Section 269ST

Disallowance u/s 40A(3) vs Restrictions on cash u/s 269ST

Income Tax - Example: Five separate invoices of Rs. 60,000 each were issued to a customer. The customer intends to make cash payment in installments of Rs. 10,000 each on daily basis. State the applicability of Sec 269ST and 40A(3)? As per sec 40A(3), if any payment is made by an assessee to a person in a day above Rs.10,000, other than […]...

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Restrictions on Cash Transactions of Rs. 2 Lacs or More under Income Tax

Income Tax - Provisions of Section 269ST Section 269 T was inserted in the Income Tax Act, 1961 by the Finance Act, 2017. The government has aimed to curb generation of black money, to move towards less cash economy and promote digital economy. The government has attempted to target and penalize receiver instead of payer. It is applicable […]...

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Know when to say no to cash transactions

Income Tax - We were told by history that before advent of cash there was concept of barter system though barter system where there was no currency ‘no cash’ and things were exchanged according to needs and sooner society realized that barter system having its own series of advantages and disadvantages need to be left behind with time and later on...

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Be Careful…while making transactions in cash!!

Income Tax - Krishna, Today is 13th October last day for the promotion of Elections. In the chaos of election, crores of rupees were ceased. During this period Election Commission has laid many restrictions on cash transaction. But what are the provisions of cash transactions under Income Tax Act?...

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Section 269ST Basic Provisions as Per Income Tax Act

Income Tax - No person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more— (a) in aggregate from a person in a day; or (b) in respect of a single transaction; or (c) in respect of transactions relating to one event or occasion from a person, otherwise than by an account payee cheque or an account payee bank draft or use of electronic clearing system...

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Clean Transactions, Cleaner Economy, Go Cashless, Go Clean

Income Tax - DON’T √ Accept cash of Rs.  2,00,000 or more in aggregate from a single person in a day or for one or more transactions relating to one event or occasion. √ Receive or repay Rs.  20,000 or more in cash for transfer of Immovable Property. √ Pay more than Rs.  10,000 in cash relating to […]...

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Section 269ST Restriction on cash transactions– Certain concerns

Income Tax - In order to achieve the mission of the Government to move towards a less cash economy to reduce generation and circulation of black money, the Finance Act 2017 inserted section 269ST  in the Act to provide that no person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more...

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ICAI President’s Message – May 2017 on GST, Tax Changes etc.

Income Tax - The Finance Bill, 2017 proposed an insertion of Section 271J in the Income-tax Act, 1961. Considering the undue hardships to be caused to our members, the ICAI had made various representations to the Ministry of Finance, Revenue Secretary and CBDT...

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Cash withdrawals from bank do not attract Section 269ST Penalty

Income Tax - It has also been decided that the restriction on cash transaction under section 269ST shall not apply to withdrawal of cash from a bank, co­operative bank or a post office savings bank....

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Section 269ST- Restriction on cash transactions -Certain concerns to be addressed

Income Tax - In order to achieve the mission of the Government to move towards a less cash economy to reduce generation and circulation of black money, the Finance Bill 2017 proposes to insert section 269ST in the Act to provide that no person shall receive an amount of three lakh rupees or more...

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No Section 271D Penalty for cash received from commission agent against sale of crops

Hardeep. Singh Vs JCIT (ITAT Chandigarh) - Transactions between the assessee and the Commission Agent were relating to the sale of agriculture crops, therefore, there was no receipt or repayment of loan or deposit, accordingly penalty levied by the A.O. and sustained by the Ld. CIT(A) under section 271 E of the Act is also deleted....

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CBDT notifies more modes of e-payments; 6DD limit reduced to ₹ 10000

Notification No. 08/2020-Income-Tax [G.S.R. 56(E)] - (29/01/2020) - Notification No. 8/2020-Income-Tax- CBDT has notified Other electronic modes by inserting New Income TAx Rule 6ABBA. It also amended marginal heading of rule 6DD and in rule 6DD for the words ‘account payee bank draft, exceeds twenty thousand rupees’, the words, figures and letters ̵...

