"24 November 2017" Archive

EPF: Process flow for Online Request for Correction in Name, Date of Birth and Gender

It has been seen that many EPF members are facing problem in seeding Aadhaar with their UAN as there is mismatch in Name, DOB or Gender between Aadhaar data and UAN data. Presently member and employer are required to give joint request to concerned EPFO field office for correction in basic details. ...

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Financial Terms Book- Help you to understand

This book help you to understand Financial Terms in simple way. Hand Book for Financial Terms Aa Accidental damage Damage to a person’s possessions by accident, such as spilling paint on a carpet, that is covered by some home insurance policies Account A record of spending and income, provided by a bank, post office or...

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5 W’s related to Composition scheme under GST

There are popular 5 Ws (What, who, when, why, where) which can generally  answer all type of questions in respect of any topic. Composition scheme is yet not clear to more of the persons. It seems to be very attractive when things are not crystal clear. But right decision can only be taken after considering all the aspects....

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All you wanted to know about Guidelines for Purchase and sale of property by NRIs and repatriation of sale proceeds

It is not that complicated for Non-Resident Indians (NRI) to buy or sell immovable property in India and remittance of sale proceeds, but there are certain rules and regulations to be followed during such transactions. ...

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Auditor Resignation/Appointment, Intimation and Related Formalities in Companies Act 2013

The Companies Act 2013 prescribes a specific procedure for auditor resignation. The Auditor is appointed in the companies under section 139 of the Companies Act, 2013....

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Drag Along And Tag Along Rights Under Shareholders Agreement

As we know in private limited and closely held public limited companies, there are restrictions on transfer of shares. When an entrepreneur starts a venture or business with new ideas or new invention, he needs finance....

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Anti-Profiteering Law in GST and establishment of National Anti-profiteering Authority (NAA)

After introduction and implementation of GST in India, the Government’s aim is to ensure that GST should not lead to general inflation and for this, it becomes necessary to ensure that benefits arising out of GST implementation be transferred to customers/consumers....

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RoSL on Export of Garments and Made UPS-Post GST Rates Notified

Notification No. 14/26/2016-IT (24/11/2017)

Ministry of Textiles has notified the schemes for Remission of State Levies on export of garments and made ups through the mechanism of rebate. The two schemes have been merged under the Scheme for Rebate of State Levies on Export of Garments and Made-ups (hereinafter referred to as the RoSL Scheme)....

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Violation of SEBI regulations by broker would not make assessee’s share transactions bogus

ITO Vs. M/s Arvind Kumar Jain HUF (ITAT Mumbai)

It was held that where DMAT account and contract note showed details of share transaction, and Assessing Officer had not proved said transaction as bogus, capital gain earned on said transaction could not be treated as unaccounted income u/s 68....

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No Proposal Under Consideration to Withdraw Bank Chequebook Facility

In a section of the media, it has appeared that there is a possibility that the Central Government may withdraw bank cheque book facility in the near future, with an intent to encourage digital transactions. It is denied that there is any proposal under consideration of the Government to withdraw bank cheque book facility. In […]...

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