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The importance of video in today’s world is no secret. According to research from HubSpot, 88 percent of marketers state that video generates a positive return on investment for their brand — a huge increase from the 33 percent who felt this way in 2015.

Online viewing trends are a big part of this shift in marketers’ attitudes. A report from MediaPost estimates that the average internet user will watch 100 minutes of online video per day by 2021, resulting in growing online video that offset a decline in TV .

All of this sounds great if you have a big film budget or a full-service marketing agency on your side. But what if you don’t have these resources? The good news is that even on a bootstrapped budget, your startup can produce

The government had imposed a nationwide in March due to the pandemic outbreak across India. As a result of this that began in March, days before the close of the financial year, several taxpayers had been denied the opportunity to make saving investment for financial year 2019-20 (FY20). The government had hence extended the due date up to June 30, 2020, and has recently given a further extension until July 31, 2020 for making saving investments pertaining to FY20. This move has given taxpayers more time to invest and save

Taking the above example into consideration, it is entirely up to the taxpayer to decide which financial year he wants to claim the deduction for investments made in the months of April to July 2020. However, another point to consider is that the government has introduced a new tax regime in Budget 2020,

on Thursday revised India’s forecast for the current financial year to (-) 6.4 per cent as economic activity continues to be under restriction due to the on account of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The rating agency, in May, had projected a decline in of 1.5-1.6 per cent in FY21.

It said given that the nation is into a for July too with several restrictions on resumption of services in particular as well as movement of people, the cutoff date for normalcy will spread into the latter part of the third quarter and more likely to the fourth quarter.

“Under these assumptions our forecast for is now (-) 6.4 per cent for FY21 with GVA (de)growth estimated to be around (-) 6.1 per cent, said in a report.

The stock will be replaced by HDFC Life Insurance Company with effect from July 31. It will be replaced by SBI Cards in the Nifty 100 and Nifty 500 indices

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First Published: Thu, July 02 2020. 20:28 IST

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Do you want to grow your business and reach more audiences that convert into leads? Then a tactic that can help expand your business is paid media, a method of using promoted (paid for) content such as social media posts, video ads, pop-ups, etc. to reach target audiences. Essentially, paid media is content that businesses pay for to reach more people. 

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All mutual fund purchases will attract from Wednesday but experts believe it will have “little to no impact” on retail as charges are too low.

The of 0.005 per cent will be applicable on all purchase transactions including systematic investment plans (SIPs), lumpsums, dividends reinvested and switch-ins.

Apart from purchase transactions, transfer of units from one demat to another demat account including market or off-market transfers will attract of 0.015 per cent.

However, no such duty is applicable on redemption or sale of units.

Amit Jain, co-founder and CEO at Ashika Wealth Advisors said levy of stamp duty will hardly impact mutual fund as it is too low to have any significance.

“It will have little to no impact on retail It does not really impact