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Method of accounting can be changed if such change is bona fide and permissible under law

Commissioner of Income Tax II Vs Mapin Publishing Pvt Ltd. (Gujarat High Court at Ahmedabad): Tax Appeal No. 902 of 2013

Change in method of accounting was bona fide and with the compliance of the Accounting Standard – AS 9 – Revenue Recognition issued by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and provisions of S.5 of the Act. ...

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Rejection of Accounting Method followed by Assessee which was accepted in Assessment of earlier Year

CIT Vs. SAS Hotels & Enterprises Limited (Madras High Court)

Method of Accounting regularly followed by the taxpayer which was accepted by the Tax Officer in past cannot be rejected in future years without expressing the dissatisfaction about the correctness or completeness of the accounts of the taxpayer Rec...

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If book results are not rejected, AO has no alternative except to accept the book results

Jai Pulse Mills VS. ITO (ITAT Ahemdabad)

We find that at the time of survey the sample processing was carried out and according to the sample processing, the bi-products consists of chuni, dust, waste, etc. which comes to 8.46% and the books of account reflected the waste and bi-products at 10%. We find from the facts that out of 100 kg. of mug the production of mugdal is 90 kg....

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If AO assume concealment without considering the actual payments made in the subsequent years, such attempt would be premature

Surrel Enterprise Pvt. Ltd. Vs. ACIT (ITAT Ahmedabad)

We have heard both the sides in detail. Thrust given by the C1T(A) on the mens rea reflected in the conduct of the assessee does not survive with usual force, since the judgment of the Hon'ble Supreme Court in the case of Union of India & Others Vs. Dharmendra Textiles Processors & Ors., 306 1TR 277. ...

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Change of method of accounting of overdue charges from mercantile basis to cash system does not create any income

CIT Vs. Annamalai Finance Ltd. (Madras High Court)

In the instant case, learned counsel for the Revenue is not in a position to demonstrate or satisfy us that due to the change of accounting method adopted by the respondent/assessee , which is permissible in law as per the ratio laid down in (i) CIT v. Matchwell Electricals (I.) Ltd. (2003)263 ITR 227 (Bom) and (ii) Hela Holdings Pvt. Ltd...

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Allowability of interest due and payable to financial institution u/s. 43B of Income Tax Act, 1961

Triveni Engineering & Industries Ltd. Vs. CIT (Delhi High Court)

We do not find any error in the approach of the authorities below. Merely because the interest was debited in the books of accounts maintained on mercantile basis would not mean that the interest had become due and accrued because admittedly the interest liability would become due not during the relevant previous year but only for the fir...

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In mercantile method of accounting allowability of expenditure depend on liability to pay

CIT Vs Panacea Biotech Ltd. (Delhi High Court)

So far as the contention with regard to the disallowing the claim on the expenditure incurred on the purchase of two machineries is concerned, the counsel for the Revenue has urged that though with respect to the first machinery an advance payment was made within the Assessment year, with respect to the second machinery no payment at all ...

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Section 145A have disabled the assessee from frequently changing the method of valuation of the stocks

Ananta Raj Proteins Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Delhi 'A' Bench)

13. It may be mentioned that provisions of section 145A were inserted by the Finance Act No. 2, 1998 w.e.f. 1-4-1999. It may be mentioned that prior to assessment year 1998-99 the entire provisions relating to method of accounting were contained in sec. 145 only. As per that sec. The income under the head 'profits and gains of business' o...

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Interest earned on bank deposits received from clients is business income

ACIT Vs Bilawala & Co. (ITAT Mumbai)

In this case it is not disputed that the assessee is a firm of Solicitors & Advocates. It would be necessary to first examine as to whether The Bombay High Court (Original Side Rules are applicable in the case of the solicitors and then to consider the obligations of the Solicitor firm under the said Rules, if found applicable. For this p...

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Allowability of estimated loss on valuation of fixed price contract under the Income Tax Act, 1961

Mazagon Dock Ltd. Vs JCIT (ITAT Mumbai)

9. We have considered the rival submissions and perused the record o the case. The short dispute is whether the anticipated loss on the valuation of fixed price contract, in view of the mandatory requirements of AS-7, is to be allowed in the year in which the contract has been entered into or it is to be spread over a period of contract, ...

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