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  • Asked by Arpit Kakar on June 24, 2017, 11:55 a.m.

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    Can anyone file my AOC-4 form at MCA?

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  • Asked by Chiranjibi on June 23, 2017, 5:23 p.m.

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    What is Strategic Management framework?

    Yuvraj June 23, 2017, 5:25 p.m.

    Strategic Management framework is the process to go from where we are currently, to where we want

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    Strategic Management framework is the process to go from where we are currently, to where we want to be. It involves 5 steps 1) Where we are currently? It involves analysis of current situation of business in terms of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and weaknesses. 2) Where we want to be? It involves developing vision and objectives by analyzing where the organization wants to reach. 3) How might we get there? It involves generating alternative strategies to achieve objectives. 4) Which way is best? It involves selecting best alternative strategy. 5) Ensure arrival. It involves implementation and control of selected best strategy to ensure arrival at the future desired position. These steps are collectively called Strategic Management Framework. It is widely used by all organizations for achieving their goals.

  • Asked by Chiranjibi on June 23, 2017, 5:23 p.m.

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    How did ‘Business Policy’ evolve to its current form?

    Yuvraj

    Business Policy as a subject was introduced in year 1911 in the Harvard School of Business with th

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    Business Policy as a subject was introduced in year 1911 in the Harvard School of Business with the objective to equip future managers with knowledge of business policy so that to enable them to govern organization. Development in business policy arose from the planning techniques previously used by the managers. In earlier times, the business environment was not as it is nowadays. Therefore the planning techniques differed greatly from the present scenario. Following techniques were used in the past to run and manage businesses- • Day to day planning – Since businesses were not far sighted, the managers used to plan for each day. They were not customer oriented rather they were production oriented. But as things started changing, this technique started failing. • Capital Budgeting & Management by Objectives – Here the managers started using capital budgeting to plan for their business. This proved successful for some time and gave good returns. However, as things changed rapidly, It too lost its importance and became futile. • Long term planning – Now businesses became far sighted and thus started developing long term plans. But since business works in a dynamic environment, long term plans couldn’t sustain for long. Plans once implemented couldn’t work for long and thus made loss. • Strategic Planning – Afterwards, this technique came into being. This is usually developed by the top management and is future oriented. This entails entire organization and provides guidelines which facilitates decision making. After Strategic Planning, Business Policy was developed and is still widely accepted around the world. Following are the key points of business policy –  It defines rules and regulations of top management  It specifies limit within which the lower management can take decision without consulting the top management.  It provides guidelines to govern organization.  It deals with acquisition of resources for achievement of goals.

  • Asked by Tax on June 23, 2017, 11:43 a.m.

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    Suppose an advertising company deals with a party who is eligible for deduction of U-Tax section 194

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    Suppose an advertising company deals with a party who is eligible for deduction of U-Tax section 194C. Now, I know that my transaction with that party will cross the threshold limit of Rs. 75000 during the current financial year. Am I eligible to deduct TDS before it crosses Rs. 75000?

    Chiranjibi June 23, 2017, 11:47 a.m.

    Welcome to Thakurani Tax Overseer. I am Chiranjibi and I will be answering this query for you. Th

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    Welcome to Thakurani Tax Overseer. I am Chiranjibi and I will be answering this query for you. The TDS should be deducted at the time of credit of such amount by the way of cash, cheques, electronic transfer, demand drafts etc or the date of entry made on the books of accounts whichever is earlier and at the rates mentioned below: 1% if the payment is made to an Individual or HUF 2% if the payment to any other person You are not liable to deduct TDS if the invoice amount doesn't exceed Rs. 30,000. But also keep in mind that during a year, the aggregate sums paid to such contractor should not exceed Rs. 1,00,000. However, if you have a reason to believe that your aggregate payments will exceed the given limit of Rs. 1,00,000 in a year. You can deduct TDS even before it crosses such limit.

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