Enforcement Directorate And Income Tax Officials Continue Their Investigation At SCDCC Bank

The Enforcement Directorate officials, as well as the Investigation group from the Income Tax Department, continue on with their investigation last December 27 against the South Canara District Central Cooperative Bank’s supposed money laundering at Mangalore, its primary office. An investigation of the South Canara District Central Cooperative Bank The officials went to the office Monday, too, as part of the investigation. On Tuesday, the bank was requested to pause their transactions for more than a couple of hours in […]

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Surviving a SARS Audit With Insurance

The e-Filling system from the South African Revenue Service (SARS) is free and is also easy to use even by common people. But can one afford to defend themselves once SARS decides to audit their assets? The simple solution: getting an insurance. The majority of personal income tax evaluations done through the e-Filling system do not take a more than four minutes to complete, but as SARS happens to be under pressure to raise the revenue collection, taxpayers selected to […]

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ATO Audit: Are You Next?

The Australian Taxation Office‘s data matching programs are triggering some red flags increasingly where the data that was provided originated from an external source. Even if someone has not attracted the Australian Taxation Office or ATO’s attention before, he or she can already be a subject of their reviews or total audits. The ATO gets their data from multiple sources. These sources include: Department of Immigration and Border Protection Share registries (the sales and the dividends) eBay and any other […]

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The Evolution And Future Of Eco-Friendly Packaging

March 16, 2016 – The excessive consumption of people have brought upon numerous problems to the world. Excessive consumption would ultimately lead to excessive waste production which means that there is a proliferation of waste products being produced or thrown away every year that contributes to the world’s growing environmental problems. To help the world out and avoid the reality that is climate change, people must re-evaluate their usage of non-renewable resources so that they would come up with newer […]

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Oil Prices Climb After The Death Of Saudi Arabia’s King

Oil’s value significantly climbed after the death of King Abdullah. Saudi Arabia is the leading oil producing nation in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. While the country has been mourning the passing away of the leader, the news that there is a new development in oil prices brings a positive impact to oil’s status. The futures in New York and London closed to as much as a 3 percent increase. The rally occurred after the royal court of Saudi […]

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The 2015 Economy: Asian Markets Not to Fear

On January 13, 2015, Asian economies’ worries were erased after China made a statement saying that its economy has not slowed down. This timely announcement from China’s camp came as speculations came in that China’s economy is dwindling down at a steady pace. Global Outlook The International Monetary Fund has lowered its forecast of global economic growth to 3.5 percent. This was short three tenths of a percent from its pronouncement earlier. There has been a gloomy global economic positioning […]

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