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Direct & Indirect Taxes : Monthly Updates

Date & Time – 3rd December 2022 (Time:11 a.m to 12:30 p.m)

Tax Guru is Organizing a 1 and Half Hour Workshop for discussions on ‘Direct & Indirect Taxes : Monthly Updates’ on the following topics-


1. Replying to notices for ITC denial for-

A. Mismatch between GSTR 2A and GSTR 3B

B. Suppliers not existent

C. Suppliers GSTIN cancelled ab-initio

D. Others

2. End to End understanding on GST refunds stuck with DGARM : Discussion on Instruction No 4 on GST Refunds

3. Discussion on all recent Developments under GST including discussion on case laws, notifications, circulars, etc in the bygone month.

Income Tax

1. How to deal with Notices u/s 142 of Income Tax

2. Discussion on Apex Court judgement on Sec 194H

3. Transfer Pricing Adjustment – For reimbursement of Expenses/ receivables

4. Commission Income Deduction u/s 37(1) – When sustainable, when not…

5. Other recent issues under Income tax

The No. of participants would be limited, and it will be on First Come-First Serve Basis. Participants are requested to please join at least 10 minutes before start. In case of any queries, you may connect to +91 99035 81757.

Kindly Pre-Register on the Registration Link given hereunder-

Registration Link:

Meeting link:

Meeting number: 2535 606 4355

Password: Tcas@2022

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Speaker: Vivek Jalan – Partner of Tax Connect Advisory Services LLP

Author Bio

Mr. Vivek Jalan is a Fellow Member of the Institute Of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) ; a qualified LL.M (Constitutional Law) and LL.B. He is the Chairman of The Core Group on Indirect Taxes of The CII- Economic Affairs and Taxation Committee (ER); He is the Chairman of The Fiscal Affairs Com View Full Profile

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