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Spa Professional Practice VII

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Setting up practise, Income Tax, Service Tax, Establishing firm, Space, Capital investment, Sources of funds. Organisation …

Setting up practise, Income Tax, Service Tax, Establishing firm, Space, Capital investment, Sources of funds. Organisation
Income Tax, Service Tax, Insurance
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  • 1. Professional Practice VII
    Setting up practice
    SCHOOL OF PLANNING AND ARCHITECTURE, NEW DELHI
    March2010
  • 2. Setting up practice
  • Establishing firm
    • Proprietorship
    • 11. Partnership- only with Architects
    • 12. Define share
    • 13. Registration of firm
    • 14. No Pvt Ltd or public Ltd company
    • 15. Can not use title & style of an Architect
  • Space
    • Depends on size of an organisation
    • 16. 7 to 10 sq mt per person
    • 17. Usual spaces
    • 18. Reception
    • 19. Meeting / conference room
    • 20. Chamber for principals
    • 21. Studio
    • 22. Printing section
    • 23. Toilet, Pantry
  • Capital Investment
  • Sources of funds
  • Income tax
  • Income tax
    • Registration
    • 44. Firm to have PAN no.
    • 45. Architect to have PAN no.
    • 46. Employees to have PAN no.
    • 47. TDS (tax deducted at source) by
    • 48. Client, while making payment to the Architect
    • 49. Deposited with IT Dept
    • 50. Certificate issued to the Architect
  • TDS(tax deducted at source)
    • By Client
    • 51. while making payment to the Architect
    • 52. Deposited with IT Dept
    • 53. Certificate issued to the Architect
    • 54. By Architect
    • 55. While making payment to Consultants, Employees
    • 56. Deposited with IT Dept
    • 57. Certificate issued to the respective person
  • Annual Accounts
  • Service tax
    • Registration must
    • 64. for Architects having more than Rs 10 lakhs/ or as prescribed as annual turn over
    • 65. Payment & Collection
    • 66. Payable by client availing services of an Architect
    • 67. Collected by an Architect from his client
  • Service tax
    • Deposit
    • 68. Returns to be filed quarterly
    • 69. Deposit collected amount quarterly
    • 70. Delayed deposit attracts late fee, interest, penalty
    • 71. Deduct service tax paid to
    • 72. Consultants
    • 73. Telephone, courier, travel agent
  • Insurance
  • Provident Fund
    • For Partners
    • 78. For Employees
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