14 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Black money holders who have disclosed their ill-gotten assets during July under the ongoing compliance window will receive acknowledgement from the tax department by August 30.
02 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has warned those with black money to declare it before the given deadline of September 30, adding that stern action might be taken after that.
06 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Hitting back at Congress over its digs at the government over black money and Panama Papers leak issues, the BJP said it should ask its chief Sonia Gandhi about illicit money as she find "all the money inside" the almirah when she "opens" it.
30 May 2016
Tokyo: Warning black money holders of "serious trouble" if they fail to come clean, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said people with undisclosed assets should use the limited period income declaration window, beginning Wednesday, if they want to "sleep well".
24 Jul 2016
New Delhi: Warning black money holders of stringent action including imprisonment after September 30, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said those with undisclosed wealth, most of which is parked in jewellery and real estate, should come clean to sleep peacefully.
07 Jul 2016
New Delhi: The government may extend the deadline for payment of tax on black money disclosed during the one-time compliance window and has accepted the industry request for tax being paid in instalments.
07 Jun 2016
Geneva: Switzerland assured India of stepped up cooperation in its hunt for unearthing black money stashed by Indians in Swiss banks as it agreed to send a top official to New Delhi to extensively deliberate on the issue.
08 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Government is taking specific steps to deal with the problem of black money stashed abroad on the basis of information provided by whistleblowers, Rajya Sabha was informed today.
09 Nov 2016
New Delhi: PM Modi's announcement about demonetising Rs 1000 and Rs 500 currency notes has been hailed as a 'bold step'. But it has also created a wave of confusion among people.
22 Mar 2015
New Delhi: Indians having undisclosed property abroad will have to pay tax and penalty on the basis of the current market value of the asset, and not at the purchase price, as per the new black money bill.