Ashwani KumarFounding Partner

Ashwani Kumar, Founding Partner
areas of expertise
  • Income Tax Settlement Commission Representation
  • Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Representation
  • Growth strategy
  • M&A transaction support
  • Statutory Audit 
education
  • FCA, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
  • B.Com (H), Govt. College , Ludhiana
  • Class XII – Punjab Public School, Nabha

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.

publications

  • India imposes Digital Services Tax in the Form of Equalisation Levy 2.0 for FY 2020-21 onwards!

    Background While the solution for the problem of digital taxation is yet to be achieved at the global level through the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, what is happening currently is that given revenue considerations, many countries have started taking unilateral actions by way of taxing digital transactions at their own behest. This is

    July 1, 2020
  • Schedule I of CGST Act: Deeming Fictions

    “Taxable Event” is the soul of every taxation regime. Taxable Event decides whether any transaction shall be subject to levy of tax or not. Since taxable event acts as a trigger event, it becomes imperative to determine the accurate taxable event.  Prior to the introduction of GST, there were multiple taxable events under different taxation

    July 1, 2020
  • Experience of working from Home during LockDown – By Tannu Sethi

    With the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, the world was led to confine themselves in the four walls of their domestic places for an extended period of time. The uncertainty of the outbreak and the need for social distancing forced people of all age, to stay put within their households and leave their workplaces to adhere

    July 1, 2020
  • India imposes Digital Services Tax in the Form of Equalisation Levy 2.0 for FY 2020-21 onwards!

    Background While the solution for the problem of digital taxation is yet to be achieved at the global level through the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, what is happening currently is that given revenue considerations, many countries have started taking unilateral actions by way of taxing digital transactions at their own behest. This is

    July 1, 2020

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New York, Pennsylvania 01234, United States

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