CA Sandeep Kanoi

Section 206CCA TCS collection for non-filers of income tax return

Income Tax - The Finance Act, 2021 has inserted two new sections, namely, section 206AB and section 206CCA to the Income Tax Act. Both the sections are inserted to encourage regular income tax return filing. Further, both the sections impose higher deduction of TDS and/ or higher collection of TCS in case the specified person has not filed […]...

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Section 194P Tax deduction in case of a specified senior citizen

Income Tax - Section 194P to the Income Tax Act, 1961 is inserted vide the Finance Act, 2021. Provisions of section 194P provide conditional relaxation to the specified senior citizen from filing of an Income Tax Return. The entire provisions of the newly introduced section 194P are briefly explained in the present article. Meaning of term ‘specifie...

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Interest payable on net tax liability under GST

Income Tax - Since its inception, payment of interest under Goods and Services Tax (i.e., GST) has always been controversial. A wide amount of clarifications and amendments has been undertaken in the matter. However, notably, all are going to be at the standstill with the passing of the proposed Budget 2021 amendment. The present article covers the cu...

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Presumptive Taxation Scheme | Income Tax | Section 44AD

Income Tax - For reducing the income tax burden and for providing relief from tedious taxation work to the small taxpayers, the Indian government incorporated the presumptive taxation scheme under Section 44AD. Taxpayers opting for the presumptive taxation scheme can declare their income at the prescribed rate and aren’t required to maintain the boo...

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Section 44AA Maintenance of accounts by certain persons carrying on profession or business

Income Tax - Section 44AA of the Income Tax Act specifies the books of accounts that an assessee is required to maintain for Income Tax. Section 44AA together with Rule 6F lays down the provisions concerning maintaining these books of accounts. As per this section, every person carrying on Legal, Medical, Engineering, Architectural, Accountancy, Techn...

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Online GST Course by TaxGuru & GST Professionals

Income Tax - TaxGuru, GST Professionals and Govt. of India (Ministry of M.S.M.E) announces its Online GST Course Covering whole Gamut of GST and also covering GST Audit & Reconciliation Statements, Filing of Annual GST Returns, Handling GST Assessments and Comprehensive analysis of GST Amendment Acts with recent case laws and Relevant Advance Ruli...

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Wish you all a Very Happy Diwali and Prosperous New Year

Income Tax - We at Taxguru Wishes all our Readers, Staff, Panel Authors, Freelancers, Technical Support Team, Sales team, Editorial Team and Their Family a Very Happy Diwali and Prosperous New Year and wish that New Year shall bring more peace and renewed energy and fulfill your cherished dreams. Regards, Team Taxguru...

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CA Slapped by service Tax Official- Online Petition- CAs Soft target?

Income Tax - In a series of attacks on Chartered Accountants latest is been alleged by A CA from Pune that he has been slapped by a Service Tax Official when he visited his office with his Assistant and client in respect of reset of password of his clients Service Tax Account on online portal of Service Tax Registration....

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Extension of Due Date to 31.10.2015 all over India?

Income Tax - CA Sandeep Kanoi After protest from all over India partial extension by CBDT, Dr. Hasmukh Adhia who took over as Revenue Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Government of India on 01.09.2015 has tweeted on his twitter handle that Because of so many legal verdicts by different courts, we have extended time of filing of audited tax […]...

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Department still amending ITR Schema & Validation Rules but no extension

Income Tax - In this article we have compiled the details of release of Schema of ITR Forms for AY 2015-16 , Schema of Forms (Other than ITR), Schema of Form BB (Return of Net Wealth) for AY 2015-16 and ITR Validation Rules for AY 2015-16 from the details we can make out that department has updated the […]...

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Exercise of S. 263 on expenses claim withdrawn by Assessee valid: SC

Commissioner Of Income Tax Vs Amitabh Bachchan (Supreme Court of India) - Hon'ble SC held that Making a claim which would prima facie disclose that the expenses in respect of which deduction has been claimed has been incurred and thereafter abandoning/withdrawing the same gives rise to the necessity of further enquiry in the interest of the Revenue....

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Interim Stay order period is to be excluded for computing Limitation Period: SC

VLS Finance Ltd. & Anr. Vs Commissioner of Income Tax & Anr. (Supreme Court of India) - It is not in dispute that the period during which interim stay of the order passed by the court is in operation has to be excluded while computing the period of two years as limitation period prescribed for completing the block assessment. ...

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S. 80IC: Despite substantial expansion there cannot be two initial A.Y.

Sh. Sumit Kumar Vs ITO (ITAT Chandigarh) - The initial assessment year has been defined and the expression or' has been used in respect of new units by stating commences operation' or complete substantial expansion'. Here the expression or' is to be read as a mutually exclusive expression which refers to a particular situation by excluding ...

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No Penalty for non disclosure of Income manner, if same was not asked during statement recorded U/s/ 132(4)

DCIT Vs Shri Rajiv Chopra (ITAT Chandigarh) - Where no question was asked during statement recorded under section 132(4), in respect of manner of earning income surrendered, assessee could not be expected to substantiate same later on; penalty could not be levied under section 271AAA...

