CA Yogesh S. Limaye - Page 2

Allow judiciary the freedom of expression

Author in this article discusses the recent judgement relating to contempt of court against Adv. Prashant Bhushanand the relatively less discussed related aspect namely freedom [or absence thereof] of expression to judges....

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Re-introduction of inheritance tax !! Appropriate tool in testing time?

Objective The Author in this article, discusses inheritance tax being the tool to tide over the covid-19 phenomenon Background a) In view of the outbreak of Covid-19, various state Governments are struggling to even pay salaries of their staff. Central Government is no exception for the same. It is a consequence of multiple things which [...

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Background material for study of Taxation Law Amendment Act, 2019

Author in this article makes available relevant material so as to enable the reader analyse the impact of the Taxation Laws (Amendment) Act, 2019 which sets to replace the Taxation Laws (Amendment) Ordinance, 2019....

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Profit Attribution to PE – a game changer

Author in this article discusses proposed taxation regime by CBDT on Profit attribution to a PE in India and recommendations thereon. It is definitely a welcome step as it will reduce the quantum of litigation....

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Impact of section 145A on a non-scheduled Bank [Part – II]

What will be the impact of section 145A [as substituted] on the computation of taxable income of the bank whether for FY 2017-18 or FY 2016-17 or even for the earlier year(s)?...

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Amendment to Section 50C by FA 2018 curative? Hence retrospective?

The author discusses that recent amendment by Finance Act, 2018 to section 50C of allowing 5% deviation may be curative in nature and hence there is a case that the same may be treated as having a retrospective effect from the date on which section 50C came into force i.e. 1-4-2003. IT will reduce burden […]...

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Section 145B – Missing – what is preached ?

A company is eligible for a non-export incentive. It has during FY 2017-18, complied with the criteria of reasonable certainty for receiving a non-export incentive. The company the same in books as per accounting standards....

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No tax liability still TDS mandatory?

Academy of Medical Sciences Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax (Kerala High Court)

Academy of Medical Sciences Vs. CIT (Kerala High Court) Background Chapter XVII-B of the Income Tax Act, 1961 deals with deduction and collection of tax at source [with-holding tax].  This chapter is sub survient to section 4 i.e. charging section of the Act. Section 40(a)(ia) deals with dis-allowance of a portion of expenditure[ which i...

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Plain Language Drafting – Need of Hour

In general, it is observed that many laws are written, arranged and designed in a way that makes them hard for common man to understand. The same is true for various contracts which are used in day to day life e.g. insurance contracts. USA Government has passed a law namely the Plain Writing Act of […]...

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Tax planning opportunity by SC?

CIT Vs. M/s Modipon Ltd. (Supreme Court of India)

The decision relates to deductibility of excise duty u/s 43B of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Section 43-B requires cumulative existence of following; The deduction claimed by the Assessee must be otherwise allowable under the other provisions of the Act....

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