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Clarification on Cash sale of agricultural produce by cultivators/agriculturist

Circular No. 27/2017-Income Tax - (03/11/2017) - Representations have been received from the stakeholders regarding applicability of income-tax provision to cash sale of agricultural produce by cultivators/agriculturists to traders....

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Clarifications in respect of section 269ST of Income-tax Act, 1961

Circular No. 22 of 2017-Income Tax - (03/07/2017) - Circular No. 22 of 2017 F.No.370142/10/2017-TPL Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue (Central Board of Direct Taxes) (TPL Division) *** Dated 03rd July, 2017 Clarifications in respect of section 269ST of the Income-tax Act, 1961 With a view to promote digital economy and cre...

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Transaction on which provision of section 269ST shall not apply

Notification No. 57/2017-Income Tax [S.O. 2065(E)] - (03/07/2017) - Central Government hereby specifies that the provision of section 269ST shall not apply to the following, namely: (a) receipt by a business correspondent on behalf of a banking company or co-operative bank, in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Reserve Bank of India;...

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Section 269ST not applies to receipt from bank or post office

Notification No. 28/2017-Income Tax [S.O. 1057(E))] - (05/04/2017) - CBDT notified that Section 269ST not applies to cash receipt from banking company, post office savings bank or co-operative bank....

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Disallowance u/s 40A(3) vs Restrictions on cash u/s 269ST

Example: Five separate invoices of Rs. 60,000 each were issued to a customer. The customer intends to make cash payment in installments of Rs. 10,000 each on daily basis. State the applicability of Sec 269ST and 40A(3)? As per sec 40A(3), if any payment is made by an assessee to a person in a day above Rs.10,000, other than […]...

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Restrictions on Cash Transactions of Rs. 2 Lacs or More under Income Tax

Provisions of Section 269ST Section 269 T was inserted in the Income Tax Act, 1961 by the Finance Act, 2017. The government has aimed to curb generation of black money, to move towards less cash economy and promote digital economy. The government has attempted to target and penalize receiver instead of payer. It is applicable […]...

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Know when to say no to cash transactions

We were told by history that before advent of cash there was concept of barter system though barter system where there was no currency ‘no cash’ and things were exchanged according to needs and sooner society realized that barter system having its own series of advantages and disadvantages need to be left behind with time and later on...

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Be Careful…while making transactions in cash!!

Krishna, Today is 13th October last day for the promotion of Elections. In the chaos of election, crores of rupees were ceased. During this period Election Commission has laid many restrictions on cash transaction. But what are the provisions of cash transactions under Income Tax Act?...

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Section 269ST Basic Provisions as Per Income Tax Act

No person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more— (a) in aggregate from a person in a day; or (b) in respect of a single transaction; or (c) in respect of transactions relating to one event or occasion from a person, otherwise than by an account payee cheque or an account payee bank draft or use of electronic clearing system...

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Surgical Strike on Cash Transactions

a) Legal Measure Applicable to Receipt of Money i. Section 13A : Exemption for certain income of political parties No donation exceeding Rs.2000 is received by such political party otherwise than by an account payee cheque drawn on a bank or an account payee bank draft or use of electronic clearing system through a bank […]...

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No Section 271D Penalty for cash received from commission agent against sale of crops

Hardeep. Singh Vs JCIT (ITAT Chandigarh)

Transactions between the assessee and the Commission Agent were relating to the sale of agriculture crops, therefore, there was no receipt or repayment of loan or deposit, accordingly penalty levied by the A.O. and sustained by the Ld. CIT(A) under section 271 E of the Act is also deleted....

