CA Kamal Garg

Practice Pointer Queries and Solutions on GST

Goods and Services Tax - What will be the GST implication if a manufacturer were to deliver goods by road to the customers using his own vehicle and charges freight in his bill that freight will be part of value of goods and GST payable on total value at same rate as of goods ...

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Guide to Compounding of certain offences under Companies Act, 2013

Goods and Services Tax - NCLT/Regional Director can compound offences which are punishable with fine only. Offence can be compounded by Regional Director or person authorised by Central Government if maximum amount of fine that can be imposed does not exceed Rs. 5,00,000/=....

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Can NCLT review or recall its Order

Goods and Services Tax - NCLT, while exercising the power of rectification under section 254(2), can recall its order in its entirety if it is satisfied that prejudice has resulted to the party which is attributable to the Tribunal’s mistake, error or omission...

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Why to approach NCLT – CA, CS, CMA perspective

Goods and Services Tax - Applicant can appear before the Tribunal or the Appellate Tribunal in person or can authorise a chartered accountant, company secretary, cost and works accountant or a lawyer to appear before NCLT, NCLAT....

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All about Filing of caveat before NCLT

Goods and Services Tax - Caveat petition is a precautionary measure which is undertaken by people usually when they are having very strong apprehension that some case is going to be filed in the court regarding their interest in any manner. ...

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Practice Pointer Queries and Solutions on GST

What will be the GST implication if a manufacturer were to deliver goods by road to the customers using his own vehicle and charges freight in his bill that freight will be part of value of goods and GST payable on total value at same rate as of goods ...

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Guide to Compounding of certain offences under Companies Act, 2013

NCLT/Regional Director can compound offences which are punishable with fine only. Offence can be compounded by Regional Director or person authorised by Central Government if maximum amount of fine that can be imposed does not exceed Rs. 5,00,000/=....

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Can NCLT review or recall its Order

NCLT, while exercising the power of rectification under section 254(2), can recall its order in its entirety if it is satisfied that prejudice has resulted to the party which is attributable to the Tribunal’s mistake, error or omission...

Read More

Why to approach NCLT – CA, CS, CMA perspective

Applicant can appear before the Tribunal or the Appellate Tribunal in person or can authorise a chartered accountant, company secretary, cost and works accountant or a lawyer to appear before NCLT, NCLAT....

Read More

All about Filing of caveat before NCLT

Caveat petition is a precautionary measure which is undertaken by people usually when they are having very strong apprehension that some case is going to be filed in the court regarding their interest in any manner. ...

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Common Mistakes by CA Final Students in Audit & Law Papers

CA Kamal Garg Common Mistakes Committed by the CA Final Students in Audit and Law Papers Q. No.: Questions asked on FB Page[1] Wrong Answer(s) given by Students Correct Answer given by the Students Remarks 1. Mr. X, a person resident in India, was found to have holding unaccounted assets in Panama. Advise about the […]...

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Guide to Excise Duty Levy on Jewellery under Budget 2016

In Budget 2016, a nominal excise duty of 1% [without input tax credit] and 12.5% [with input tax credit] has been imposed on articles of jewellery. Even for this nominal 1% excise duty, manufacturers are allowed to take credit of input services, which can be utilised for payment of duty on jewellery. The salient features of this levy are ...

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KGMA’s Guide to Significant Direct Tax Proposals of Budget 2016

Google Tax: India has taken the first step to tax the digital economy. An equalisation levy--a deduction of 6% to be made by an Indian payer on payments to a nonresident entity for specified B2B services such as advertising—has been introduced in the Budget. The levy will impact the bottom lines of giants such as Google, Yahoo and other...

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Directors’ responsibility for “All” applicable laws to Company

The word all used in Section 134(5) supra has left the directors of the companies with a question as to whether their responsibility is made open ended under the Companies Act, 2013, since prima facie the word all seems to provide an inclusive sense rather than an exhaustive sense. In the present article, an attempt has been made to under...

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Non-Bailable Offences Under Companies Act, 2013

The Companies Act, 2013 has categorized certain offences at par with criminal offences under the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1972 (Cr. PC) thereby has identified the same as cognizable and non-bailable. Thus, it is quintessential for the Promoters, Directors, Manager, Officers and other key managerial personnel to understand various defin...

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