Citizens in Maharashtra can pay both the stamp duty and registration fee at the same time through eSBTR, for the first time in India.  

eSBTR is one of the various types of stamp duty payments paid at the designated bank. It is an alternative to eStamping, available only in Maharashtra. But should you obtain eSBTR or eChallan at the time of stamp duty payment? 

eSBTR and eChallan differ on the basis of mode of payment. Knowing the difference between the two can give you clarity and help you make the right decision when you’re paying stamp duty. 

Before jumping to the difference between eSBTR and eChallan, let us understand what stamp duty is and why it is charged.

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It is the risk-appetite of the investor that would decide which investment tool is better not the return in long term as both have the capacity to beat the average rate of inflation.

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The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is a mandatory saving and retirement scheme designed for salaried employees.

The present rules specify that an employee contributes 12% of his basic salary per month to this fund and the employer is obligated to contribute the same amount every month.

The funds in the Provident Fund (PF) account gains interest on an annual basis as per the rate of interest decided and declared by the Government. 

Let us now understand how you can utilise the funds lying in your PF account to fund any eventualities in your life.

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