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Feb 12, 2019
Govt may exempt DPIIT-certified startups from angel tax; likely to raise investment limit to Rs 25-40 croreThe consideration assumes significance as several startups have claimed to receive angel tax notices, impacting their businesses.
Feb 07, 2019
I-T Department to soon decide on startups to be exempted from angel tax; multilayer checking system in place to find eligible firmsLast month, the government eased the procedure for seeking income tax exemption by startups on investments from angel funds and prescribed a 45-day deadline for a decision on such applications.
Jan 25, 2019
Angel tax exemption for startups: DIPP invites views from stakeholders for better implementation of procedureOn 16 January, the government eased the procedure for seeking income tax exemption by startups on investments from angel funds and prescribed a 45-day deadline for a decision on such applications.
Dec 27, 2018
Resolve taxation issues being faced by startups getting angel funds: Suresh Prabhu to Arun JaitleyThe issue assumes significance as several startups and angel investors have raised concerns over notices received from income tax authorities.
Dec 20, 2018
Angel tax concerns: Startups required to seek tax exemption from inter-ministerial board, says govtSeveral startups have raised concerns on taxation of angel funds under Section 56 of the Income Tax Act, which provides for taxation of funds received by an entity.
Mar 27, 2018
Sebi to discuss various stock market reforms at board meet tomorrowSebi plans to bring in additional disclosure requirements for listed corporates undergoing insolvency resolution process as well as amend norms pertaining to minimum public shareholding norms and other provisions for such entities
Dec 22, 2017
Black money in startups? Angel tax is in fact obstructing entrepreneurship, say expertsThere is no math that can say how a valuation is arrived at for startup. There is no profitability matrix. Valuation cannot be linked to revenues. So why this tax?