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Live Course on Appeal, Pleading & Drafting under GST by CA Sachin Jain

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oin us for an immersive live course led by renowned expert CA Sachin Jain, as we delve into the intricacies of appeal, pleading, and drafting under GST.

Revocation application under GST in Form GST REG-21

November 3, 2020 48531 Views 4 comments Print

In simple term, revocation means reversal. Under Goods and Services Tax (GST) revocation application in Form GST REG-21 means applying for reversal of cancellation of GST registration. Only the taxable person, whose GST registration is cancelled by the proper officer, can apply for revocation of cancellation of GST registration in Form GST REG-21. The present […]

Section 54EC – ITAT explains deduction of Rs. 50 Lakh & Rs. 1 Crore

November 3, 2020 8091 Views 3 comments Print

Arun Kumar B M Vs ITO (ITAT Bangalore) The Assessing Officer held that the assessee is required to invest Rs.50 lakh in REC Bonds in any financial year. The Assessing Officer also relied on the amendments made to section 54EC of the I.T.Act vide Finance Act, 2014 w.e.f. 01.04.2015. Assessee has filed this appeal before […]

Issue of section 131(1A) notice after conclusion of Income Tax Search & Seizure

November 3, 2020 172737 Views 4 comments Print

Explore the complexities of Section 131(1A) notices after the conclusion of an Income Tax Search & Seizure. Unravel the controversy surrounding post-search inquiries, the scope of powers, and legal paradoxes. Delve into conflicting court decisions, emphasizing the need for clarity in this nuanced area of Income Tax law.

Family Owned business In India

November 3, 2020 87234 Views 0 comment Print

Family held and run businesses are the oldest and most prevalent form of business ownership anywhere in the world. Family businesses form the backbone of any country’s prosperity and economy. In India, keeping business ownership within a family is a deeply-rooted practice since ages. India enjoys a rich and glorious history of family-owned businesses. Initially, […]

Exempted Supply in light of Composite Supply under GST

November 3, 2020 6543 Views 0 comment Print

As a principle exemptions are extended in tax statues to grant relief or ease the burden of consumers keeping in view the interest of general public at large. Thus inclusion of an exempted supply under the tax net by combining the same with a taxable supply under the notion of them being composite supply tends […]

Refusal To Transfer Securities & Rectification of Register of Members – Microscopic View

November 3, 2020 20604 Views 0 comment Print

This article has been drafted with a view to explain and amplify the scope and applicability of Section 58 and Section 59 of Companies Act, 2013 dealing with refusal or neglect to transfer or transmission by company and appeal thereof and rectification of register of members. For the proper appreciation of Section 58 and 59, […]

National Appellate Authority For Advance Ruling- Under GST

November 3, 2020 5508 Views 0 comment Print

The provision of National Appellate Authority has been created by virtue of Section 104 of the Finance (NO.2) Act, 2019 and in section 95 (a) of the CGST Act,2017 after the words ‘Appellate Authority’, the words ‘or the National Appellate Authority’ has been inserted. The “National Appellate Authority” means the National Appellate Authority for Advance […]

GST TRAN-1 Form Revision application rejection without hearing arguments was unjustified

November 3, 2020 2211 Views 0 comment Print

R.P. Foam Pvt. Ltd. Vs Union of India (Allahabad High Court) In view of the submissions made at the bar and on perusal of the order dated 22.1.2020, it is clear that the rejection of the application is based upon the understanding that the GST TRAN-1 could not be filed on account of technical glitch […]

No Service Tax on Bariatric Surgery as same is Life-Saving Procedure

November 3, 2020 1392 Views 0 comment Print

The issue under consideration is whether service tax can be imposed on bariatric surgery even if it is a life-saving procedure? Bariatric Surgery cannot be considered as a Cosmetic or Plastic Surgery, and hence the same is not a taxable service within the meaning of clause (105) (zzzzk) of Section 65 of the Finance Act, 1994.

CBDT condones delay in filing of Form No. 10BB for AY 2016-17 & subsequent years

November 3, 2020 5130 Views 0 comment Print

In all the cases of belated applications in filing of Form No. l OBB for years prior to AY. 2018-19, the Commissioners of Income-tax are authorized to admit such applications for condonation of delay u/s 119(2)(b) of the Act. The Commissioner will while entertaining such applications regarding filing Form No. lOBB shall satisfy themselves that the applicant was prevented by reasonable cause from filing such application within the stipulated time. Further, all such applications shall be disposed of by 31.03.2021.

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