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Taxation of Cash Transactions under Income Tax Act, 1961

Cash transactions seldom leave any trail and has always been a facilitator of black money. Whereas, electronic transactions ensure a clear money trail and make it very difficult for tax evaders. Government, in this regard, has from time to time bought in various provisions in order to restrict/discourage cash transactions and incentivise...

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Treatment of Cash Transaction & Cash Expenses Limit in Income Tax

अर्जुन: हे माधव, प्रणाम! मेरी एक समस्या का निवारण कीजिए। कृष्ण: कहिए अर्जुन! बताइए क्या समस्या हैं? अर्जुन: माधव, मुझे यह बताए कि GST का...

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Receipt or Payment In Cash (Cash Transactions) under Income Tax Act

As we all know about the section 269ST, which was introduced by the Central Government in the Income Tax Act, 1961 by the Finance Act, 2017, to curb tax evasion, regulation and circulation of black money. 1. Basic Understanding of Section 269ST As per section 269ST, any person who enters into a transaction of Rs […]...

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Restrictions on Cash Transactions under Income Tax Act, 1961

In order to restrict cash transactions, the government has come out with several provisions and related rules to prohibit various types of cash payments in the Finance Acts. The effects of restrictions under provisions of income tax act are as follows: Restrict cash transactions by disallowances of expenses or deduction under chapter VIA ...

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Analytical Study of Section 269ST of Income Tax Act, 1961

Sec 269ST of The Income Tax Act, 1961 states that No person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more— (a) in aggregate from a person in a day; or (b) in respect of a single transaction; or (c) in respect of transactions relating to one event or occasion from a person, otherwise […]...

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Cash Sale Limit under GST / Income Tax Act

CGST Act 2017 has no provision restricting cash transactions, but In order to, curb black money ,the government has imposed various restrictions on cash receipts /payments and cash withdrawal  from time to time through Income Tax Act 1961. The Government has amended clause 84 of Section 194N vide Finance Act 2020 . Accordingly TDS @ [&he...

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Cash Transaction Limit – When to Say No

Gradually, the Indian Economy is getting digitalized and ultimately moving towards a cashless economy. Electronic transactions ensure a clear money trail and make it very difficult for tax evaders. In a bid to curb black money as well as limit the number of cash transactions, the Government from time to time has introduced many new [&hell...

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Cash Transaction – Limit & Consequences of Non-Compliance under Income Tax Act

Cash transaction leaves no trail of the payer that causes tax evasion & black money. It affects the Indian economy by dual aspect one is revenue deficit to government and another one is unaccounted money that cannot flow in the economy.  Both of these problems terribly effects the development of a country. That’s why government [&h...

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Section 269ST of Income Tax Act, 1961

Introduction:-Section 269ST of Income Tax Act, 1961 restricts the cash transaction. It was introduced to do cashless transaction for avoid evasion of Taxation. Lets we discuss about the Section in Details. Sec 269ST prescribes that no person shall receive amount of two lakh or more– 1. In aggregate from a person in a single day;or [...

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Cash Receipt!! Is it really a Receipt??

Central Government is putting all efforts to curb use of cash which is focused on un-accounted transactions. As we all know, not all transactions that are transacted in cash hold the colour of un-accounted money, the contrary is that all the un-accounted transactions takes place in cash....

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Section 271DA Penalty for contravening provisions of section 269ST

With an aim to hold control over black money transaction and also to promote the digital transactions, the provisions of section 269ST of the Income Tax Act were introduced and made effective from 1st April 2017. The provisions of section 269ST mandate specific modes of undertaking transactions. In case the person fails to comply with [&h...

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CBDT notifies more modes of e-payments; 6DD limit reduced to ₹ 10000

Notification No. 08/2020-Income-Tax [G.S.R. 56(E)] (29/01/2020)

Notification No. 8/2020-Income-Tax- CBDT has notified Other electronic modes by inserting New Income TAx Rule 6ABBA. It also amended marginal heading of rule 6DD and in rule 6DD for the words ‘account payee bank draft, exceeds twenty thousand rupees’, the words, figures and letters ‘account payee bank draft or use of ele...

