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  • Satyanarayan Samantray

    I e-filed IT Returns for AY 2015-16 claiming 89(1) relief.However 89(1) relief was not allowed by CPC.How to submit rectification online ???


      Dear Satyanarayan Ji it seems my reading your statement that you have not filled the return properly
      claiming 89 (1) relief means that you have recieved salary of previous year in the current year on which you have paid excess tax then required to pay.
      CA Sandeep Mishra

  • Aarti Thakur

    Process for changing office one state to another state with the same ROC.

    Give Notice to all members of the company fix the board general meeting date.

    Prepare minutes of meeting

    On the board general meeting pass

    1. The board resolution

    2. Pass the special resolution for alteration

    3. File MGT-14 (With the board resolution copy)

    challan fees- 300/- late fees 600/-

    4. Do the advertisement in two local newspapers (Hindi and English) with INC-26

    5. Then prepare all the documents /affidavits for INC-23 form and submit to it with the RD

    Challan fees 1000/-

    6. And submit all docs to the RD department physically before the hiring date.

    Affidavits, proofs, POA and Advertisement as prescribed to be attached with Form INC-23 along with application before RD (NR), in original.

    Certified copies of other attachments as prescribed to be attachments with Form INC-23.

    Copy of INC-23 and MGT-14 filed for the purpose of shifting of Registered Office along with Challans.

    Shareholding pattern specifying shareholding held by the management and their relatives.

    Details of Creditors, Debenture holders, statutory dues, Government dues including Income Tax dues, if any.

    Certificate from Statutory Auditor not preceding more than 1 month before filling of INC-23 giving details of Creditors, Debenture holders, statutory dues, Government dues and Income Tax dues, if any.

    Copies of last two ITRs and Assessment orders.

    7. Then RD will issue court order certificate which will used for INC-28 with the ROC Challan fees 200/-

    8. After that you can file INC-22 with ROC for changing address.

    • Amit Panwar

      You are changing Registered Office from which state to which state? I have recently shifted the registered office process. Thanks

  • Satyendra Kishore

    I failed to deduct TDS on installments paid to Builder during 2013-14, 2014-15. Can I make deduction now. if yes what penalty will be imposed.

    • Gautom

      You can deduct TDS this year . There is no question of penalty .Because you did not deduct TDS due to lack of knowledge about applicability of TDS on such type transaction .But you will have to pay interest to be calculated @ 1.5% per month from the date of 1st installment up to date of payment of TDS

  • shubham bordia

    As per section 194A(3)(v), Provisions of Section 194(1) shall not apply if interest payment made by co operative society (Other than a Co operative Bank) to a member thereof or by a co operative society to any other co operative society. It means that Co operative bank has to deduct TDS on Interest payment made to its members. But what if a Co operative society having Dual Capacity( Member as well as Co operative society) than whether TDS has to be deduct or not at the time of interest payment by a co operative bank ( co operative society ) to another co operative society being a member?

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  • Vishal Thakur

    Dear Sir,
    we are operating adventure sport at hotel / resort area in punjab. i need to help about entertainment tax on this.
    i want to know entertainment tax is applicable on that or not. if yes please suggest me how much. if you have any notification is available, please share that on my email id

  • Krishnakumar PC

    I am Krishnakumar PC , Employee of M/s. Kerala Feeds Ltd., had forwarded a certificate of repayment of housing loan interest and principal of the financial year 2015-16 as deduction of income tax purpose. My mother is the tax payee of the house and housing loan is in the joint names of me ( who is the only child) and my mother. Apart from that I have already produced an affidavit to the effect that the mother does not have any income and and is dependent on her son who is the sole heir of the property. In the light of the above facts, can I get tax deduction in the account of housing loan?