"20 April 2019" Archive

No 5-day a week in commercial banks: RBI clarifies

Press Release: 2018-2019/2488 (20/04/2019)

Currently, branches of commercial banks observe holiday only on second and fourth Saturday of a month apart from Sunday. It has been reported in certain sections of media that commercial banks would have a 5-day week on RBI instructions. This information is not factually correct. RBI has not issued any such directions. Relevant RBI Press ...

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Guidelines for Registration of Factory/Establishment under ESI Act 1948

The ESI Act, 1948 is applicable to all factories and notified establishments in an implemented area employing 10 or more employees employed for wages. a) For Factory:‑ The threshold for coverage of “factory”, as per section 2(12) of the ESIC Act is 10 which are located in implemented areas. At present the Act is extended [&h...

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Extend Due Date to file Form INC 22A ACTIVE & Introduce one Multi-Purpose Form: KSCAA

Representation On Extension Of Due Date For Filing ROC Form INC22A Active And Unification Of Forms To Report All Transactions Relating MSME, Loan, ACTIVE, Beneficial Ownership Under One Multi-Purpose Form...

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Last Date!!!…Approaching Soon!!!…INC-22A

Ministry has also beautifully taken the steps in the way of KYC of registered address of the Companies in the form of filing of an e-form 22A or ACTIVE (Active Company Tagging Identities and Verification). Only handful days left for filing of an e-form INC-22A i.e., it should be filed on or before 25.04.2019 without any fees. ...

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How to get Clients for Accounting Business

Friends if you have Completed your professional degree and want to start practice. The next question that comes is How to Find new clients? Here are some methods that are available to professionals to market & advertise themself are: Networking Attending the social meetings, making friends and exchanging business cards. These social c...

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An overview of home loans for first-time home buyers

Purchasing a house is a quintessential dream of every Indian millennial. However, considering the stock market is volatile, buying a home is not that easy. This has increased the demand for home loans. If you are a first-time home buyer, you should be aware of the know-how and functioning of housing loans in the current […]...

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Download GSTR 2A Reconciliation Utility

This excel utility helps you reconcile GSTR 2A with tally in minutes. Download the utility from the link given below: Download GSTR 2A Reconciliation Utility For detailed instruction to use the utility watch the video given in link below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCZXILE3xlc...

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Schedule 2 Depreciation calculator as per Companies Act, 2013

Problem of calculating depreciation year on year is over now. This attached excel wherein user needs to enter only below basic details of assets, Name of Assets Assets Category Cost of assets Residual Value Date of Put in Place Date of Retirement Original useful Life of assets Rest all Excel takes care. You can play with […]...

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RBI’s circular directing bank to take recourse to IBC is ultra vires to section 35AA

Dharani Sugars And Chemicals Ltd. Vs Union of India & Ors. (Supreme Court of India)

Hon'ble Supreme Court held that RBI Circular directing bank to take recourse to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC)  is ultra vires to Section 35AA of the Banking Regulation Act....

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Section 143A is effective prospectively & s. 148 is effective retrospectively to pending cases

M/s. Ginni Garments and anr. Vs M/s Sethi Garments (Punjab & Haryana High Court)

If the provisions are substantive in nature then the same cannot be applied Retrospectively to the pending cases. However, if the provisions are procedural in nature then the same has to be applied to all the cases, including the one pending before the Court....

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