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Cash Transactions above Rs. 2 lakhs banned from 01.04.2017

Section 269ST was introduced by Finance Act, 2017. The intention of the government is to ban all transactions in cash above Rs. 2 lacs from 01.04.2017. Therefore now any person who enters into a transaction above Rs. 2 lacs in cash, will be liable to a penalty of an amount equivalent to the amount of transaction....

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Applicability of Section 269ST on Co-Operative Societies

As per Section 269ST transactions in the nature referred to in Section 269SS are exempted from the ambit of Section 269ST. 269 SS refers to the transactions of receiving Deposits and Loans from others. Therefore, 269 ST is not applicable to the receipt of deposits and loans. ...

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Section 269ST: Cash sale of Agricultural Produce by Cultivator or Agriculturist

To put restriction on the cash transactions & promote digital economy, section 269ST was inserted in the Income-tax Act, 1961 vide Finance Act, 2017 w.e.f 1st April 2017. Article discusses Provisions of Section 269ST which Prohibits receipt of an amount of Rs. 2 lakh or more by a person, Section 271DA which provides penalties for [&he...

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Section 269ST- Treatment of Cash Transactions above Rs. 2 Lakhs

SECTION 269ST- Treatment of Cash Transactions above Rs. 2 Lakhs You can repay your loan amount to any HFC (Housing finance company) or NBFC (Non-banking finance company) in cash provided each loan installment is less than Rs 2 lakhs. The government in the last budget introduced Section 269ST. Under the section, cash transactions exceeding...

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Treatment of Cash Transactions above Rs 2 Lakhs

As we all are aware of Section 269ST which was introduced by finance act, 2017 in Income tax act, 1961 by the central government in order to curb the tax evasion, regulation and circulation of Black money. This article will cover the detailed analysis of the said section alongwith some practical examples. 1. Basic Understanding […]...

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Cashless Economy And The Role of Banks

Traditionally, Indian Economy had been an economy where cash has been the King in the settlement between various parties. This was mainly because organized banking had not spread throughout the length and breadth of the country. However, the nationalization of the banks in the year 1969, by the Central Government to some extent had increa...

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Budget 2019: Prescription of other electronic mode of payments

There are various provisions in the Act which prohibit cash transactions and allow/encourage payment or receipt only through account payee cheque, account payee draft or electronic clearing system through a bank account. Section 13A of the Act requires a political party to receive donation exceeding rupees two thousand only through an acc...

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Brief Study of Section 269ST of Income Tax Act, 1961

In this article we will understand why section 269ST is introduced and what is the need of invoking such provisions, Section 269ST was introduced by finance act, 2017 in Income tax act, 1961 by the central government in order to curb the tax evasion, regulation and circulation of Black money. Most of the transactions in […]...

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Precautions to be taken while entering into a real estate transaction

In this article we will be discussing about the precautions to be take care while entering into a real estate transaction. Let us understand this article in the form of short story; There are two brothers namely Pushp kumar sahu and Uday kumar sahu who have entered into a transaction of immovable property worth 48 […]...

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Clean Transactions, Cleaner Economy, Go Cashless, Go Clean

DON’T √ Accept cash of Rs.  2,00,000 or more in aggregate from a single person in a day or for one or more transactions relating to one event or occasion. √ Receive or repay Rs.  20,000 or more in cash for transfer of Immovable Property. √ Pay more than Rs.  10,000 in cash relating to […]...

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All about Cash receipt exceeding Rs 2,00,000 under Income Tax Act

There are various provision inserted via Finances Act to put a limit on Cash Transaction for a check on Black Money and Tax Theft, below are the following provision applicable to Assesses (Liable for Audit u/s 44 AB of the Act) SECTION 269ST PROVISION OF SECTION 269ST: No person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more— [&...

