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Accounting Standard and the goals of 2002 Convergence

An accounting standard can be defined as a guideline for financial accounting. It covers topics such as how a firm prepares and presents their business income, expenses, assets and liabilities are set in accordance with the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB). 286 more words

Companies Act 1956

Legal disruption in a blockchain-enabled world

While the internet is a world-changing medium for information exchange, blockchain is the first native digital medium for peer-to-peer value exchange. EY’s analysis of blockchain suggests it may have the most impactful potential of the entire portfolio of disruptive technologies that are now emerging. 345 more words

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Cost Audit: Beneficiary and Prospective

Cost Audit represents to cross checking on a firm’s cost accounts and administrate adherence to cost accounting plan. It helps confirming that if the cost account record is duly updated and in accordance with cost accounting principles, plans, procedure and objective. 232 more words

Companies Act 1956

Corporate Law Constraints on Political Spending

James Kwak, “Corporate Law Constraints on Political Spending,” North Carolina Banking Institute Journal 18 (2014): 251–95

Abstract

Corporations currently can participate in electoral politics in the United States through various means: affiliated PACs, super PACs, 501(c)(6) organizations like the Chamber of Commerce, 501(c)(4) “social welfare” organizations, and traditional 501(c)(3) charitable organizations. 178 more words

Papers

An Introduction To The Authority For Advance Rulings

By Pitamber Yadav

Introduction

This paper will discuss the topic of the authority of advance rulings, an independent adjudicatory body formed by the Central government for preventing disputes. 1,110 more words

Corporate Law

The Position of Foreign Law Firms In India

By Arpit Sinhal

The Advocates Act, 1961 (“Advocates Act”) is a law enacted to provide one class of legal practitioners, specifying academic and professional qualifications necessary for enrolling as a practitioner of Indian Law. 604 more words

Corporate Law