To ensure that any learned profession continues to render useful public service, it must be responsive to the needs of the society. For a service oriented profession like ours, it is necessary to be alive to the socio-economic changes in the environment and to play a positive role in the service of the society. The
world over, corruption is a matter of great concern. Governments, businesses, professionals and citizens realize that the long term-cost of corrupt behavior are immense for the short-term benefits of certain individuals. We as professionals can substantially contribute to the process of control and containment of corruption by helping the tax authorities to regulate the system to curb the evils of black money and tax evasion ……….. …………………….