Articleship Transfer Rules as per ICAI & Forms

Articleship Transfer Rules as per ICAI & Forms

After a CA Student (enrolled through the CPT Route or the Direct Entry Route) is required to pursue 3 years of Articleship Training under a Chartered Accountant as a part of the CA Curriculum. During this 3 year articleship period he is allowed to take leaves and can also take articleship transfer. We have already discussed about the Procedure for Articleship Registration […]

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How to apply for CA Membership No. to ICAI?

How to apply for CA Membership No. to ICAI?

After a CA Student has cleared both groups of CA Final and also completed the Articleship period and GMCS Trainings, he can apply to ICAI for allotment of CA Membership No. Recommended Read: CA Final Pass Percentage All candidates who have applied for CA Membership Number and have been successfully allotted the same are invited by ICAI for a Convocation […]

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How to create HUF Capital and put Money in HUF Account?

How to create HUF Capital and put Money in HUF Account?

In our exclusive coverage of HUF’s, we have previously explained How HUF’s help in saving taxes and how to create a HUF and in this article we would be focussing on How to create HUF Capital by putting money in HUF. Recommended Read:- How to save taxes by forming a HUF How to create a HUF How to create HUF […]

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How to start HUF & create HUF Deed?

How to start HUF & create HUF Deed?

In our previous article, we focussed on how a HUF can be used to save taxes legally and we have received a tremendous response for the same from our readers who have also requested for an article on How to create HUF & HUF Deed. Recommended Read: How to save taxes legally by forming HUF Creation of HUF HUF stands […]

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Save Tax by forming HUF: Benefits & Drawbacks

Save Tax by forming HUF: Benefits & Drawbacks

A very effective and legal way advised by chartered accountants to save tax is HUF i.e. Hindu Undivided Family. In India there are many families which are undivided and the incomes earned by such families are joint income as compared to Individual Incomes. As these are joint incomes and not Individual Incomes, these incomes cannot be taxed in the hands […]

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