"21 March 2019" Archive

Decisions of 34th GST Council Meeting

In the 34th GST Council Meeting held on 19.03.2019, the Council has come up with the operational details for implementation of the recommendations made by it in the previous meeting. However, as on date, no official notifications have been released by the CBIC. Ongoing Projects (not completed by 31.03.2019): The promoters shall be given a...

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New GST Returns W.E.F. April 1, 2019

NEW GST RETURNS The new GST returns would be implemented on a pilot basis from April 1, 2019 and will be made mandatory from July 1, 2019 according to the decision by the GST Council. Since the new returns would be run on a pilot basis, the existing return formats (i.e. GSTR-3B) will be continued […]...

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Business Agreements: Drafting and Presenting

Any person who thinks to expand its business, needs to have very good business relation. Business relations grows when there are clear terms and conditions finalised between the two and both of two parties agree to adhere to such terms. So for any business deal, the parties to such business must be clear and that […]...

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Excel Utility as per new GST ITC utilization rules applicable from 01.02.2019

Excel Utility for GST Input Tax Credit (ITC) utilization as per new Amendment applicable from 01.02.2019 The Order for utilization of ITC has been changed along with introduction of new Sections 49A & 49B under The CGST Act 2017. Utilization of input tax credit subject to certain conditions “49A. Notwithstanding anything contained...

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Non Payment of Salary for service under Interim Court Order amounts to Begar: SC

Ram Chet Verma & Anr. Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Ors. (Supreme Court)

Ram Chet Verma & Anr. Vs State of Uttar Pradesh & Ors. (Supreme Court) Since the appellants have served as per the interim order, obviously they have to be paid the salary for the period they have rendered their services. Non-payment of salary to them for the period they have served under the interim order or otherwis...

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Allowance of claim by A.O. on the basis of computation of income cannot be said without application of mind

Lakme Lever Private Limited Vs CIT (ITAT Mumbai)

Lakme Lever Private Limited Vs CIT (ITAT Mumbai) As regards the depreciation on non compute fee is concerned, we find that the claim was duly made by the assessee in the computation of income. Hence, it cannot be said that the A.O. has not applied his mind on this issue. In this regard, we place […]...

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ITAT condones Delay in appeal filing Due to Wrong Advice of Consultant

Ms. Ashte Logistics Pvt. Ltd Vs Pr. CIT (ITAT Mumbai)

Ms. Ashte Logistics Pvt. Ltd Vs Pr. CIT (ITAT Mumbai) ITAT held that Upon careful consideration, we find that the delay in filing the appeal is solely attributable to the wrong advice of the consultant. In our considered opinion, the assessee should not suffer on account of the wrong advice of the consultant, hence, in […]...

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Full Fledged Money Changer (FFMC) Licence

Guidelines for issuance of FFMC Licence:- A. Eligibility: The guidelines for issue of new FFMC licence and renewal of FFMC licence,are given below: (a) The applicant has to be a company registered under the Companies Act,2013 or under any previous Companies Act. (b) The minimum Net Owned Funds (NOF) required for consideration as FFMC are ...

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Disallowance u/s. 40(a)(ia) are outside the jurisdiction of section 154

Sri Sachin Sharma Vs ACIT (ITAT Ranchi)

Sri Sachin Sharma Vs ACIT (ITAT Ranchi) A perusal of provisions of section 194C of the Act shows that a person is liable to deduct TDS when a contract for work is of an amount more than Rs.30,000/- or where payment for work is made to a person more than Rs.75,000/- during the financial year. […]...

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Section 54F exemption allowable on Sale of Under-Construction Property as same is not residential property

CIT Vs Kalpana Hansraj (Bombay High Court)

CIT Vs Kalpana Hansraj (Bombay High Court) Perusal of sub-section (1) of Section 54 of the Act would show that the exemption would be available to an assesse being an individual or Hindu Undivided Family where the capital gain arises from the transfer of a long-term capital asset, not being a residential house provided the remaining con...

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