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Fundraising Stages for Startup

Finance - Every day we come across with at least one news about fundraising by startups… raising $2billion at a valuation of $18billion, fueled $8million in pre-series A funding, bridge round of $5million and so on. Emerging startup businesses have come up with a variety of innovative ideas but funding is the real challenge. Let us have an overvi...

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Received Gift? Check taxability before enjoying!

Finance - We receive gifts in cash, ornaments, land, car, gadgets, vouchers and many more on various occasions like on birthday, marriage, achievements and even sometimes out of gratitude too. Feel special and happy on its receipt, right?...

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LTCG on sale of equity shares is allowed to be set off against LTCG on sale of land

Raptakos Brett & Co. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai) - A distinction to be drawn whether the entire source of income is exempt or only a part of source is exempt. Section 10(38) excludes in expressed terms only the income arising from transfer of Long term capital asset being equity share or equity fund which is chargeable to STT and not entire source o...

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Fundraising Stages for Startup

Every day we come across with at least one news about fundraising by startups… raising $2billion at a valuation of $18billion, fueled $8million in pre-series A funding, bridge round of $5million and so on. Emerging startup businesses have come up with a variety of innovative ideas but funding is the real challenge. Let us have an overvi...

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LTCG on sale of equity shares is allowed to be set off against LTCG on sale of land

Raptakos Brett & Co. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai)

A distinction to be drawn whether the entire source of income is exempt or only a part of source is exempt. Section 10(38) excludes in expressed terms only the income arising from transfer of Long term capital asset being equity share or equity fund which is chargeable to STT and not entire source of income from capital gains arising from...

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Received Gift? Check taxability before enjoying!

We receive gifts in cash, ornaments, land, car, gadgets, vouchers and many more on various occasions like on birthday, marriage, achievements and even sometimes out of gratitude too. Feel special and happy on its receipt, right?...

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