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Business landscape is constantly evolving everyday with increasing need of risk assessment, regulatory compliances, globalisation of financial services and escalating cross-border transactions (mergers and acquisitions). As a result, businesses are finding it increasingly difficult to adhere to global compliances and manage business complexities.

With our expertise in corporate and tax laws and advisory services, we deliver value by combining knowledge of local laws, qualitative research and grass-root intelligence, and act as catalyst for growth of business. Our scale, reach and intellectual capital enables us to develop relationships and deliver effective responses. Our customised approach has been appreciated by our clients as evidenced by their continued trust and confidence in us.

At S. JAYKISHAN, we create value for clients through our intelligent and fervent intervention. Our firm of Chartered Accountants has the perfect balance of knowledge and experience to deal with the ever changing business scenario. Our service strategy, fine-tuned over four decades, integrates three powerful forces:

a) The ability to provide a process driven approach, customized to meet specific client requirements;

b) The continuity of professional service that comes from high staff retention rates and rewarding of new talent.

c) A culture of integrity, exploration, innovation and client satisfaction.

KnowledgeBase – Recent Articles

Analysis of Provisions of Finance Bill, 2021

Analysis of Provisions of Finance Bill, 2021

– By Team S. Jaykishan

India’s Union Budget 2021, the first digital budget, touted as the most important budget in the decades, came at a time when India is reeling under the COVID-19 crisis. It reflects the government’s commitment on digital economy, technology, innovation, and R&D alongside adoption of new-age technologies, such as AI and ML, in administration of companies, taxation, digital payments and focus on fin-tech.

The Union Budget clearly enumerates [...] Read More >>

GST e – Invoice

GST e – Invoice

– CA Nidhi Agrawal

GST has been changing ever since its launch. The new buzz word in the area is ‘GST e-invoice’. GST e-invoice aims at curbing GST evasion through issue of fake invoices and also aims at making the returns filing process simpler for businesses. To start with initially the GST Implementation Committee have made the e-invoicing applicable for registered persons having turnover > 500 Crores.

The article compiles and discusses e-invoice, what businesses needs to do, to [...] Read More >>

A compilation of COVID-19 related disclosures made in the Auditor’s Report & Financial Statements of Listed Companies

A compilation of COVID-19 related disclosures made in the Auditor’s Report & Financial Statements of Listed Companies

– Team S. Jaykishan

The below article is a compilation of the disclosures made in the audit report and financial statements by some of the listed Companies in their Annual Report of Financial Year 19-20 in relation to the COVID – 19 outbreak. The document is updated last on 11th of June, 2020.

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Actionable Claim u/s 2(1) of the CGST Act, 2017

Actionable Claim u/s 2(1) of the CGST Act, 2017

– By CA Nidhi Agrawal

This Article draws reference to Section 2(1) of the CGST Act, 2017 which defines actionable claim as:

“actionable claim shall have the same meaning as assigned to it in section 3 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882”

Section 3 of the Transfer of Property Act (TPA) provides that:

“actionable claim means a claim to any debt, other than a debt secured by mortgage of immovable property or by hypothecation or [...] Read More >>

Analysis of Provisions of Finance Bill, 2019

Analysis of Provisions of Finance Bill, 2019

– By Team S. Jaykishan

The Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her maiden budget in Modi 2.0 Government in Lok Sabha on July 05, 2019. This Budget has closely watched to understand the Government’s directional framework for the next five years which is guided by the dictum of “blue sky thinking” and making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024-25.

The FM’s speech aimed at Vision for the decade to be achieved by [...] Read More >>