Governmemt Withdrew Companies Bill 2011

Two important bills slated for passage this session have been yanked back from Parliament for fresh tweaks, in another embarrassing climbdown by a government attempting to convey an impression of

SCHEME OF NEW COMPANIES BILL, 2011

A simple effort has been made to analyze the Companies Bill, 2011 along with brand new provisions as introduced in the Loksabha on 14th December, 2011 with the help of

Filing Financial Statements in XBRL mode without any additional fee

As per Circular No. 57/2011, a company is allowed to file the financial statements in XBRL mode without any additional fee up to 30th November, 2011 or within 60 days

Last Date for Filing Financial Statements in XBRL Format – (11-11-2011)

LAST DATE FOR FILING FINANCIAL STATEMENTS IN XBRL FORMAT Last date for filling of financial statements in XBRL formats in respect of specified companies is approaching (30th November 2011 or

Amendments of Corporate And Allied Law

Corporate And Allied Law(CA Final) Amendments and Circulars Relevant For CA Final November 2011 Exam. To Download click here

MCA extends Company Law Settlement Scheme, 2011 and time for filing DIN-4

MCA extends Company Law Settlement Scheme, 2011 and time for filing DIN-4 MCA extends Company Law Settlement Scheme, 2011 upto 15th December, 2011 and also extends time for filing DIN-4 for furnishing

Introduction to XBRL-Efiling of Balance sheet in XBRL Format

Introduction to XBRL-Efiling of Balance sheet in XBRL Format XBRL (Extensible Business Reporting Language) is another advanced reporting language of the XML family. XBRL ensures that the figures reported to

XBRL Filing date extended to 30/11/2011 !

  A sigh of relief for the companies who are required to file their Balance sheet and Profit and Loss account in XBRL mode as the Ministry of Corporate Affairs vide its

Statutory Auditors to Certify Financial Statements Filed in XBRL Format

Statutory Auditors to Certify Financial Statements Filed in XBRL Format The statutory auditors of all listed companies and also unlisted firms with a paid-up capital of at least Rs 5

Remuneration Limit Increased U/S 314 of Companies Act

The Central Government vide its powers confirmed under section 642 of the Companies Act , 1956 has raised the total monthly remuneration for the purpose of Clause (b) of sub