• All the companies registered under the Companies Act, 2013.
  • Any previous Company law, whether public or private and whether having a share capital or not, are required to maintain proper books of accounts under the provisions of section 128 of the Companies Act, 2013.
  • Companies have also to get their Books of accounts audited as required under section 139 of the Act.
  • Audit is an examination of accounting records undertaken with a view to establish the correctness or otherwise of the transactions reflected therein.


  • Section 44AB of the Income-tax Act, 1961 contains the provisions for the tax audit of an entity.
  • These provisions, tax audit shall be conducted by a Chartered Accountant who ensures that the tax payers have maintained proper books of account and complied with the provisions of the Income-tax Act.
  • To help in the cumbersome and time consuming process of return processing by the Income tax department, assessing officer helps and assist in computation of assessee’s total income in accordance with the tax laws, audit under section 44AB of Income-tax Act, 1961 is required.
  • Tax audit is also required to ensure proper maintenance of books of accounts in accordance with the provisions of tax laws and to ensure that tax liability has been discharged on time and there is no concealment of income by the assessee.
  • Tax Audit conducted by a Chartered Accountant is reported to the Income-tax department in Form no. 3CA/3CB and Form no. 3CD along with the income tax return.
The following person are required to get tax audit done in the given cases:
  1. A person carrying on business if the total sales/ turnover exceeds Rs. 1 crore during the previous year relevant to assessment year.
  2. A person carrying on profession if the Gross receipts exceeds Rs. 50 lakhs during the previous year relevant to assessment year.
  3. Also, the person who has opted for computing profits and gains of business on presumptive basis under section 44AD earlier and 5 years have not lapsed since then but the assessee has opted out of such presumptive income and his income exceeds the ceiling for chargeability of income tax, is also required to get tax audit done.
  4. Further where a person has opted for presumptive scheme under section 44ADA and he claims his income lower than the deemed profits and his income exceeds the ceiling for chargeability of income tax, is also required to get tax audit done.


  • Every registered person, whose turnover during the financial year exceeds the prescribed “GST audit turnover limit” i.e., 2 crore rupees, shall get the accounts audited by a Chartered Accountant (CA) or a Cost and Management Accountant (CMA).
  • Registered person who is required to get his accounts audited in accordance with section 35(5) shall submit electronically the Annual Return as per section 44 along with a copy of the audited statement of accounts and a reconciliation statement, reconciling the value of supplies declared in the return furnished for the financial year.
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  • Complying with international transfer pricing guidelines is challenging at best.
  • As local authorities around the world become more protective of their tax revenues, international transfer pricing is under increased scrutiny, and noncompliant pricing practices are much more likely to result in tax penalties and significant interference in your business from regulatory authorities.
  • No matter what their size, companies need to pay strict attention to ensure that their international transactions are compliant with transfer pricing guidelines in each jurisdiction, robust enough to stand up to increased scrutiny from tax authorities, and designed to mitigate unintended tax exposures

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