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CA Rahul Agarwal  

CA in Practice
8Year  12Month  experience

I am a Chartered Accountant with 6 years of experience in Kolkata associated with a partnership firm and do all types of accounting, finance, taxation etc assignments

  
   
 
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Address

Gate no:1, 5'th floor
Poddar Court, Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Pin code - NA

Availability

Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr,Sa

10:00 am - 7:00 pm

Services

✔ Business Incorporation✔ Fund Raising (Debt / Equity)
✔ Accounting / Book keeping✔ Company Auditing
✔ Compliances✔ Financial Consulting and MIS
✔ Direct Taxation✔ Indirect Taxation
✔ Corporate Asset Management✔ Personal Wealth Planning
✔ Mergers & Acquisition / Investment Banking✔ Govt.Registrations and Licenses
✔ Intellectual Property✔ Corporate Restructuring
✔ Corporate Registration & Verification✔ FEMA Compliances Consulting
✔ Corporate Legal Consulting✔ Business Tax Planning and Management
✔ Business Planning & Initiation✔ Financial Services / Funds Raising
✔ Internal Audit✔ GST

Industry Experience
✔ Automobiles✔ Banking
✔ Cement✔ Consumer Markets
✔ Education and Training✔ Financial Services
✔ Healthcare✔ Infrastructure
✔ Insurance✔ IT & ITeS
✔ Manufacturing✔ Pharmaceuticals
✔ Science and Technology✔ Steel
✔ Textiles✔ Tourism and Hospitality
Education
    B.com (Hons),CA
Associated with (Firm / Company Name)
    Pankaj Agarwala & Associates
Awards and Recognitions
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Dileshwar Singh Deshmukh

1 a year ago

Hi, I changed my job recently, from let's say company X to company Y. Company X has the policy to serve 90 days notice & in case of any short notice same gets recovered from employees full & final settlement. However, company Y promised to pay short notice recovery levied by company X. Amid all these what happened is, Company X recovered from me Let's assume 120/- = 100/- short notice recovery + 20/- GST. But company Y reimbursed 100/- as short notice recovery amount but I actually received 80/- = 100/- short notice recovery - 20% TDS. Overall due to Taxes (GST & TDS) involved I ended up losing 40/-, hence the question is "Can I claim some portion of 40/- & how" Please help

CA Rahul Agarwal     2 Jun 2018

Hello Dileshwar, The employee can claim TDS while filling there income tax returns. Please call us on 7259165604 for further suggestions.

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Biswajeeta Dalabehera

1 a year ago

Is it good to close housing loan in early tenure

CA Rahul Agarwal     28 May 2018

Hello, It depends on what nature of income you have? Structure,how much you wish to repay etc. Please call us on 7259165604 for further details.

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Rakesh

1 a year ago

Hi am looking to understand applicability of presumptive tax - 44ADA on my professional services and also looking for tax filing services against the same. Please revert

CA Rahul Agarwal     18 May 2018

Hello Rakesh, Let us know what guidelines you need for 44ADA, you can contact us on 7259165604 to guide you in detail.

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Vishal

1 a year ago

I own a apartment flat in bangalore which I want to give on rent. The flat is in my name and registered to my PAN number. I have another HUF PAN card for my family. Is there a way I can display my rent income to the HUF PAN card.

CA Rahul Agarwal     26 Apr 2018

Hello Vishal, You need to show as your income not as income of HUF..

CA Ankur Jain     2 May 2018

no

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Bappa D

1 a year ago

I am having resident savings account in 3 banks . I have redesignate one account from one bank to NRO just after reaching abroad. (Not yet NRI as per IT act yet ..) ... My question is if I do not redesignate other bank accounts due difficulties in doing so from out side india .. will it be problem ? If yes what can be the consequences ??

