"17 April 2019" Archive

Empanelment of Concurrent Auditors in J&K Bank

The Jammu & Kashmir Bank Ltd. Invites On-Line applications from registered Chartered/ Cost Accountant firms interested to conduct the Concurrent Audit of various Business Units of the Bank located In various states / UT’s across the country....

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Filing of GST Audit Report in FORM GSTR 9C – Process and Steps

GST Audit Report in Form GSTR 9C – Introduction and Filing process  Recently on 14th April 2019, GSTN opened the filing window for GST Audit Report in Form GSTR 9C. We have examined the various aspects for filing of GSTR 9C and studied the off-line template released by GSTN for filing of FORM GSTR 9C. […]...

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Procedure to File GSTR 9C Form (GST Audit Form)

The GSTR 9C form has a statement of reconciliation for reconciling turnover, input tax credit, and payments related to tax. To know various relevant details about Form GSTR 9C, read on. The following topics have been discussed in this article: 1. What is GSTR 9C (Annual GST Audit Form)? 2. Who is required to File […]...

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Corporate Social Responsibility | Section 135 of Companies Act 2013

Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR is a business model that company follows to integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations. CSR is Company’s effort to pay back the stakeholders and public , who contributed in their growth and success. CSR cannot be termed as charity. It is a way to make social good [...

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Export Under GST Act, 2017

Exports under goods & service tax Act, 2017 What is Export Of Goods? As per Section 2(5) of IGST Act, 2017 Export of Goods with its grammatical variation & cognate expression, means taking goods out of India to a place outside India. What is Export Of Services? As per Section 2(6) of IGST Act, 2017 […]...

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Can AO invoke section 41(1) merely because liability is long outstanding

Can A.O. could invoke section 41(1) on the pretext that liability has been long outstanding and the assessee is willingly not writing off the debts from its books? Section 41(1) is not applicable when the long outstanding liabilities have not been written off from books of accounts and continue to be reflected in the Balance […]...

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Bad debts are allowable expenses and it is not necessary for the assessee to establish that debt has become irrecoverable

Bad debts are allowable expenses and it is not necessary for the assessee to establish that the debt has become irrecoverable Gone are the days when the the Assessing Officer would disallow the sum debited in the P&L account as non-recoverable sums written off as bad debts.  The Assessing Officer cannot disallow the sum in […]...

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Books of accounts of cannot be rejected without finding any specific defects in them

Books of Accounts of cannot be rejected without finding any specific defects in them The Revenue is bound to accept the authenticity of the accounts prepared with reference to the manner provided in section 128 r.w. section 129 of The Companies Act, 2013 and Income Computation and Disclosure Standards issued under section 145 of The [&hel...

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Exemption U/s. 54F allowed for Investment in purchase of Villa routed through mutual funds

ACIT Vs Shri. Sunil Bandacharya Joshi (ITAT Bengaluru)

ACIT Vs Shri. Sunil Bandacharya Joshi (ITAT Bengaluru) In the present case, the capital asset was sold on 26.02.2011. The capital asset was purchased on 31.03.2011 and before the purchase of the capital asset the amount was deposited in mutual funds. Therefore in the considered opinion of the bench, before the date of filing of […]...

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Section 87A- Income Tax Act, 1961

Section 87A… I guess everyone is talking about this section since the announcement in Interim budget (which we will discuss here only). So the question arises- What is this section offering ?? Why should we have the knowledge about this particular section?? Who all will enjoy the benefits of this section?? What are the conditions [&hell...

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