The expert panel consisting of Dr. K. Shivaram, Senior Advocate, CA. Rajan Vora and CA Pradeep Kapasi has answered more than 750 questions on the Direct Tax Vivad Se Viswas Act, 2020. From May 15, 2021 onwards, itatonline.org has introduced a new section on “Ask your questions” which answers questions regularly.
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MR. D.K. Gandhi has been elected as National President of the All India Federation of Tax Practitioner (AIFTP) at a National Convention held on 25 th December, 2021 at Luknow. We congratulate and wish him all the success.
AIFTP has published a Book titled “Handbook on Taxation of Partnership Firms & Limited Liability Partnerships: Frequently Asked Questions” in association with the Taxmann. The publication contains 360 Frequently Asked Questions on the subject of taxation of Partnership Firms and Limited Liability Partnerships. The publication is divided into 24 Chapters viz. Admission of a Partner, Dissolution of a Partnership Firm, Reconstitution of a Partnership Firm
We invite you for the Inaugural Ceremony, Finals, and Valedictory Ceremony of The Padma Vibhushan N. A. Palkhivala Memorial National Moot Court (Virtual) Competition, 2021 to be held virtually on Friday, November 26, 2021 at 8:30 AM, and the Finals followed by the Valedictory ceremony to be held on November 28, 2021
The Padma Vibhushan N. A. Palkhivala Memorial Moot Court (Virtual) and Research Paper Competition, 2021, November 26-28, 2021 is hosted by the Maharashtra National Law University-Mumbai (MNLU-Mumbai) in association with the All-India Federation of Tax Practitioners (AIFTP) and the Goods and Services Tax Practitioners Association of Maharashtra (GSTPAM). The registration for the Moot Court Competition can be done here. The last date for registration for the Moot Court Competition is extended to October 15, 2021
ITAT Bar Association, Mumbai, is pleased to invite you to join the lecture to be delivered by Mr. Harish Salve, Senior Advocate and QC, on the subject ‘Constitutionality of tax laws’