"20 March 2020" Archive - Page 3

No section 68 addition can be made on the basis of mere statements

Modern Malleables Limited Vs DCIT (ITAT Kolkata)

Modern Malleables Limited Vs DCIT (ITAT Kolkata) Conclusion: Addition made u/s. 68 only on the basis of two statements which could not stand the scrutiny of law, was not justified and therefore, the addition could not be sustained as per law. Held: AO got information from the Investigation Wing pursuant to search operation conducted at [&...

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Request for not increasing Threshold Limit for GST Annual Return & Audit

A major part of the Taxpayers would not be having a turnover of Rs. 5 Crore. So if the threshold limit of filling GSTR 9C is increased up to Rs. 5 crores, then a large amount of taxpayers would escape from requirement of certification of business transaction. Lesser number of Taxpayer would imply less collection of tax and hence loss of r...

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Time limit stipulated under Rule 117 is not ultra vires of GST Act: Bombay HC

NELCO Ltd. Vs Union of India (Bombay High Court)

Time limit stipulated under Rule 117 of the Rules is not ultra vires of the Act. This Rule is traceable to the power conferred under section 164(2) of the Act. The time limit stipulated in Rule 117 is in consonance with the transitional nature of the enactment, and it is neither arbitrary nor unreasonable....

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Assessee subjected to search, cannot be placed on a different pedestal than assessee who is not subjected to search

ACIT Vs. Majestic Commercial Pvt. Ltd (ITAT Kolkata)

In our considered view therefore, although the name of the assessee does not feature in the panchnama, in view of the fact that warrant of authorization executed by the Department contained its name, the proceedings u/s 153A were validly initiated against the assessee....

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Sale of Agricultural Land after Conversion is Taxable as Capital Gain

Ramesh Raj Bohra Vs DCIT (ITAT Jodhpur)

The issue under consideration is whether sale of agricultural land after conversion taxing under capital gain or under business income? ITAT direct the A.O. to treat the property on sale of land as capital gains and given the benefit of exemption claimed by the assessee U/s 54F of the Act....

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Exemption under section 54GB of Income Tax Act 1961

The provisions of section 54GB of the Income Tax Act exempts the capital gain arising from transfer of a long term capital assets being a ‘residential property’, if the amount is invested in subscription of the equity shares of the eligible company. The present article highlights the said exemption provisions of section 54GB....

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Advisory on Leave & Salary of workers during outbreak of COVID­19

D.O. No. M-11011/08/2020-Media 20/03/2020

The World is facing a catastrophic situation due to outbreak of COVID­19 and in order to combat this challenge, coordinated joint efforts of all Sections of the Society is required. In view of the above, there may be incidence that employee's/worker's services are dispensed with on this pretext or the employee/worker arc forced to go on ...

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Regulatory measures taken by SEBI in view of ongoing market volatility

 Press Releases No. 18/2020 20/03/2020

In the recent past, world over, the stock markets have been quite volatile owing to concerns relating to COVID-19 pandemic and the resultant fear of economic slowdown. The movement in the Indian stock market has been broadly in tandem with the other global...

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RBI appoints additional directors on the board of Yes Bank Ltd.

Press Release: 2019-2020/2091-SEBI 20/03/2020

Reserve Bank has today appointed Shri R Gandhi (former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India) and Shri Ananth Narayan Gopalakrishnan (Associate Professor, S P Jain Institute of Management and Research) as additional directors on the board of Yes Bank Limited, w.e.f. March 26, 2020 for a period of two years....

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Web form CAR- Board meetings with physical presence of directors relaxed -MCA

D.O. No. Secy(MCA)/COVID-19/1/2020 19/03/2020

Government in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has relaxed the rules with respect to meetings of Board and dispensed with the necessity of holding physical meetings on matters relating to approval of financial statement, board report, restructuring etc. upto 30th June, 2020. We are also examining any other relaxations under the Companies...

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