“There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women.”
With the use of Visheshagya women can work from home and this can help in empowering the women which is the need of this time.
Visheshagya, India's First Internet Based Accounting Firm is a one stop e-commerce portal in the taxation, legal and accounting space. Visheshagya empowers clients by helping them search, connect, consult certified & verified CA/CS/CMA/Lawyers at a click. Clients can schedule appointments, seek advice through audio/video consultation and even pay conveniently through a secure payment gateway. Visheshagya offers multiple services at the convenience of both client & experts in the comfort of their office, home and even when one is on the go. Visheshagya’s USP of transparency and confidentiality is all set to digitize operations helping everyone manage their time & documents efficiently. We are empowering women and physically challanged persons
CA RshmiKhetrapal, is a qualified Chartered Accountant with an experience of over 19+ years in almost every facet of the profession and deals in individual and corporate taxation, VAT, GST and providing expert advice in the field of assessments and appeals. She has been actively involved in conducting seminars and delivering lectures and presentations on various topics of professional interest like GST, Transfer Pricing, Occupational Fraud, Corporate Governance, VAT, Income Tax etc. and frequently writes articles for various journals.
Rajeev Sikka, 22 years of Corporate experience with companies like IOCL and Honeywell. Worked at various positions including Technical Manager and Country Operations Leader in Kuwait and UAE Handling the business in the region including operations, sales and after sales.Read More
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