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vineetha (article assistant) (26 Points)
Replied 23 November 2010

thanks 4 sharing..

pcc auditing 1(d) answer is wrong.  

as per section 226(4), that a person is not eligible for appointment as auditor of any company, if he is disqualified from acting as auditor of that company’s subsidiary or holding company or of any other subsidiary of the same holding company.

MS SAMEER (CMA*CA*CMDM*ast FUND MANAGER*LEGAL ADVISOR)   (14938 Points)
Replied 23 November 2010

tnqs                              

kritesh (biz) (38 Points)
Replied 23 November 2010

Originally posted by : sneha lakhotia
pcc tax
 
sorry but the 1st ans is wrong of residential status... ram is a a resident n ordinary resident as he left for 1st time india 
satisfies 2nd condition of sec 6(1), n also does not satisfy both condition of sec 6(6)
plz rectify it

WE NEED NOT CHECK 2ND CONDITION ... KHALI 1ST CONDITION LAGU HOGA!!! CHECK PROVISIONS...

NUKUL GARG (Senior Associate Consultant)   (1231 Points)
Replied 23 November 2010

Originally posted by : Keval Shah

THANKS A LOT FOR SHARING.....

 

tax IPCC soln:5(a). telephone allowance is exempt.....

pl conform it. 

No,

Telephone allowance is fully taxable.

kalpana (PCC) (162 Points)
Replied 23 November 2010

Thanks.....

Keval Shah (CA-Final) (301 Points)
Replied 24 November 2010

Originally posted by : NUKUL Garg




Originally posted by : Keval Shah






THANKS A LOT FOR SHARING.....

 

tax IPCC soln:5(a). telephone allowance is exempt.....

pl conform it. 






No,

Telephone allowance is fully taxable.

I did a mistake...

its free telephone at residence is fully exempt (as per rpt )

sridharan.v (Articles Assistant) (74 Points)
Replied 26 November 2010

Hi! Anyone Plz Upload PCC Nov '10 Law,Ethics & Communication Answer and IT & SM Answer

C A GROUP COACHING (COACHING ) (2487 Points)
Replied 27 November 2010

Telephone & Mobile expenses Borne /paid / Reimbursed by employer is exempted.

sidhant goel (Article) (25 Points)
Replied 27 November 2010

Is there is any provision for letter of appreciation from ICAI for those students who cleared their PCC Exam both groups in first attempt ??????

CA ADITYA ZANTYE (BCOM CA CS PROFESSIONAL)   (325 Points)
Replied 28 November 2010

LAW SOLUTIONS ARE HERE....................................................


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Saurabh N. Nyati (Asst. Manager - Audit) (170 Points)
Replied 29 November 2010

 

Originally posted by : sneha lakhotia

pcc tax
 

Hey the 1st ans is correct of residential status... ram is a Non- resident only..
As he is unable to satisfies any of the basic condition.

Basic condition 2 : person is in India for " *60 days or more" AND 365 days or more in preceding 4 years..

* Exception to basic condition 2 : period of  "60 days" is to be replaced by "182 days or more" in case of  :

a) Indian citizen going out of India for service..

b) the person of Indian origin visits India..

sKY..

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CA Pratik Dharod (Bussiness) (178 Points)
Replied 29 November 2010

Thanks,,,,,

saranya (ipcc student) (254 Points)
Replied 29 November 2010

thanks  for sharing

Vinay Raja (student-IPCC) (699 Points)
Replied 30 November 2010

thanks alot

Phuntu Vidhani (student) (33 Points)
Replied 01 December 2010

plse uploadd sol. to ipcc advanced accounts.....


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