Acquisition of capital assets is an integral part of any investment decision for a business enterprise or a salaried employee. This topic assumes great significance as the tax is on passive income or unearned income and the reach is getting wider with interpretational issues. Keeping this is mind CCH India has come out with its latest publication “A Practical guide to Taxation of Capital Gains and Gifts” which is a comprehensive commentary dissecting the subject of capital gains and gifts tax issue-wise. First it starts by discussing the evolution of capital gains and gifts tax and moves into in-depth detail of various tax issues on immovable properties, shares and securities, international tax, private and public trusts, MAT and capital gains tax, losses provisions, etc.
The book authored N.S.Srinivasan, covers some of the recent developments in the real estate transactions, shares and securities or cross border transactions where there are growing controversies and practical issues. There are new forms of transactions in the real estate and shares/securities area which are captured exhaustively in this book.
This CCH publication has the most in-depth content in terms of coverage, especially regarding the practical issues faced in capital gains tax and gift tax provisions and is written by a practicing professional specialized in this area. The Author N.S.Srinivasan, B.Com, FCA, AICWA, CS, is a senior partner in Venkat & Vasan. He started his career with Brakes India Ltd and has been in practice for more than 2 decades since 1988. He has been a member of various committees of SIRC of ICAI, IFA and other bodies. He is a prolific speaker and has presented papers in seminars and conferences and specialized in real estate transactions, JV/collaboration arrangements, FEMA & Company law.
Thomas Abraham, Managing Director, CCH India, says “CCH continues to work with reputed authors on subjects of significant interest to professionals. The book seller community has accepted this book with great enthusiasm as this has potential across Tier 1 & 2 cities in India. Our portfolio of titles in 2011 has expanded significantly and will establish CCH as a publisher of the future for all professionals ”.
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About CCH India
CCH India (cchindia.co.in), a Wolters Kluwer company is the leading publishing and information services provider for Tax, Accounting and Legal professionals. CCH publishes a range of books in areas like Tax legislation, Accounting, Corporate Law and Management written by well-known authors in the Indian market. Additionally, CCH has a subscription based model with high quality content in areas like Direct & Indirect taxation, International taxation, corporate law and several other related topics arranged on the world class search platform “IntelliConnect”.
In addition to developing print and electronic content, CCH in India also runs customized and high quality seminars for professionals in the Tax, Accounting and Legal fields. In keeping with our global philosophy, CCH India's mission is to continuously deliver superior products and services to our customers, and commit to improving and strengthening these offerings and their underlying content.