section 143(3)

Assessments under Income-Tax Act, 1961

Income Tax - Every taxpayer has to furnish the details of his income to the Income-tax Department. These details are to be furnished by filing up his return of income. Once the return of income is filed up by the taxpayer, the next step is the processing of the return of income by the Income Tax Department. ...

Read More

Regular Assessment means Section 143(3) & 144 Assessments only

Income Tax - Modi Industries Limited vs CIT (Supreme Court) Having regard to the scheme of the Act and use of the phrase `regular assessment’ in various sections of the Act – we are of the view that in Section 214, `regular assessment’ has been used in no other sense than the first order of assessment passed under […]...

Read More

FAQs on Assessments under the Income-tax Law

Income Tax - Every taxpayer has to furnish the details of his income to the Income-tax Department. These details are to be furnished by filing his return of income. Once the return of income is filed by the taxpayer...

Read More

Various Type of Assessment & amp; Study of Best Judgement Assessment

Income Tax - Self assessment - The assessee is required to make a self assessment and pay the tax on the basis of the returns furnished. Any tax paid by the assessee under self assessment is deemed to have been paid towards regular assessment. Regular assessment - On the basis of thereturn of income chargeable to tax furnished by the assessee an intim...

Read More

Scrutiny assessment under Income Tax Act, 1961

Income Tax - The Scrutiny Assessments under Income Tax Act 1961 are made u/s 143(3). For many years now many of the returns of the assesses are accepted as they are being filed by the assesses and intimation is sent u/s 143(1) and only fewer cases are selected for scrutiny assessment based upon some predetermined criterias. Therefore every assessee de...

Read More

Allow making of fresh claim during assessment proceedings

Income Tax - It has been observed that in many cases an assessee may wish to make a claim which was not made in the return of income filed under section 139. Where the assessee makes a claim of any expenditure or a deduction during the assessment proceedings which had not been made in the return of income […]...

Read More

Format of details to submitted during Income Tax Assessment

Income Tax - We have attached a file in excel format. The file contains the format of various details which normally assessing officer asks Assessee to furnish during Scrutiny Assessment U/s. 143(3) of the Income Tax Act, 1961. We have attached the format of following details :-...

Read More

Income assessed by CPC, Bangalore cannot be taken as returned income

Ranuj Nagrik Sahakari Bank Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Ahmedabad) - Ranuj Nagrik Sahakari Bank Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Ahmedabad) Assessee has filed return of income declaring total income at Rs.32,01,050/-which was processed by the CPC, Bangalore under section 143(1) and assessed at Rs.37,66,259/-. In the scrutiny assessment under section 143(3), the ld.AO has taken the ...

Read More

ITAT deletes addition in respect of bogus Purchases

Supertech Forgings (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Amritsar) - Supertech Forgings (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Amritsar) No addition in respect of bogus Purchases can be made during the year under consideration No addition in respect of bogus Purchases can be made during the year under consideration where the purchases made from the same parties have been ac...

Read More

Delhi HC stays assessment framed u/s 143(3)/144B

Centum Finance Limited Vs National Faceless Assessment Centre Delhi & Anr. (Delhi High Court) - Centum Finance Limited Vs National Faceless Assessment Centre Delhi & Anr. (Delhi High Court) Delhi High Court, in the case of Javin Centum Finance Ltd. vide order dated 12.8.2021, set aside the assessment , which was framed 143(3) r/s section 144B of the Income Tax Act, 1961 on 11.6.2021, on th...

Read More

Reassessment after 4 year invalid if assessee disclosed all material facts during original assessment

CIT Vs Mr. John Ettimootil Samuel (Madras High Court) - CIT Vs Mr. John Ettimootil Samuel (Madras High Court) 1. Sets aside reassessment framed u/s 147 after expiry of four years of assessment u/s 143(3), holding that the assessee had disclosed all material facts in the original assessment qua consideration and deemed consideration u/s 50C of the Act. 2....

Read More

E-assessment Personal hearing & Principles of Natural Justice

Civitech Developers Private Limited Vs National E-Assessment Centre (Delhi High Court) - Civitech Developers Private Limited Vs National E-Assessment Centre (Delhi High Court) Personal hearing, if prayed, should be allowed else E-assessment order vitiates for non compliance of statutory provisions & Principles of Natural Justice The scheme of faceless E- Assessment provides for pers...

Read More

No processing of returns for I-T refund if selected for Scrutiny

Instruction No.1/2015 - (13/01/2015) - Instruction No.1/2015 Clarification regarding applicability of section 143(1D) of the Income-tax Act, 1961- Vide Finance Act, 2012, section 143(1D) was introduced in income tax act which prohibited processing of income tax returns in case notice u/s 143(2) has been issued (i.e. scrutiny cases). Ambi...

