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Taxability on Sale of Jointly owned House property & saving of tax thereon

It is very common that people use to purchase the house property (like flat, building etc) in joint name to ensure proper funding for the same and sometime for smooth succession thereof (e.g Generally husband and wife use to purchase property in joint name so that in case of death of any of the person […]...

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Rectification of Employees Details in EPFO records online and offline

EPFO (Employee’s Provided Fund Organization) is an organization which keeps the contribution made towards PF (Provided Fund) of employees and provides pension after attaining the age of 58 / 50 years (provided service period is 10 years or more). EPFO has made it mandatory to link aadhar number of employees to their EPFO account (very [...

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Macro for Demand Draft preparation application letter

There are various method of payment available like cash, cheque, DD, NEFT, RTGS etc. In case of every business enterprise demand draft need to be prepared. Now a days demand draft are generally asked by the Govt authorities, for participating in tenders and for making payment to vendors. For preparation of Demand Draft there is […]...

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ITC (Input tax Credit) utilization order under GST & clarification

We know that ITC (Input tax Credit) plays a very vital role in GST and avoids cascading effect to a very large extent. The order of utilization of ITC (Input Tax Credit) has undergone a lot of changes in the recent past. There are 3 phases for the same: 1st phase (w.e.f 01.07.2017 to 31.01.2019). […]...

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Refund of excess credit balance lying in Electronic Credit Ledger

Whether excess credit balance lying in Electronic Credit Ledger (ECL) can be claimed as refund under GST ? Electronic Credit ledger (ECL) is a ledger under GST in which all the ITC (Input tax Credit) claimed by the dealer through filing of GSTR3B return gets accumulated and utilized based on the output tax liability. Many […]...

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Due Date of Payment- Under Reverse Charge (GST)

Generally a supplier use to collect and pay indirect taxes applicable on supply of goods and services. However Reverse Charge mechanism (RCM) is a method under which the receiver of Goods and service, instead of the supplier, is required to pay GST. The concept of RCM (Reverse Charge Mechanism) under GST is not new as […]...

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Green Shoe Option (GSO), Price stabilization through GSO

Public issue of shares (also knows as IPO) is a very common way of raising funds by a corporate entity. However many a times it has been seen that after public issue of shares the listed price of securities falls below issue price which creates panic in the market and discourages the investors to put […]...

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Pension Income and applicability of Standard deduction u/s 16(ia)

Pension Income and applicability of Standard deduction u/s 16(ia) There are various types of Pensions that a person can receive, some of these are as below: 1. Annuity (uncommuted Pension) received from current employer 2. Annuity (uncommuted Pension) received from former employer 3. Family pension (i.e pension received after death of emp...

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Income Tax Rates & Calculator for 23 years (FY 2006-07 to 2019-20)

We know that in Finance Bill 2019 tax rate for FY 2019-20 for individuals / HUF has not been changed except the fact that rebate u/s 87A has revised to Rs 12,500 if Total Income is upto Rs 5,00,000 (previously it was Rs 2500 if total Income is upto Rs 3,50,000). Tax rates for Individuals […]...

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TDS (Tax Deduction at Source) u/s 51 of CGST Act 2017 for Govt Enterprises

Section 51 CGST (Central Goods and Services Tax) Act 2017, provides that, A department or establishment of Central Govt or State Govt, or local authority or Govt Agencies or other specified persons are required to deduct TDS @ 2% (IGST 2%, or CGST 1% + SGST 1%) ...

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