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40716
Jul, 12
2020
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS - ( IEC APPLICATION )

While filing Online application for Import Export Code after making necessary payment of Rs 500- I am not able to submit as it displays message "Amount of Rs 500- is to be paid" Whether this is Site problem of DGFT

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40717
Jul, 12
2020
MISC. - ( PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN CPA AND FCA )

Can a CA practising in India have partnership with CPA (USA) residing in India

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40718
Jul, 12
2020
MISC. - ( CPA STUDY MATERIAL )

Can any body guide from where to get Study material for CPA Course.

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40715
Jul, 10
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( 44AD )

Whether a partnership firm ( 1 partner is not a doctor) running a hospital will be eligble for presumptive taxation u/s 44ad? or will section 44ada be applicable?

BY: T.R.S. PATHY SENTHIL

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40714
Jul, 07
2020
GST - ( FINAL RETURN - GSTR-10 )

The concern's Order of Cancellation of Registration is issued by the department and now it is required to file Final Return. The reason for cancellation is that, this closed concern was taken over by another concern. The closed concern has utilised all the ITC including ITC on closing stock before the take over. Is it correct to file "NIL" GSTR-10, as the concern do not have any ITC which is required to be reversed and paid back to government, as the closing stock with NIL ITC has been taken over by the other concern.

BY: Shyamal Jariwala

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40712
Jul, 06
2020
GST - ( COMPOSITION DEALER : TAX ON ENTIRE SALES OR ONLY TAXABLE SALES )

(1) client is in business of stationery.His certain purchases are taxable and certain purchases are exempted. His entire sales is to counter sales to students. our query that we have pay GST @ 1% on Total sales or only on taxable sales. (2) client is in business of Medical stores .His certain purchases are taxable and certain purchases are exempted. His entire sales is to counter sales to unregistered persons. our query that we have pay GST @ 1% on Total sales or only on taxable sales.

BY: samirkumar gokulbhai kasvala

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40713
Jul, 06
2020
Profits & Gains of Business & Profession - ( REMUNERATION UNDER SECTION 44AD AND 44ADA )

One of my client - partnership firm is a technical consultant. We are keeping the books of accounts and doing audit because his profit is below the rates specified under section section 44ADA. Both profit before and after remuneration are below the rates specified under section 44ADA. Now, he has come up with a proposition that we should file return of income under section 44ADA declaring 50% profit and declare zero remuneration in partners' returns and thereby will have lesser tax if we consider partner's and firm's combined liability. To what extent is this feasible and should one avoid this? Because normally, you take a decision of choosing to go with 44AD or 44ADA only when your profit is higher than that at specified rate and here despite the profit being lower, he wants to go for 44ADA because he says partners return will not contain any remuneration.

BY: Anuj Tiwari

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40710
Jul, 05
2020
AUDIT - ( TAX AUDIT ENGAGEMENT )

As per 2nd SechedulePart-I , clause 4 -A member of the Institute shall not express his opinion on financial statements of any business or enterprise in which one or more persons who are his “relatives” within the meaning of Accounting Standard (AS - 18) . As per AS 18 Relatives - in relation to an individual, means the spouse, son,daughter, brother, sister, father and mother who may be expected to influence, or be influenced by, that individual in his/her dealings with the reporting enterprise Since definition of relative in AS-18 does not include spouse's father & mother , whether i can take up tax audit assignments of father-in-laws 'proprietorship/partnership business. Please clarify & help me .

BY: VIVEK KUMAR GUPTA

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40711
Jul, 05
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( DEDUCTION OF EDUCATION CESS )

Hello Everyone! Can any one please share views whether deduction of education cess can be claimed in computing taxable income based on Rajasthan HC ruling in case of Chambal Fertilizers and Bombay HC ruling in case of Sesa Goa?

