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E- Accounting or Online Accounting is the application of Internet and business accounting function. Similar to E-Mail which is an electronic version of the traditional mail, E- Accounting is also an “electronic enablement” of lawful accounting which was traditionally manual and paper-based. E- Accounting is a new development in the field of accounting. It means that all your accounting transactions will be recorded in an online server or database.

Online Accounting through a web application is commonly based on a simple monthly charge and zero- administration approach to help companies and businesses to concentrate on major activities and avoid the hidden costs associated with traditional accounting software such as exchanging data files, installation, upgrades and backup.

E- Accounting makes use of computers and accounting software to record, store and analyze financial data. An Online Accounting system brings along with it various advantages that are unavailable to analog accounting systems such as elimination of mundane and time- consuming processes associated with manual accounting since all the calculations are handled by the software, accounting process becomes much faster, less complex and cost effective as well.

E- Accounting allows sharing of information all over the world. We can give good data to finance manager for better future financial planning. We can audit the existing accounts from any part of the world as well.


Goods and Service tax (GST) is an indirect tax levied on the sale of goods and services in India. GST is levied at every step in the production process, but is returned to all parties in the chain of producers except the final consumers. GST has replaced several cascading taxes levied by the central and state governments.

The tax rates, rules and regulations are governed by the GST council which comprises of Finance Ministers of the Central and all the State Governments. GST has simplified a large number of indirect taxes with a unified tax and is therefore expected to substantially reshape the country’s 2.4 trillion dollar economy.

Every person registered under the GST Act is required to periodically present the details of sales and purchases along with tax collected and paid thereon, respectively by filing online returns. Payment of tax is compulsory before filing the return or else such return will be invalid.

Thus training for E- Accounting and E- GST is essential.


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      Module 1- GST-Goods & Services Tax-By Chartered Accountant-(Indirect Tax)

    • Module 1.1 – Basic of GST Overview of Model GST Law
      • Principles
      • Important Definitions. (Section 2)
      • Why GST is Necessary?
      • Impact of GST.
      • Benefits/ Demerits.
      • Different Rates of GST.
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.2 GST Migration and Registration under Model GST Law with GST Rules & Formats
      • Migration of Existing Dealer.
      • Registration Structure under GST.
      • Persons required to be registered.
      • Process of Registration.
      • Amendment in Registration.
      • Cancellation of Registration.
      • Forms for GST Registration
      • GST REG-01- Application.
      • GST REG-02- Acknowledgement.
      • GST REG-06- Certificate.
      • REG-01 to REG-30
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.3 – Returns Under GST Section (37-48) with GST Rules & Formats – 10 Hrs
      • Definition & Important Notes to Return.
      • Types of Returns. (Annual Return, First Return, Regular Return)
      • Notice to Return Defaulters.
      • Levy of Late Fee.
      • Goods and Services Tax Practitioners
      • Various Return Form
      • e. GSTR-I, II ,III, 3B
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.4 – Refunds – Section 54-58 with GST Rule
      • Refund of Tax (Section-54)
      • Refund in Certain Cases (Section-55)
      • Interest on Delayed Refunds (Section-56)
      • Consumer Welfare Fund (Section-57)
      • Utilization of Fund (section-58)
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.5 – Input Tax Credit – Section 16-21 with GST Rules
      • Eligibility & Conditions for taking ITC (Section-16)
      • Block Credit (Section-17)
      • Availability of Credit in Special Cases (Section-18)
      • ITC for Job Work (Section-19)
      • ITC Distribution by ISD (section-20)
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.6 – Electronic Commerce in GST – Section 52
      • Definitions
      • Collect of Tax at Source – E Commerce
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.7 – Job Work & Composition Levy in GST
      • Special Provision for Job Worker
      • Composition Levy Section 10
      • Quarterly Return for Compounding Taxable Person GSTR-4
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.8 – Other Topics – with GST Rules & Formats
      • Payment of Tax, Interest, Penalty and other charges Section 49
      • Interest on delayed payment of tax Section 50
      • Tax Deduction at source Section 51
      • Tax Invoices Section 31
      • Time and Value of Supply Section (12-15) Chapter IV
      • Transitional Provisions Section (139-142) Chapter XX
      • FAQ
    • Module 1.9 – Government to Roll out E-way Bill
      • Identify E-Way Bill Generation Scenarios Under GST
        • Identify -various movements which take place on daily basis
        • Sale, purchase – goods sent for repairs, job work, sales return, purchase return, imports and exports
        • Transactions with unregistered dealers etc.
      • Fix Responsibility Fore-Way Bills
        • Agreements with business participants on roles/responsibilities
        • Updating E-Way Bill in case of change in conveyance
        • Breakdown of conveyance
        • Expiry of validity of E-Way Bill
        • Return of goods from customer premises without acceptance, etc.
      • Obtain GST Registration Number
        • Prerequisite for generation of E-Way Bill
      • ID From Transporters
        • Transporter ID needs to be available before goods are dispatched
      • Update Pin Codes
        • Pin codes are mandatory field in E-Way Bill formats
      • Generation login id password on E-Way Bill portal
      • Assess Personnel Requirement For Generation E-Way Bills
      • Assess Personnel Requirement For Generation E-Way Bills
        • Manpower which will require to undertake E-Way Bill compliances
        • Additional manpower particularly for initial few months till system stabilizes
      • Stay updated with developments in E-Way Bill
      • FAQ released by the government
      • regular updates from government
      • Module 1.10 – MODEL IGST LAW
        • Important Definitions. Section 2
        • Determination of Nature of Supply (Section 7-9)
        • Place of Supply of Goods and/or Services (Section 10-14)
        • Zero Rated Supply (Section 16)
        • FAQ

