National tax conference concludes in the city
Girish Bapat said, “We have few problems in our taxation system. Some improvements and suggestions were coming up and we were trying to improve it. We were trying to make GST more comfortable to taxpayers.”
PUNE: Dnyansangam, a two-day national tax conference, was held at Hotel Sheraton Grand. It was inaugurated by Guardian Minister Girish Bapat.
The national conference was jointly organised by All India Federation of Tax Practitioners (AIFTP) (west zone), the Western Maharashtra Tax Practitioners Association (WMTPA) Pune and Goods and Service Tax Practitioners Association of Maharashtra.
Along with Bapat, National President of AIFTP Dr Ashok Saraf, industrialist, Adv Santosh Firodia, Secretary General of AIFTP Anand Pasari, Chairman of AIFTP (west zone) CA Deepak Shaha, Chief Coordinator of Conference Adv Anagha Kulkarni, WMTPA President, Navaneetlal Bora, GSTPAM Vice-President Adv Dinesh Tambde and Conference Chairman, Narendra Sonawane attended the conference.
The two-day conference presented six papers.
During the inauguration, Bapat said, “We have few problems in our taxation system. Some improvements and suggestions were coming up and we were trying to improve it. We were trying to make GST more comfortable to taxpayers.”
Saraf emphasised on documentation. He said, “We were taking a lot of conferences, seminars on tax systems, but its documentation of technical sessions should be prepared. This will prove helpful to taxpayers and the government to implement and make improvements in the law. GST was an appropriate and good mechanism for the tax collection.”