The Tax Tangle

January 2016
Business Today;1/3/2016, Vol. 24 Issue 26, p20
The article focuses on tax disputes between the Indian government and the corporate sector which has kept a large sum of money suspended. Topics include primary cause of tax disputes being confusing tax laws, long time cycle for tax related cases to be solved legally, and major part of tax disputes are related to income tax, public sector undertakings and sales tax.


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