"August, 1969" Archive

Circular No. 29-IncomeTax dated 23-08-1969

Circular No. 29-IncomeTax 23/08/1969

Circular No. 29-IncomeTax Attention is invited to the Board’s Circular Nos. 5-P(LXX-6) of 1968 and 12-P(LXX-7) of 1968 [Clarification 2] which had been duly endorsed to all Chambers of Commerce. References are still being received from the public seeking clarifications regarding the taxability of income under the provisions of sections...

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Circular No. 28-Income Tax dated 20-8-1969

Circular No. 28-Income Tax 20/08/1969

Circular No. 28-Income Tax Section 24(1)(vi ) provides that where the property has been acquired, constructed, repaired, renewed or reconstructed with borrowed capital, the amount of any interest payable on such capital shall be allowed as an admissible deduction in the computation of income from the said property....

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Circular No. 27-Income Tax dated 16-8-1969

Circular No. 27-Income Tax 16/08/1969

Circular : No. 27-Income Tax The Finance Act, 1968 made provisions in sections 35B and 35C, respectively, for the grant of "export markets development allowance" and "agricultural development allowance" in computing the profits and gains from business. Under section 35B, an assessee, being a domestic company or a resident non-corporate p...

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Notification: S.O.3210 Date of Issue: 8/8/1969

Notification: S.O.3210 08/08/1969

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section 104 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (43 of 1961), and in partial modification of the Ministry of Finance (Department of...

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Circular No. 26-Income Tax dated 6-8-1969

Circular No. 26-Income Tax 06/08/1969

Circular : No. 26-Income Tax There is an impression that the development rebate allowed in respect of an asset sold to the Government will not be withdrawn even if the vendor credits to the profit & loss account the reserve which he had originally created to qualify for the grant of the rebate. This is wrong as clarified below....

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