About RS Sahota HUF
We are a Jatt Sikh “Hindu Undivided Family” (HUF), known as “RS SAHOTA HUF”. The Karta of “RS SAHOTA HUF” is Mr. Raminder Singh Sahota. RS SAHOTA HUF consist of the Karta Sh. Raminder Singh Sahota, 1st Co-parcener is the wife of Karta Smt. Gurdeep Kaur Sahota and 2nd Co-parcener is the Son of Karta, Mr. Anmol Sahota.
Profile of Sh. Raminder Singh Sahota – Karta – Latest photograph
Date of birth: 12-05-1951
Qualifications: B.Com; PG Dip BM & IA; CAIIB; MICA.
E-Mail Address: email@example.com
Pensioner of Indian Navy: Served for 11.5 years, from September 16th, 1967 to May 31st, 1979
Pensioner of Reserve Bank of India: Served for 20 years, from September 8th, 1982 to May 31st, 2001
Impaneled: “Administrator” by Registrar of Co-operative Societies, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, New Delhi
Residence cum Office: B-404 Lovely Home CGHS Ltd, Plot-5, Sector-5, Dwarka, New Delhi- 110075
Virtual Office: 308 Aggarwal Tower, Plot-2, Sector-5 MLU Plaza, Dwarka, New Delhi- 110075
(1) CEO, Virtual Office in Delhi: https://virtualoffice.org.in
(2) CEO, GST Suvidha Kendra – Dwarka – https://gstsk.in
(3) Returning Officer to conduct a free and fair election of Managing Committee
(4) Providing Consultancy and Legal services for all litigation to CGHS and Members of any CGHS.
(5) Providing free sub-domain name, webspace, website development, and hosting to co-operative group housing societies in Delhi as a web-site gift from Consultant cum Returning Officer of C0-operative Group Housing Societies and RWA elections, during the time of election process.
Independent observer for MC/AGM/SGM
Any co-operative group housing society can appoint me as their independent observer to conduct a general body meeting in just Rs.5,000/- per meeting. We will provide timely advice and consultancy to manage your meetings.
Returning Officer to conduct the election
Any co-operative group housing society can appoint me as their Returning Officer to conduct a fair election of the Managing Committee in just Rs.10,000/-. We will provide timely advice and conduct the election on the premises of your co-operative society. We will also make a web site for your society.
Some of the cases are such, which can be resolved within the society and some have to be contested or fought at the appropriate legal authority, registrar, forum, or court of civil or criminal nature. The “Consultant and Returning Officer” will enable you to decide, if required.
Being a life member of ICA- Indian Council Arbitration a part of FICCI – Federation of Indian Chambers of Industries. Any co-operative society or RWA having any dispute among the society and the member shall be resolved by us under the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996.
Profile of – 1st Coparcener
Smt. Gurdeep Kaur Sahota
Date of Birth: 19.02.1953
E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
She has been the co-founder of Virtual Office in Delhi
Profile – 2nd Coparcener
Sh. Anmol Sahota –
He has been the co-promoter and co-founder of Virtual Office in Delhi
He is the promoter of Skydesk Virtual Office in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Important questions duly answered
What is HUF and why have we made it?
Hindu Undivided Family (‘HUF‘) is treated as a ‘person’ under section 2(31) of the Income–tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Act‘). … Under Hindu Law, a HUF is a family which consists of all persons lineally descended from a common ancestor and includes their wives and unmarried daughters.
How is HUF taxed?
What is the benefit of HUF?
Who is eligible for HUF?
Can husband and wife form HUF?
Can a person be Karta of 2 HUF?
Can Karta take a salary from HUF?
Pay Karta for services: If Karta does not have a high income, the HUF can pay him a salary for his services. This salary will be taxed as his income and will be fully deductible from the HUF income. … Distribute income to co-parceners: The Karta can gift money to the coparceners from the income earned by the HUF.
Difference between Partnership and Hindu Undivided Family
A partnership comes into existence, by means of a contract between partners, whereas, a joint Hindu family (hereinafter referred to as HUF) arises as a result of status, i.e., by birth in the family. Accordingly, if two or more members of a HUF carry on an inherited business, it is not a partnership because it has been created by status or obtained by birth and not by an agreement. Factually both are having separate entities than their members and both will have their separate PAN than its members.
The above explanations are given because many people are not taking the Income Tax benefit of forming HUF, even when they are doing good business. .One should plan Income Tax and not avoid Income Tax
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