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  • In the era of the digital life, mobile wallets have revolutionized the way in which a common man makes payments. India came up with its own solution to solving cash spend, a problem which wasn’t solved with plastic cards but with an internet connected mobile device. A mobile wallet enables a person to store payment card information virtually on a mobile device. This provides a convenient way to make in-store

  • Electronic commerce has been the subject of intense growth in India. India is behind many of the other countries in terms of the market size for E-commerce, but it is set to grow fast and predicted to become one of the largest in the world over the next decade. In this article, we look at the impact of GST on ecommerce operators and major provisions relating to ecommerce operators in India.


  • 2018 has been a hotbed of significant tax law changes, but educational tax breaks have largely emerged unscathed from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 stepped in to save another tax credit that would have otherwise expired.

    These tax benefits include credits, deductions, and tax-free savings. Tax credits are considered the best of all because they come off what you owe

  • Salaried individuals, who contribute to the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF), will soon be able to withdraw up to 75% of their EPF money in case they are out of a job for at least a month. The central board of trustees of Employees’s Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) that met last week decided that employees who have been unemployed for a month will be allowed to withdraw 75% of their EPF corpus. This is the cumulative corpus

  • STP / EHTP units are eligible for converting from STP / EHTP scheme to EoU
    scheme as per clause 6.19 of Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020.
    Following are the documents required to be filed with STPI for obtaining NOC for the
    above. As part of the process Director / CEO / Sr. representatives of the unit should meet
    Addl. Director /Director, STPIB to


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