Income tax department surveys Zaveri Bazaar bullion traders
Zaveri Bazaar is a hub for wholesale and retail gold and jewellery trade.
How is the residential status of an individual determined for income tax
The income tax laws classify the residential status of an individual...
Will meet tax targets: Ajay Bhushan Pandey, Revenue secretary
Revenue secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey strongly refuted criticism that the goods...
Opposition to data localisation may come down after international tax law: Official
The officer further clarified that even then, the law would allow the govt in the meanwhile to strike bilateral data treaties with other countries wherein companies from the partner countries could even store the critical data overseas.
Cos tailoring land deals, machine transfers to claim lower tax rate
After the tax cut by Finance Minister, many cos are trying to find a way around the rules to reap some benefit of the same. Deals are being tailored and tax experts are being consulted to find a way to register their deals as that of a new company.
ELSS funds to create education corpus for children
Indiabulls Housing Finance files criminal complaint for spreading wrong information about firm
Indiabulls has filed a criminal complaint to the Cyber Police. According to the company, some persons are spreading "false, malicious messages" about the company through various social media platforms such as tweets and are doing "wrongful loss".
Will my mutual fund portfolio help me to build a corpus of Rs 1 crore?
Tax unions riled by Modi government's switch to faceless assessment, letter reveals
The tax unions' letter said the transfer of officers to fill newly created posts at regional e-assessment centers was heaping extra work on colleagues left behind.
Year of Next of Kin: Army plans 'ultimate run'; works on resolving their pending issues
Declaring this year as 'Year of Next of Kin' Indian Army plans to organise various events and initiatives to address their concerns. A run is being organised as part of this theme in which around 7,500 people are planned to participate.
Corn eases for 2nd day; US harvest behind market expectations
Soybeans added 0.1 per cent to $9.34-3/4 a bushel and wheat lost 0.1 per cent at $5.06-1/2 a bushel.
Reform package being considered for sectoral relief: Secy
After the price war shrunk the industry into three non-state players from eight, with two going out of business, the DoT is considering a reform package to the telecom sector to help its revival, which may include longer spectrum payment periods.
A third of large firms won't switch to new tax regime: Crisil survey
Firms moving to this regime may see close to 700 bps of tax savings. The govt last month cut corporate tax rate to 25% in a bid to push investment, at a time when the existing capacity across industries is heavily underutilised.
Govt will look at data analytics to plug revenue leakages: Ajay Bhushan, Revenue Secretary
The Government has hit back at critics of the Good and Service Tax. Revenue Secretary Ajay Bhushan Pandey while admitting to need for improv...
How to do $5 trillion by 2024: Cut personal taxes, reform labour laws, sell assets
Modi could follow the model he himself pioneered in the Special Economic Zones in Gujarat back in 2004.
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