Key ideas & prospects for CA’s practice to develop in 2020.

Top ideas & opportunities for the practice of New CA to be established in 2020.

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Upon completion of the Chartered Accountant exam, candidates may either be working in a corporation as employees or may start their own professional practice. If you want to start your own company, you need to know first about the essential terms and conditions of the company. Many of the eligible CAs have this problem.

  • When I start working as a ca practice or join a job, which one is better for me.
  • How can I expand my CA practice?
  • What I need to do to offer professional services to my customers.
  • How do I keep my staff at my CA firm / LLP

Once you get going, the first thing you can hold in mind is Hard Working and Patience. These are two significant market drivers that will carry you to a new height of success. There are various market opportunities in the country that the Chartered Accountant can launch without spending a large amount of capital.

Working for oneself often seems to be more appealing than working for someone else. In addition to building a work-life harmony, you live and follow your own desires.

Before beginning your practice, it ‘s important to do your homework and ask yourself questions so that you can get a sense of direction and intent. Some of the things you should think about include:

  • Should I have the experience of working for a company and employees?
  • Do I have the capital to start a business?
  • Do I have a good view of my accounting business?
  • Do I have the strength to succeed?
  • Do I have the love of family members?
  • How am I going to set my work apart from that of other businessmen like me?

When you’ve answered these questions and know that you’re starting an accounting firm for all the right reasons,

The Chartered Accountant has played a significant role in the numerous branches of the business, such as auditing, taxation, tax planning, accounting, accounting, administrative management, and financial reporting. Here, we are explaining the right company start-up strategy:

  • Understand why you want to launch a Chartered Accountant profession
  • Create an in-depth strategic strategy
  • Choose the best type of finance;
  • You can obtain a franchise from the Taxation Technology Agency
  • Tax Advisory Services
  • Products with verification competence
  • Outsourcing of services
  • Open the Educational Course for Chartered Accounting
  • The GST market is a driver of funding for Chartered Accountant start-up
  • Subjects one can specialize in your Chartered Accountant practice area

Areas of Expertise in Your CA Practices: There are a variety of topics that you may specialize in, which are listed here:

  • DIRECT TAXES
  • INDIRECT TAXES
  • FEMA
  • FOREIGN TRADE POLICIES
  • CORPORATE FINANCING
  • LABOUR LAW REGULATIONS AND COMPLIANCES THEREOF
  • TURN OUT STRATEGIES
  • INTERNAL CONTROLS, SOX, AND OTHER ALLIED AUDIT SERVICES
  • ESOP AND PAYROLL RELATED SERVICES
  • ASSISTING IN ARBITRATION
  • MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS M&
  • FORENSIC ACCOUNTING
  • PREPARATION FOR A FINANCIAL DUE DILIGENCE
  • SYSTEMS AUDIT IN A COMPUTERISED ENVIRONMENT
  • SUPPORT SERVICES FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT, TESTING, AND IMPLEMENTATION
  • MANAGEMENT OF FAMILY RUN BUSINESSES
  • PREPARATION FOR IPO

Note: Combine any of these possibilities together initially to acquire information. While you may have limited knowledge of conducting your Articleship, you may use the aid of qualified Chartered Accountants in different fields of expertise.

How to establish a Specialty in CA Practices:

After the practicalities of financial accounting are well known, the next step is to define the field of specialty that will require the following steps:

  • Identifying the content of the analysis in order to achieve an in-depth under-statement of the topic of specialization.
  • Identifying every particular course like crash courses in a given area.
  • Search for ways to teach the desired area of specialty and continue teaching.
  • Being affiliated with a big firm/organization where the preferred subject is still being practiced.
  • Going to attend lectures and sessions on the topic.
  • A person makes your influence known in a number of conferences, conferences on a specific subject by expressing your point of view and challenging conventional thought.
  • Full price Models and interviews with professionals and advisors.
  • Participation of posts to CA journals.
  • Subscribing to specialist journals in the field — domestic and worldwide.
  • Identify and follow best practices constantly

If you’d like to expand your practice to have a high type of expertise, you need to introduce more and more professionals with strong experience. Never add working or working partners. Since they will not be able to contribute to work, but will still have some hope, so you will always have to work harder to satisfy their demands.

