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23 Aug 2021
  • By Authored by CA Rahul Pareva, assisted by Vrinda Sharma & Ashish Sharma
  • Category Goods and Service Tax
  • Views 968
GSTR-9 is an annual return to be filed by registered taxpayers having turnover more than Rs. 2 Crores in previous financial year. It contains details like outward supplies, tax liability and input tax credit availed, refund claimed and tax paid during the financial year. The due date is 31st December of the year following the particular financial year


20 Aug 2021
  • By Authored by CA Manish Gupta & assisted by CS Richa Gulati
  • Category Company and LLP Compliances
  • Views 499
All the above amendments and new provisions have been made to promote entrepreneurship and ease the way of doing business in the form of a corporate business entity. This way, both the government and the entrepreneurs can satisfy and fulfil their interests without any loss or hardship to the other
12 Aug 2021
  • By Authored by CA Rahul Pareva, assisted by Vrinda Sharma and Ashish Sharma.
  • Category Goods and Service Tax
  • Views 22836
These days, many taxpayers are getting GST return discrepancy notices in the form of GST ASMT-10. It has been four years now since GST came into force. The department is now scrutinizing GST returns filed during the last four years, due to which the taxpayers are receiving more ASMT-10 notices. Through this article, we seek to summarize all the relevant provisions and facts about GST ASMT-10.
07 Aug 2021
  • By CA Manish Gupta
  • Category Income Tax
  • Views 505
As the tax filing season for Assessment Year 2021-22 begins, many crypto investors may be concerned about the tax implications of their earnings from cryptocurrency trading and investments in the previous financial year. Although income tax department has not yet clarified the tax implications on the gains earned from the crypto transactions, it is not advisable to avoid paying income tax on such gains.
In the absence of any clarification regarding the taxability of gains arising from transactions in cryptocurrencies, the taxability of such transactions would have to be determined based on the interpretation of the Income Tax law.
02 Aug 2021
  • By CS Richa Gulati
  • Category Company and LLP Compliances
  • Views 669
Directors are the eyes and brain of a company. To carry out all the necessary functions and do all the effective decision making, a person is required and expected to possess expertise in the field to which the company belongs. But apart from this, many requirements are needed to be complied with according to the laws prevailing in our country.

This article covers an overview of almost all the provisions, compliances and regulations that a company or a director must comply with and follow while dealing in matters related to a directorship in a company with a number of landmark judgements for more understanding.


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