A construction and demolition waste recycling project led by Perth-based Sycamore Civil Group has been awarded $1.65 million as part a federal government initiative to promote collaborations.…
Lalit Jalan, former chief executive officer of Reliance Infrastructure and group director of Reliance, has joined 3Lines Venture Capital as its India chairman.
Jalan has a career spanning over four decades in diverse sectors like finance, infrastructure, power, telecom, healthcare, defence and entertainment.
3Lines Venture Capital is based out of Denver, Colorado.
A pilot for a new online VAT service was launched today, with HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) inviting more than half a million businesses to try it ahead of new rules coming into force in April 2019.
Making Tax Digital (MTD) for VAT will make it easier for businesses to manage their tax and will save them, and their agents, time which can instead be devoted to maximising business opportunities, encouraging growth and fostering good financial planning.
From 1 April 2019, under MTD, around 1m businesses registered for VAT with a taxable turnover above £85,000 will need to keep their VAT records digitally and file their returns using MTD-compatible software.
The pilot opens today for around half a million businesses whose affairs are up to date and straightforward, and will extend to most other business types over the coming months. HMRC has also listened to concerns and will give a small group of customers with more complex requirements a further six months to prepare. This will ensure there is sufficient time for testing the service with them in the pilot before they are required to join.
Mel Stride MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, said: “HMRC is transforming the tax
Ahead of the Union Budget, SBI economists on Tuesday pitched for avoiding new taxes and urged the government to mount “honest attempts” to settle past litigations to raise resources instead.
Given the pandemic and the resultant lessons, an additional expenditure of over Rs 2.5 lakh crore will have to be provided on the healthcare front, the economists at the country’s largest lender said, adding the government spent only 1 per cent of the GDP under this head in FY21.
“One suggestion. There must not be any new taxes in the Budget. Let us have a tax holiday budget, with carefully crafted policies for immediate fiscal lubrication.
“A game changer in the budget could be an honest attempt by the Government to settle the cases under tax litigation once and for all,” they said in a note, adding that as of data available till FY19, the total amount under dispute was around Rs 9.5 lakh crore.
The amount under litigation includes Rs 4.05 lakh crore in corporation tax, Rs 3.97 lakh crore stuck in income tax cases and another Rs 1.54 lakh crore on account of commodities and
ASX trade has started the week with a loss of 0.9 per cent, as the US dollar improved from expectations of more economic stimulus and inflation there.…
Growth in ad volumes for 2020 was up 10 per cent from a year ago, with the recovery being sharp in the second half of the year when the Unlock phase began
Calendar year 2020 was disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown. Yet, a look at the full-year advertising volume numbers shared by the Broadcast Audience Research Council of India (BARC) shows that top advertisers increased their visibility significantly during the period.
Growth in ad volumes for 2020 was up 10 per cent from a year ago, with the recovery being sharp in the second half of the year when the Unlock phase began.
Companies such as Hindustan Unilever (HUL), Reckitt Benckiser (RB), Procter & Gamble and ITC retained their position as the country’s top four advertisers during the year, though HUL and RB increased their ad volumes sharply by 30 per cent and 37 per cent each.