Digital News World

Companies, consultants grope in the dark to meet GST deadline

by www.moneycontrol.com
While the government wants to rollout GST from July 1, lack of clarity on tax rates has made it difficult for companies to set aside funds for future tax liabilities.
Read Full Article On www.moneycontrol.com
Latest
When the president of the United States violates the Constitution there must be a way for a federal court to hear the case and provide a remedy. Three different lawsuits have been filed against Pr
The case seemed open and shut. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Sgt. Justin Walter told a jury how he had pulled over a sport utility vehicle for an expired registration tag. The veteran sergeant went
Crippling deficits and a nightmarish national debt are popular, recurring tropes in American politics: Every few months, politicians and the pundit class seem to recall that we’re broke. While som
Marukyan said practical steps must be taken to ensure the implementation of the agreement and protection of interests of Armenian citizens.
The pub chain headed by vocal Brexit-backer Tim Martin will plough £13million into building a new hotel and pub in Dublin, Ireland as it also opens new bars in the UK.
A points expert, tech founder and cancer survivor shares her insider tips for how to travel for cheap —or free.
It’s one of the core questions in the debate over minimum wage: Does hiking the pay floor lead businesses to cut hours and jobs? A much-anticipated study released Monday by a team of researchers a
Arbitration can be an effective tool to resolve contract disputes without going to court. But employers shouldn’t be able to force workers into arbitration in contravention of worker protections e
Soon this morning, the Supreme Court will issue its final rulings of the term. We’ll be covering them via Essential Washington, so keep an eye on that national news feed throughout the day. Immigr
A federal judge in Detroit will consider Monday whether to put a temporary hold on the deportation of scores of Iraqi nationals swept up in immigration enforcement raids around the country in rece
Sony Pictures Entertainment was running out of options for its most valuable film franchise, Spider-Man. After 15 years and five movies of web-slinging, and $4 billion in global box office, the st
In the immediate aftermath of the EU referendum, Midas recommended three companies whose shares were likely to prove resilient to the Brexit shockwaves.
The British economy and business are facing a hidden cost from the political chaos created by Brexit and the shock General Election result. A raft of issues that have been the sources of fury or cri
A soft drinks company set up in East London five years ago has landed its first supermarket deal that will see its hipster cola stocked in Waitrose from tomorrow.
The Co-operative Bank has axed the planned sale of the business as it is close to striking a deal on a rescue package with its existing investors.
Special offers for ‘free’ or ‘two-for-one’ prescription sunglasses are being heavily advertised in the high street as the sun beams down and we gear up for the summer holidays.
The chance to pocket a tax-free 25 per cent lump sum from your retirement fund when you stop working is one of the most popular perks of saving into a pension.
“If your income is not enough to cover your expenses, you have to borrow,” finance minister Vardan Aramyan explained.
A change to the way compensation is paid out in personal injury claims is partly to blame for the hike, along with rises to insurance premium tax.
London - The price of Brent crude-oil, a reference product kept in stock for delivery in August, opened high on Monday in the London Market, with the barrel being traded at USD 46.04, representing a v
State-run banks will reduce in number but get healthier to stand up to competition from global banks
I was born March 1955 but I am told that my pension age is 66. Have they bought the date forward again without telling us?
Banks say relationship with customers with regard to lockers is that of landlord) and lessor
Lubango - The state-owned National Power Supply Company (ENDE) in the southern Huila Province wants to recover a debt of four million kwanzas acquired by customers, with a view to using this money to
Congressman-elect Jimmy Gomez has always served in the majority party, but enters Washington when Democrats aren't in control.
Jailed Chinese Nobel Peace laureate and dissident Liu Xiaobo has been released on medical parole after his May 23 diagnosis of late-stage liver cancer. Liu's lawyer Mo Shaoping told The Associated
A holiday is costly enough without the added horror of returning home to find your bank statement littered with extra fees and charges after using your card overseas.
Luacano - A fish fair kicked off last Friday in Luacano Municipality, in the eastern Moxico Province, with the participation of 32 exhibitors, an event whose inauguration ceremony was chaired by the
The leader of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, Arlene Foster, has returned to London and hopes to finalise a deal to prop up Theresa May's government.
All politics are local. That’s long-proven dogma. One gleaming example involves the Los Angeles River. The L.A. River is a key negotiation point in legislative talks to create a state water and pa
Luanda - The Ministry of Finance has recently signed agreements with the oil companies of Total, Chevron, ExxonMobil, ENI, BP and Satoil, which have brought to an end the 10-year litigation regarding

Recent News

Why the cloud is the key to boosting workforce productivity in the mid-market

Growing cloud adoption has now made it possible for small to medium sized businesses to deploy collaboration technology.
Read Full Story

Office 365: Approvals, forms and workflows for Outlook

3rd party plugin support could have the potential to make Outlook the go to choice for collaboration.
Read Full Story

UK Parliament email hack - the industry reaction

The security industry gives its view on Friday’s attack, which saw the email accounts of UK MPs hit by unknown attackers.
Read Full Story

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 rumour roundup: Everything we know so far

Read Full Story

OnePlus 5 receiving OxygenOS 4.5.2 OTA update, brings camera optimizations and more

Read Full Story

Honor 8 Pro coming to India on July 6, will be Amazon exclusive

Read Full Story

Popular Finance

Lawmaker from Armenia’s Yelk bloc wants EEU agreement flaws fixed

Marukyan said practical steps must be taken to ensure the implementation of the agreement and protection of interests of Armenian citizens.
Read Full Story

Trump's 'emoluments' defense argues he can violate the Constitution with impunity. That can't be right

When the president of the United States violates the Constitution there must be a way for a federal court to hear the case and provide a remedy. Three different lawsuits have been filed against Pr
Read Full Story

Must police disclose past accusations against them before testifying? The answer could overturn an L.A. County drug case

The case seemed open and shut. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Sgt. Justin Walter told a jury how he had pulled over a sport utility vehicle for an expired registration tag. The veteran sergeant went
Read Full Story

Why don't deficit hawks care about the cost of military adventurism?

Crippling deficits and a nightmarish national debt are popular, recurring tropes in American politics: Every few months, politicians and the pundit class seem to recall that we’re broke. While som
Read Full Story

Travel For Free: Tips From A Woman Who Scored $54k In Business Class Tickets

A points expert, tech founder and cancer survivor shares her insider tips for how to travel for cheap —or free.
Read Full Story

Scalextric maker Hornby boosted by shareholder acquisition

Shares in Hornby steamed ahead this week after the model train maker was the subject of a mandatory takeover from its largest shareholder
Read Full Story

Best debit and credit cards for overseas spending

A holiday is costly enough without the added horror of returning home to find your bank statement littered with extra fees and charges after using your card overseas.
Read Full Story

Car insurance premiums soar 15.7% in a year

A change to the way compensation is paid out in personal injury claims is partly to blame for the hike, along with rises to insurance premium tax.
Read Full Story

Should you take your 25% tax-free pension lump sum?

The chance to pocket a tax-free 25 per cent lump sum from your retirement fund when you stop working is one of the most popular perks of saving into a pension.
Read Full Story