Allow a strong difference between trained workers and collaborators, because they will operate on the same activities. Their duty and responsibilities should be explicitly outlined in order to bring an end to any future conflict.

ICAI going to issue the FAIS (Forensic Accounting and Investigation Standards)

ICAI is proposing to come up with a package of Forensic Accounting and Inquiry Standards (FAIS), said on Tuesday President Atul Kumar Gupta.

The new standards are expected to be ready by the end of December, numbering around 30 and will go a long way in raising the quality benchmark of forensic commitments, Gupta told a virtual press conference.

President Atul Kumar Gupta also said FAIS would be obligatory for CA Institute members and non-adherence would prompt disciplinary action. Even if a non-audit foreign company performs the forensic audit and inquiry, any employee of the CA Institute who signs the report will be expected to obey the FAIS, Gupta explained.

“We’ll be directed by who signatures the report of the forensic investigation and not by the company,” he said.

FAIS would also be helpful to law enforcement authorities, companies , banks and other stakeholders to understand standard standards and finer aspects in performing forensic accounting and enquiry commitments, he added.

The CA Institute will be the first organisation to create a full set of FAIS criteria for forensic professionals and stakeholders in the accounting world, he added.

The suggested guidelines would help Forensic Accounting and Investigation practitioners perform their tests in a highly competent way and obtain information that could be subject to high degree of review in a court of law, Gupta said.

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Future of Accountancy Profession

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Accountancy profession will face significant challenges in coming times with the evolving technologies, globalization and new form of regulations. Along with tough challenges come exciting opportunities which accountants in business and practice are going to face. Emerging technologies and global trends are definitely reshaping the accountancy profession in many countries across the world including India, China, and Europe etc.

The new changes and challenges demands better marketing and branding of the accountants. A survey from ABN says ‘87% of the respondents thought that the accountants needed to market themselves better’. It is demand of the profession that accountants build of brand of themselves or the company to gain belief of the respondents. They would not just give you world as soon as they meet you. They would first like to know more about you, gain confidence that you are reliable and then an accountant can expect work from them. It is very important to build good relationship, “Accountants need to be multi-disciplinary and to acquire and develop skills and knowledge such as psychology, leadership, negotiation, critical thinking and creativity,” says Fung.

With the automation handling basic work, Accountants now have much time left with them to learn new and smart technologies to enhance their traditional approach of working. Smart software includes cloud computing, greater use of social media etc. This will lead to better outsourcing and engagement with stakeholders and help reaching broader communities.  Though accountancy is going to change radically in future but the change will be slow since people still rely on its stability. “It’s not a future where there’s nothing for people to do, but it is a future where the sorts of things that they do are quite different to what has been done traditionally” says Daniel at ICAS Conference 2017.

Accountants will have to be smarter and learn more technical and integrative skills because this change will definitely give birth to more exciting and new opportunities and exposure to the accountants.

Skills which would be required by accountants to align with the future changes:

  • Communication and relationship

Strong communication will lead to good relationships. A successful must be able to explain complex issues in a lucid manner. Building relationship with client is important to gain their confidence and this helps a lot in profession.

  • Technologically updated

Accountants must keep abreast of the latest technologies bringing in automation and taking over the traditional way of working. Because no matter how much we develop the systems and machine, there would always be a need of human intervention to make it reliable and stable. An accountant must be able to suggest and advice clients and bosses to get the best out of technology.

  • Flexible and adaptive

The best in the profession are those who are well prepared for the change and welcome it with open hands. And this is tested even more when the pace of change is accelerating. Ability to adapt is the sign of a good accountant.

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Elements of Financial Statements

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The financial elements of a financial statement are broadly classified into five categories. These are grouped according to the monetary characteristics they possess. Let’s have a brief understanding of all five.

Assets

An asset is a resource (either tangible or intangible) which is in control of the enterprise to derive monetary benefits from the use of it. Some of the points to be remembered are:

  • An asset should not necessarily have a physical existence.
  • An asset need not necessarily be owned. It should only be in control of the enterprise. An asset taken on lease from its owner will not be mentioned in the books of theowner but to whom it is in control of or leased to.
  • In order for an asset to be recognized, there should be sufficient control over it. For example copyrights, patents, trademarks etc.
  • An asset in order to be called an asset should be able to reap future financial benefits. An asset who ceases to have any value in a current accounting period cannot be termed as an asset.
  • An asset’s value or cost should be easily calculable or measurable.

