Friday, July 24, 2009

Budget 2009 Analysis-Deloitte - Videos

Safe-harbour provisions will reduce uncertainty (Krishnan Parameshwaran)

Alternative dispute resolution for TP is expected to lead to reduced litigation (Krishnan Parameshwaran)

There were expectations on Advance Pricing Agreement (Krishnan Parameshwaran)

Security and privacy services catching up (Giridhar Rao)

Robust information security policy required in companies (Giridhar Rao)

Online banking and ecommerce growing (Giridhar Rao)

Promise of growth in villages (S. Ravi Veeraraghavan)

Story of India is of people who will come up the hard way and survive the long term (S. Ravi Veeraraghavan)

Possibility of legislated CSR (S. Ravi Veeraraghavan)

Is IFRS convergence expected to happen as per announced deadline (Ananthi Amarnath)

Enterprises analysing the impact of IFRS on topline and bottomline (Ananthi Amarnath)

More momentum required for IFRS convergence (Ananthi Amarnath)

Challenges that manufacturing companies face when switching over to IFRS (Ananthi Amarnath)

Revenue recognition, a major area of focus for service companies moving to IFRS (Ananthi Amarnath)

Uncertainty that is holding companies back from IFRS exercise (Ananthi Amarnath)

Global examples of IFRS transition (Ananthi Amarnath)

Has IFRS momentum suffered due to economic slowdown (Ananthi Amarnath)

How can internal audit department deliver more value to organisations (P. Shankar Raman)

Are internal and statutory audits happening in silos (P. Shankar Raman)

External internal audit vs Internal internal audit (P. Shankar Raman)

Assessees can make the best use of the Department's Web and email facility for solutions to tax problems (K. Venkatakrishnan)

Measures that simplify tax procedures and administration (K. R. Sekar)

How is the Tax Code likely to be (K. R. Sekar)

Merger of Authority for Advance Ruling is welcome (K. R. Sekar)

Stability in economy will attract foreign investment (K. R. Sekar)

Domestic demand is getting the attention of Indian companies (K. R. Sekar)

Implications of safe harbour provisions (K. R. Sekar)

Potential for greater use of alternative dispute resolution in taxation (K. R. Sekar)

Indirect taxation system has been gradually becoming less cumbersome (Krupa Venkatesh)

Hopes are that GST will be implemented in an orderly manner (Krupa Venkatesh)

Experience from VAT as a precursor to GST (Krupa Venkatesh)

Indian indirect taxation as a source for supply chain case studies for management students (Krupa Venkatesh)

Unorganised sector increasingly brought into mainstream through indirect taxation (Krupa Venkatesh)

Prices of goods will see rationalisation in GST (Krupa Venkatesh)

Will GST introduction result in a fall of revenue (Krupa Venkatesh)

How can compliance be increased (Krupa Venkatesh)

Increase in the number of services a temporary phenomenon (Krupa Venkatesh)

Impact of service tax on Railways (Krupa Venkatesh)

Improvement needed in tax procedures and refunds (Krupa Venkatesh)

Corporates look for support to growth from Government (Rajesh Srinivasan)

There may not be much scope for structuring salary (Rajesh Srinivasan)

Technology adoption by the tax administration (Rajesh Srinivasan)

Gift tax has come back in a slightly modified form (Rajesh Srinivasan)

Will we see a revival of inheritance tax (Rajesh Srinivasan)

Awareness of wealth tax is low (Rajesh Srinivasan)

Lower rate for corporates with fewer exemptions may be a better approach (Rajesh Srinivasan)

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