BY: Manisha

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40707
Jul, 04
2020
AUDIT - ( DISQUALIFICATION OF AUDITOR - TAX AUDIT )

Can a practicing chartered accountants under take tax audit assignment of his father-in- laws' proprietorship business? Please explain

BY: VIVEK KUMAR GUPTA

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40708
Jul, 04
2020
GST - ( ITC REVERSAL )

A & Co, a proprietary concern having GST registration in the State of Tamilnadu. A&Co is an authorized distributor of various products manufactured and sold by XYZ Ltd. During the financial year 2019-2020, A&CO purchased materials worth Rs. 25 Crores with GSTof 18% from XYZ Ltd. A&CO took entire GST amount as Input based on satisfaction of all conditions of ITC. Now as per agreement, A&CO at the end of year received turnover discount (TOD) of say Rs. 1 crore from XYZ Ltd. XYZ Ltd issued a credit note for the TOD without GST and A&CO accounted for the same as other income without giving any impact of GST. The query I have is, Whether A&CO is required to do ITC reversal as per rule 42 of CGST rules 2017, considering TOD as exempt or non-GST income. As this income is directly related to purchases and ITC being claimed fully when purchases were made. Appreciate if you can give your humbled opinion on whether A&CO should carry out ITC reversal for this TOD (exempt Income) based on Rule 42 of CGST Rules 2017. In case your view is no ITC reversal then can you give reasoning for the same. Thanks, CA. Amith Khadloya

BY: Amith Kumar Khadloya

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40709
Jul, 04
2020
GST - ( WHILE FILING REFUND WITH REGARDS TO EXCESS BALANCE IN ELECTRONIC CASH LEDGER DUE TO TDS ACCUMULATION )

As one of State Tax officer has raised SCN regarding GST refund with regards to excess balance in electronic cash ledger due to TDS deducted by government department based on that they are saying that as your Claimed ITC as per GSTR-3B and ITC as per GSTR-2A (Auto Populated is differ so that please reconcile the same otherwise difference between ITC claimed minus auto populated is deducted from your refund so my quarry is this is it relevant particularly in case of Refund due to TDS on cash ledger. As per my opinion in case of refund in respect of excess balance in electronic cash ledger due to TDS then ITC is not relevant as assessment authority and refund authority both are different so contation of officer is right

BY: CA. KAKADIYA BHARATKUMAR POPATBHAI

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40703
Jul, 02
2020
GST - ( REFUND OF ITC DUE TO INVERTED DUTY STRUCTURE )

GST on outward supply Rs. 5 ITC Input Rs. 6 Input Services Rs. 12 Capital Goods Rs. 18 Total ITC Rs. 36 What is the total refund that can be receivable on account of inverted duty structure ?

BY: DARSHAK MAGANLAL THAKKAR

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40704
Jul, 02
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( TDS CREDIT MIS MATCH )

Q. The assessee is carrying the business of clearing and and forwarding agents and the assesee has received amount related to his services as well as out of pocket expenses ( pure Agent) services and the Assessee Customer has deducted the TDS on out of pocket ( Pure agent ) services also. at the time of filing of the ITR the Assessee has shown in the profit and loss account only the services which he has rendered not the out of pocket expenses since this is not income .after filing of ITR they have received the intimation as defective notice. the assessee has submit the reply against this defective notice by way of note that out of pocket expenses is not the income of the assesee this is pure agent services and customer has deduct the TDS . Now the asssee has received the Intimation u/s 143( 1) in which TDS Credit is Mis match showing in the statement while full tds are reflected in 26 AS till date. Please sugeest what are remedies for that and we should file the rectification . please give your valuable suggessions for that.

BY: GOPAL KUMAR AGRAWAL

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40705
Jul, 02
2020
GST - ( GST REFUND FOR FY 2017-2018 DUE WHILE FILING GSRT9 AND GSTR9C )

There was a refund due while filing GSTR 9 and GSTR 9C for the FY 2017 - 2018. Is it possible to claim refund under the refund type "Any Other" or wait for the assessment order to be passed by the jurisdictional officer.

BY: Shyamal Jariwala

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40706
Jul, 02
2020
GST - ( MISTAKE COMMITTED WHILE FILING GSTR- 3B )

A Trader Mr.X had filed his GSTR-1 showing correct details consisting of IGST, CGST AND SGST liabilities. But while filing his GSTR-3B he made a mistake at table 3.1(a) by adding the IGST liability in equal portions to CGST & SGST. The liabilities were then discharged by the availing the ITC Balance. As a consequence of which while filing GSTR-9C there is a balance of IGST payable in table no.9 of GSTR-9C (diff b/w taxes paid as per GSTR-9 and as per books of account). Please advise about the treatment of the same in GSTR-9C.

BY: D R V NARENDRA REDDY

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40700
Jul, 01
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( CAPITAL GAIN )

A person inherited a property from his father in 2001 and sold in 2019-20. How will Capital gain be calculated. If he spends entire proceeds in undercostruction house in 2019-20 Whether he will not be required to pay capital gain .