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Search and seizure are reasonable cause for delay in filing & Payment of Wealth Tax

Loknath Prasad Gupta Vs DCIT (ITAT Kolkata) - We understand that in case of search, assessee is to comply with law and various declaration and formalities which certainly take lot of time. From the aforesaid situation and circumstances, it is clear that there was sufficient cause which prevented the assessee to pay wealth tax in the wealth tax ...

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CBDT rejects KSCAA representation on Extension of ITR/Tax Audit Due Date

F.No.225/207/2016/ITA.II - (30/09/2015) - The Karnataka State Chartered Accountants Association ('KSCAA') has Fled a representation dated 15.09.2015 in Central board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) seeking extension of date for filing returns from 30th, September. 2015. Subsequently KSCAA flied a PIL In Honble Karnataka High Court seeking interventi...

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CBDT extends date only in Punjab, Haryana, UT of Chandigarh and Gujarat

F.No.225/207/2016/ITA.II - (29/09/2015) - Vide its order dated 30.09.2015 CBDT has extended due date only for the state of Haryana, Punjab , Union Territory of Chandigarh and Gujarat. Download Official Copy of the orders in PDF Format F.No.225/207/2016/ITA.II Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue Central Board of Dir...

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Tax Audit / Income tax due date extension order is FAKE : CBDT

NA - (28/09/2015) - It has been brought to the notice of the Government that a fake order dated 26th September 2015 supposedly under section 119 of the Income-tax Act 1961 under the signature of one Upmanyu Reddy, Under Secretary to the Government of India is in circulation. The fake order extends the due date for fili...

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CBDT notifies new Wealth Tax Return Form & Rules for Online Filing

Notification No. 32/2014-Income Tax - (23/06/2014) - Notification No. 32/2014-Income Tax Form of return of net wealth. — (1) The return of net wealth referred to in section 14 shall— (a) in respect of assessment year 2013‐14 and earlier assessment years in the case of individuals, Hindu undivided families and companies, be in Form BA and shall b...

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Section 206CCA TCS collection for non-filers of income tax return

The Finance Act, 2021 has inserted two new sections, namely, section 206AB and section 206CCA to the Income Tax Act. Both the sections are inserted to encourage regular income tax return filing. Further, both the sections impose higher deduction of TDS and/ or higher collection of TCS in case the specified person has not filed […]...

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Section 194P Tax deduction in case of a specified senior citizen

Section 194P to the Income Tax Act, 1961 is inserted vide the Finance Act, 2021. Provisions of section 194P provide conditional relaxation to the specified senior citizen from filing of an Income Tax Return. The entire provisions of the newly introduced section 194P are briefly explained in the present article. Meaning of term ‘specifie...

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Posted Under: Income Tax |

Interest payable on net tax liability under GST

Since its inception, payment of interest under Goods and Services Tax (i.e., GST) has always been controversial. A wide amount of clarifications and amendments has been undertaken in the matter. However, notably, all are going to be at the standstill with the passing of the proposed Budget 2021 amendment. The present article covers the cu...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

Presumptive Taxation Scheme | Income Tax | Section 44AD

For reducing the income tax burden and for providing relief from tedious taxation work to the small taxpayers, the Indian government incorporated the presumptive taxation scheme under Section 44AD. Taxpayers opting for the presumptive taxation scheme can declare their income at the prescribed rate and aren’t required to maintain the boo...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

Section 44AA Maintenance of accounts by certain persons carrying on profession or business

Section 44AA of the Income Tax Act specifies the books of accounts that an assessee is required to maintain for Income Tax. Section 44AA together with Rule 6F lays down the provisions concerning maintaining these books of accounts. As per this section, every person carrying on Legal, Medical, Engineering, Architectural, Accountancy, Techn...

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Section 35CCD Deduction towards expenditure incurred on skill development project

Section 35CCD of the Income Tax Act provides deduction towards expenditure incurred on the skill development project. Whereas, rule 6AAF of the Income Tax Rules provides the guidelines to be followed by the company in order to notify the skill development project. Further, rule 6AAG provides the conditions to be satisfied by the skill dev...

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Section 38 Building, etc. partly used for business, etc., or not used exclusively

Section 38 – Building, etc., partly used for business, etc., or not used exclusively Section 38 of the Income Tax Act deals with the deductions related to buildings, etc., partly used for business, etc., or not exclusively so used. The provisions contained in this section provides in summarized in two parts: 1. Deductions with respe...

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Section 37 General Deductions allowed for Business & Profession

According to Section 37 of the Income Tax Act, 1961, any expenditure not being the expenditure allowed under Sections 30 to 36 and not of capital or personal nature and which are expended exclusively for the purposes of the business or profession are allowed while computing the income from business or profession. Conditions laid out [&hel...

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Section 35AD Deduction towards expenditure on specified business

Deduction available towards expenditure on specified business under section 35AD of the Income Tax Act is briefly explained in the current article. Article explains Provisions of section 35AD of the Income Tax Act, Conditions for claiming deduction under section 35AD, Amount of deduction available under section 35AD and List of specified ...

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Section 35ABA Expenditure towards right to use spectrum for telecommunication services

Capital expenditure incurred by the telecommunication company for acquiring use of spectrum is allowable as a deduction under section 35ABA of the Income Tax Act. Notably, the deduction is allowed over the period of time the spectrum remains in use. The deduction provisions of section 35ABA are briefly taken up and explained in the curren...

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