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Cash transaction – Section 269ST

Limit/Restriction on Cash transaction U/s 269ST of Income Tax Act.1961- Cash transactions in the economy mainly responsible to increase or promote the black money circulation in their respective fields/Areas. With an objective to control the black money circulation and promote the digital economy in the country the Government has introdu...

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Relaxation of Penalty U/S 271DA for Violation of Section 269ST

Finance Act 2017, instead of amending section 273B, inserted a proviso to section 271DA itself to the effect that, no penalty shall be imposable if such person proves that there were good and sufficient reasons for the contravention of section 269ST. However, what could constitute good and sufficient reasons for contravention have not bee...

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Whether Section 269ST also applies To Capital Contribution To / Withdrawals From Firm By Partner

Whether the provisions of Section 269ST are also applicable on transactions between the firm and its partners? In this article an attempt has been made to discuss various aspects of this issue....

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“Event” Or “Occasion” In Section 269ST of Income Tax Act: An Analysis

Article give Introduction of Section 269ST further article explains Ambiguity Relating To The Words 'Event' / 'Occasion' Used In Section 269ST, Requirements To Ensure Compliance With Clause (c) of Section 269/ST, Different Type Of Events / Occasions for Section 269ST, Separatebility / Inseparatibility Of Transactions and  Some Suggested ...

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Section 269ST- How to Compute Limit in different circumstances

Union Budget 2017-18: Restrictions Levied On Cash Receipts U/S. 269ST– How to Compute Limit of Less Than Rs. 3 Lakhs in Different Circumstances ...

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Restrictions levied on Cash Receipts- Analysis of few aspects of Section 269ST

The Finance Bill, 2017 has proposed to introduce a new section 269ST in the Income Tax Act with effect from 01st April, 2017. This section aims for restricting the cash transaction for achieving the mission of the Government to move towards less cash economy to reduce generation and circulation of black money in the economy....

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Restriction on Cash Transaction under Section 269ST of Income Tax Act, 1961

The Central Government is continuously working to curb and stop black money circulations in our country. In order to achieve their motto Central Government has introduced provisions of Section 269ST and 271DA in the Income Tax Act, 1961, with effect from 1st April, 2017. ...

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All you need to know about various provisions in relation to Cash transactions under Income tax Act

The Government of India with an intention to evade black money and to discourage the cash transactions time and again taking various steps. Specially the Income tax Act is amended and provided with disallowances and stringent penal provisions for various types of cash transactions. Let us briefly understand some of such provisions here....

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Section 269ST Restriction on cash transactions– Certain concerns

In order to achieve the mission of the Government to move towards a less cash economy to reduce generation and circulation of black money, the Finance Act 2017 inserted section 269ST  in the Act to provide that no person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more...

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Clarification on Cash sale of agricultural produce by cultivators/agriculturist

Circular No. 27/2017-Income Tax (03/11/2017)

Representations have been received from the stakeholders regarding applicability of income-tax provision to cash sale of agricultural produce by cultivators/agriculturists to traders....

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Cash Transactions – Latest clarification by CBDT

To put restriction on the cash transactions & promote digital economy, a new section 269ST has been inserted in the Income-tax Act, 1961 vide Finance Act, 2017. * Section 269ST – In Brief: The said section, prohibits receipt of an amount of ` 2 lakh or more by a person, Circumstances — In aggregate from […]...

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Clarifications in respect of section 269ST of Income-tax Act, 1961

Circular No. 22 of 2017-Income Tax (03/07/2017)

Circular No. 22 of 2017 F.No.370142/10/2017-TPL Government of India Ministry of Finance Department of Revenue (Central Board of Direct Taxes) (TPL Division) *** Dated 03rd July, 2017 Clarifications in respect of section 269ST of the Income-tax Act, 1961 With a view to promote digital economy and create a disincentive against cash economy,...