Liabilities

Liability is defined as an obligation of an enterprise that arose as a result of past events. Some of the important points to be remembered in its context are:

  • A liability is recognized with the evidence shown in the balance sheet date.
  • Certain provisions like provision for depreciation, provision for bad and doubtful debts and other provisions are not considered aliability but rather as a reduction in the value of theasset.

Equity

Equity can be defined as the remaining interest of an enterprise over its assets after deduction of liabilities from it. In short, equity is the excess of aggregate assets over aggregate liabilities.

Income

Income can be:

  • any increase in the economic benefit as a result of inflow or encashment of asset
  • Increase in equity with the decrease in liability.

Income also includes the revenues and gains. Revenue is an income which arises during the ordinary course of business whereas,a gain is an income which may or may not arise during the normal course of business.

Expense

The expense is an antonym of income. Following are considered as an expense:

  • Any decrease in the economic benefit as a result of outflow
  • Deterioration of assets

The expense is defined as the charges incurred in the ordinary course of business like wages paid, rent paid etc., whereas losses may or may not incur in the ordinary course of business. For example loss on the sale of fixed assets. Expenses are shown on the debit side of profit and loss A/C.

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE MARCH 15, 2017

Professional Update For the Day:

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DIRECT TAX:

·        CBDT clarified that Existence of undisclosed bank deposits non-mandatory on the date of PMGKY payment.

·        CBDT has asked Taxmen to Fast track cases against shell firms also to file prosecution cases against those companies which claimed bogus long-term capital gains. While the SFIO has filed cases against 49 shell companies, Rs 3,900 crore is believed to have been laundered by 559 persons with the help of 54 professionals. Also, Rs 1,238 crore cash has been deposited in shell co’s, post demonetization.

·        Penalty can’t be imposed u/s 271(1)(c) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, where substantial question of law had been admitted by the High Court in respect of quantum proceedings. CIT Vs. Advaita Estate Dev. Pvt. Ltd., High Court of Bombay.

·        ITAT Ahmedabad held that forfeiture of share application money which has been duly received by the appellant in terms of prospect and credited to capital reserve account was a capital receipt and is not taxable. DCIT(OSD) Vs Mahalaxmi Rubtech Ltd. (ITAT Ahmedabad).

·        Sec. 271(1)(c): If the quantum appeal is admitted by the High Court, it means that the issue is debatable and penalty cannot be levied. Argument of the Dept that Nayan Builders 368 ITR 722 (Bom) does not lay down this proposition is not correct. CIT Vs Advaita Estate Development Pvt. Ltd (Bombay High Court)

·        Entitlement for deduction U/s 80IB – amount under the head VKGUY [Vishesh Krishi Gram Udhyog Yojana] and on account of DEPB – these benefits do not form part of the net profits of eligible industrial undertaking for the purposes of Sections 80I/80IA/80IB – ITAT Jaipur in case of [M/s Neel Kanth Gum & Chemicals Vs. ACIT].

·        New India Assurance to refund TDS amount to claimant as it had wrongly deducted TDS on compensation: HC[2017] 79 taxmann.com 76 (Gujarat)

·        Expenditure incurred for re- possession of the club – capital or revenue in nature – when as per the JDA, the ownership is vested in the assessee and the plot owners have no right in the assets of the club, it cannot be said that creating the asset of the club is a revenue expenditure – ITAT Bangalore in case of [G.R. Developers Vs. The ACIT, Circle-3 (1) , Bangalore].

·        Operation Clean Money; Income Tax Department identifies 17.92 Lakh persons whose tax profiles were not in line with the cash deposits made by them during the demonetization period.

·        CBDT reported the direct tax collections up to February 2017 to witness steady growth trend. The collection net of refunds stands at Rs. 6.17 lakh crore which is 10.7% more.

