"28 September 2011" Archive - Page 2

Survey under section 133A of income tax act 1961

Survey in a wider sense means to scrutinize or to inspect. The power of survey under the Income tax Act has been provided U/S 133A and 133B. The provisions contained in section 133A are independent and to the exclusion of the other provisions of the act since the wording of the section starts with ‘Notwithstanding anything contained in ...

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Monetary Policy Dilemmas – Some RBI Perspectives

India recovered from the crisis sooner than even other emerging economies, but inflation too caught up with us sooner than elsewhere. Inflation, as measured by the wholesale price index (WPI), which actually went into negative territory for a brief period in mid-2009, started rising in late 2009, and it has remained around 9-10 per cent s...

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Applicability of service tax on taxable services provided by a non-resident or a person located outside India to a recipient in India

INSTRUCTION [F. NO. 276/8/2009-CX-8A] (26/09/2011)

Kind attention is invited to instruction F No. 275/7/2010-CX-8A, dated 30-6-2010, wherein the Board had communicated its view that services tax on a taxable service received in India, when provided by a non-resident/person located outside India, would be applicable on reverse charge basis with effect from 1-1-2005, and that the ratio of j...

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IRCS to Get benefits under Income Tax Act

The Union Health Minister and Chairman of Indian Red Cross Society and St John Ambulance (India), Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad today presided over the General Body meeting of the two organizations on behalf of the President of India Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil. Over 350 members of the General Body including Governors of the States of Uttar Pra...

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Deloitte sued for $7.6 billion, accused of missing fraud

(Reuters) Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd , the world’s largest accounting and consulting firm, was accused on Monday of failing to detect fraud during its audits of one of the biggest private mortgage firms to collapse during the U.S. housing crash. A trust overseeing the bankruptcy of Taylor, Bean & Whitaker Mortgage Corp, or TBW...

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