The first part of this journal contains the main issue of the fortnight. The second part gives the legal update and covers subject like Direct Taxation, Indirect Taxation (including Service Tax, Central Excise and Customs, Sales Tax and Vat), Corporate and Securities laws, Insurance laws, Bank and NDFCs, Foreign Trade and Exchange laws, Consumer and Competition Laws and Labour and Industrial laws. This section is followed by latest notifications, circulars, trade notices and press releases on the aforementioned subjects in great detail along with the summary of relevant cases decided by the Supreme Court, various High Courts and Tribunals, along with appropriate subject heading and ratio of the case. The third part of the journal contains updates relating to Practice Support (which includes Statute Analysis, Checklists, Guidance, FAQs, Procedures with explanations and directories for certified filing centers), Knowledge Resource (which includes Information on any aspect of latest development.) and articles & opinions by luminaries. The fourth Part of the journal gives general updates for capital market.
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  • Publisher: Manupatra Publishing Pvt. Ltd
  • Language: English
  • Chapter 1

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    Input Tax Credit in GST Law – A study

    As we all know the basic quality of VAT law is that tax is payable only on value addition and cascading effect of taxes is removed with availability of Cenvat credit/input credit of the duties or taxes paid. In our country it started with modvat then came CENVAT and then VAT and now we all are interested in bringing at the earliest is the GST (Goods & Service Tax) a combination of many Indirect taxes, providing ITC (Input Tax Credit), even for the cases like inter-state transactions etc.

  • Chapter 2

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    A1. Notification – Central Government hereby notifies for the purposes of clause (46) of Section 10 of the Income-Tax Act, 1961 Bureau of Indian Standards in respect of the specified income arising to that Commission – Notification No. 111/2016, dated 01.12.2016

  • Chapter 3

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    FAQS

    1. Why is this scheme introduced?
    The incidence of fake Indian currency notes in higher denomination has increased. For ordinary persons, the fake notes look similar to genuine notes, even though no security feature has been copied. The fake notes are used for antinational and illegal activities.

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