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40701
Jul, 01
2020
MERGER & ACQUISITION - ( EXPERIENCE COUNT OF FIRM IN CASE OF CHANGE IN NAME )

Hello, I am practising in a proprietorship with particular firm name, What if i will change firm name and convert proprietership firm to partnership firm after 2 years. Is my 2 years experience of firm count in a new named partnership firm?

BY: SHUBHAM SHARMA

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40702
Jul, 01
2020
Companies Act, 2013 - ( INCORPORATION OF PRODUCER COMPANY )

Whether it is mandatory at the time of incorporation of Producer Company as per Section 581 of CA 1956 that all five directors must be appointed from 10 members or not? If this is mandatory to appoint directors from members of producer company, please mention the rule or section in detail.

BY: CA Neha Gupta

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40699
Jun, 28
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( TDS ON PROPERY -- LATE FEES )

In our case Agreement is entered on 10.02.2020 . Due date of payment and filing form 26QB was 30.03.2020 . But client could not make payment and is going to file form on 30.06.2020 . Here there is delay of 92 days ( from 31st mar 2020 to 30th June 2020 ) and amount of late fees is Rs 18400 . There are 2 buyers and 2 sellers and hence 4 forms required to be filed. Our query about disclosure of late fees . 1. Whether Rs 18400 is to be divided amongst 4 forms so per form late fees is Rs 4600 2. Whether Rs 18400 can be shown in any one form 3. Whether Rs 18400 per form so total for 4 forms will be Rs 73600 . Please guide us.

BY: samirkumar gokulbhai kasvala

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40698
Jun, 27
2020
GST - ( 038118 )

ITC - ELIGIBLE FOR GST ON PURCHASE OF AMBULANCE ?? Our Pharma client is purchasing an Ambulance for plant staff, we are informed no itc credit can be availed as it traps under 17(5)(a) for motor vehicle used for transportation of persons having seating capacity not more than 13 persons,please note this is a specialty vehicle having no seating but carries portable bed , this is maruti ecco converted at maruti plant and cleared from their factory gate as ambulance and not as car, even rto registration fees are different for a regular car and an ambulance , Prime definition in motor vehicle act 1988 , Motor-car, defined-: as other than a “transport vehicle” and “transport vehicle” means a public service vehicle, a goods carriage, an educational institution bus or a private service vehicle; Thus Ambulance being a private service vehicle, it is not motor car but a specialty Vehicle, kindly share your views and other suggestions to drive point on this GST ITC eligibility Thanks CA VIPUL D. JHAVERI MUMBAI

BY: VIPUL JHAVERI

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40696
Jun, 26
2020
MISC. - ( DISBURSAL OF GOLD LOAN AMOUNT IN CASH )

What is the RBI limit for disbursal of gold loan amount in cash by NBFCs.

BY: BIJIN

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40697
Jun, 26
2020
GST - ( LUT )

After giving LUT, Export of Services can be made without GST payment and Input credit can be claimed on Inputs . Whether this is given online and what details will have to be given therein

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40695
Jun, 25
2020
GST - ( REVERSE CHARGE ON ROC FEES )

Whether Reverse charge is applicable on ROC fees and other fees paid to MCA

BY: BIJIN

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40694
Jun, 24
2020
GST - ( PROVIDING ACCOUNTANCY SERVICE TO A FOREIGN FIRM )

An Individual is providing Accountancy Services to a Foreign Firm and receiving his remuneration in his Saving account. Whether he is required to inform any authority ? And whether it will come under Export of services. Further any GST Liability though Person is unregistered under GST. Please provide necessary answers

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40692
Jun, 22
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( TDS CHALLAN BLOCKED )

We had booked a consultancy fees expense on provisional basis in March and TDS was also deducted and paid in Q4 u/s 195 and reported in 27Q-Q4. Since the party did not have a PAN in India, TDS was deducted @20%. However, on booking of invoice, the TDS was deducted again @20% erroneously and and reported again in next year's 27Q-Q1. However, since PAN number is not mentioned in the entry, we are unable to delete / remove this entry from 27Q-Q1. This is because entry is marked as 'C' type deduction, hence we are unable to edit the TDS deducted amount. Only solution we have found is to apply to TDS officer, which we have done but so far no response support from them. Has anyone faced similar issue? Kindly help.

