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CA Karteek Konejeti  

CA in Practice
10Year  5Month  experience

I am a CA and CMA with 9 years of experience in Accounting, Auditing and Taxation.

  
   
 
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Address

Labbipet
Vijayawada
Pin code - NA

Availability

Mo,Tu,We,Th,Fr,Sa

10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Services

✔ Business Incorporation✔ Accounting / Book keeping
✔ Company Auditing✔ Compliances
✔ Financial Consulting and MIS✔ Direct Taxation
✔ Indirect Taxation✔ Mergers & Acquisition / Investment Banking
✔ Payroll Management✔ Govt.Registrations and Licenses
✔ Intellectual Property✔ FEMA Compliances Consulting
✔ Internal Audit✔ GST

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Padmakumar G

1 a year ago

Flat purchased for Rs.1570000 in Pune from Builder as per per agreement dated Aug 2005 completed and possession taken in Sept 2006, sold on 10th May 2019 for Rs.7000000. What is the Capital Gain Amount and how much amount can be invested in Section 54EC Bonds ?

CA Karteek Konejeti     2 Sep 2019

Hi..Need further details and it requires personal consultation. Please contact us @ karteekcacma@gmail.com

CA Naman Maloo     2 Sep 2019

Your capital gain would be around 34 lakh and tax on same would be around 7.2 lakh. You can invest entire 34 lakh within 6 month and save entire tax.
For further consultation you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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Nitin

1 a year ago

I am employed with Singapore based firm in India and paid USD in my Indian saving account per month. As there is no tax deduction from Employer end, no Form -16 is generated. How can I claim exemption under section 10 for HRA, LTA etc and other tax exemption and how to submit proof for the same? Thanks

CA Naman Maloo     10 Jul 2019

You need to check your salary slip if you are getting such break in your salary slip then only you can claim it.
If you need any assistance in filing your return you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

CA Karteek Konejeti     11 Jul 2019

As far as i understood, you must be rendering freelancing services. Are they issuing form 16A ?

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Ash

1 a year ago

Hi I have a question regarding lease of a 10000 (8600+1400) sq yards land, development and what to expect as rent and if there are any red flags I should watch out for?

CA Karteek Konejeti     12 Jun 2019

Could you please elaborate your query ?

CA Naman Maloo     12 Jun 2019

You must consult a Professional personally rather than posting it here as its more of proper consultation rather than a clear query

If you need any further assistance you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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Gourav

1 a year ago

Sir i want to run quiz app to earn real money with pay u money integration.i am invidual person can i run this with my saving account .can i run it without any obstruction

CA Karteek Konejeti     12 Jun 2019

Hi.. As you are starting a business, it is advisable to open a Current account instead of savings account. Current account is meant for trading activities. If you have any other doubts then please contact me @ karteekcacma@gmail.com

CA Naman Maloo     12 Jun 2019

First of all you must open a current account as bank might refuse to manage so many transaction for your saving account.

Also remember you are liable to deduct TDS if amount of winning is above 10000 for a person.
If you need any assistance you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

Gourav     12 Jun 2019

Sir but I am using kotak bank account. Payu money gateway accept saving account. Can I have to pay tax on saving account balance received from this

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K Nik

1 a year ago

My father (retired from service 7 years ago) inherited sum of Rs.10 lacs from his uncle. The money was in form of FD which is now transferred to my fathers account. Will there be any tax he suppose to pay?

CA Karteek Konejeti     11 Jun 2019

You could consider it as a gift and it is received from a relative. Hence same is not chargeable to tax. For any queries please contact me @ karteekcacma@gmail.com

CA Naman Maloo     11 Jun 2019

Your father would have paid tax on interest earned by him?
Also since for your fathers uncle your father was not a relative he can taxed for that. We need to discuss it further.
If you need any consultation you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail,com

CA Suresh Bharathwaj     11 Jun 2019

Not Taxable as received as inheritance however interest income on the above is taxable

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Vishal

1 a year ago

I purchased a flat jointly with my wife in which my wife is co-owner as well as co-borrower.but my wife is not working and her contribution towards emi of loan is nil.the total emi of home amount of loan is being paid my me only.
Can I claim tax exemption on 100% interest amount of home loan or will it be based on property share?
In our property paper,share proportion of property is not mentioned anywhere.

CA Karteek Konejeti     6 Jun 2019

You can claim 100% interest amount. For any queries, pls contact me @ karteekcacma@gmail.com

CA Naman Maloo     6 Jun 2019

Technically you both should take 50% benefit of interest but since you are paying 100% interest you can claim the benefit.
If you need any further assistance you can mail me at canamanmaloo@gmail.com

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