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Originating Businesses

Investment required to start a business

“The Entrepreneur always searches for change, responds to it and exploits it as an opportunity!”

Quoted above is not only a saying but a true exhibit of how a man aspiring to establish his own business should retaliate to the dynamic environment we live in. As risk and reward go hand-in-hand, it is crucial for an entrepreneur to estimate the cost involved and income generated for any new business, whether you’re a fast moving start up or still weighing the pros and cons of whether or not to set up a new venture.

Though, … Read more

Goods and Service Tax

Records you should Maintain under GST

GST Laws in India mandate that all registered persons under GST maintain records and accounts in a specified manner. Every law of Direct and Indirect Tax in our country also mandates that information in a prescribed manner has to be captured and preserved for a certain period of time.  In this article, we look at the list of records to be maintained under GST in detail.

Present Tax System:

  1.  Excise Duty : Under Excise, the general records to be maintained are the RG-1 register (Daily stock account of excisable goods), Form IV register (Register of receipt or issue of raw
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Basics That Everyone Should Know About GST

With the passage of the GST bill in both the houses of Parliament, its implementation from 1 July 2017 is nearly certain.

India currently has a dual system of taxation of goods and services, which is quite different from dual GST. Taxes on goods are described as “VAT” at both Central and State level. It has adopted value added tax principle with input tax credit mechanism for taxation of goods and services, respectively, with limited cross-levy set-off.

GST (Goods and Service Tax)

GST means Goods and Service Tax. It is an indirect tax levied on sale of goods … Read more

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What is Subsidiary Company in India

Subsidiary company is any company whose interests are held and controlled or held by another company. Paid up equity share capital and preference share capital of the subsidiary company can be used to determine the holding company, subsidiary company relationship between two companies.

What is a Subsidiary Company?

There’s often a lot of confusion regarding the position of the subsidiary company and what it does. A subsidiary company is a company that is either owned or owned in part by another company. The company that owns the subsidiary is known as a parent company or a holding company. It should … Read more

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How GST Works in India

GST is a type of value added tax and a proposed comprehensive indirect tax levy on manufacture, sale and consumption of goods as well as services at the national level. It will replace all indirect taxes levied on goods and services by the Indian central and state governments. Further, the Goods and Service Tax (GST) is considered to be one of the biggest reforms in India’s indirect tax structure.

THE NEED FOR GST

Suppose Mr. A sells goods to Mr. B and charges sales tax; then Mr. B re-sells those goods to Mr. C after charging sales tax. While Mr. … Read more

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Union Budget 2017 highlights

Finance minister Arun Jaitley presented the Union Budget 2017 in Parliament on Wednesday. The biggest highlight in the 2017 budget was the slashing of income tax by half for individual tax payers, ban on cash transactions over Rs. 3 lakhs and reduction in holding period to 2 years for capital gains. In this article, we look at the highlights of the 2017 Budget with respect to an Entrepreneur or Business Owner in India.

Income Tax
Income tax rate has been slashed from 10% to 5% for individuals who earn between Rs.2.5 lakhs to Rs.5 lakhs. Now after rebates, even a … Read more

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Role of the registrar of companies

In India, registering a company is not as easy as it may seem to be. The registrar of companies (ROC) plays a pivotal role in facilitating and promoting a business. It is impossible for a company to conduct business if it has not been issued a certificate from the registrar of companies. No company, under the companies act, 1956, can come into existence without the approval of the ROC. The registrar provides a certificate which acts as a lifelong proof of existence of the company. The ROC office contains data on more than 6 lakh companies that operate in … Read more