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A direct tax is a tax an individual or organization pays directly to the imposing entity. A taxpayer, for example, pays direct taxes to the government for different purposes, including real property tax, personal property tax, income tax, or taxes on assets. Direct taxes are based on the ability-to-pay principle. This economic principle states that those who have more resources or earn a higher income should pay more taxes. The ability to charge taxes is a way to redistribute the wealth of a nation.

  • Income tax
  • Transfer taxes
  • Entitlement tax
  • Property tax
  • Capital gains tax

GST is known as the Goods and Services Tax. It is an indirect tax which has replaced many indirect taxes in India such as the excise duty, VAT, services tax, etc. The Goods and Service Tax Act was passed in the Parliament on 29th March 2017 and came into effect on 1st July 2017. Goods and Services Tax meaning: GST, or Goods and Services Tax, is a tax that customers have to bear when they buy any goods or services, such as food, clothes, items of daily needs, transportation etc.

  • Central GST (CGST)
  • State GST (SGST)
  • Union territory GST (UGST)
  • Integrated GST (IGST)

The audit is the process of evaluating the accounting entries present in the financial statement of the company. The audit checks the accuracy of the financial reports. Assurance is the process of analyzing and used in the assessment of accounting entries and financial records. Assurance is a process of verifying the records available in the company’s accounting record is as per accounting standard and principle, and it also verifies that accounting record is accurate or not. Assurance checks there is no misrepresentation done in financial records, no misuse of funds, no fraud, and no fraudulent activities done and inform the same to all stakeholders of the company.

  • A three-party relationship
  • An agreed and appropriate subject matter
  • Suitable criteria
  • Sufficient and appropriate evidence

An audit is the examination of the financial report of an organisation - as presented in the annual report - by someone independent of that organisation. The financial report includes a balance sheet, an income statement, a statement of changes in equity, a cash flow statement, and notes comprising a summary of significant accounting policies and other explanatory notes.

  • The organisation's directors approve the financial report.
  • testing some of the organisation's internal controls
  • watching certain processes or procedures being performed.
  • Look at every transaction carried out by the organisation.
  • Test the adequacy of all of the organisation's internal controls.

The compliances of company law have been gaining importance by each gone day. The newly introduced Companies Act-2013 has emphasized more on compliance part with increased penalties both monetary as well as pecuniary as the compliances of company law have been in a neglected state since long. To understand and comply with various provisions under the new Companies Act-2013, small and medium enterprises face an uphill task as enterprise(s) don’t have adequate skills and manpower to deal with various provisions of the Act.

  • Formation of Companies
  • Advising on various matters under the Companies Act, 1956
  • Assisting in Winding-up of companies/striking off the name from the Registrar of Companies under the Act
  • Filing of returns under the Indian Company Law
  • Drafting of minutes and maintenance of secretarial records under Company Law
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