Prof. Kanu Doshi on Taxation

Saturday, 09 August 2008 05:30 Written by  Abhishek Published in Point Blank Show
Albert Einstein once remarked, "Any fool can make things bigger, more complex and more violent. It takes a touch of genius and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." Prof Kanu Doshi is back. This time he fires away on India's convoluted tax structure in a user friendly manner that makes a technical subject like taxation lnteresting and entertaining. All our finance ministers from Chanakya to Chidambaram have steered India through a very eventful journey in the field of taxation and Kanu bhai pulls out fascinating anecdotes from his hat to take us through this ride. Hope you enjoy it!
 
Thousands of Indians have filed their tax returns just a week ago and this is a good time to know more about the whats and the whys of taxation.

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About the Prof. Kanu Doshi:

Mr. Kanu H. Doshi is a senior practicing Chartered Accountant and a Consultant to Association of Mutual Funds in India and several other Mutual Funds and companies on Taxation, Company Law and Financial matters. Mr. Doshi is a Director on the Boards of companies like Reliance Capital Asset Management Limited, BOB Capital Markets Limited and Edelweiss Capital Asset Management Limited. He has co-authored books on “Tax Holidays”, “Financial Accounting” and recently “Special Economic Zones”. His articles regularly appear in leading print publications in India. He is the Dean – Finance, at Welingkar Institute of Management, Mumbai where he teaches Corporate Tax Planning and Financial Management.