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Budget 2017: Exemption Limit of Rs. 50000 U/s. 56 should be raised to 5 Lakh

In order to avoid the unintended hardship to small taxpayer, the limit of exemption under section 56 may be increased from 50,000 to Rs. 5 lakhs....

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U S Taxation – Gift Tax – Interesting facts to know

As a CPA, I am often requested by my clients whether they can gift anything to their dear ones. The laws governing gift in India and USA differ basically....

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Expense on gifts to doctors allowed being not prohibited in law, CBDT circular only applicable A.Y. 2013-14 onwards

Syncom Formulations (I) Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai)

ITAT Mumbai held in the case Syncom Formulations (I) Ltd. vs. DCIT that receiving of gifts by doctors is prohibited by MCI guidelines but giving of the same by manufacturer is not prohibited under any law for the time being in force....

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Natsamrat’s Love, Gift and Income Tax

When it comes to Love, it is obvious that we carry out monetary transactions and even lending and borrowing of money is done, but we have to be careful, proper planning should be made; so that one should not suffer like Natsamrat. Natsamrat is famous Marathi movie of Nana Patekar. Wherein Father gifted all his assets to loved children’s...

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Receipt without consideration (Gift) from Non-Relatives – A Tool for Tax Planning

Any receipt without consideration or receipt with inadequate consideration from relatives (as defined under Income Tax Act) is not taxable. However, certain receipt without consideration or receipt with inadequate consideration even from non-relatives is not taxable. ...

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Gift Receipt without Consideration to Persons other than Individuals & HUF

In Layman’s language, gift is transfer of goods or property (movable or immovable) from one person to another without consideration. As per Income Tax Act, Receipt without consideration or Receipt with inadequate consideration, by individuals and Hindu Undivided Family is chargeable to Income Tax. ...

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Gift to be treated as genuine if identity of donors is genuine & source of gift stays explained

Prem Kumar Chowdhary Vs CIT (Income Tax Appellate Tribunal “B” Bench, Kolkata)

In the impugned year the blood relation is not necessary for the gift to be a genuine gift, but the relationship matters a lot. In all the probabilities the gift is found to be genuine as the donors have explained the source of gift, copy of bank accounts, income tax return. ...

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Taxability of Gift U/s 56(2)(Vii)

Gift is usually used to convert black money into white money. To stop practice of converting black money into white money a section 56(2)(Vii) introduced by Finance Act , 2009 and amended by Finance act , 2010. This section deals with law of taxation of gift....

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Received Gift? Check taxability before enjoying!

We receive gifts in cash, ornaments, land, car, gadgets, vouchers and many more on various occasions like on birthday, marriage, achievements and even sometimes out of gratitude too. Feel special and happy on its receipt, right?...

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Taxation of Gifts received by an Individual/HUF

As per section 56(2)(vii) of Income Tax Act, gifts received by an individual or a hindu undivided family in the form of money or property (without consideration or with inadequate consideration) is taxable as income under the head Income from Other Sources provided such income falls under five categories mentioned below and such income do...

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