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A crucial shift from the use of the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) is gaining momentum, with news looking at the end of LIBOR by December 2021. This raises an alarm for a closer relook and maybe a tweak, on all transactions involving the use of this historically dependent base rate. Key tax/transfer pricing implications … Continue reading LIBOR Waning – The Countdown has begun – Is India geared up for the transition?
Access all the links in this article by signing up for free with Riverus Research Map for income tax here. There are some heads of income which are considered tax-free or exempt for the purposes of the Income Tax Act (“Act”). On the other hand, the Act allows certain expenses incurred exclusively for earning income … Continue reading Disallowance under Section 14A: an Analysis
If you are an avid reader, you would in all probability have read the novel 1984 by George Orwell. And if you did, you would remember the concept of Newspeak – a controlled language with restricted grammar and limited vocabulary. In the dystopian reality of the world weaved by the author, Newspeak is a powerful concept. Judge … Continue reading The Riverus Advantage Part 3 – Judge Speak
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Justice S. Ravindra Bhatt is one of the four judges elevated to the Supreme Court in the latest round of appointments. The elevation took place on September 23, 2019. Here is a brief background, experience, and insights on cases. Background Justice Bhatt completed his LLB from Delhi University and was enrolled in the bar in … Continue reading Judge Spotlight: Justice Sripathi Ravindra Bhatt
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