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Transaction on which provision of section 269ST shall not apply

Notification No. 57/2017-Income Tax [S.O. 2065(E)] (03/07/2017)

Central Government hereby specifies that the provision of section 269ST shall not apply to the following, namely: (a) receipt by a business correspondent on behalf of a banking company or co-operative bank, in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Reserve Bank of India;...

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ICAI President’s Message – May 2017 on GST, Tax Changes etc.

The Finance Bill, 2017 proposed an insertion of Section 271J in the Income-tax Act, 1961. Considering the undue hardships to be caused to our members, the ICAI had made various representations to the Ministry of Finance, Revenue Secretary and CBDT...

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Six Things you should know about the Finance Act 2017

Here are 6 key takeaways from the Finance Act 2017 that you must know: 1. Change in Rate of Slab Rates 2. Reduction in Benefit U/s 87A 3. TDS on Rent paid by Individual 4. Change in Capital Gains 5. Ceiling on Cash Transaction 6. Digital Payments in Presumptive Taxation...

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Surgical strike on cash- accepting cash of Rs. 2 Lakh and more is an offence now- Section 269ST

In India, the quantum of domestic black money is huge which adversely affects the revenue of the Government creating a resource crunch for its various welfare programmes. Black money is generally transacted in cash and large amount of unaccounted wealth is store and used in form of cash....

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Beware of Income Tax provisions before entering into Cash Transactions

Government has introduced new section 269ST limiting cash transactions above Rs. 2 lakhs. There are no exceptions to this. Even gift received in cash form close relatives above Rs. 2 lakhs come under the ambit of this section. At present there are also certain other provisions which have either a cap or a complete ban on cash transactions...

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Finance Act 2017: Cash transaction compliance a must w.e.f 1-4-2017 or face heavy penalty

Section 269SST includes within its sweep all types of cash receipts from any person of whatever nature whether as donations or gifts or compensation, encashment of securities/instruments etc. A penalty equal to the amount of such receipt shall be imposed u/s 271D....

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Cash withdrawals from bank do not attract Section 269ST Penalty

It has also been decided that the restriction on cash transaction under section 269ST shall not apply to withdrawal of cash from a bank, co­operative bank or a post office savings bank....

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Section 269ST not applies to receipt from bank or post office

Notification No. 28/2017-Income Tax [S.O. 1057(E))] (05/04/2017)

CBDT notified that Section 269ST not applies to cash receipt from banking company, post office savings bank or co-operative bank....

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In-Depth Analysis of Section 269STof Income Tax Act

PROVISION OF SECTION 269ST No person shall receive an amount of two lakh rupees or more (a) in aggregate from a person in a day; or (b) in respect of a single transaction; or (c) in respect of transactions relating to one event or occasion from a person, otherwise than by an account payee cheque or an account payee bank draft or use of el...

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BAN on Cash Transactions…!!! Finance Act 2017

A new section 269ST has been introduced, no person (except banking company, Government, post office co-operative & other as may notify by Government) shall receive an amount of Rs. 2 lakh or more –...

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Govt may reduce proposed cash transaction limit of 3 Lakh to 2 Lakh

Revenue Secretary Dr Hasmukh Adhia tweeted on 21.03.2017 that In the official amendment to Finance Bill 2017 Govt has proposed that limit of 3 lakhs for cash transaction, beyond which it is illegal, be reduced to 2 lakhs. The penalty for violating this is a fine equivalent to the amount of transaction. ...

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Section 269ST- Restriction on cash transactions -Certain concerns to be addressed

In order to achieve the mission of the Government to move towards a less cash economy to reduce generation and circulation of black money, the Finance Bill 2017 proposes to insert section 269ST in the Act to provide that no person shall receive an amount of three lakh rupees or more...

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Sec 269ST– Cash receipt– danger ahead

Section 269ST as being proposed in the budget 2017, makes acceptance of Rs. 3,00,000/- in cash as an offence. There are no caveats like it is applicable only for business receipt etc....

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