The union government which is under tremendous pressure from the recent failures of “demonetisation” and GST, has slashed the prescribed rates on certain consumer items and services. The move which comes in the wake of Gujarat elections is supposed to rejuvenate the failing industries and encourage consumer confidence. The 23rd GST Council meeting, held in…
Cashless economy embodies the ultimate end product of cohesive social structuring. The idea itself represents the zenith of technological and economic amalgamation. When citizens deal in electronically chronicled cash networks as their sole means for monetary transactions, it is a sign of social upliftment. It means that as a species, humanity has travelled a fair…
There is a stigma attached to Chartered Accountants. They get a bad reputation because there is a common perception out there that Chartered Accountants just file tax returns and maintain balance sheets. Not only is this false, but if you actually believe this, there is a significant profit margin you could be missing out on…
Amidst the entire economic crisis across the globe, India is demonstrating hope with determined growth targets, supported by a slew of important projects like “Make in India”, “Digital India”, etc. The biggest tax reform since Independence, the Goods and Service Tax (GST), is all set to transform the Indian tax system.
The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is expected to act as the much-needed catalyst for economic growth in India and is expected to alter the indirect taxes levied on goods and services within the economy and also eliminate the cascading effect of the tax system. GST has created high anticipation not only in India but also among all the neighboring and developed economies of the world. India will be playing a vital role in the global economy in the coming years because of GST implementation. Among all the rumours about the negative impact of this bill on the SME sector, would the pros outweigh all the cons?
We wanted to give our readers something informative yet different and thought what better way for that than with a quick recap of the major events from 2016 to early 2017 from across the globe, India and us at KredX. 2016 has been quite a rollercoaster ride for the world and us in India. From terrifying events to groundbreaking changes and new opportunities, it certainly was a mixed bag of emotions. Let’s take a look back at some of the most impactful stories from the last year and early 2017.
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Recently, KredX had an opportunity to chat with the man responsible for the introduction of digital payment services in India, Dr. R. B. Barman, who is also an advisor to KredX. Dr. Barman is the Chairman of the National Statistical Commission, Advisor to the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) and has also served as the Executive Director of RBI, among the various positions he has held during the span of his illustrious career.
With India shifting towards a cashless economy, digital payments are the need of the hour. The government has introduced several schemes and projects to further provide an impetus to the fast-growing digital payment sector of the country. To think that RTGS, NEFT, NECS, Mobile Payments, ATMs were introduced only in the 2000’s, India certainly has come a long way since then in mobile and digital payments! Recently, KredX had an opportunity to chat with the mastermind responsible for the introduction of these payment services in India, Dr. R. B. Barman, who is also an advisor to KredX.
As the country inches closer to the final rollout of GST, economists, financial experts and entire industries are preparing themselves for the potential impact GST would have on the various sectors. GST, touted as one of the most revolutionary bills to ever be implemented, is expected to benefit the common man and make a positive impact on most industries barring a few. Let’s take a quick look at the tax rates and tax slabs recently announced by the GST Council.
Bookkeeping can be a daunting task but putting it off could spell disaster as you lose track of all the details and little expenses. So what should you do? Here are the only 6 bookkeeping secrets your logistics business should know!
India’s startup ecosystem has seen an exponential rise since the startup culture first took over the country. The country is reported to have been teeming with close to 19,000 technology-enabled startups in the year 2016. Clearly, this number is expected to multiply by manyfold in the coming years. However, most of them fail and shut shop due to operational and financial difficulties. To help address this problem, the Government of India under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi launched the Startup India program on 16 January 2016. The program was launched with a view to promote the growth of startups in India, encourage entrepreneurship and create more jobs, thereby, contributing to the development of the Indian economy.