INDIRECT TAX:

·        Excise: CBEC issued Master Circular providing the clarity and uniformity on the issues dealing with Show Cause Notice, Adjudication Proceedings and Recovery of duty vide Circular No. 1053/02/2017-CX dated March 10, 2017. CESTAT allows assessee’s appeal, remands issue for determination whether Food Processor accessories are assessable at MRP u/s 4A or at the transaction value u/s 4 of Central Excise Act, when same not cleared as part of package containing Food Processor [TS-47-CESTAT-2017-EXC]

·        Service Tax: In the absence of a statutory provision which prescribes that registration is mandatory and that if such a registration is not made the assessee is not entitled to the benefit of refund, the committed a serious error in rejecting the claim for refund on the ground which is not existence in law. Commissioner, Service Tax Vs M/S Pangea 3 Legal Database Systems Pvt. Ltd. (Allahabad High Court)

·        Date of filing of DVAT Return in Form 16, 17 & 48 for Q-3, 2016-17 has been extended up to 17.03.2017 vide Circular No. 26 dated 08.03.2017.

·        CBEC vide Circular No. 1053/02/2017-CX dated March 10, 2017 has issued the Master Circular providing the clarity and uniformity on the issues dealing with Show Cause Notice, Adjudication Proceedings and Recovery of duty.

·        In the absence of a statutory provision which prescribes that registration is mandatory and that if such a registration is not made the assessee is not entitled to the benefit of refund, the committed a serious error in rejecting the claim for refund on the ground which is not existence in law.Commissioner, Service Tax Vs M/S Pangea 3 Legal Database Systems Pvt. Ltd. (Allahabad High Court)

·        CESTAT allows assessee’s appeal, remands issue for determination whether Food Processor accessories are assessable at MRP u/s 4A or at the transaction value u/s 4 of Central Excise Act, when same not cleared as part of package containing Food Processor [TS-47-CESTAT-2017-EXC]

 OTHER UPDATES

·        RBI has cancelled the certificate of registration of some NBFC in of the powers conferred on it under Section 45-IA (6) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.

·        RBI issued notification that Section 269SS and 269T of the Income Tax Act, 1961 would be applicable to all NBFCs with immediate effect. Currently, the relevant threshold is Rs 20,000 Vide Notification No. DNBR (PD) CC.No.086/03.10.001/2016-17 dated 09.03.2017.

·        RBI notified the Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of Security by a Person Resident outside India) (Fourth Amendment) Regulations, 2017 which shall come into force from the date of their publication in the Official Gazette. Vide Notification No. FEMA.387/2017-RB dated 09.03.2017.

Key Dates:

Payment of Advance Income Tax by all assesses (100%): 15.03.2017

E-payment of PF for Feb: 15.03.2017

“Our hopes & dreams should be like hair & nail. No matter how many times they are cut, but they never stop growing.”

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.

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GOODS AND SERVICE TAX (GST)

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GST is levied only at the Destination point, It is taxed only at the value addition at each stage and supplier at each stage is permitted to set off through tax credit mechanism which would eliminate all cascading effect. There will be a no distinction between goods and services. 

STRUCTURE OF GST IN INDIA: 

  • INTRA STATE TAXABLE SUPPLY: Excise and service tax will be known as CGST.
  • Local VAT and other taxes will be known as SGST.
  • INTER STATE TAXABLE SUPPLY: CST will be replaced by integrated GST (IGST).
  • IMPORT FROM OUTSIDE INDIA: In this case custom duty like CVD, SAD etc. IGST will be charged 

FEATURES, REGISTRATION & RETURNS UNDER GST:

  • GST shall have two component one levied by the central and the other levied by the states .Rates for GST would be prescribed appropriately reflecting revenue consideration and acceptability.
  • IGST is applicable on the import of goods & services and inter-state stock transfer of goods & services and is levied and collected by the central.
  • The taxpayer would need to submit periodical return, in common format as far as possible , to both central GST authority and to the concerned state GST authorities
  • Export of goods and services are zero rated.
  • Each taxpayer would be allotted a PAN linked identification number with a total of 13-15 digits. This would bring the GST PAN-linked system in line with in existing PAN based system for income tax facilitating data exchange and taxpayer compliance.
  • The taxpayer would need to submit periodic return to both the central GST authority and to the concerned state GST authority. ITC credit can also be verified on the basis of return filed and revenues reconciled against challan data from bank.
  • Current threshold limit under central excise duties is RS 1.50 lacs and that under service tax is RS 10 lacs. Whereas the threshold limit under state VAT is between 10 lacs to 20 lacs.
  • Constitutional amendment bill is required to be passed in both the house of parliament. The CG has full majority in lok sabha however a lot depend on how the CG will ensure safe passage of the bill in rajya sabha , where it does not have the sufficient majority.

