Srinagar: Secretary Tribal Affairs and CEO Mission Youth Wednesday launched an online app FinGimmicks in an impressive function held at Institute of Hotel Management.
While welcoming the guests, Inam Un Nabi, who is also a key member of team Fun Gimmicks said that our mission is to offer quick, affordable, and robotic professional services to the clients. Inam said that the solution consists of all the important services being offered by CA’s AND OTHER’s, that clients can choose from. He further said This will ensure the minimal efforts and time given by both parties and also keep the initial service records, documents, information and finalized service records organized in a proper format for easy and secured accessibility.
Director Mahajan Career learning Foundation Prof. Khursheed Ahmad Mahajan said that Businessmen are confronted with accounting like maintenance of accounts for filling different types of returns like GST returns, IT returns, ROC Filing and heap of other problems with regard to legal compliances and preparation of financial statements like income statements and balance sheets. Mahajan said that this software ( Fingimmicks) will ease such problems and will help the startups to start their business easily.
President Kashmir Bakers and Confectioners Association Umar Mukhtar extended full support to team Fingimmicks and Mahajan Career Learning Foundation in reaching out to traders.
President All Traders Transporters Joint Coordination Committee Peer Imtiaz Ul Hassan said that FinGimmicks is self explanatory as explained by Prof, Khurshid Mahajan will help the business community and it’s traders in solving various matters of business without wasting much time.
President Kashmir Traders and Manufactures Federation Haji Mohammad Sadiq Bakal while appreciating Inam Un Nabi said that It is now the responsibility of trade leaders to advocate and bring this application to the common and small traders as a tool for their business growth and development.
President Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Industries Sheikh Ashiq also participated in the programme and appreciated the efforts of Mahajan Career Learning Foundation and Inam Un Nabi for their efforts in easing the problems of traders by introducing “Fingimmicks”.
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