Ashwani KumarFounding Partner
areas of expertise
- Income Tax Settlement Commission Representation
- Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Representation
- Growth strategy
- M&A transaction support
- Statutory Audit
A results driven and self-motivated chartered accountant with a proven ability to develop and strengthen management teams in order to maximise efficiency. Experienced in leading and growing all sectors of his firm to make it a dynamic and progressive organisation. Possessing excellent communication skills and able to establish sustainable relationships with all stakeholders.
With more than three decades of professional experience he is an expert in taxation matters including representation work before various authorities with a special emphasis on search, seizure and survey matters.
Ten things to look at before Transitioning to GST As our country is coming to terms with the largest tax reform ever proposed to be applicable from July 1, 2016, one of the biggest questions that are being asked is “What will happen to our existing stock?” or “Will we get credit of our inputsJune 4, 2017
As per section 54(3) of CGST Act, 2017 refund of unutilized ITC shall be available where credit has accumulated on account of the rate of tax of inputs being higher than the rate of tax on output supplies, except the supplies notified by the Government on the recommendation of GST Council. In consonance with section 54(3),September 11, 2018
Utilising CGST against IGST – Does the law make it a one nation one tax ? written by : Aashna Goyal , Associate – Indirect Taxes
Goods and Services Tax is a comprehensive indirect tax which is being levied on sale of goods as well as services all over India. Its main objectives were to consolidate all indirect taxes into a single tax, except customs (excluding SAD), overcoming the limitations of existing indirect tax structure and creating efficient tax administration systemMay 6, 2018
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