      Module 2 - Income Tax/TDS By Chartered Accountant-(Direct Tax)

    • Module 2.1
      • Terminology of income tax like P.Y, A.Y, Income, Assesse
      • Incidence of income tax
      • Residential status like ROR, RNOR, OR
    • Module 2.2 – Income Under Various Heads
      • Analytically-Income under head salary computation theoretically& by utility (Allowances, Perquisites, Retirement benefit)
      • Income under head house property
      • Income under head PGBP (corporate exposure) Real time calculation
      • Presumptive taxation u/s 44AB, AD, AE
      • Income under capital gain
      • computation in utility of CG Income
      • Exemption under 54 to 54H for capital gain
      • Income from other sources
    • Module 2.3 – Deduction from Income
      • Deduction u/s 80c to 80u
      • Income under head house property
      • Income under head PGBP (corporate exposure) Real time calculation
      • Presumptive taxation u/s 44AB, AD, AE
      • Income under capital gain
      • computation in utility of CG Income
      • Exemption under 54 to 54H for capital gain
      • Income from other sources
    • Module 2.4 – Assessments 0f Income
      • Assessment of Individual
      • Assessment of Partnership firm
      • Assessment of company
      • Assessment by ITD u/s 143(2), 144, 148, 153
      • MAT
      • AMT
      • RAIDS/Survey
    • Module 2.5 – Various Provisions
      • Clubbing of income
      • Set off and carry forwards of losses
      • Returns of Income u/s 139 from ITR-1 to ITR-7 for all assesse
      • AAgriculture Income
      • Advance Tax
      • Interest u/s 234A,B,C
      • Illustration on every topic
      • PPT on topics
    • Module 3 - Finalization of Balance Sheet/preparation of Finacial Statement - By Chartered Accountant

    • Analysis of Balance Sheet and its components as per Revised Schedule of Companies Act 2013.
    • Logical Process of preparing balance sheet on Excel of a company registered under companies Act.
    • An overview of Indian GAAP(Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) and Ind AS and its applicability on Finalization of accounts.
    • Comparative Analysis of provisions of Depreciation in Income Tax Act and Companies Act.
    • Bank Reconciliation Statement and its importance for finalization.
    • Year end Adjustment entries. (New Topic)
    • Deferred Tax (New Topic)
    • Real World demo of Grouping of Heads of income and expenses through trial balance.
    • Practical demo on linking skill of cells in Excel and preparation Financial Statement on multi excel sheet with its other component.
    • Financial Analysis (how to read the financial accounts of a Company – important ratio analysis) (New Topic)
    • Module 4 - Finacial Statement - By Chartered Accountant

    • Documentation in Finance for CC Limit/OD Limit
    • Project Reports
    • CMA Data
    • Practical Analytical Review of Reports
    • Stock Statement
    • LC(Letter of Credit)
    • Real WoLetter of Credit- How to Open the LC
    • How to Sanction the LC Limit from Bank
    • Documentation for LC Limit
    • Ratio Analysis
    • Bank Guarantee (Usage & Format)
    • Online Payment of Taxes
    • Module 5 - Customs / Import & Export Procedures - By Chartered Accountant

    • How to Deal with Import and Export
    • Import and Export Procedure
    • Import Documents
    • Import Procedure
    • How to Release the Dollar from Banks to Pay Outside India A-1/A-2
    • Export Procedure
    • Export Document
    • Bill of Entries
    • Bill of Lading

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