|Leave encashment received||Govt Employees||Non-Govt Employees|
|during the period of service||Fully taxable||Fully taxable|
|at the time of retirement or resignation (other than on account of termination)||Fully exempt||Exemption is least of the following: 1) ₹3,00,000 (maximum limit) 2) Leave encashment amount actually received 3) 10 months’ salary (on the basis of average salary of last 10 months) 4) Cash equivalent to leaves to the credit of employee at time of retirement|
|at the time of termination of employee||Fully taxable||Fully taxable|
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As a matter of fact you can watch live market trading that helps you to connect with CMT. Join a Technical Analysis Course which works on real time markets by using tools & techniques . That’ll give you behavioural understanding of real time Share market. Understanding the money management by real time trading or investment activity. As we know CMT is an MCQ Exam & ask question on application level. Create short notes of Course Content. Get PPT based Short Notes & note interpretation of tools & Techniques on technical analysis. Short Notes help you out to quick revision at the CMT exam time. CMT Books have very complicated language & course content is not properly aligned as it takes topics from various books of different writers.
So we have to take individual topics and understand concepts in simple, Concise and Clear manner. Take content from various books or websites like Investopedia or Stock Charts on Each Topic for in-depth understanding. Apply tools & techniques with the help of Technical analysis or trading software’s. Read Books twice as MCQ can be created from a single line. while study mark important topics.