ICAI enters into an arrangement with Taxmann Allied Services Private Limited to provide the contents of its website (Income tax module only) at subsidised price to the members of ICAI
As an ongoing attempt to enable the members to keep pace with the latest developments in direct taxes, the Direct Taxes Committee of ICAI has entered into an arrangement with Taxmann, a reputed and a well- known publisher, wherein Taxmann has agreed to provide all the materials that are published and made available by Taxmann as part of its standard practice and procedure on Income Tax module at its web site www.taxmann.com at a subsidized price of Rs. 5100/- (plus taxes) p.a. visa- vis its market price which is Rs. 9900/-.
Further, Taxmann has also agreed to provide its Compliance Software- Taxmann’s One Solution at a subsidized price of Rs. 4000/- (plus taxes) p.a. vis-a- vis its market price which is Rs. 7500/-. With this, the Committee has tried to make available, relevant educational resources at a subsidized cost to the members, which in turn would enable them to discharge their functions in a more effective manner.
It may be mentioned that this facility is available to members of ICAI ONLY.
The detailed features of the site www.taxmann.com (Income tax module only) are given below:
133 years of Direct Tax Laws (1886-2018) covering more than 77,500 judgments of Supreme
Court/High courts since 1886 and Orders of ITAT
More than 14,400 Notifications, Circulars and other statutes and
More than 7200 Articles.
Various Reports and Guidelines issued by the Ministry of Finance.
Various charts & tables are available on topics like tax-free incomes, penalties, prosecutions,
dates with direct-taxes, deductions, allowances, etc.
Commentaries on each amendment since 1993 with an option to view Section-wise
Daily Bulletin for all case laws and statutory updates reported at www.taxmann.com
The validity of the said arrangement will be on or before 31st March,2019.
The link of the said arrangement will be made available to the members shortly.
Direct Taxes Committee of ICAI