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IND AS Applicability – Indian Accounting Standards

What is IND AS? Indian Accounting Standards (AS) can be understood as standards for the IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) to ensure that Indian Companies are accessible globally. These standards adopted were made mandatory...

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Section 194C Guide TO TDS on Contractor Payment

INTRODUCTION TDS stands for tax-deducted at the source which gives authority and responsibility to certain persons making specified payments such rents, salary, professional fees to deduct a certain amount as a tax before making...

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Bonafide Certificate

What is Bonafide certificate? Bonafide is a word of Latin origin which means without any intention to deceive and that which is true or “in good faith”. Bonafide certificate meaning can be understood in...

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ESIC and Its applicability Criteria in India

Introduction to Esic Under the ESI (Employee State Insurance) Act, 1948, Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) was set up as a corporate body functioning under the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India....

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Child Sexual Abuse in India

Child abuse is increasingly gaining attention due to the increase in the rate of crime towards children. India and many other parts of the world are constantly dealing with child abuse and in curbing...

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Effect of Criminal Case for Government Job

With the increasing population, the demand for various jobs is increasing, be it the public sector or private sector. Government jobs are preferred in a larger number due to its perks. To simplify the...

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Negotiable Instrument Act 1881

To ease the commercial transactions, negotiable instruments play an important role as it is very convenient and eases the burden of cash transactions. What is negotiable instrument act ? Section 13 of Negotiable Instruments...

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Different types of Mortgage

Section 58 of the transfer of property act, 1882 defines as: “A mortgage meaning is the transfer of an interest in a specific immovable property for the purpose of securing the payment of money...

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The 2018 Amendment to The Companies Act, 2013

The amendment is effective from 7th May 2018. Changes in section 2 (Definition) under Companies amendment Act Associate Company (S. 2(6)): “significant influence” shall now be mean control of at least 20 percent of...