Coaching Classes big evaders

I want to let GST authorities know that most coaching classes in India are big evaders of gst and income tax. 95% of them dont pay gst and 80% dont pay income tax as they take money in cash.

Government needs to crack down on all such businesses who evade taxes because othwrwise the only option is to increase Income tax for rich or gst for products which will hurt middle class and even the poor.

Members of this circle should help Govt identify all such sectors where big evasion is happening. more  

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Still we are lucky that they feed us taking health risk more  
Dear All: In these days of the Covid 19, the baniyas and local grocers are minting money in CASH. They refuse to accept credit cards and accept only hard cash. Hence they will not show any income due to the lock down wherein fact they have made lakhs. they jack up the prices of any article which does not show a MRP and we are forced to buy it due to hardship. What has the government done to us and what sort of people are the grocers to make money from innocent folk. This is our legacy and the Almighty will look to it. more  
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In the current Pandemic situation we continue to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments closely. The health and well-being of our associates, clients, and our employees is of utmost importance to us. As a partner to your business, we also expect that the current situation may have an impact of some delay in our services. We are taking necessary measures for the safety of our staff including encouraging work from home, rotation of Workload and functions and other measures.

India has completed over 60 days of a country wide lock-down. In India the lock-down has now been extended by the Indian Government and various state governments until 31st May 2020. Although the authorities have relaxed certain norms for Private Offices, we at KMC are currently continuing in "Work from home" (WFH) mode as the safety and wellness of our Clients and Employees is of utmost importance to us.

We are keenly focused on our preparedness efforts to maintain a safe work environment and to continue providing uninterrupted services to you. However it is possible that the current situation may result in some delay in our replies and responses. We sincerely regret the inconvenience caused to you.


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Escalation: Sameer Mehta: +919820355459
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To all our clients who are sustaining their business through this crisis, we are with you in these difficult times. To those Clients servicing the nation as part of the essential services, we are proud to be associated with you.


We sincerely advise you to keep calm and not to panic and take necessary precautions as advised by the Government. Together we will pass over this difficult times. Stay Safe.

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Thank you for your understanding !

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You are correct Mr. Rai. But note that even 50% of the Schools do this and they fools us like anything. So, what schools teaching to our Children is really can't be digested at all. It should start from Schools that every one should think of their Country first and then the rest. Bring all the schools under GST irrespective of their turnover. Once audited reports are submitted if they are eligible for refunds, refund them otherwise they evade and teach only that to others. more  
Dear Client,

In the current Pandemic situation we continue to monitor Coronavirus (COVID-19) developments closely. The health and well-being of our associates, clients, and our employees is of utmost importance to us. As a partner to your business, we also expect that the current situation may have an impact of some delay in our services. We are taking necessary measures for the safety of our staff including encouraging work from home, rotation of Workload and functions and other measures.

India has completed over 60 days of a country wide lock-down. In India the lock-down has now been extended by the Indian Government and various state governments until 31st May 2020. Although the authorities have relaxed certain norms for Private Offices, we at KMC are currently continuing in "Work from home" (WFH) mode as the safety and wellness of our Clients and Employees is of utmost importance to us.

We are keenly focused on our preparedness efforts to maintain a safe work environment and to continue providing uninterrupted services to you. However it is possible that the current situation may result in some delay in our replies and responses. We sincerely regret the inconvenience caused to you.


Our Work From Home Contact details are as under:

Work From Home Help Desk : +91-8104361542

Audit and Tax WFH Desk: Arpit Jain +91-9833408745
Suchi Vora: +91-8356005823
Karan Chheda: +91- 9930837831
Prashant Phalke: +91- 8898998003

GST Help Desk: Manit Chauhan: +91-8454933515
Rakesh Patel: +91-7678051114

International Taxation and Remittance Desk : Priyanka Shah: +91-9773882663


Escalation: Sameer Mehta: +919820355459
Viral Mehta +91-9819619296


To all our clients who are sustaining their business through this crisis, we are with you in these difficult times. To those Clients servicing the nation as part of the essential services, we are proud to be associated with you.


We sincerely advise you to keep calm and not to panic and take necessary precautions as advised by the Government. Together we will pass over this difficult times. Stay Safe.

We value the trust that you have placed with us and request your support and understanding in this regards.

Thank you for your understanding !

Regards,

Sameer/ Arpan

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- KIRAN MEHTA & CO.
Chartered Accountants
Office No: 11,12 & 13, 2nd Floor
Medows House, Medows Street,
Flora Fountain,
Mumbai 400 001, India

Direct : 91-22-67495277
Board Lines : 91-22-67495263 -77
Fax : 91-22-22641135
Email : sameer@kiranmehtaca.com
Skype : sameer50

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