Read More

Recent Posts in "section 143(3)"

Income assessed by CPC, Bangalore cannot be taken as returned income

Ranuj Nagrik Sahakari Bank Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Ahmedabad)

Ranuj Nagrik Sahakari Bank Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Ahmedabad) Assessee has filed return of income declaring total income at Rs.32,01,050/-which was processed by the CPC, Bangalore under section 143(1) and assessed at Rs.37,66,259/-. In the scrutiny assessment under section 143(3), the ld.AO has taken the income of Rs.37,66,259/- assessed under ...

Read More

ITAT deletes addition in respect of bogus Purchases

Supertech Forgings (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Amritsar)

Supertech Forgings (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Amritsar) No addition in respect of bogus Purchases can be made during the year under consideration No addition in respect of bogus Purchases can be made during the year under consideration where the purchases made from the same parties have been accepted in subsequent year by Department....

Read More

Delhi HC stays assessment framed u/s 143(3)/144B

Centum Finance Limited Vs National Faceless Assessment Centre Delhi & Anr. (Delhi High Court)

Centum Finance Limited Vs National Faceless Assessment Centre Delhi & Anr. (Delhi High Court) Delhi High Court, in the case of Javin Centum Finance Ltd. vide order dated 12.8.2021, set aside the assessment , which was framed 143(3) r/s section 144B of the Income Tax Act, 1961 on 11.6.2021, on the basis of notices issued […]...

Read More

Reassessment after 4 year invalid if assessee disclosed all material facts during original assessment

CIT Vs Mr. John Ettimootil Samuel (Madras High Court)

CIT Vs Mr. John Ettimootil Samuel (Madras High Court) 1. Sets aside reassessment framed u/s 147 after expiry of four years of assessment u/s 143(3), holding that the assessee had disclosed all material facts in the original assessment qua consideration and deemed consideration u/s 50C of the Act. 2. The Tribunal was fully justified in [&h...

Read More

E-assessment Personal hearing & Principles of Natural Justice

Civitech Developers Private Limited Vs National E-Assessment Centre (Delhi High Court)

Civitech Developers Private Limited Vs National E-Assessment Centre (Delhi High Court) Personal hearing, if prayed, should be allowed else E-assessment order vitiates for non compliance of statutory provisions & Principles of Natural Justice The scheme of faceless E- Assessment provides for personal hearing in certain circumstances. I...

Read More

Assessments under Income-Tax Act, 1961

Every taxpayer has to furnish the details of his income to the Income-tax Department. These details are to be furnished by filing up his return of income. Once the return of income is filed up by the taxpayer, the next step is the processing of the return of income by the Income Tax Department. ...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax | ,

Regular Assessment means Section 143(3) & 144 Assessments only

Modi Industries Limited vs CIT (Supreme Court) Having regard to the scheme of the Act and use of the phrase `regular assessment’ in various sections of the Act – we are of the view that in Section 214, `regular assessment’ has been used in no other sense than the first order of assessment passed under […]...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

FAQs on Assessments under the Income-tax Law

Every taxpayer has to furnish the details of his income to the Income-tax Department. These details are to be furnished by filing his return of income. Once the return of income is filed by the taxpayer...

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

In absence of a valid section 143(2) notice scrutiny assessment cannot be framed

Shivam Dhatu Udyog Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Kolkata) 

Supreme Court has held that issue of a legally valid notice u/s. 143(2) is mandatory for usurping jurisdiction to frame scrutiny assessment u/s. 143(3) of the Act and in the absence of a valid notice u/s 143(2) the scrutiny assessment u/s 143(3) cannot be framed and omission to issue notice u/s 143(2) of the Act is not a curable defect....

Read More

Valid issuance of notice u/s 143(2) mandatory for framing scrutiny assessment

Balaji Enterprise Vs ACIT (ITAT Guwahati)

Balaji Enterprise Vs ACIT (ITAT Guwahati) The case of the assessee was reopened u/s 148 by the ACIT, Investigation, Delhi, on the basis of CBI search. When the question of jurisdiction came before the Hon’ble High Court, it was held that where the assessee shifts his residence etc., the AO of the place where the […]...

Read More

Browse All Categories

CA, CS, CMA (5,801)
Company Law (7,804)
Custom Duty (8,841)
DGFT (4,666)
Excise Duty (4,560)
Fema / RBI (4,897)
Finance (5,277)
Income Tax (38,938)
SEBI (4,213)
Service Tax (3,821)

Search Posts by Date

November 2021
M T W T F S S
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
2930