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Taxmann’s Finance Act 2021 'Commentary Combo’ for Direct Taxes | Master Guide to Income Tax Act, Master Guide to Income Tax Rules and Direct Taxes Law & Practice

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Taxmann’s Finance Act 2021 'Commentary Combo’ for Direct Taxes | Master Guide to Income Tax Act, Master Guide to Income Tax Rules and Direct Taxes Law & Practice Set of 3 Books, 2021 Edition in paperback mode. 

  •  Taxmann
  • Latest 1st (April 21)
  • 5484
  • English


Key Highlights

  • These notes(books), authored by Taxmann, Dr. Vinod K. Singhania, Dr. Kapil Singhania, Pradeep S. Shah & Rajesh S. Kadakia, are a COMBO for the following publications on Direct Taxes:

    • Taxmann’s Master Guide to Income Tax Act | 31st Edition | 2021
    • Taxmann’s Master Guide to Income Tax Rules | 28th Edition | 2021
    • Taxmann’s Direct Taxes Law & Practice | Assessment Year 2021-22 & 2022-23

    The key features of these notes(books) are as follows:

    • Taxmann’s Master Guide to Income Tax Act
      • Taxmann’s Master Guide to Income Tax Act, is a unique notes(books) that provides the following:
        • Section-wise commentary on the Finance Act 2021
        • Ready-referencer for all-important procedural aspects of the Income-tax Act.
        • Section-wise Digest of landmark rulings
        • Section-wise gist of all circulars and notifications which are still in force
      • The Present Publication is the 31st Edition, amended by the Finance Act 2021 & the Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Act, 2020. This book is authored by Pradeep S. Shah & Rajesh S. Kadakia, with the following noteworthy features:
        • [Division 1 | Commentary]: Section-wise commentary on changes made by the Finance Act, 2021
        • [Division 2 | Income Tax Practice Manual]:
          • Tabular presentation of all key provisions of the Act
          • Analysis of all procedural aspects of the Act
        • [Division 3 | Gist of all Circulars, Clarifications & Notifications (1961 – February 2021)] with Section & Alphabetical key for easy navigation
        • [Division 4 | Digest of all Landmark Rulings (1922 – February 2021)] with Section & Alphabetical keys for easy navigation
    • Taxmann’s Master Guide to Income Tax Rules
      • Taxmann’s Master Guide to Income Tax Rules, is a unique notes(books) which provides an in depth Rule-wise commentary on Income-tax Rules. It also provides the following:
        • Gist of all Circulars & Notifications, Press Notes, etc.
        • Judicial precedents on all controversial matters
        • Audit Reports/Reports of Accountants, etc. prescribed under Income-tax Rules
        • Applications/Certifications/Reports, etc. prescribed under Income-tax Rules
        • Authorities prescribed under Income-tax Rules
        • Returns/Statements, etc. prescribed under Income-tax Rules
      • The Present Publication is the 28th Edition, which incorporates all the amendments till the Income-tax (Fifth Amendment) Rules, 2021.
    • Taxmann’s Direct Taxes Law & Practice
      • Taxmann’s flagship commentary on Direct Taxes, has been the most trusted & bestselling commentary for experienced practitioners, for more than 20 years now. This book aims at not only making the reader understand the law, but also helps the reader develop the ability to apply the law. In other words, this books aims at providing the reader the following:
        • Acquire a familiarity with the various direct tax provisions
        • Awareness of direct tax provisions
        • The nature and scope of direct tax provisions
        • Up-to-date knowledge of how a statutory provision has been interpreted by different courts of law, on different occasions
      • The Present Publication is the Latest Edition for Assessment Years 2021-22 & 2022-23), authored by Dr. Vinod K. Singhania & Dr. Kapil Singhania, incorporating all the amendments made by the following:
        • The Finance Act, 2021
        • The Taxation and Other Laws (Relaxation and Amendment of Certain Provisions) Act, 2020
      • The salient features of this book are as follows:
        • [Thoroughly Revised] with a view to making the notes(books) more reader-friendly
        • [Lucid & To-The-Point Explanations] which have been arranged in paras & sub-paras with distinct numbers, to make the practitioners more efficient in their work.
        • [Theoretical Discussions Supplemented by Unique 600+ Illustrations] covering an exhaustive range of issues with reference to the latest Case Laws
        • [Tax Planning] Hints are given, wherever tax planning can be resorted to
        • [Coverage of Statutory & Judicial Precedents]
          • In-depth analysis of all provisions of Income-tax Act with relevant Rules, Judicial Pronouncements, Circulars and Notifications
          • Frequently asked questions for complex provisions
          • Gist of all Circulars and Notifications which are in-force
          • Digest of all Landmark Rulings by the Apex court, High Courts, and Tribunals
        • [Bestseller Series] Taxmann’s Bestseller Book
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                Dr. Vinod K. Singhania got his Ph.D. from the Delhi School of Economics in 1976. His field of special interest includes all facets of corporate legislation and corporate economics, especially tax laws.

                Associated in different capacities with several professional institutes and business houses in India and abroad, Dr. Singhania has authored many popular books and software published by Taxmann.

                He has to his credit more than 300 research articles that have appeared in leading journals. He has been a resource person in over 800 seminars in India and abroad.

                Dr. Kapil Singhania, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and belonging to the alumni of Shri Ram College of Commerce, has completed his research work for which he was awarded Ph.D. in 2003. His fields of involvement in research work in the form of articles in various reputed journals and analytical studies span across from corporate laws to direct and indirect taxation.

                He has authored a variety of acclaimed books on direct and indirect taxes published by Taxmann. Dr. Singhania is providing tax consultancy to several business organizations, which include multinational and public sector companies

                Pradeep Shah [B.Com. (Hons.) & FCA] is a practicing Chartered Accountant and a partner in M/s Chandrakant & Sevantilal and three other associate firms including two in Baroda, Gujarat.

                He has authored several books, namely:

                • Finance Acts, from 1991 to 2012 and 2016 to 2021; Published as part of Handbook or Master Guide to Income Tax Act, 1961, By Taxmann
                • VDIS,1997
                • Kar Vivad Samadhan Scheme
                • Taxation of Demerger,1999
                • New Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) Payable by Companies
                • Law relating to Transfer Pricing
                • Guide to Taxation of Long Term Listed Equity Shares
                • Co-Author the following books:
                  • “Value Added Tax – Simplified, Explained & Illustrated”
                  • “FAQs on Value Added Tax, Maharashtra”
                • Conceived and designed software for giving all India information about Sales Tax / VAT / GST Statutes and Rates

                He is also speaker at various workshops/seminars and has contributed papers in various courses on Direct Tax Laws.

                Rajesh S. Kadakia , B.Com, FCA, was a partner in M/s S. R. Batliboi & Associates, a member firm of Ernst & Young Global. He has written a number of books, including the following:

                • ‘The Law and Practice of Tax Treaties: An Indian Perspective’ (2008)
                • ‘Amalgamation of Companies’ (1994) published by Taxmann
                • ‘Master Guide to Income-tax Act’ (from 1991 to 2012) published by Taxmann

                He is the author of various online databases (www.legatax.in), including

                • Charitable Institutions Referencer (CIR) on taxation of charitable institutions.
                • Foreign Contribution Regulations Act Referencer (FCRAR).
                • Words & Phrases Referencer (WPR), a legal dictionary.
                • Interpretation Referencer (IR).

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