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A FEW WORDS ABOUT INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX Income tax is the most difficult subject to understand — Albert Einstein RAISE YOUR VOICE and make your voice be heard to Albert Einstein ‘Income Tax is the easiest subject’ Prove the world wrong and I know you can do it. What is complex? Nothing. Things are complex when you are not able to understand it. Inside the book discove A FEW WORDS ABOUT INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX Income tax is the most difficult subject to understand — Albert Einstein RAISE YOUR VOICE and make your voice be heard to Albert Einstein ‘Income Tax is the easiest subject’ Prove the world wrong and I know you can do it. What is complex? Nothing. Things are complex when you are not able to understand it. Inside the book discover income tax written in easy language associated with varied type of practical questions. In nutshell we can say this book is unique, innovative, no jargons, only simple tax. I can only say THIS IS THE BEST BOOK ON TAX which you can ever find it on whole world. We certainly hope this book shall be your proud possession. Every subject has its own techniques of understanding. Like Accounts needs practice and Income tax needs memory. There are five steps towards understanding Income tax. 1. Knowing and understanding the provisions. 2. Knowing and understanding the logic behind every provision. 3. Applying the provisions and practising the questions based on provisions. 4. Memorising the provisions with sections. 5. Revising and again memorising the provisions with sections. A very common question asked by the students is whether they should memorise the sections. It can definitely be said, you must. Now the question how you shall memorise the sections. Make a chart of sections in one page, it shall lay a roadmap, revise it every day and you shall achieve the impossible of memorising the sections. However do remember more than memorising of sections, the provisions are of the utmost important. If you follow the above techniques one day you shall certainly become THE master of Income Tax. Congratulations in advance. WHY THIS IS INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX India’s No 1 book on taxation is designed to sharpen problem solving skills of taxation enthusiasts. The wide range of topics chosen links tax to every theory part discussed. The objective of this book is to challenge intelligent students gifted in taxation, with extra ordinary questions. Further more stimulating and interesting taxation problems will bring out creativity in students. Solutions will help students reconfirm their strength in solving such stimulating and not so ordinary questions. INDEPTH CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE X (THEORY + PRACTICAL). Most of the tax provisions derived its logic from economics. Few logic from accounts. Few to intention to evade tax. We shall give you the exact and correct logic to explain the provisions of law. This is theory. Then from this theory many types of practical questions are made. We shall do variety of practical questions so that you can apply the theory to practical situations. We sincerely believe tax is about money. Our students should definitely know where to invest to maximise the return & minimise the tax. MOST IMPORTANT WE TEACH “HOW TO INTERPRET THE LAW”. This knowledge shall help you not only in exams but also in interview and while you are in job or in practice. This is real education. All our lectures are oriented towards this direction only. Therefore we write “Your education in tax is BEST if you can give tax ADVISE” WHO BURDENED YOU WITH INCOME TAX? . Income tax was introduced for the first time to the world in Britain by Pitt, the younger in the year 1799 . Tax on income was accepted without enthusiasm as a temporary means to raise money for the Napoleonic wars and was allowed to lapse in 1815, after Waterloo. In the USA also, it came as a temporary measure to bolster flagging revenues during the civil war in 1861 and was repealed in 1871.


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A FEW WORDS ABOUT INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX Income tax is the most difficult subject to understand — Albert Einstein RAISE YOUR VOICE and make your voice be heard to Albert Einstein ‘Income Tax is the easiest subject’ Prove the world wrong and I know you can do it. What is complex? Nothing. Things are complex when you are not able to understand it. Inside the book discove A FEW WORDS ABOUT INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX Income tax is the most difficult subject to understand — Albert Einstein RAISE YOUR VOICE and make your voice be heard to Albert Einstein ‘Income Tax is the easiest subject’ Prove the world wrong and I know you can do it. What is complex? Nothing. Things are complex when you are not able to understand it. Inside the book discover income tax written in easy language associated with varied type of practical questions. In nutshell we can say this book is unique, innovative, no jargons, only simple tax. I can only say THIS IS THE BEST BOOK ON TAX which you can ever find it on whole world. We certainly hope this book shall be your proud possession. Every subject has its own techniques of understanding. Like Accounts needs practice and Income tax needs memory. There are five steps towards understanding Income tax. 1. Knowing and understanding the provisions. 2. Knowing and understanding the logic behind every provision. 3. Applying the provisions and practising the questions based on provisions. 4. Memorising the provisions with sections. 5. Revising and again memorising the provisions with sections. A very common question asked by the students is whether they should memorise the sections. It can definitely be said, you must. Now the question how you shall memorise the sections. Make a chart of sections in one page, it shall lay a roadmap, revise it every day and you shall achieve the impossible of memorising the sections. However do remember more than memorising of sections, the provisions are of the utmost important. If you follow the above techniques one day you shall certainly become THE master of Income Tax. Congratulations in advance. WHY THIS IS INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX India’s No 1 book on taxation is designed to sharpen problem solving skills of taxation enthusiasts. The wide range of topics chosen links tax to every theory part discussed. The objective of this book is to challenge intelligent students gifted in taxation, with extra ordinary questions. Further more stimulating and interesting taxation problems will bring out creativity in students. Solutions will help students reconfirm their strength in solving such stimulating and not so ordinary questions. INDEPTH CONCEPTUAL KNOWLEDGE X (THEORY + PRACTICAL). Most of the tax provisions derived its logic from economics. Few logic from accounts. Few to intention to evade tax. We shall give you the exact and correct logic to explain the provisions of law. This is theory. Then from this theory many types of practical questions are made. We shall do variety of practical questions so that you can apply the theory to practical situations. We sincerely believe tax is about money. Our students should definitely know where to invest to maximise the return & minimise the tax. MOST IMPORTANT WE TEACH “HOW TO INTERPRET THE LAW”. This knowledge shall help you not only in exams but also in interview and while you are in job or in practice. This is real education. All our lectures are oriented towards this direction only. Therefore we write “Your education in tax is BEST if you can give tax ADVISE” WHO BURDENED YOU WITH INCOME TAX? . Income tax was introduced for the first time to the world in Britain by Pitt, the younger in the year 1799 . Tax on income was accepted without enthusiasm as a temporary means to raise money for the Napoleonic wars and was allowed to lapse in 1815, after Waterloo. In the USA also, it came as a temporary measure to bolster flagging revenues during the civil war in 1861 and was repealed in 1871.

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