For Salaried individuals the due date is 31st August, for other than salaried individuals the due date is 30th September and for limited companies the due date is 31st December after the close of the financial year.
It’s very famous question! There are three types of business registrations, Sole Proprietor, Partnership Business Firm and Private / Public limited companies. First decision depends on no of partners, financial position of businesses, and last but not the least industry requirement.
As per our organization’s policy the fee for compliance work, litigations, cases and audits depend upon the volume of work assigned to us, subject to a minimum threshold for each type of taxpayer (Salaried, Sole proprietor, Partnership & Limited Company). Fee for Registration matters is fixed according to the type of taxpayer.
Yes, Tax Avoidance is illegal. But tax Planning in your business to avoid any legal consequences and to run your business in such a way that you not only save your money but also comply the laws of taxation, is legal. For instance, a limited company issues shares instead of cash payments to his shareholders
Yes, an Accountant’s role is key to business progress but tax specialist plays his role on front foot. Tax Planning is vital for management of books of accounts, and financial matters of any business. So we are here to provide you the both services at once.
Doing the work of tax is a job of tax expert having experience and knowledge. Accountants do not have update knowledge of laws and cannot complete the work on due dates. We are here to provide you the services of a Tax Consultant.