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Decoding Tax Fine-Print Finance Bill, 2019
Vaish Associates Budget 2019 presentation.
India
12 Jul 2019
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Family Arrangement: Income Tax Perspective
Family Arrangement is an arrangement between members of a family descending from a common ancestor or near relation trying to sink their differences and disputes, settle and solve their conflicting claims once and for all ...
India
12 Jul 2019
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Between The Lines... June, 2017
The Delhi High Court in the matter of Sudhir Gopi v. Indira Gandhi National Open University and Ors. passed an order on May 16, 2017 deciding whether the corporate veil should be lifted ...
India
28 Jun 2017
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Delhi High Court* Holds "Income-Diversion" Principle To Be Inapplicable In Case Of Receipt Of Consideration Directly By The Shareholders Of The Transferor Entity Under Court Approved Scheme Of Arrangement
The assessee, a limited company incorporated under the provision of the Companies Act, 1956, was engaged in the business of manufacture of television sets and components...
India
25 May 2016
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India-Mauritius Tax Treaty Amended-Capital Gains Tax Exemption Withdrawn
It is the end of the road for the ‘Mauritius route' followed by foreign enterprises for making investment in shares of Indian companies.
India
19 May 2016
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Claim Omitted In Return Can Be Made Before CIT Under Section 264 Of The Income Tax Act
For the assessment year 2008-09, the assessee filed return of income declaring, inter-alia, 'short term capital gains' in respect of shares sold on recognized stock exchange which were taxable @10%.
India
5 Apr 2016
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Everything You Must Know About Indian Tax Laws
Article 265 of the Constitution of India provides that "no tax shall be levied or collected except by the authority of law".
India
14 Jan 2016
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RBI Moots Incorporation Of WOS By Foreign Banks
The Reserve Bank of India ("RBI") has recently released a discussion paper titled "Discussion Paper – Presence of Foreign Banks in India" ("Discussion Paper"), wherein RBI has proposed that the foreign banks which are desirous of having presence in India should, in certain circumstances ("WOS Category"), mandatorily incorporate wholly owned subsidiary ("WOS").
India
 
18 Feb 2011
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