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Budget 2010-11: Power of the High Court to condone delay in filing of appeals

February 27, 2010 528 Views 0 comment Print

A. The existing provisions of section 260A(2) provide that an appeal against the order of Income-tax Appellate Tribunal can be filed before the High Court within a period of one hundred and twenty days from the date of the receipt of the order by the assessee or the Commissioner.Sub-section (7) of section 260A of the Income-tax Act provides that the provisions of Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (5 of 1908) shall, as far as may be, apply in the case of an appeal filed under this section before the High Court.

Budget 2010-11: Amendments related to Settlement Commission provisions

February 27, 2010 1145 Views 0 comment Print

Under the existing provisions of section 245A(b), the term “case”, in relation to which an application can be made is defined as any proceeding for assessment, of any person in respect of any assessment year or assessment years which may be pending before an Assessing Officer on the date on which an application is made to the Settlement Commission. However, it excludes, among others, proceedings for assessment or reassessment resulting from a search or as a result of requisition of books of account or other documents or any assets, initiated under the Act.

Budget 2010-11: Deductor needs to issue TDS and TCS certificate even after 1st April, 2010

February 27, 2010 667 Views 0 comment Print

The existing provisions of section 203(3) of the Income-tax Act dispense with the requirement of furnishing of TDS certificates by the deductor to the deductee on or after 1st April, 2010. Similarly, under section 206C(5) of the Act, a collector of tax at source will also not be required to issue tax collection certificate to the person from whom tax has been collected on or after 1st April, 2010.

Budget 2010-11: Centralised Processing of Returns

February 27, 2010 274 Views 0 comment Print

Under the existing provisions of section 143(1 B), the Central Government may, for the purposes of giving effect to the scheme of centralised processing of returns under section 143(1A), issue a notification relating to such processing of returns. Such a notification can be issued up to 31st March, 2010.

Budget 2010 – Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) Rate increased to 18%

February 27, 2010 6475 Views 0 comment Print

Under the existing provisions of section 115JB of the Income Tax Act, a company is required to pay a Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) on its book profit, if the income-tax payable on the total income, as computed under the Act in respect of any previous year relevant to the assessment year commencing on or after the 1st day of April, 2010, is less than such minimum.

Budget 2010-11: Deduction of profits of a hotel or a convention centre in the National Capital Territory

February 27, 2010 538 Views 0 comment Print

Section 80-ID of the Income-tax Act provides for 100 per cent deduction for five years, of profits derived by an undertaking from the business of a two-star, three-star or four-star category hotel or from the business of building, owning and operating a convention centre located in the National Capital Territory of Delhi and the districts of Faridabad, Gurgaon, Gautam Budh Nagar and Ghaziabad, provided such hotel has started functioning or such convention centre is constructed during the period 1.4.2007 to 31 .3.2010.

Budget 2010-11: Deduction for developing and building housing projects

February 27, 2010 1223 Views 0 comment Print

Under the existing provisions of section 80-IB(10), 100 per cent deduction is available in respect of profits derived by an undertaking from developing and building housing projects approved by a local authority before 31.3.2008. This benefit is available subject to, inter alia, the following conditions:

Unfolding the levy on Umbrella

February 27, 2010 744 Views 0 comment Print

As the budget, 2010-11 has brought many changes in Excise Law. It varies from areas like applicable rate of excise duty, their Cenvat Credit allowable, exemption from excise duty and so many. The duty on umbrella and umbrella parts are closely affected due to applicability of new Notifications inserted in this Budget. Therefore, we are giving the analysis / comparison of notifications which will help to know how they will affect upon manufacturer at the time of purchase of materials as well as at the time of clearance of finished products.

Union Budget 2010: Old Wine in New Bottle

February 27, 2010 664 Views 0 comment Print

Month of February is the shortest month of the year and this shortest month gets the highest importance other than any month of the year. For Indian economy it is the month where all expectation and desires followed with wishes and prayers are expected to come true. For some it comes true and for some it remains negative or dull. We celebrate festivals but the dates or months or time changes but the festival of February is always fixed that is at the last week of February.

3 Smarts of Budget 2010-11

February 27, 2010 433 Views 0 comment Print

Yesterday the Parliament of India have created a history by making a walkout even before the budget was yet to be finished. The opposition parties made the walkout once it was declared in the budget that petrol prices to go up. To levy excise duty of Re1 per liter on petrol and diesel have made the whole of India to think about the probable price they will have to pay for every commodity.

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