Hope GST Bill is approved in this monsoon session of Parliament: Arun Jaitley The finance minister 

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Glimpse of Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

Glimpse of Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016

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Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 received the assent of the President on 25th March 2016, which substantially amends the original Real Estate Bill, 2013. This act will apply from a date to be notified in official gazette. The Act largely seeks to protect the interest of the allottees/purchasers by promoting transparency, accountability and efficiency in the construction and execution of real estate projects by promoters. Key Highlights of Real Estate Act, 2016 are given below: –

Registration

  • Every promoter shall register every real estate project with Real Estate Regulatory Authority established under this Act except where the area of land proposed to be developed does not exceed 500 square meters or the number of proposed apartments does not exceed 8 (All phases). Promoters cannot advertise or sell any plot or apartment in any real estate project without registration.
  • No registration is required if completion certificate is received for a project before commencement of this Act. In case of ongoing projects, the promoter shall register the project within a period of 3 months from the date of commencement of this Act.
  • All real estate agents shall also get registered with the Authority. Every registered real estate agent shall be granted a registration number by the Authority, which shall be quoted by the real estate agent in every sale facilitated by him.

Obligation

  • 70% of the amounts realised for the real estate project from the allottees shall be deposited in a separate account to be maintained in a scheduled bank to cover the cost of construction and the land cost and shall be used only for that purpose. The promoter shall withdraw the amounts from the separate account, to cover the cost of the project, in proportion to the percentage of completion of the project. The amounts from the separate account shall be withdrawn only after it is certified by an engineer, an architect and a CA in practice that the withdrawal is in proportion to the percentage of completion of the project.
  • A promoter cannot accept more than 10% of the cost of the apartment as an advance or application fee from any person without entering into a written agreement for sale with such person.
  • The agreement for sale shall specify the all particulars of development of the project like dates by which payments towards the cost of the apartment are to be made by and the possession date & the rates of interest etc.
  • The proposed project shall be developed and completed by the promoter in accordance with the sanctioned plans and specifications as approved by the competent authorities. The promoter shall not make any other alterations in plans of the buildings or common areas within project without previous written consent of at least 2/3rd of the allottees.
  • The promoter shall not transfer or assign his majority rights and liabilities in respect of a project to a 3rd party without prior written consent from 2/3rd allottees and the Authority.

Rights/Relief to buyers

  • Where any person makes an advance or a deposit on the basis of the information contained in the advertisement, prospectus or any model apartment and sustains any loss or damage by reason of any incorrect statement, he shall be compensated by the promoter. If the affected person intends to withdraw from the proposed project, he shall be returned his entire investment along with interest and compensation.
  • In case any defect in workmanship or quality of services as per the agreement for sale and it is brought to the notice of the promoter within a period of five years by the allottee from the date of possession, it shall be the duty of the promoter to rectify such defects without further charge, within 30 days. In the event of promoter’s failure to rectify such defects within such time, the aggrieved allottees shall be entitled to receive appropriate compensation.
  • If the promoter fails to complete or is unable to give possession of an apartment, plot or building in accordance with the terms of the agreement for sale or duly completed by the date in agreement or due to discontinuance of business or for any other reason, he shall be liable on demand to the allottees. In case the allottee wishes to withdraw from the project promoter shall return the amount received by him in respect of that apartment with interest and compensation. Where an allottee does not intend to withdraw from the project, he shall be paid, by the promoter, interest for every month of delay, till the handing over of the possession, at prescribed rate.

Opportunities for Chartered Accountants

  • Amounts from the separate account shall be withdrawn by the promoter only after it is certified by an engineer, an architect and a CA in practice that the withdrawal is in proportion to the percentage of completion of the project.
  • Promoter shall get his accounts audited within six months after the end of every financial year by a CA in practice, and shall produce a statement of accounts duly certified and signed by such CA and it shall be verified during the audit that the amounts collected for a particular project have been utilised for the project.
  • The appellant may appoint a Chartered Accountant or Company Secretary or Cost Accountant or Legal practitioner or any of its officers to present its case before the Appellate Tribunal or the Regulatory Authority.

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