What is TDS? TDS is a form of advance tax, TDS stands for tax deducted at source. According to the Income Tax Act, 1961, if the payment exceeds some Monterey threshold levels, every company or a person making a payment will deduct tax at source. The tax department must deduct TDS at the rates specified. What is section 194J? Section 194J is one of the most important sections under TDS(Tax… Read More »Section 194J under TDS of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
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A startup is a newly business setup that is small in nature and initiated by single or a group of individuals. Startup presents a new product or service that is not in present at some other place in the same manner- this is the factor which makes the startup different from other businesses According to income tax rules, a startup can be a company or LLP engaged in a business… Read More »All Benefits to Start-ups Under Income Tax Act.
When a non-resident sportsman comes to India for participating in any game or sport then a question arises which country has right to charge tax on such income earned by sportsmen by participating in game or sport and what are the tax implications on such income earned. What is Section 115BBA? This section provides a special tax rate at the rate of 20% (plus EC and SHEC), Plus Surcharge as… Read More »GST and Income Tax Implication on Non-Resident Sportsmen Coming to India
If you are starting a company establishment in India. For companies that are looking to establish a business presence in India, without incorporating a subsidiary, there are three ways to do it: Liaison Office or Representative Office Branch Office Project Office Liaison Office Companies who are incorporated outside India can open Liaison Office- also known as representative office in India. It is a place of business to act as a… Read More »Comparison between Liaison Office, Branch Office & Project Office
Over the last decade, Information Technology (IT) has gone through an exponential expansion phase in India and globally. This has led to an increase in the supply and procurement of digital services. The Finance Act 2020 has now been amended to impose an Equalisation Levy of 2% on consideration received by ‘e-commerce operator’ for e-commerce supply of goods or service. While the levy was initially imposed on B2B transactions, the… Read More »Equalisation Levy on E-Commerce and Specified Services
MCA vide notification dated 22nd Jan 2019 came with two additional reporting where it wants to know the information about outstanding receipt of money or loan by a company. DPT 3 is a return of deposits that companies need to file to enounce the information about deposits and/or outstanding receipt of loan or money other than deposits. One-time Reporting – Every Company is needed to submit a onetime return for… Read More »Mandatory Reporting of Loan by all Companies
Conversion of loan into equity share capital is most credible method to raise capital without immediate investments. To carry out effortless and smooth business, at times, loan is converted into share capital. The new provisions of Companies Act, 2013 says that the conversion of loan into equity shares and the same are contained in section 62(3) of the said Act. The new provisions are effective from 1st April 2014. Current… Read More »Conversion of Loan into Equity Share Capital of the Company