Interestingly enough, a trusted Rockstar insider has also recently claimed that Take-Two Interactive, the studio's publisher, has been pushing for a faster and more frequent game release schedule, implying that GTA 6 could be coming as "soon" as GTA 5's Trevor Phillips himself has suggested. … [Read more...] about GTA 6 development seemingly confirmed by Rockstar’s latest tax return
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In her budget speech, the finance minister said the surcharge was increased considering rising income levels and, therefore, taxpayers in the higher income bracket should contribute more towards nation's development. One would have to wait for Budget 2020, to be presented on February 1, to see what is coming out to neutralise the increased tax rate for super rich. … [Read more...] about Budget 2020: Should there be a rethink on super-rich tax?
NEW DELHI: The Goods and Services Tax Council will reject requests by telcos for a refund of input tax credit of Rs 36,000 crore, Bihar deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi told ET, dashing hopes of any financial relief for the beleaguered telecom sector. “The GST Council has not considered this issue and even if it does come up for consideration, it will not be accepted,” said Modi, the convener of the Group of Ministers on Integrated GST. “And such a huge amount, there is no question of refund.” Telecom service providers have been urging the government to refund the input tax credit or adjust the amount against their statutory dues. They have sent several requests to the finance ministry. Input tax credit worth some Rs 18,000 crore for Reliance Jio Infocomm, about Rs 10,000 crore for Bharti Airtel and roughly Rs 8,000 crore for Vodafone Idea is currently with the finance ministry. The telcos are seeking a refund of taxes paid on inputs such as equipment … [Read more...] about Telecom companies won’t get input tax credit refund: Sushil Modi
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Greater clarity on Brexit allowed Ireland to increase economic growth forecasts for this year and next on Thursday, as it also estimated for the first time how changes to global tax rules could leave it 2 billion euros worse off by 2025. … [Read more...] about Ireland ups GDP forecasts but flags corporate tax dip
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