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CA Sakshi Gupta  

CA in Practice
4Year  1Month  experience

I am an ACA with 4 years of post qualification experience in various fields of accounting - Direct/Indirect Taxation, Auditing & Assurance, Filings, Book Keeping, Govt. Registrations & Compliance.

  
   
 
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Address

R-5/104
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
Pin code - 201002

Availability

Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr,Sa

9:00 am - 7:30 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✔ Payroll Management
✔ Govt.Registrations and Licenses✔ GST
✔ 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

Industry Experience
✔ Agriculture✔ Automobiles
✔ Banking✔ Consumer Markets
✔ Education and Training✔ Engineering
✔ Financial Services✔ Healthcare
✔ Infrastructure✔ Insurance
✔ Manufacturing✔ Media and Entertainment
✔ Real Estate✔ Science and Technology
✔ Services✔ Telecommunications
✔ Tourism and Hospitality✔ Urban Market
Education
    B.com,CA,MBA
Associated with (Firm / Company Name)
    Sakshi Gupta & Associates
Awards and Recognitions
    Speaker at National Convention for CA students, Best leader award in GMCS 53 Ghaziabad

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Rajesh

1 Months ago

Does a Pvt. Ltd. Company director needs to use his DSC to file his personal ITR?

CA Urvi Gandhi     31 Aug 2018

No. Its not mandatory

CA Sakshi Gupta     3 Sep 2018

Hi
No the DSC is not required. The return can be verified through Aadhar OTP.

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Senthil

1 Months ago

I'm looking to borrow money from the market against collateral for fixed interest payment over one year. In the books - Will the repayment of borrowed money + interest treated as liability/Loss?

CA Sakshi Gupta     3 Sep 2018

Hi
Amount borrowed will be treated as liability and the interest will be treated as your expense.
The interest will be reflected in your profit and loss account and loan amount will be reflected in your balance sheet

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