BY: Vishal Shah

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40693
Jun, 22
2020
MISC. - ( FIRM NAME APPROVAL )

Dear members , As per Regulation 190(2)(ii)(g) of the chartered accountants ,1988 a distinguishing part of the name of the member or as per Regulation 190(2)(ii)(i) a part of the name of the proprietor can be used as firm name . For instance , as per point (g) "Ranga" is a distinguishing part commonly known of "Rangaraaj" . Also as per point(i) ,"Ranga" is the part of the name of proprietor "Rangaraaj" . So , Is "Ranga & Co" is a valid proprietor firm name for name approval ? Kindly suggest , Thanks in advance.

BY: CA RANGARAAJ P

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40691
Jun, 19
2020
GST - ( ITC IN CASE OF FOREX DEALER )

ASSESSEE WHO IS WORKING AS A MONEY CHANGER AND DEAL IN FOREIGN EXCHANGE. HE PAID GST AS PER THE VALUATION RULES STATED IN RULE 32 OF GST ACT. CAN HE TAKE ITC ON THE INPUT AND INPUT SERVICES WHICH IS RELATED TO FURTHEERENCE OF HIS BUSINESS. THNAK YOU IN ADVANCE.

BY: AJITKUMAR L PATEL

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40689
Jun, 18
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( 44ADA APPLICABLE TO LLP OR NOT )

My first question is Whether Section 44ADA applicable to LLP? and second, Can LLP pay professional fees to its Partner (If Partner is not taking any salary) ??

BY: Harish Kumar

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40690
Jun, 18
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( PREMIUM ON REDEMPTION OF PREFERENCE SHARES )

A company issues preference shares at a face value of Rs.100. It is redeemable at Rs.115 after 5 years. Whether the premium of Rs.15 can be claimed as an expense under income tax laws?

BY: balasubramanian

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40686
Jun, 15
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( FOREIGN TRIP FOR PURPOSE OF FILING ITR FOR FY 19-20 )

DOES A STUDENT HAVING F1 VISA (STUDENT VISA) STUDYING IN US, COMES HERE IN INDIA FOR 1 MONTH DURING FY 19-20. WILL BE CONSIDERED AS FOREIGN TRIP FOR THE PURPOSE OF FILING OF ITR FOR ASSTT YEAR 20-21. SO FAR IN FOREIGN TRIP VISTIOR CARRY B1 OR B2 VISA AND STAY OVERSEAS FOR VERY RESTRICTED PERIOD MAX 6 MONTHS.

BY: pradeep kumar agrawal

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40687
Jun, 15
2020
GST - ( GST IMPLICATION OF SALE PRICE LESS THAN PURCHASE COST )

A trader sells goods at a price which is less than the purchase cost of the same and thereby accumulates the ITC. He does this for achieving volume discount on purchases made by him. 1. Can the trader carry forward such accumulated ITC and utilise the same for future GST liability? I guess there can not be a situation of refund since it does not fall under inverted duty structure. 2. Would the discounts so received amount to subsidies directly linked to price as stated in Sec 15(2)(e).

BY: CA. KRISHNA MURTHY N

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40688
Jun, 15
2020
GST - ( IN CASE OF REVERSAL ITC CAN WE REVERSE INTER HEAD NET OFF BALANCE (I.E. CGST & SGST NETOFF) )

My question is with regards to reversal of ITC in textile sector, the quarry is as i have balance in CGST and SGST as against stock as on 31/07/2018 and electronic credit ledger in one CGST (-) while in SGST (+) so that we can reverse after set-off of minus balance against positive or we can reverse with respective head and pay interest thereon, in short at the time of reversal inter head adjustment is possible as per GST Law.

BY: CA. KAKADIYA BHARATKUMAR POPATBHAI

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40685
Jun, 14
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( TDS DEDUCTION LIABILITY )

During 2017-18 and 2018-19 A firm was getting Tax Audit done for sale amount around 95 Lacs as Net profit was less than 8% Now in 2019-20 as net profit after Chapter VI deductions will not be taxable after taking 8% profit so tax audit will not be required .Is it correct that firm will not be required to deduct TDS and file TDS returns during current year

BY: Mahesh Kumar

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40683
Jun, 13
2020
GST - ( GST RATE FOR BUILDERS OF INDIVIDUAL RESIDENTIAL HOUSES )

What is the GST rate for construction of Individual residential houses in client's land. Whether new GST rate of 1% in case of construction of affordable houses and 5% on construction of houses other than affordable house, is applicable for them.

