India is a very complex business regime, so much so that it always ranks in the last few countries in the qease of doing businessq surveys. This position has not improved in the many years and will take time to change even when a new business friendly regime is in place. The problem of complex legal system is compounded by lack of basic legal knowledge on part of the public and entrepreneurs. Mostly, legal issues in any business are over looked even by the incubators and accelerators. While providing state of the start facilities they totally ignore the need for quality legal services. While things are not going to change any time soon, there is a solution whereby the founders can learn the basic legal principle of business in India and things that will prove helpful in taking sound legal decisions. This book is a step in that direction and introduces the necessities of Indian law to the entrepreneurs and students in a short and precise manner (so that valuable time is not lost). This book is written while keeping entrepreneurs in mind, it is highly useful even to those who want to learn legal principles of business. THE BOOK HAS BEEN UPDATES WITH INPUTS FROM REVIEWERS.The best way to do this is to get a service tax registration; there are other registrations as well such as that with labour department, a VAT/Sales tax ... doing business and when income is likely to exceed the exemption limit of income tax.
|Title||:||Legal Foundation for Startups|
|Publisher||:||Kathachitra Publication - 2014-07-11|