Filing Income Tax? See Mr. Suraj Nangia live on Facebook on Mint

Filing Income Tax? Join us LIVE as we discuss ‘Who needs to file income tax return, how to file it and common mistakes to avoid. Mr. Suraj Nangia, Partner, Nangia and Co. LLP is live on Facebook on Mint Filing Income Tax? Join us LIVE as we discuss 'Who needs to file income tax return, how to file it and common mistakes to avoid', with Suraj Nangia, Partner, Nangia and Co….

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GST impact on employees: How employer, staff relationship has got complicated – Suraj Nangia

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) laws have tried to address several ambiguities that prevailed under earlier tax laws leading to unnecessary litigation. One such provision which has been penned down differently in GST is services flowing from employer to the employee. Overall, GST is being seen as a very positive move by the government. However, at the same time, the new GST rules may prove to be a dampener…

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GST impact on online shopping, tax – Suraj Nangia

On July 1, India moved on to a new era of taxation with the rollout of Goods and Services Tax (GST). It has now subsumed 17 central and state indirect taxes and 23 cesses into a single tax regime. Such a big transition is bound to change the lives of many individuals and businesses. Suraj Nangia, Partner  contributed an article on GST impact on online shopping, tax breaks for Financial Express. Reference Link http://www.financialexpress.com/money/gst-impact-on-online-shopping-tax-breaks-all-you-to-know-about-the-changed-rules-in-7-brief-points/749411/

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5 things to remember while filing income tax returns- Suraj Nangia

It’s that time of the year again when you have to go through the annual ritual of filing income tax returns (ITRs). You can file your ITR for the financial year (FY) 2016-17 by 31 July 2017, else it will be considered a belated return. Irrespective of whether your income is in the taxable slabs or not, ideally you should file the return. Here are five things to know when…

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Government penalizing cash receivers – who shall fall in the taxman's net

Closing its grip on black money, we saw a battery of steps taken by government hitting the hoarders from all the directions. Starting by passing the Black Money Act, then offering income declaration schemes, followed by the recent surprise attack of demonetisation, each move of the government is aimed at tightening its hold on the tax evaders and cleaning Indian economy of this menace. In order to address the root cause…

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