CA Institute’s oversight on auditors of listed entities, large unlisted companies ends
Boards 2019: Over 7.5 lakh students to take Jharkhand board exams from Feb 20
The examinations to be held in more 1137 centres. JAC launches helpline numbers to help students to deal with exam or subject related issues
How to register for GST
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CA protest ends, ICAI forms committee for exam rules
The ICAI told media that it has “decided to constitute a high-level independent committee to look into the examination processes/regulations governing CA examinations including Regulation 39(4) of the Chartered Accountants Regulations, 1988 and suggest changes wherever required in the ICAI Examination System.”
What’s the real GST?
What’s in GST for car buyers?
Buyers of passenger vehicles in the premium segment will be key beneficiaries of goods and services tax rates, which will reduce the effective duty on such models
GST Bills passed, what next?
Four Bills were returned by the Rajya Sabha after negation of a host of amendments moved by the opposition parties.
Why consumers should welcome GST
GST simplifies life for consumers by making taxes more transparent and eliminating double taxation
How to realise GST’s full potential
Businesses must have a clear grasp of the issues emanating from the latest tax reform in order to benefit from it
SEBI or CAG should appoint statutory auditors in listed companies, says former ICAI President
Market regulator SEBI or Comptroller & Auditor General of India should appoint statutory auditors in listed companies to promote and ensure independence of auditors, suggested Amarjit Chopra,
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GST impact: top 10 stocks that stand to gain
The GST will replace at least 17 state and federal levies, making the movement of goods faster and cheaper for 1.3 billion consumers
GST: What could get cheaper and costlier
Rajya Sabha is likely to clear Goods and Services Tax (GST) bill today. Dubbed as the biggest tax reform after independence, GST will remove several tax barriers for transfer of goods and services between states.
Why the realty sector feels taxed, post-GST
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) has hurt the real estate sector as buyers are postponing purchases of under-construction houses, leading to liquidity crunch for developers. Developers are forced to
The Modi Masterstroke: How GST unified India
The Congress sat on the GST for years and did nothing. In contrast, the Modi govt both implemented this path-breaking reform and kept improving it, to benefit the common citizen in multiple ways.
‘Centre should address States’ concern on GST transfers’
Reddy stresses on the need for a federal body to ensure there is a stable formula for transfers to States
GST on real estate: What it means for the homebuyer
In case you see a change in real estate pricing, it is largely due to the GST reduction that happened in February this year and also depends on the market environment.
Govt unveils tough rules to prevent GST evasion
First GST Council meet under new govt focuses on checking profiteering.Experts said the imposition of a higher penalty for GST profiteering was a tough measure
What government is doing to improve GST compliance
With India set to complete two years of the roll-out of the GST, its biggest tax reform since independence, authorities are now looking for ways to improve compliance and shore up tax receipts.GST Council, the federal indirect tax body, will discuss some of these proposals at its meeting on Friday
How the GST rate reduction will impact property prices
Since developers will not be able to claim input tax credit, will cost of property come down?.The cost of buying a house will come down, but not to the same extent by which GST rates have been cut