NA Na Na     11 Apr 2018

I think you meant Resident as per IT act
However in this case the condition to convert your bank account starts immediately after you move abroad.
So you have to get the accounts converted to NRO/NRE as the case may be.
Further if you don't plan to use the other two accounts and let it be as it is - then no consequences

CA Rahul Agarwal     11 Apr 2018

As per FEMA regulation, when a resident’s status changes to NRI the resident savings account have to be converted to an NRO account. In simple words, it’s illegal to maintain a saving bank account for NRIs. Most of the people make a mistake of maintaining a resident saving bank account even after becoming an NRI. However, the law does not allow it.
Banks prescribe specific forms for the conversion of existing savings accounts to NRO accounts. Forms can be obtained from the bank or downloaded from the bank website.
Documents: A new account opening form also needs to be submitted to support the conversion request. Address proof of the overseas address must also be provided. Copies of the applicant’s passport, valid visa or work permit and OCI/PIO card (if applicable) must be submitted.

If you have already moved abroad without completing this formality, you can get copies of all your documents attested by the Indian Embassy or Notary and send them to the branch.

In the present case, Once the status changes to NRI the redesignation should be done.

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John Reddy

1 a year ago

If we sell land which is registered in my name , but the money is transferred by the buyer to another person's bank account then who pays the tax? Will it be me who is selling the land but has not got any money? Or will it be the person to whose account the money has been transferred by the buyer?

CA Rahul Agarwal     10 Apr 2018

Taxability arises once the asset is transfered, You are required to pay tax on capital gain as soon as you acquire right to receive the price in lieu of the asset transferred irrespective of the time of actual receipt.Capital gain are charged on accrual or receipt basis.

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Sai Natha Reddy Buchupalli

1 a year ago

I am a student and I did online tutoring.my total earnings in financial year are 20,000/-only and there is no other source of income.TDS of 10% has already been deducted.I am not interested in tax refund.Is it mandatory to file returns?

CA Rahul Agarwal     8 Apr 2018

Its not mandatory to file return of income but it is recommended to file as you will be asked clarification of not having claimed tds jn near future. To avoid complexities to give appropriate reply in future its our recommendations to file return and claim credit.

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Shahrukh Khan

1 a year ago

My pf account is not open yet due slight mistake in my name in adhaar card. Its been 2 months since the pf amount started deducting and as my pf account is not open yet, my contribution came to my bank account but my employer contribution did not come. My question to you is will i get those 2 months employer contribution in my pf account if I open pf account this month?

CA Rahul Agarwal     8 Apr 2018

The employer should have not transferred to your bank account, your employer has to open an account in PF for you and his and your contribution will go into that

Check with your employer on this, further the employer contribution is part of CTC and he is bound to transfer to your PF account

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Sagar Khurana

1 a year ago

I have taken total 9.5 lakh from brother through online banking in fy 2017-2018( 2.5 lakh on 4-april-2017, 2 lakh on 10 may 2017, and 5 lakh on 18-dec-207). All the transaction are through online banking. Then I have returned back 9 lack to my brother through online banking on 1-jan-2018. As per my knowledge all above transaction are non-taxable events( Gift). I and my brother have not made any GIFT deed for the above transactions. Is it compulsory to make GIFT deed for online banking transaction in blood relations to show as gift. If GIFT deed is compulsory, then Can we make one gift deed of all the above transactions now and if yes then how we can make gift deed for backdate online transactions

CA Rahul Agarwal     8 Apr 2018

Making of gift is recommended but not mandatory in this case. Gift deed if desired could have been done before effecting a transaction.

Since there has been short term requirement of 9.5 lakh out of which 9 lakh has already been returned. You can either treat balance of 50k as unsecured loan from brother or gift as per your convenience. Income tax officer will not in ang way treat this as an income as this is an exempt transaction

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Ashwani Kumar

1 a year ago

Sir, I am a web developer, along with this, I also make online payments with my Credit Card (in my name) of my clients who are not familiar with computers and have minimum charges from them. Total of payments including charges reaches near about Rs. 4, 00,000 in a financial year.
Sir, Now I want to start a manufacturing SME unit to manufacture engineering goods and want to keep web designing as part-time works where I also will make payments for my clients with my personal Credit Card. Sir, My question is, After having GST Number in my new proprietorship firm, would there be some issues to fill my personal ITR.

CA Rahul Agarwal     3 Apr 2018

You need to maintain proper books of accounts and include the net charges as your income and then accordingly file your ITR

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