BY: HARIPRASAD M

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40684
Jun, 13
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( BUSINESS INCOME )

X AN INDIVIDUAL CARRY ON A TRADING BUSINESS. DURING F Y 2017-18 THE RETURN WAS FILED WITH TURNOVER EXCEEDING 1 CR WITH AUDITED U/S44AB, BUT DURING FY 2018-19 THERE IS NO BUSINESS ACTIVITY . GST FOR FY 18-19 SHOW NIL OUTPUT. BUT PREVIOUS YEAR FY 17-18 BALANCE IN ACCOUNT RECEIVABLE, CREDITOR, BANK ETC IS COMING IN FY 18-19. AND FURTHER IN MONTH MARCH 19 HE PURCHASED A CONSINGMENT WHICH WAS SOLD IN APRIL 19 . BUT TCS HAS BEEN DEDUCTED IN FY 18-19 FOR THE PURCHASES MADE IN MARCH 19. NOW HE WANTS TO FILE ITR UNDER OTHER INCOME HEAD . CAN HE DO SO. AND DOES HE REQUIRE TO SHOW BUSINESS HEAD, BALANCE SHEET IN ITR -3. DO IN ANY CASE WE NEED TO AUDIT THE NIL BUISNESS . PLEASE ADVICE

BY: pradeep kumar agrawal

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40682
Jun, 12
2020
GST - ( CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION AND FURNISHING STOCK IN CASE OF TAKEOVER )

"A" concern wants to cancel registration ( no more business) and has some stock (credit of stock already utilised in regular course). "B" wants to takeover the business of "A". While applying for cancellation of GST registration "A", is it compulsory to mention stock details with taxable value and NIL ITC on stock (Because if Credit details is entered, will it be carried forward to "B" and "B" will not be eligible for ITC as, "A" has already utilised ITC on such stock). What Stock details is to be entered while applying cancellation of GST registration of "A"?

BY: Shyamal Jariwala

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40679
Jun, 11
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( INQUIRY & VERIFICATION BY AO )

Can enquiry/verification be made for FY 2012-13 in June 2020, by the AO. Because almost 7 year has elapsed. So does this verification by AO is correct

BY: pradeep kumar agrawal

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40680
Jun, 11
2020
Capital Gains - ( CAPITAL GAIN A/C SCHEME DEPOSIT COULD NOT UTILISED DUE TO COVID 19 - WHETHER TAXABLE )

One assessee has deposited its sale consideration in capital gain account scheme in a nationalized bank. But 3 year has been elapsed and assessee could not utilised its money to construct a new house, however in a couple of month his builder is ready to get the possession and make the registry of his Flat. Whether tax liability arises on him as he is not utilised his amount lying capital gain account scheme till 11th june the date where 3 years completed form sale of his capital assets (Plot)?

BY: Navin K. Gupta

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40681
Jun, 11
2020
MISC. - ( SPICE+ FORM )

Does a member has the right not share the spice+ form (Incorporation form) with the client even when client demand it ? Please provide your precious input. Thanks

BY: Anubhav Jain

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40678
Jun, 10
2020
Compliance - ( DIGITAL SIGNED BALANCE SHEET & PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT )

MY Question is, Can I Digitally Signed Balance Sheet Which are not subject to Any audit. Please Suggest me. My Client (Non tax Audit Client) is situated in remote area. They needed Original Balance Sheet. Because of Lockdown i can not send them Balance sheet with Manually Sign.

BY: SHEKHAR KUNDLIK SAWANT

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40673
Jun, 05
2020
TDS/TCS - ( 194J- TDS @ 2% TECHNICAL SERVICE )

Is there any provision in income tax whereby we could get a certificate from the assessing officer or from TDS department that TDS is to be deducted @ 2% U/s 194J if we give our reasons/explanation that the services rendered by us fall under Technical services for purpose of TDS U/s 194J? The assessee does maintenance works of mobile/cell towers and falls under Technical service. (called as IME SERVICES) The deductor is insisting for a certificate from IT dept that TDS can be deducted @2% for the payments made to client treating as technical services. If not given they will deduct TDs @ 10%. We Wrote a letter to the deductor explaining how the services rendered by us will fall under Technical service and not professional service as per Section 194j and attract 2% TDS, but the deductor is still asking for a certificate from Dept in this regard. In the earlier years, when the TDS RATE U/S 194j is 10% with out distinction between technical or professional services, we used to apply for lower deduction in Form 13 and get a certificate for TDS @5/6% instead of 10%. Eventhough there is an amendment regarding tds @ 2% for technical services, the deductor is saying it still as 10%. We cannot go for a lower deduction application this year because if tds is deducted @ 2%, there will be tax payable by the assessee. If tds is deducted @ 10%/ 7.5% reduced rate, there will be a huge refund and case is getting selected for scrutiny I didn't find any section in income tax for applying to dept regarding this. Can anyone throw some light on any provisions in this regard or any other options available to deductee to get a certificate from dept that TDS HAS TO BE DEDUCTED @ 2% ON TECHNICAL SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE DEDUCTEE

