"19 December 2022" Archive

Analysis of Donation To Trusts And Charities under Section 80G

Analysis of Donation To Trusts And Charities under Section 80G of Income Tax Act, 1961 ABSTRACT India is a religious and pious nation. India has a long history of using charity donations as a method of achieving spiritual fulfilment for good acts. Individuals throughout India have donated monetary and in-kind donations to different trusts...

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Capital Gain Tax on Sale of Inherited Property

In this article, an attempt has been made to simplify tax provisions on capital gain from the sale of Inherited Property with the help of Illustrations....

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Order unsustainable as passed without considering relevant evidence

Seven Hills Constructions Vs Commissioner of Central Excise (CESTAT Mumbai)

CESTAT Mumbai held that order passed without considering evidence relating to availment of depreciation under the Income Tax Act is liable to be quashed....

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Contention of assessee not acceptable merely because books are certified by Auditor

ITO Vs Ashesh Sidharth Agarwal (ITAT Ahmedabad)

ITAT Ahmedabad held that merely because the books of accounts have been subjected to tax audit under Section 44AB of the Act and the Auditor had certified the books of accounts to be in order, the contention made by the assessee cannot be stated to be full proof....

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Security deposit payment for restoration of high tension electricity connection mandatory for Corporate Debtor

Kalptaru Steel Rolling Mills Ltd Vs Southern Power Distribution Company of A.P. Ltd (NCLAT Delhi)

NCLAT Delhi held that the Corporate Debtor are mandatorily required to pay security deposit for restoration of high tension electricity connection....

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Seized documents/ book/ things can be retained for maximum four and half years

Dhruv Krishan Maggu Vs Principal Director General (Delhi High Court)

Delhi High Court held that combine reading of provisions of reading of sections 67(2) second proviso, 67(3), 74(2), 74(10) clarifies that seized documents or book of things can be retained for a maximum period of four and half years....

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Appellate Remedies under GST Law (Part-II) (Revenue’s Appeal & Revision Under GST)

ot only an aggrieved person, but also the Revenue Department may not be in agreement with a decision or an order. In such circumstances, the law provides two mechanisms to the Department: An Application to the Appellate Authority against an adjudication order; the Revision of the decision or order....

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48th GST Council Meeting Highlights

The 48th GST Council meeting was held on 17th December 2022, Saturday, virtually from New Delhi. The meet being chaired by Finance minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman. Here are some key highlights of the meeting: 1. Decriminalization of three kinds of offences under GST 2. Few GST rate rationalization matters were taken up Clarifications wer...

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Web Based Accounting Vs Desktop Accounting

Web-based accounting, also known as online or cloud-based accounting, refers to the use of online tools and software to manage financial transactions, generate reports, and perform other accounting tasks. This is in contrast to desktop software accounting, which involves the use of locally installed software on a computer or server. In re...

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Outflow towards cost of acquisition cannot be ignored for non-registration of assignment agreement

Ravikumar Tirupati Parthasarathy Vs DCIT (ITAT Bangalore)

ITAT Bangalore held that merely for the reason that the assignment agreement is not registered, the actual outflow from the hands of the assessee towards acquisition of the property cannot be ignored for computing the capital gains....

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