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Tax Audit under Section 44 AB Tax Audit under Section 44 AB

Tax Audit under Section 44 AB

Section 44AB of the Income Tax Act stipulates provisions pertaining to the tax audit under the Income Tax Audit. A tax audit is conducted to ensure that the taxpayer has properly maintained the books of accounts and other records, and they truly reflect the income of the taxpayer. Moreover, it is intended to verify whether the assesse has complied with various requirements like filing of income tax returns, accurate specification of claim and income tax deductions, etc. In short, tax audit is a measure which is initiated to curb fraudulent tax practices. The audited accounts must be reported by a Read more

GST offences, penalties and appeals

GST offences, penalties and appeals

Being a destination based, transaction wise tax, Goods and Services Tax (GST) ropes in strict compliance procedures for all the taxpayers or people falling under the gamut. Since every transaction is being recorded and tracked between the source and destination, it is obligatory for the taxpayers to maintain and declare information with utmost accuracy. 

Offences
To have a crystal clear movement of goods intra-state or inter-state, reduce corruption and efficient tax collection system, GST defines strict penalty rules and offenses guidelines which the taxpayers have to follow. Below listed are the offences and applicable penalties under GST Act:

  1. A supplier
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GST transition

GST transition

With the introduction and (Goods and Service tax) GST implementation, the Indian tax structure for goods and services has become much broader. Under GST, multiple taxes are admixed into one. Transition from traditional tax structure to GST needs careful exercise. Hence, it is vital to have rules ensuring smooth transition to GST in place. The 3 types of transitional provisions are:

  • Input tax credit (ITC)
  • Refunds and arrears
  • Other cases : Job work, Input Service Distributor(ISD), Composition scheme

Input tax credit (ITC)
Various provisions are made for the smooth ITC transition under VAT, excise duty or service tax to GST.  … Read more

New Taxation Rules

New Taxation Rules

Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her maiden budget speech announced some income tax-related changes which will come into effect from September 1, 2019. Cash withdrawals exceeding INR 1 crore in aggregate in a year from finance institutions will attract TDS while in case of property transactions, the definition of immovable property has been broadened to include charges like club membership fee and car parking fee for TDS levy. Also, in another income tax rule change, a higher TDS will be levied if life insurance maturity proceeds received are taxable in your hands. Here is a 5-point explainer of new Read more

Introduction to 15CA & 15 CB

Introduction to 15CA & 15 CB

When it comes to filing taxes, it is not only individuals who need to ensure that all the proper procedures are followed and forms are submitted. When a person makes any payment or remit any money to non-resident, the bank will need to check whether the tax was paid or not. Making payments outside India requires certain compliances. One such compliance is to submit Form 15CA and 15CBinstitutions have rules that must be followed, which helps the income tax department to determine the taxable amounts of NRI’s. Foreign remittances have tax implications, which may be missed out inadvertently by taxpayers. Read more

Time of Supply (TOS) of Goods under GST

Time of Supply (TOS) of Goods under GST

In order to calculate and discharge a tax liability, it is important to know the date when the tax liability arises i.e. the date on which the charging event has occurred. Point of taxation under GST is the point in time when goods are deemed to have been provided and services are deemed to be rendered. The concept of point of taxation is not new, a similar concept was also there in earlier tax regime. The point of taxation enables a person to determine the tax rate, value and due date for payment of taxes.
Under GST, time of supply … Read more

Decoding the Direct Tax Code

Decoding the Direct Tax Code

Over the period of 6 decades, the Income Tax Act of India has undergone various impediments. The judgments of the  courts or amendments by parliament has made the Act lengthy and hard to interpret as there was a need to ease up the provisions and make it shorter. It is expected that the government may introduce the country with the newly drafted Direct Tax Code (DTC) drafted by 8 members of the task force .The motive behind drafting the DTC includes simplifying the tax regime and provide relief to domestic and foreign companies. Below mentioned are the changes proposed by … Read more