Mallikarjuna Gupta Bhogavalli

Hyderabad, India

Bhogavalli Mallikarjuna Gupta is an associate member of Institute of Cost Accountants of India and also has a Master’s Degree in Financial Management; he is a Post Graduate Diploma holder in Computer Sciences and is experienced in areas of in Finance, Accounting, Costing and Project Accounting in the manufacturing industry and IT industry for fifteen years. He has developed and implemented Enterprise Resource Planning applications and Business Intelligence tools. Gupta has addressed tax requirements from setup data, transaction processing and reporting. He has worked in the areas of Central Excise, Service Tax, Value Added Tax, Import Duties, and Tax Collected at Source and Tax Deducted at Source using multiple ERPs. He has also mile-stoned efficiency at Brazilian Taxation, Korean withholding taxes, Malaysian GST and European VAT. As a lead architect, he designed a unique solution for one of the ERPs for taxation, where users can configure the complex Indian tax requirements and the proposed Goods and Service Tax. He is a socially responsible citizen and has been actively involved in many activities and projects on Environment and Road Safety-Traffic. He says, “A healthy mind needs a healthy body.” So he keeps himself active as a marathon runner, hiker, photographer, and adventure sports enthusiast. This energy resulted in a flow of thoughts, plans and information and he is writing another book. ‘From verge of Hospital Bed to Bungee Platform, Millets the ignored super bowl of food’ – tips on how to follow a healthy diet.



BOOKS PUBLISHED


India has a complicated taxation system. This is made even more complex thanks to its federal system with each state having its own taxation rules and regulations. This makes it difficult for business houses and organizations, and very often, the complex tax structures end up having a negative impact on consumers as they end up paying more for goods and services. The proposed Goods and Services Tax or GST has been in the pipeline for quite some time. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley hopes to pass the bill by April 2016. The author takes us on a journey from the history of taxation in India, to its current practices and the future…if GST is implemented. You can learn about the intricacies, p...

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