"21 October 2020" Archive

Student arrested in alleged Fake Input Tax Credit case

F. No. GEXCOWAE/INV/GST/575/2020 21/10/2020

The kingpin, who hails from Ahmedabad, by floating these large number of fake firms, had issued fake invoices to generate fake Input Tax Credit amounting to Rs 50.24 Crores. This fake illegal credit was eventually passed on in chain to other fake identities by issuing fake invoices and without actual supply of goods and services....

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Excise duty exemption on Rosl Scheme Scrips for Apparel & Made-Ups Sectors

Notification No. 07/2020–Central Excise 21/10/2020

Notification No. 07/2020–Central Excise – Notification regarding exemption of duties of Central Excise against scrips issued under the RoSL scheme for apparel and made-ups sectors GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE (DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE) Notification No. 07/2020–Central Excise New Delhi, the 21st October, 2020 G.S.R. ….....

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Extend due date for filing of Tax Audit reports, TP Audits & ITR

Request for Extension of due date for filing of Tax Audit reports, Transfer Pricing (TP) Audits and Income-tax returns-AY 2020-21 till 31st March 2021....

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TED payment by mistake – No provision for refund – Government cannot unduly retain amount

Carlo Technical Plastics Pvt. Ltd. Vs Union of India (Kerala High Court)

Carlo Technical Plastics Pvt. Ltd. Vs Union of India (Kerala High Court) The Kerala High Court has held that even if inadvertently certain amount has been paid in a case where there is no provision in the Foreign Trade Policy for refund, the Government cannot unduly retain the amount. The case involved payment of Terminal […]...

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Stamp Duty on Shares And Debentures

INTRODUCTION The government of India through the Finance Act, 2019 bought 360-degree change under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899(hereinafter called as Stamp Act). Though there are numerous reasons for amending Stamp Act, some of the reasons are very explicit and some of them are not. However, no one can deny the fact that Stamp Act […]...

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Composition Scheme: Evolution

Government of India introduced Goods and Services Tax, popularly known as GST to replace all indirect taxes w.e.f. 1st July, 2017. In GST regime, traders and dealers are required to fulfill many formalities and compliance but it is not problematic for small dealers to comply with all norms when compared to large ones. Thus, for the conven...

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GST Refund Procedure

In the GST once paid can be claimed back. There are circumstances where GST paid to the government can be claimed back. There is set procedure which is totally online where a registered person can file and claim back the GST. There are two important aspect of GST Refund: 1. That under which circumstances it […]...

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AMFI Guidance on MFD Nomenclature

After the notification of the SEBI Investment Adviser (Amendment) Regulations, 2020 on 3rd July, 2020, the Association of Mutual Funds in India (“AMFI”) has issued guidance regarding nomenclature to be used by Registered Mutual Fund Distributor. As per the said Regulations, no distributor shall use the nomenclature “Independent Fina...

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Extend all due dates under GST- Solve Issues in GST

Association of Tax Practitioners, Ernakulam has made a representation to Principal Commissioner (GST) and highlighted Difficulty faced by GST Tax Practitioners, in implementing directions contained in Circular No.142/12/2020-GST dated 09.10.2020, Failure of GST Portal Services and may other issues. They also requested to extend all due da...

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List of Allowances/Perquisites/Deductions available to salaried persons

If you are a salaried person, you have a right to claim the benefits of an exemptions available on your few parts of the salary components given either in the form of ‘Allowances or Perquisites’. Here is the list given of most of the common exemptions which can be availed by a salaried person on […]...

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