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Non-residents get relief from requirement of furnishing permanent account number- Rules under section 206AA notified
The Central Government had constituted a 10 member committee (ie income-tax simplification committee) under the chairmanship of Justice R.V. Easwar (Retd.), with the objective, inter-alia, to study and identify the provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (‘the Act’), which impact the ease of doing business. Know more
Further Liberlisation in FDI Regime – Most Sectors Now Under Automatic Route
Continuing its agenda towards "Make in India" and moving its reform agenda forward, the Government has further liberalized its Foreign Direct Investment ('FDI') policy, with the objective of providing major impetus to employment and job creation in India. Know more
Sectorial analysis of the Model GST Law
The much awaited GST regime in India has finally attained a certain degree of tangibility with the release of the Model GST Law, even though the GST Constitution Amendment Bill (the ‘GST Bill’) awaits approval from Upper House of the Parliament. The Model GST Law, as expected, envisages a dual GST structure with levy of both State GST and Central GST imposed by the State and Centre respectively. Know more
Indirect Tax – May 2016
The taxpayer entered into an arrangement with a Society, for setting up of an educational institution. As per the arrangement the infrastructure for education institution was to be provided by the taxpayer while the academic services were to be provided by the partnering entity and total revenue received in form of fee from students shall be shared between the taxpayer and the Society for a period of thirty years. Know more