Dashmeet Kaur

Dashmeet Kaur

Dashmeet Kaur is an experienced content writer, having proficiency in writing Legitimate content with comprehensive research. She also has a keen eye to detail and incorporating accurate facts.

A Complete Guide on GST for Bloggers & YouTubers

Indian Taxation System has consistently evolved ever since Goods and Service Tax rolled out in India. Due to the peculiar nature of GST, its applicability is still obscure to many new-age businesses. Amidst several other contemporary career fields, the Bloggers and YouTubers have made a prominent mark. The biggest speculation in this profession is how […]

What is the difference between FSSAI and AGMARK?

Food businesses are required to meet specific standards for labelling, manufacturing, packaging, etc. Earlier, every Indian product was governed by a separate act developed for that particular product such as Milk Products Order 1992, Vegetable Oil Products Order 1947, etc. However, as time passed by, several other products were added to the list, which created […]

Everything about NIC Code in Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Registration

National Industrial Classification code abbreviated as NIC Code is an imperative statistical standard developed to analyze and compare each business entity contribution in the asset development of the Indian Government. An accumulative data of multiple firms is used to measure economically active populace and its conveyance, arrange different types of labor, work insights of the […]

Completed Checklist & Documents Required for Trust Registration in India

The greater thing in life is not what you have but what you can offer to the society. In the metropolitan sphere, everyone is busy watering their dreams and is least concerned with social welfare. It is essential to make the world a better place by igniting the feeling of harmony, humankind, and charity. One […]

Classification of Activities Undertaken by Franchisees under Franchise Agreement

Anyone that intends to enlarge the business must have come across the growth strategy of franchising.  It is one of the fastest and most accessible modes of business expansion. A primary reason to choose the franchise business is its increasing success rate and corresponding decrease in failure rate.  The initial investment required to start a […]

An Analysis of Debentures issued as Collateral Security

Insufficient funds are imperative for any business, whether small or large. Several companies either issue debentures to the public in exchange for money or takes loans from banks by issuing debentures as collateral security. Collateral security implies the supporting security for a credit, which can be realized by the creditor if there is any default […]

Highlights and Challenges of Buyback of Shares

Buyback refers to the corporate action wherein a company purchases its own outstanding shares from the existing shareholders at a price higher than the market value. A company buys back its shares for an array of reasons, such as to inflate the value of remaining shares by reducing their correspondence supply in the open market, […]

The Concept of Creating Value through Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A)

With the rise in global competition, companies engage in more M&A transactions to attain top-line growth and increase shareholder value. Businesses tend to explore new avenues for sustainable success. Leading organizations are on constant pursuits to gain competitive edge, thus emphasizes on cost synergies, consolidation of resources, value creation through Mergers and Acquisitions. Though capturing […]

What is the Difference between Takeover and Merger?

With the change in time, the corporate world has undergone a whole new level of advancement. It compels all the small and medium enterprises to pace up with the dynamic structure. Those companies that fail to cope with the changes are either dissolved or taken over by large business entities. If you also struggle to […]

Advantages and Disadvantages of Preferential Allotment

A shortage of finances is inevitable while running a business that compels an entrepreneur to explore fundraising methods. The Company Act 2013 prescribes various ways to raise the company’s capital, which entail the right issue, sweat equity shares, employee stock ownership plan, IPOs, and preferential allotment. Amongst all the stated methods, preferential allotment seems to […]

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