"28 December 2019" Archive

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019

Notification No. 16 of 2019 28/12/2019

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019 is  been assented by Hon’ble president and has come into force with effect from 28th December, 2019. MINISTRY OF LAW AND JUSTICE (Legislative Department) New Delhi, the 28th December, 2019 THE INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY CODE (AMENDMENT) ORDINANCE, 2019 No. 16 OF 2019 Promulg...

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Response to Income tax notice u/s 143(1)(a)

Have you received any notice u/s 143(1)(a). No worries here is what you have to do! Central Processing Centre (CPC) a branch of Income tax department (ITD) who is responsible for accurate processing of return. Following are different stages of filing and processing of return 1. Filing of Income tax return  (Status : Return Filed/Pending ...

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What are the criteria to fulfil to be eligible for Government Tender?

In general, ‘tender’ means a process to invite bids (i.e. offers or proposals) for a definite work. Likewise, ‘Government tender’ is also a process through which government invite submissions/ bids for a specific project or work to be carried out in a definite time. The government offers vide number of tenders in the form ...

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Sec-135 Corporate Social Responsibility

Applicability of Corporate Social Responsibility    Every company having net worth of rupees five hundred crore or more or turnover of rupees one thousand crore or more or a net profit of rupees five crore or more during the immediately preceding financial year shall constitute a Corporate Social Responsibility Committee of the Board c...

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India At Last Finding Some Ways to Regulate Imports- Curbs on Non-Essential Goods

Imports are foreign goods and services that are produced in a foreign country and sold to domestic residents of a country. If a country Imports more than it Exports it runs a Trade Deficit. When a country has a trade deficit, it must borrow from other countries to pay for the extra imports. India is traditionally a Trade Deficit Count...

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Section 194IA Purchase of Immovable Property from Resident- Analysis

This article discuss Provisions and Scope of Section 194-IA, Payments covered, Who is Payer/Payee, Conditions to be satisfied for applicability of section 194-IA, Time of deduction of tax, Rates of TDS, Effect of non-furnishing of PAN on rate of tax, Certificate/statement for tax deducted at source, Furnishing of statements by tax deducto...

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Treatment of Cash Transactions above Rs 2 Lakhs

As we all are aware of Section 269ST which was introduced by finance act, 2017 in Income tax act, 1961 by the central government in order to curb the tax evasion, regulation and circulation of Black money. This article will cover the detailed analysis of the said section alongwith some practical examples. 1. Basic Understanding […]...

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Rebate U/s. 87A of the Income Tax Act, 1961

Section that Section 87A is applicable to Individuals who is resident in India. Total Income shall mean Total Income from various Sources less deductions under Chapter VIA which should be less than or equal to 3,50,000/- Rebate under section 87A is applied on total tax before adding Education Cess and Secondary Higher Education Cess / Hea...

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Public Provident Fund – Best investment destination

Introduction PPF is money that will be yours forever. Knowledge of the different features of the PPF account will help you when you want to take a loan against the account, withdraw from the account, re-activate a discontinued account etc. Here an attempt is made to introduce you all features of Public Provident Fund (PPF) […]...

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How LTCG tax will affect mutual funds

The Union Budget of 2018-19 has changed the tax treatment of all equity and equity-oriented mutual funds. This change was by way of a 10% tax imposed on any long-term capital gain (LTCG) exceeding Rs 1 lakh a year. Equity mutual funds were exempt from the LTCG tax earlier. Hence, this change has been viewed by investors with some worry....

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