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IT dept surveyed Hospitals for TDS compliance

Corporate Law - The income-tax department on Thursday carried out surveys on major Hospitals in Mumbai to verify whether they were complying with the provisions of tax deducted at source (TDS) under the Income-Tax Act. Six high-end hospitals in South Mumbai and sub...

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Service tax applicable on all cashless mediclaim transactions from July 1 2010

Corporate Law - A new 10.3% service tax has been introduced on all cashless mediclaim transactions from July 1, to be paid by Third Party Administrators (TPA) to hospitals later. What does this mean for consumers? According to lawyer and consumer activist Jehangir Gai, "Consider that a patient with a cover of Rs 1 lakh has been allowed a claim of the fu...

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Cashless hospitalisation schemes offered by insurance companies comes under the income-tax net

Corporate Law - Cashless hospitalisation schemes offered by health insurers and insurance companies are under the income-tax net.The CBDT has now made it clear that Third Party Administrators (TPAs) must deduct tax at source on payments made to hospitals for settling insurance/medical claims under various schemes including cashless schemes....

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S. 194J applies to payments made to non-professionals such as hospitals. CBDT Circular on TPA liability is valid except for view on penalty

Dedicated Health Care Services TPA Vs ACIT (Bombay High Court) - The assessee, a Third Party Administrator (TPA), provided services such as hospitalization services, cashless access services and services in connection with the processing and settlement of claims and making payment to hospitals to holders of health insurance policies issued by insurance companies....

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Applicability of TDS in case of Third Party Administrator (TPA) providing health insurance claim services

The Medi Assist India TPA Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (TDS) [Karnataka High Court] - Having regard to the agreement entered into inter se between the hospital and the TPA for payment of money to the hospital, it cannot be said that the TPA, who is the authority or the person to pay the amount to the hospital, is not required to deduct the tax at source and section 194J is not attrac...

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Insurance – Updating policyholders about change in network hospitals and TPAs

CIRCULAR NO. IRDA/TPA/GDL/CIR/008/01/2011, - (12/01/2011) - Insurance: Updating policyholders about change in network hospitals and TPAs. CIRCULAR NO. IRDA/TPA/GDL/CIR/008/01/2011, DATED 12-1-2011 1. It has come to the notice of the Authority that in some instances policyholders could not get cashless facility at the hospital approached, due to change in the...

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Insurance – Updating policyholders about change in network hospitals and TPAs

CIRCULAR NO. IRDA/TPA/GDL/CIR/008/01/2011, (12/01/2011)

Insurance: Updating policyholders about change in network hospitals and TPAs. CIRCULAR NO. IRDA/TPA/GDL/CIR/008/01/2011, DATED 12-1-2011 1. It has come to the notice of the Authority that in some instances policyholders could not get cashless facility at the hospital approached, due to change in the network hospitals and/ or the servicing...

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IT dept surveyed Hospitals for TDS compliance

The income-tax department on Thursday carried out surveys on major Hospitals in Mumbai to verify whether they were complying with the provisions of tax deducted at source (TDS) under the Income-Tax Act. Six high-end hospitals in South Mumbai and sub...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Service tax applicable on all cashless mediclaim transactions from July 1 2010

A new 10.3% service tax has been introduced on all cashless mediclaim transactions from July 1, to be paid by Third Party Administrators (TPA) to hospitals later. What does this mean for consumers? According to lawyer and consumer activist Jehangir Gai, "Consider that a patient with a cover of Rs 1 lakh has been allowed a claim of the fu...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

S. 194J applies to payments made to non-professionals such as hospitals. CBDT Circular on TPA liability is valid except for view on penalty

Dedicated Health Care Services TPA Vs ACIT (Bombay High Court)

The assessee, a Third Party Administrator (TPA), provided services such as hospitalization services, cashless access services and services in connection with the processing and settlement of claims and making payment to hospitals to holders of health insurance policies issued by insurance companies....

Read More

Cashless hospitalisation schemes offered by insurance companies comes under the income-tax net

Cashless hospitalisation schemes offered by health insurers and insurance companies are under the income-tax net.The CBDT has now made it clear that Third Party Administrators (TPAs) must deduct tax at source on payments made to hospitals for settling insurance/medical claims under various schemes including cashless schemes....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Applicability of TDS in case of Third Party Administrator (TPA) providing health insurance claim services

The Medi Assist India TPA Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (TDS) [Karnataka High Court]

Having regard to the agreement entered into inter se between the hospital and the TPA for payment of money to the hospital, it cannot be said that the TPA, who is the authority or the person to pay the amount to the hospital, is not required to deduct the tax at source and section 194J is not attracted....

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