"18 March 2020" Archive - Page 4

Service tax & reimbursement of equipment Lost in Hole not forms part of total turnover in computing income u/s 44BB

DCIT Vs Nabors Drilling International Limited (ITAT Mumbai)

Service tax component need not be included in the total turnover for the purpose of computing income under section 44BB of the Income Tax Act, 1961. ITAT further held that receipts on account of reimbursement of equipment Lost in Hole will not form  part of gross receipts for the purpose of section 44BB....

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Now-a-days, all the practitioners are tied up with so many tax compliances in every month and hence they are not able to allocate major time on learning new things. Hence we TaxGuru Edu, an educational wing of Taxguru now bring you the Crash Courses on GST and Income Tax. The motive will be to give maximum coverage in optimum time utilisa...

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 Sukanya Samridhhhi yojana as an Investment opportunity and Tax Saver

There are a lot of securities available to you to reduce your tax liability .Chapter VIA offers you so many opportunities. Sec 80 C is one of the important section in Chapter VIA which gives ample opportunities to you as per the existing Income Tax Act. You cannot claim deduction under Sec 80C under the […]...

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No transfer on acquisition of own property by assessees in the names of their childrens

Smt. R.Mangala Devi Vs ITO (ITAT Hyderabad)

Thus, it is seen that there is actually no sale of property by the assessees before us and the Sale Deed has been executed by the original owners through GPA holders to the children of assessees. Therefore, in my opinion, there is no transfer of property by the assessees in fact it is acquisition of property by the assessees in the names ...

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No section 68 addition for loan transaction with father on mere suspicion

Girish Madhukar Rathi Vs DCIT (ITAT Pune)

The issue under consideration is that confirming the addition made u/s 68 by A.O. in respect of the loan taken from father of the appellant on mere suspicion....

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Section 80P deduction allowable to co-op credit societies despite loans to nominal members

Sarroday Gramin Bigarsheti Sahakari Path Sanstha Maryadit Vs ITO (ITAT Pune)

Assesse-cooperative society registered under the Maharashtra Co-op. Society Act, 1960 was entitled for exemption under section 80P on giving of loans to members/nominal members as the definition of  ‘member’ given in section 2(19) of the Maharashtra Co­operative Societies Act took within its sweep even a nominal member, associate me...

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Tariff Notification No. 26/2020-Customs (N.T.), Dated: 18.03.2020

Notification No.26/2020-Customs (N.T.) [S.O. 1126 (E)] (18/03/2020)

Tariff Notification No. 26/2020-Customs (N.T.) in respect of Fixation of Tariff Value of Edible Oils, Brass Scrap, Poppy Seeds, Areca Nut, Gold and Silver Government of India Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue) (Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs) Notification No. 26/2020-CUSTOMS (N.T.) New Delhi, 18th March, 2020 28 Phal...

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EPFO: Preventive measures to contain spread of Novel Coronavirus

HRD/1(71)2014/Misc./Pt.II/408 (18/03/2020)

In order to contain the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), some precautionary measures are required to be taken by all the employees and the Ministries/Departments. In this regard, it has been decided to issue the following advisory for the well-being of Government employees and in public interest....

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GST – Interest from extended due date of GSTR 3B

As Central Government has extended due date for filing Form GSTR 3B on various occasions for various class of person, for various states etc. Whether Central Government is right in demanding interest on late payment of liability from original due date of filing Form GSTR 3B? or extension of due date is applicable only for waiver of late f...

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Interest on Net Tax Liability under GST – Retrospective amendment & its consequences

The interest liability for any belated remittance is an economic consequence. The tax laws are no exception to this rule. GST law provides for interest @18% on the delayed remittance of the tax after due date. However, there was an ambiguity as to whether the interest has to be paid on Gross Tax liability (i.e. the total output tax) or on...

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