Probably the apex of my listening to Prince was my freshman year of college, where I thrilled to his virtuosity, to his funk, and to the way it flummoxed other music majors when I told them that I’d spent the morning listening to Prince. 568 more words
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Income from foreign countries receivable by persons and companies residing in India is at times subject to tax in the said foreign country as well. Chapter IX of the Income Tax Act, 1961 provides for relief where such tax is deducted/paid on such foreign income. 536 more words
“As one more Indian fiscal year ended, it was yet again time to think of the various tax and fiscal developments in our country. On the airplane returning from an overseas trip in the first week of the new fiscal year, the familiar and comforting voice of the lady pilot announced the landing in Mumbai. 546 more words
This week’s blog post is written by Withum’s International Services Group member, Nicole DeRosa.
Who says taxes are logical? Even Albert Einstein agrees that “the hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” While maybe not the easiest to understand, most taxes and tax exemptions are usually logical… except the few legitimate ones we found below. 304 more words
Unveiling the Budget 2016–17, Mr. Arun Jaitley, the Finance Minister, stated that the Budget proposals were built on the agenda of “Transforming India” with “nine distinct pillars”, including tax reforms, promoting ease of doing business and ensuring fiscal discipline. 843 more words
The Narendra Modi government presented it’s third budget on 29th February 2016 with hopes riding high that it would finally deliver the ‘big-bang’reforms that have been keenly awaited ever since the BJP swept away the national elections in May 2014. 1,001 more words