watch_later 09/09/17

Being a chartered accountant I can feel the pain, all of us will be undergoing in coming month.

We have tax audits lined up before us.

GST is another headache. Dates are extended, and in October we have all important and big festivals so staff will be on leave. It will be unjustified if we deprive them of celebrating festivals.

What are your plans and how you plan to celebrate festival, give time to your family and deal with GST and Tax audits at same time?

1 Response | Latest response: 11/09/17 | Sort by Likes(thumb_up) Recent | GST Reply
watch_later 11/09/17

Dear Sir,

1) If you have festivals as priorities do it, none has compelled you to work. forget about your responsibilities or qualifications & opportunities.

2) Of course there are teething troubles (in GST) but government is giving enough relaxations in implementing it. Why you treat it as headache, it implies lack of your competience. Professionals should guide clients & customers this is certainly not any rocket science technology or difficult to handle themselves. Onlything is you want benefits without accountability & having no working methods in time frame hence feeling punch of pressures.


Adv. Anil Ranade



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