BY: M. UMA MAHESH

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40674
Jun, 05
2020
GST - ( INWARD SUPPLY IN REAL ESTATE )

With respect to calculation of RCM on supply from URD's, Should total inward supply should include the supplies from Govt? In Andhra, sand is completely controlled by Govt. Payment done to Govt online and sand is take from mining company. There is not GST invoice received. Can this supply be excluded from Inward Supply for purpose of calculating 80: 20 ratio

BY: Sai Ram

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40675
Jun, 05
2020
GST - ( GST RECONCILIATION FOR REAL ESTATE SECTOR )

Huge difference between RD purchases as per books and as per GSTR 2A. What is the implication on RCM Calculation. Is Reconciliation compulsory. What is the impact on builder if supplier didnt pay GST .

BY: Sai Ram

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40676
Jun, 05
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( FORM 67 CAN BE FILLED AFTER DUE DATE? )

I have forgot to file form 67 within the due date i.e. on or before of the due date of filling of return under section 139(1). After that when i known the same i filled the rectification u/s 154 which is rejected by the AO and processed the return with rejecting the claim stating that you have not filled the form 67 before due date. What would be the remedy in this case???

BY: RAJAT

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40677
Jun, 05
2020
GST - ( APPLICABILITY OF GST )

M/s ABC Ltd purchased Land , Factory Building and Plant & Machinery of M/s XYZ Ltd from POR Bank Ltd through DRT auction process under Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 (SARFAESI Act 2002). 1. Is GST Liability arises in case of auctinable Property ?, If Yes, on whom ? 2. What is GST Impact on ABC Ltd, PQR Bank Ltd & XYZ Ltd.

BY: Pravin Taparia

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40668
Jun, 04
2020
Customs & Excise - ( BLOCKAGE OF REFUND OF DUTY PAID GOODS )

Dear Sir/Madam, By mistake we have filed export sale in table no. 3.1(a) in GSTR 3B of duty paid goods instead of table no. 3.1(b). In GSTR-1 the Export data have been filed in right column in 6A. Now we are facing problem of refund as the invoice do not get transmitted. Other problem is that we cannot amend GSTR 3B return in subsequent return as we do not have domestic sale in subsequent months. Please do the needful and suggest a way to get refund. THE MATTER IS RELATED TO FY 2019-20

BY: PAWAN PATIDAR

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40669
Jun, 04
2020
GST - ( GST ON JCB HIRING FOR AGRICULTURE WORK )

DEALER ENGAGED IN PROVIDING SERVICES RELATING TO THE JCB HIRING TO THE LOCAL AUTHORITY AS WELL AS TO THE AGRICULTURIST FOR EARTH WORK AND WELL WORK. WHAT IS THE GST RATE FOR THE SAID WORK.

BY: RAHUL MADHAVARAO KHANDEBHARAD

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40670
Jun, 04
2020
Compliance - ( BEING A PARTNER IN CA FIRM, CAN I PRACTICE IN INDIVIDUAL NAME ALSO? )

I am a partner in ca firm and I can not register any proprietorship for myself in ICAI as per rules of the firm. Now I want to do some work in my personal capacity without constituting a proprietary firm in ICAI. Personal practice will have work of audit, attest function and consultancy. Is it possible to do in personal capacity without having FRN. One of the renowned faculty of ICAI told that A CA can not do any type of work in his personal capacity without registering proprietary firm if he is a partner in another ca firm. I request all on you to enlighten the above matter.

BY: VIVEK KUMAR SINGHLA

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40671
Jun, 04
2020
DIRECT TAXES - ( CHARITABLE TRUSTS )

As per Finance Act 2020, fresh registration process for the existing Charitable Trusts enjoying registration u/s 12A is to be got done from 01.06.2020. Kindly guide how to go through the process. Further also please inform whether the same is to be done through a digital platform or through a physical process.

BY: Nilanjan Kayal

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