Monday, May 16, 2022
Nilkanth Developers vs PCIT - 3 Facts of the case Assessment order u/s. 143(3) was passed 26.03.2013  for A.Y.2010-11 disallowing deduction claimed u/s. 80IB(10) of Rs.1,25,78,872/-. The same was confirmed by CIT(A) but on further appeal before ITAT, the same was...
Ashish N. Vashi vs ITO Facts of the case The assessee is an insurance agent, he used to collect cash from various parties and deposit them into his bank account and out of the same payment was made to insurance companies....
Sh. Haresh P. Shah, Legal Heir, Late Manjula P. Shah Vs ITO Facts of the case Notice for reassessment proceedings u/s 147/148 was issued to dead person by the department. Death certificate was furnished by the legal heir of the assesse....
The DCIT Vs. M/s.Creative Trendz Pvt. Ltd. Facts of the case The assessee is a company engaged in the business of embroidery of cloth and job work. The...
The year 2019 has been a very significant one to the taxation regime as the government has introduced various revolutionary changes in the laws and rules and regulations. The contribution of the judiciary including the Supreme Court and various High Courts...
PM Narendra Modi may have shocked the nation with his 8 PM, 8 Nov 2016 announcement , but the Prime Minister’s move was not a step which was not known or never done before. India has pulled back selected denominations of its currency twice before on 12th Jan 1946 and...
1.Section 153 of the Income Tax Act provides the time limit to Assessing Officer within which the Assessing Officer has to complete the assessment or reassessment of the assessee. The matter will be time barred if it is not completed within the prescribed time limit and so...
Earlier, the trusts were formed by affluent people of same community who infused corpus money out of their own savings and carried out charitable activities in the nature of relief for the poor, education or advancement of any other object of general public utility. However recently, there...
Introduction Section 14A was inserted by Finance Act, 2001 having a retrospective effect from 01.04.1962. To understand the reason behind the insertion of section 14A, the relevant part of memorandum of Finance Act, 2001 is reproduced herewith:
What is Rule 8D of Income Tax Act, 1961? Rule 8D of Income Tax Act reads as follow: Where the Assessing Officer, having regard to the accounts of the assessee of a previous year, is not satisfied with—

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