A Start Up in common parlance means a project undertaken by entrepreneur seeking to develop a scalable business model. The Government of India in order to streamline and promote all such brain child ideas launched an initiative called Start Up India on 16th January 2016. It intended to build a strong network nurturing all the innovative ideas leading to massive wealth and employment creation. A Start Up can also be a newly established business but some of the parameters …
Cryptocurrency is one of the most highlighted ingenuity of the decade. Various countries deal with cryptocurrencies differently, e.g. in the USA, Bitcoin is treated as an asset. At the same time, Singapore recognizes Bitcoin as a valid currency, and Japan treats it as a commodity.
Cryptocurrency can be referred as a currency stored in coded files i.e, digital money. Cryptocurrency uses something called cryptography to secure its transactions. Cryptography, to put it in simple words is a method of converting comprehensible …
It is a widely held view that every crisis also presents an opportunity. Given the prevalence of inequality in Indian economy, the implementation of a fiscal stimulus across sectors will not only lift the economy out of the woods, but also address some of the existing distortions in income and wealth distribution.
The United Nations, in its mid-year update of the World Economic Situation and Prospects (WESP) which was first released in January 2021, projected that the Indian economy would …
The Finance Act, 2019 introduced a new section, Section 194N which brings the concept of TDS on cash withdrawal. In order to strengthen the Digital Economy and to curb on physical cash movement, the Government of India took the initiative to tax the person(s) who withdraw heavy cash from the bank account and below is the brief about deduction of TDS on cash withdrawal.
Who is liable to deduct TDS
- Banks and banking institution
- Co-operative societies engaged in the business
India’s e-commerce sector stands 9th in global cross border growth. While China takes the first position, Japan follows India at the tenth place after India as per the global rankings for the growth in e-commerce sector.
India known for its rich diversity and culture, is more of a combination of various splendid cultures that make India one of a kind. The cultural diversity makes India unique, beautiful and ethnically diverse nations in the world.
India is the second largest country in …
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has issued the Company (Accounts) Amendment Rules, 2021, Companies (Audit and Auditors) Amendment Rules, 2021 and made amendments to Schedule III under the Companies Act, 2013 (“the Act”). These amendments require significant additional disclosures in the statutory financial statements of companies, enhance reporting responsibilities of the auditors and require companies to use and maintain accounting software with audit trail functionality.
Companies (Accounts) Second Amendment Rules, 2021
Rule 3 – Manner of books of account …
How to file Income Tax return when window to file the tax return is closed by Income Tax portal.
How to file Income Tax return when window to file tax return is closed
31st March, 2021 has gone and the assessee who have failed to file their respective ITR for AY 2020-21 tend to lose their claim of income tax refund what they are eligible for. Section 139 of Income Tax Act allow the assessee to file its ITR …
Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS) is a measure to facilitate Resident Individuals (including minors) to remit funds outside India up to USD 250,000 or its equivalent in any freely convertible foreign currency per financial year (April-March) for any permissible capital or current account transaction or a combination of both.
The scheme was introduced by Reserve Bank of India vide A.P. (Dir Series) circular no 64 dated 4th February, 2004 with the remittance limit of USD 25,000 and was subsequently amended …
1. What are the types of Companies that can be registered in India?
–One Person Company (OPC)
-Private Limited Company
-Subsidiary of a Foreign Company
-Public Limited Company
-Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
-Non-Profit Organizations (Sec. 8 Companies)
2. Can a Foreign National incorporate a Company in India?
A Foreign National can incorporate a company in India provided there must be another person who stays in India for a total period of not less than 182 days during …
India has asked non-resident citizens stranded in the country due to Covid-19 travel restrictions to submit relevant information if they faced double taxation.
India’s Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) said it received various requests for “relaxation in determination of residential status for year April 2020 to March 2021” from NRIs or non-resident indians, who had to prolong their stay due to the movement restrictions.
In a notice on late Wednesday, the CBDT said that NRIs who faced double taxation, …