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Yogesh Katariya is Chartered Accountant from ICAI and has an extensive post-qualification experience of 13+ years in the field of Direct Taxation (Income Tax), NRI Taxation, DTAA and Succession Planning also involved in managing various roles under his subject-level expertise. He is a Senior Partner in S P A Y & CO, a firm of Chartered Accountants based in Pune and having its Branches at Mumbai, Ahmednagar, Nashik and Aurangabad. He is working as Virtual CFO on many Startups and MSME.
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TaxYadnya is a Knowledge Bank or say a Knowledge Book of Income Tax in India. The concepts are explained in the most simplistic manner on Income Tax in India. It is always updated with latest Income Tax information. If you want latest Tax slab, latest EPF rates, latest Gift Tax rules, latest ITR forms, latest section 80D limits, etc. you will find it all here.
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