CBIC assured that no recoveries shall be made for the past periods as well, i.e., delayed GST payment made upto 31.08.2020, by any of the Central and State tax administration. Therefore, interest computation for earlier period shall be carried out in accordance with the decision taken in the 39th meeting of GST Council only.
1. What is FSSAI? FSSAI or Food Safety and Standards Authority in India is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Health of Family Welfare, Government of India. The government entity was established in the year 2006 with a motive to offer license and regulate food safety and hygiene standards among the food business operators across the country. If you are into the food business, FSSAI registration and getting an FSSAI license is mandatory for you. Here in this article, we have discussed all the basic legal aspects of getting an FSSAI license in India. Scroll through to get the
The FSSAI- Food Safety and Standards Authority of India is a Regulatory body responsible for supervising the safety & standard of food business across the nation. To run a food business in India, an FSSAI certificate or FSSAI license is mandatory. In today’s world, as people prefer certified food consumption, FSSAI license can provide the food business with legal benefits and expansion scope. Not to forget it builds goodwill and trust, ensures food being wholesome, creates consumer awareness. Here are the complete insights into getting your food chain registered under FSSAI. Read the necessary procedures and requirements and know How
To fight against the covid-19 pandemic, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the nation on lockdown situations with new sets of rules & economic relief packages. Under Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan a stimulus economic package of Rs 20 Lakh Crore has been allotted for different sectors to restrain the adverse effects of this pandemic in India.
From creating large scale employment to gaining economic stability, MSME plays an important role to ensure the country’s economic growth. In India, more than 50 million people got employment through MSME, and it has almost 8% contribution to our nation’s GDP. Though there are several issues related to infrastructure, lack of proper market linkages has disturbed the flourishing of MSME, both central and state governments across the country have taken some important measures to encourage. Registration of MSME does not have any legal obligation, but the registration always helps to reap various benefits from numerous government schemes. Registering as MSME
In India, when it comes to startup, most of the business entities opt for Private Limited Company formation. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) governs the Private Limited Companies in India as per the Companies Act 2013. As MCA suggests, you need to fulfill certain secretarial compliance or RoC compliances within a specific due date to eschew penalties. Wondering what the ROC compliances you need to go through while forming your startup are? Well, you don’t need to worry anymore! Here we are going to share the following details with you, What does RoC compliance mean? Essential RoC compliance for
In Union Budget 2020 speech, Hon’ble Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has proposed a new Tax deducted at source (“TDS”) provisions for e-commerce transactions. The newly proposed TDS provisions have been introduced with the goal of ‘widening and deepening’ the tax base across the country. With the introduction of this provision the e-commerce companies like Flipkart, Amazon will have to deduct an extra 1% of tax as TDS while paying the seller registered under them. While under the Goods and Services Act, the e-commerce companies were already deducting 1% TDS from the seller registered with them. 1. What is TDS? TDS
Entire world is fighting against epidemic COVID 19 outbreak and Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Sh. Narendra Damodardas Modi has taken much need precautionary step of complete lockdown from midnight 12’o clock of 24th March, 2020 onwards for next 21 days and again extended to 3rd May, 2020 for another 19 days. In between various regular and financial year ended statutory and regulatory compliances are approaching and considering the situation, Hon’ble Finance Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman held a press conference through video conferencing and announced various important reliefs measures taken by Government of India in the area of Income Tax, GST,
Maintenance of books of accounts in any business is one of the most crucial things as it records each and every transaction of company and reflects financial position of the company such as whether company is making profit or incurring losses, assets held by company, liabilities of the company etc. Therefore, for every statutory compliance purpose such as Companies Act, 2013, Goods & Service Tax Act and Income Tax Act, books of accounts is a pre-requisite. In this article, we will have a look at the requirement of different laws related to the maintenance of books of accounts. 1. Books
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