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CA Question Papers With Answers

Today We are discussing the CA Question papers, As per the survey, Chartered Accountancy is deemed to be the toughest course in India. Every year, thousands of students enroll themselves for CA Course but still, there are only 2,85,000 Chartered Accountants in our country. Everyone has an opinion that reason for such ratio is the tough passing percentage maintained by ICAI. But only a CA Student knows what is the reason behind their failure. Learning things is easy but remembering and performing them in the exam is actually tougher and this is the point where most of the students lack.

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CA Final Result May 2018 – Date, Pass Percentage & Merit List

ICAI has released the notification according to which CA Final result will get declare on 20th July 2018 around 6.00 PM along with CPT and CA Foundation. Beside the above result, ICAI will also issue a Merit list which includes the name of students who secured more than 55% marks in aggregate and place their name in Top 50 students all over India. On this page, we will share you the procedure to Download your CA Final May 2018 Result, the procedure to check your result through SMS and Email, Revaluation and Verification of Answer sheets. CA Final Result May 2018

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CA Exam Pattern for Foundation, Intermediate and Final

Want to know the CA Exam Pattern 2018?? Chartered Accountancy Course is divided into four levels CA Foundation, CA Intermediate, 3 Years Articleship Training and CA Final. Each level test students on different paper patterns based on their level and maturity. ICAI has a tendency to bring changes as per the demand of industry time to time. It has revised the whole syllabus on 01/07/2017 in which CA Foundation has replaced CPT, CA Intermediate has replaced CA IPCC and CA Final (new course) has replaced CA Final (Old Course). And once again, ICAI has issued a notification where ICAI bought

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What to Do After Failing in CA So Many Times

CA XYZ sounds a lot better than Mr. / Mrs.XYZ…………………….. And what else can give you a better feeling than becoming a Chartered Accountant.!!! Chartered Accountancy is divided into three levels where the first level is CPT whose average result takes between 30-35% after that IPCC where the average result remains 10% and last CA Final where the average result is up to 10%. That means if 1000 students get enrolled in CPT, only 300 students will reach to the next level i.e. IPCC and out of these 300 students only 30 can crack this level and become CA Finalist

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Section 44 AD, 44 AE & 44 ADA of Income Tax Act- Presumptive Taxation

Presumptive taxation has come into effect to reduce the compliance burden of small taxpayers. Under the presumptive taxation, small taxpayers neither have to maintain books of accounts nor they require to get them audit. Sec 44AD.44ADA and 44AE deals with the presumptive taxation under the Income Tax Act 1961. Section 44AD deals with the business people which says that if aggregate sales in the Financial Year is less than 2 crore then the person is eligible to take its benefit. Section 44ADA deals with the professionals which says that if the value of services provided is less than 50 lakhs

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CA Final Study Material for Old and New Syllabus (November 2018)

From this page, you can download the CA Final Study Material for both new and old syllabus. There are plenty of reference books available in the market for studying CA Final Course. But nothing can beat the ICAI material. CA Final Study Material new syllabus for November 2018 is available here in PDF format, also, CA final study material for the old syllabus for November 2018 attempt is available in PDF format too.  If You are Looking for CA IPCC Practice manual follow the link and download it now! It guides the students towards better presentation and deep understanding of

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CA Final Question Papers with Answers(May 2018)

Download CA Final May 2018 Question Papers with suggested answers from here. May 2018 CA Final Examinations have been started and will be conducted from 2nd May 2018 to 16th May 2018. Students can download all the Ca Final Question Papers with solutions from the given links. Looking for CA Final Study Material ? Follow the link download it now! CA Final exam papers of may 2018 for Old Scheme and New course are available here, download CA Final Solved Papers and get an estimate of your result. Suggested Answer Key will be provided Shortly. Students can download CA final Syllabus

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CA Final Registration Form: Procedure, Fees, & Last Date

 In today’s article, we are sharing you the CA Final Registration Procedure, its fee structure, last date for the submission of CA Final Registration form. Once you are done with both the groups of CA IPCC, you have to get yourself register for the CA Final course. ICAI has revised the CA Curriculum where students who are getting registration in the CA Course on or after 1st July 2017 have to register themselves with the new scheme. As you are aware that CA Final exams conduct twice in a year May and November. The students before appearing in CA Final

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CA Final Syllabus for May 2018

CA Final, just one more step to becoming a Chartered Accountant. From the given page you can download your CA Final Syllabus for may 2018. ICAI CA Final May 2018 Syllabus Download PDF  CA Final Syllabus for May 2018 is divided into 2 groups Final Syllabus is further divided into 4 subjects in each group which are as follows – Group 1 Paper 1: Advanced Accounting Paper 2: Management Accounting and Financial Analysis Paper 3: Advanced Accounting Paper 4: Corporate Laws and Secretarial Practice Group 2 Paper 5: Cost Management Paper 6: Management Information and Control Systems Paper 7: Direct

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Sec 54, 54F & 54EC of Income Tax Act: Exemptions from LTCG with Examples

Exemptions under Sec 54, 54EC and 54F of Income tax act are a big relief for the assessee from the Capital Gain Taxation. If assessee does not avail the benefit of these sections, he would be liable to pay tax at the rate of 20% on the Long Term Capital Gain(LTCG) Here in the given article, we will share you the provisions of the above section and also show how to avail the benefit of such – Sec 54 Income Tax Act: Exemption from CG through the sale of Residential House Property The assessee has to pay Capital Gain on