Section 234C

Penalties & Prosecutions Under Income tax Act, 1961

Income Tax - Penalties and Prosecutions Default in complying with provisions of or with conditions prescribed under the Income-tax Act would attract certain penalty and in critical cases prosecutions as well. The document will provide you information about the punishable offences, prosecutions and the quantum of penalties that can be imposed under the...

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Advance Tax Provisions relaxed for professionals availing presumptive taxation benefit and for Tax on Dividend

Income Tax - Budget 2017 - It is proposed that the assessee who declares profits and gains in accordance with presumptive taxation regime provided under section 44ADA shall also be liable to pay advance tax in one instalment on or before the 15th of March....

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Power of Commissioner to Reduce or Waive Income Tax Penalty

Income Tax - In the Article on Penalties Under the Income-tax Act, we discussed various penalties imposable under the Income-tax Act in respect of various defaults. Apart from enacting penalty provisions, the Income-tax Act also designed provisions empowering the Principal Commissioner of Income-tax or Commissioner of Income-tax to grant relief from p...

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Penalties under the Income-Tax Act, 1961

Income Tax - Under the Income-tax Act, penalties are levied for various defaults committed by the taxpayer. Some of the penalties are mandatory and a few are at the discretion of the tax authorities. In this part, you can gain knowledge about the provisions relating to various penalties leviable under the Income-tax Act....

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Prosecutions and Punishment under Income-Tax Act, 1961

Income Tax - In Addition to penalty for various defaults, the Income-tax Act,1961 also contains provisions for launching prosecution proceedings against the taxpayers for various offences. This Article explains about the various provisions relating to prosecution which can be launched under the Income-tax Act,...

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Provide relief from Section 234C interest to New Business

Income Tax - Recommendation For Amendment To Section 234C To Provide Relief Where A New Business Is Started During The Financial Year Section 234C provides that no interest for deferment of advance tax shall be levied in cases where the shortfall in payment of tax is on account of under-estimate or failure to estimate capital gains or casual […...

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As Advance tax not payable on salary Income so interest U/s. 234B, 234C cannot be levied

Ian Peter Morris vs. ACIT (Supreme Court of India) - In cases where receipt is by way of salary, deductions under Section 192 of the Act is required to be made. No question of payment of advance tax under Part 'C' of Chapter VII of the Act can arise in cases of receipt by way of 'salary'....

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Section 234C interest not leviable if Assessee could not have anticipated Income

Kumari Kumar Advani Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai) - It was, therefore, contended that assessee was not liable to pay advance tax on 15/9/2011 and 15/12/2011 as the receipt of gift was not estimable at the relevant point of time. Apart therefrom, an additional plea has also been raised, which is to the effect that the interest under section 234C of th...

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Appeal can be filed against Levy of Interest u/s 234A,234B and 234C

Principal Commissioner of Income Tax, Faridabad Vs Shri Krishan Gopal (HUF) (Punjab & Haryana High Court) - The Hon'ble Punjab & Haryan High Court in the case of Shri Krishan Gopal HUF held that the levy of interest u/s 234A , B & C is part and parcel of the of assessment process and it is open to an assessee to dispute the levy in appeal provided he challenge the very levy rather than claiming any waiver...

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Interest u/s 234C is to be levied on Assessed or Returned income whichever is less

Abhishek Cotspin Mills Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Pune) - In the case of Abhishek Cotspin Mills Ltd. v ACIT it is held by ITAT Pune that whenever the Assessee declares the returned income which is higher than the actual Asseessed Income, then interest would be charged under section 234C on the assessed Income and In case assessed income is higher than re...

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Penalties & Prosecutions Under Income tax Act, 1961

Penalties and Prosecutions Default in complying with provisions of or with conditions prescribed under the Income-tax Act would attract certain penalty and in critical cases prosecutions as well. The document will provide you information about the punishable offences, prosecutions and the quantum of penalties that can be imposed under the...

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As Advance tax not payable on salary Income so interest U/s. 234B, 234C cannot be levied

Ian Peter Morris vs. ACIT (Supreme Court of India)

In cases where receipt is by way of salary, deductions under Section 192 of the Act is required to be made. No question of payment of advance tax under Part 'C' of Chapter VII of the Act can arise in cases of receipt by way of 'salary'....

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Section 234C interest not leviable if Assessee could not have anticipated Income

Kumari Kumar Advani Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai)

It was, therefore, contended that assessee was not liable to pay advance tax on 15/9/2011 and 15/12/2011 as the receipt of gift was not estimable at the relevant point of time. Apart therefrom, an additional plea has also been raised, which is to the effect that the interest under section 234C of the Act could not be charged while process...

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Advance Tax Provisions relaxed for professionals availing presumptive taxation benefit and for Tax on Dividend

Budget 2017 - It is proposed that the assessee who declares profits and gains in accordance with presumptive taxation regime provided under section 44ADA shall also be liable to pay advance tax in one instalment on or before the 15th of March....

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Posted Under: Income Tax |

Power of Commissioner to Reduce or Waive Income Tax Penalty

In the Article on Penalties Under the Income-tax Act, we discussed various penalties imposable under the Income-tax Act in respect of various defaults. Apart from enacting penalty provisions, the Income-tax Act also designed provisions empowering the Principal Commissioner of Income-tax or Commissioner of Income-tax to grant relief from p...

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Penalties under the Income-Tax Act, 1961

Under the Income-tax Act, penalties are levied for various defaults committed by the taxpayer. Some of the penalties are mandatory and a few are at the discretion of the tax authorities. In this part, you can gain knowledge about the provisions relating to various penalties leviable under the Income-tax Act....

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Prosecutions and Punishment under Income-Tax Act, 1961

In Addition to penalty for various defaults, the Income-tax Act,1961 also contains provisions for launching prosecution proceedings against the taxpayers for various offences. This Article explains about the various provisions relating to prosecution which can be launched under the Income-tax Act,...

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Advance Tax Provisions, Payment Challan, e-payment Utility & Examples

As per section 208, every person whose estimated tax liability for the year is Rs. 10,000 or more, shall pay his tax in advance, in the form of “advance tax”. In this part you can gain knowledge on various provisions relating to payment of advance tax by a taxpayer....

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All about Income Tax Offences liable to prosecution

In addition to levy of penalty for various defaults by the taxpayer, the Income-tax Act,1961 also contains provisions for initiating prosecution for offences committed by the taxpayer. In this article you will know about offences in respect of which prosecutions can be launched under the Income-tax Law. ...

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How to Calculate Interest U/s. 234A, 234B, 234C

CONSEQUENCES OF SUBMISSION OF RETURN AFTER DUE DATE- If a return is submitted after the due date, the following consequences will be applicable: 1. The assessee will be liable for penal interest under section 234A. 2. A penalty of Rs 5,000 may be imposed under section 271F if belated return is submitted after the end of the assessment yea...

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