Study Guidelines On Electives Papers For CA Final Paper-6 May 2018

Study Guidelines On Electives Papers For CA Final Paper-6 May 2018

Study Guidelines On Electives Papers For CA Final Paper-6 May 2018   ICAI has come up with the Guidelines for the Electives Electives Papers For CA Final Paper-6 May 2018. In order to remove confusion among the students, these guidelines have been prescribed. To the whole Guidelines (In General) can be summarized as under: The Books will be Provided by ICAI in Exam hall and Students Need Not Carry their Study Material. The Respective Book of each Elective Paper that Students will get in the exam hall will be the Strip Down Version Of…

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Everything You Need to Know About Open Book Exam of Elective Paper in CA Final

Open Book Exam of Elective Paper in CA Final As per the Revised Scheme of Education and Training, CA Final student has to choose among the 6 elective papers. ICAI has also clarified that Examination of these subjects will be an Open Book Exam. This is the bold steps taken by the Institute (ICAI) as the syllabus and systems were old and needed an apprising to keep up with the Industry requirements. Consequently, Revised Scheme of Education and Training was unveiled On CA Day i.e. 1st of July by our Prime…

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11 lakh PAN Cards have been Deactivated by The Government

PAN CARD SAMPLE

11 lakh PAN Cards have been Deactivated by The Government Check if your pan card has been deleted. Here’s How: The easiest way to check your PAN Card is through the Know You Pan Portal Provided on income tax Website. Heres a link to that site. To check your pan card status. Click Here Details you will need for this purpose are: Surname Middle name First name Status [ Individual/ Company /HUF/Firms etc.] Gender [if applicable] Date of Birth/Incorporation [As per the case] Mobile Number in order to get OTP.

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TDS Applicability in case of Rent Paid

CBDT notified that TDS on Rent u/s 194Ib in the Income Tax Act under which, any person (including Individual/HUF to whom requirement of the tax audit is not applicable) paying rent of Rs 50,000 or more per month must deduct TDS at 5% (w.e.f 01.06.2017). 

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