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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India wil​l be conducting​ ​Technology enable​ment conclaves throughout the country for both member as well as non-member Chartered Accountants. Tally Solutions will support the initiative as technology partner. The theme of the conclave will be based on Information Technology in GST – Enabler or Necessity. The sessions aim to highlight how the use of right technology will help CAs manage GST compliance for themselves and their clients in a smooth and efficient manner. The first of these events was being held on 29th July in New Delhi at the India habitat Centre.

 

Speaking on the occasion, CA Nilesh Shivji Vikamsey, President, ICAI, said, “I am very clear in my mind that Technology in GST is a necessity. We need to equip our members (Chartered Accountants) to partner with the technology providers, so that the ultimate aim of the government of a smooth GST implementation is achieved. For the first time in Indian history, a joint federal tax system has come between the Centre and the States. It’s a path- breaking law, where tax is jointly going to be levied. With GST, I am sure India as a nation will grow to greater heights.”

 

Bharat Goenka, Managing Director, Tally Solutions, added, “GST is the first tax regime which is fully technology based. This will leapfrog India as one of the best indirect tax regimes in the world, and Chartered Accountants are playing a very important and appreciable role to make this transition successful for the country. We are proud and delighted to be workings with the ICAI on this journey, and look forward to contributing in the pan-India conclaves with them. The aim is to hear the challenges on the ground, and provide perspectives on how technology will help simplify their lives, and those of their clients.”

 

While CA Atul Gupta, Chairman, IT Committee of ICAI and Former Chairman Indirect Taxes Committee of ICAI, shared the important role Chartered Accountants are playing in taking this reform to all corners of the country.

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