ICAI enters into an arrangement with TAXMANN to provide the contents of its website only at Rs.3500/- to the members of ICAI - (23-01-2012)
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As an ongoing attempt to enable the members to keep pace with the latest developments in direct taxes, the Direct Taxes Committee of ICAI has entered into an arrangement with Taxmann, a reputed and a well known publisher, wherein Taxmann has agreed to provide all materials that are published and made available by it as a part of its standard practice and procedure on its website www.taxmann.com at a subsidized price of Rs. 3500/- p.a. vis-a- vis its market value which is Rs.7500/-. With this, the Committee has tried to make available, in a timely manner, relevant educational resources at a subsidized cost to the members, which in turn would enable them to discharge their functions in an effective manner.
It may be mentioned that this facility is available to members of ICAI ONLY. The detailed features of the site www.taxmann.com are given below:
127 years of Direct Tax Laws (1886-2012) covering 42000 judgments of Supreme Court/High courts since 1886, 19000 Orders of ITAT, 10500 Notifications, 2100 Circulars and 6000 Articles
100 years of Company Law (1913-2012) covering 9800 Judgments/Orders of Supreme Court/High Courts/SAT/CLB/CCI/CAT/ATFE on company Law/Securities Laws/ Foreign Exchange Laws. The Laws covered are Company Laws, Securities Laws, Foreign Exchange Laws, Competition Laws, Banking & Insurance Laws, Other Corporate Laws, 150 Acts, 350 Rules, 900 Forms, 6000 Circulars, 2500 Notifications and 2500 Articles.
Complete Data on Service Tax (1994-2012) covering 5800 Judgments of Supreme Court/High Court/CESTAT, Acts, Rules, Circulars, Notifications, Articles
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