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The past year has been marked by some major reforms. The transformational Goods and Services Tax (GST) was launched in July 2017. With a policy change of such scale, scope, and complexity, the transition unsurprisingly encountered challenges of policy, law, and information technology systems, which especially affected the informal sector. Expeditious responses followed to rationalize and reduce rates, and simplify compliance burdens.

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In the backdrop of demonetization current Budget presented on the auspicious day of `Vasant Panchami' had lot of expectations and optimism. The expectation included burning issues like inflation, price rise, crony capitalism, fall in demand due to demonetization and corruption in day-to-day transactions.

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In the last nine months, the NDA Government headed by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has undertaken several significant steps to energize the economy. The credibility of the Indian economy has been reestablished. The world is predicting that it is India's chance to fly.

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Honourable Shri Narendra Modi launched the START-UP INDIA – ACTION PLAN, the same will help nurture entrepreneurship in the country. The START-UP INDIA – ACTION PLAN defines What is Start-up, Eligibility for Startup, Recognition as a Startup. The Action Plan gives a road map for faster Entry & Exist along with Financial & Taxation Benefits available to the startups.

Legal Provisions are likely to be incorporated in Finance Bill 2016, thereafter proposed scheme of START-UP INDIA will get a legal shape.

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A presentation on Expatriate Taxation in India with tax synopsis, presented at the AGN World Congress held in New Delhi India.
 



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India has already marked its presence as one of the fastest growing economies of the world. It has been ranked among the top 3 attractive destinations for inbound investments. The regulatory environment in terms of foreign investment has been consistently eased to make it investor-friendly.

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“Budget 2015-16 lays down a road map for accelerating growth, enhancing investment and passing on benefit of the growth to the common men. In a well thought and finely nuanced approach, instead of introducing dramatic
concessions to boost the economy into double digits growth, the government has instead focused on making definitive structural adjustments to policy and frame-works that will deliver all round growth across the agricultural, manufacturing and services sectors by encouraging investments and
entrepreneurship (by improving the ease of business) and improving the infrastructure( through investments and more reliable policy structures.)”

 

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Mr. Arun Jaitley, the Finance Minister of India laid
the budget for the year 2014-15. The budget was
presented with the tag of "Fiscal Consolidation and
long term growth" The budget touched upon the
right chords and needs of the economy. He didn't
play into the populist budget, instead stood strong
for the long term needs like job creation,
investments and reduction of fiscal deficit.
 

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"The Hon'ble Finance Minister was successfully able to juggle between the three important areas of concern of our economy i.e. growth, inflation and managing the rising fiscal deficit. Mr. P.Chidambaram presented a fighting innings on a difficult pitch and laid down the structure for the upcoming batsmen i.e. the execution for the victory of the Indian economy."

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A presentation on Expatriate Taxation in India with tax synopsis, presented at the AGN World Congress held in New Delhi India.


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The Government's liberalization and economic reforms programme aims at rapid and substantial economic growth, and integration with the global economy in a harmonized
manner.




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SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE SCHEME (SEZ)Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Scheme was introducedunder the Export & Import policy by government of India w.e.f. 1-4-2000 with a view to provide an international competitive and hassle free environment for export.



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India has a free and vibrant press, an independent judiciary, a strong legal and accounting system and the use of English as the principal language of business and administration are some of the attractive features of the business environment.


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Documentation can help testimony and jogmemories. Put policies in place to document how delegated work is supervised and how results and conclusions are communicated. Policies will vary for every company and may even be different within particular departments. An employee titles do notalways convey the actual level of supervisoryresponsibility a position entails.

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