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Live Course on Appeal, Pleading & Drafting under GST by CA Sachin Jain

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False claim in return of Income would be treated as case of concealment of Income or of furnishing inaccurate particulars of Income

November 1, 2009 546 Views 0 comment Print

It is repeatedly held by the Courts that the penalty on the ground of concealment of particulars or non-disclosure of full particulars can be levied only when in the accounts/return an item has been suppressed dishonestly or the item has been claimed fraudulently or a bogus claim has been made. When the facts are clearly disclosed in the return of income,

Reopening under section 147 by the AO on the same set of facts, without there being any additional information, can only be considered as change of opinion

November 1, 2009 385 Views 0 comment Print

As can be seen from the above the adjustment made by the assessee is according to the provisions of the Act. Since both the industrial galas fall within the block the WDV is increased by the actual cost of the asset falling within the block and reduced by the amount payable in respect of the asset sold. Accordingly we do not find any mistake in assessee’s working of the block of assets which is according to the provisions of section 43(6)(c). The A.O.’s action in denying the inclusion of asset within the block is on the condition that the asset was not put to use.

Where fair market value of the capital asset under transfer is less than the valuation as per Stamp Value Act

November 1, 2009 2196 Views 0 comment Print

Where fair market value of the capital asset under transfer is less than the valuation as per SVA and such valuation as per SVA becomes final under Stamp Duty Act then the assessee is left with no choice and has to pay tax on the notional sale consideration on the valuation as per SVA.

Jurisdiction of AO to proceed with assessment under section 147 of IT Act, 1961

November 1, 2009 1030 Views 0 comment Print

In the present case, the notice u/s. 148 was issued on 28.03.2003, pertaining to the A.V. 1996-97. Section 147 authorizes and permit the Assessing Officers to assess or re-assess income chargeable to tax if he has reason to believe that income for any assessment year has escaped assessment.

Depreciation is mandatory for claiming deduction under Chapter VI-A of Income Tax Act, 1961

November 1, 2009 4892 Views 0 comment Print

The Full Bench was constituted to consider whether for the purposes of allowing deduction under Ch. VI-A depreciation could be thrust on the assessee even though it had disclaimed the same for purposes of regular assessment. The assessee argued that as in accordance with Mahendra Mills 243 ITR 56 (SC), depreciation was optional and as Expl. 5 to s. 32 came into force only from AY 2002-2003, depreciation could not be thrust even for purposes of Ch. VI-A. HELD, deciding against the assessee:

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