“The only thing that is constant is change”
One must always be updated of the recent changes in their
environment. The same holds true for the tax payers too. Income tax is like an ever-changing
ocean of knowledge which one needs to maintain a constant watch on.
Indian Accounting Standard (abbreviated as Ind-AS) is the accounting standard adopted by companies in India and issued under the
supervision of Accounting Standards Board (ASB) which was constituted as a body
in the year 1977. ASB is a committee under Institute of[...]
“Mr. A, the accountant of XYZ Ltd, Jayanagar had omitted generation of E Way bill for a consignment sent from Jayanagar to Bellandur due to clerical mistake while preparing invoice, showing the consignment value to be Rs 25,000/-, wherein its correct value was Rs 2,50,000/-. &n[...]
During VAT era, it was difficult for the department to
stabilise and track the movement of goods from one place to another because of
the various rules followed by different state. Some states used to generate
e-forms, however, some states were still using manual system which [...]
Introduction of GSTR
2AGSTR 2A is a purchase-related tax return that is
automatically generated for each business by the GST portal.
When a seller files his GSTR-1, the information is captured
in GSTR 2A.
GSTR 2A will be auto-populated from the following returns of
As you already know, returns filed through Form GSTR-3B is
just an interim return and the regular returns in GSTR-1, GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 are
required to be filed by the businesses. Now we will discuss:
Section 147 and 148 of Income Tax Act is a well designed weapon for the Income Tax Department empowering it to assess, reassess, or re-compute income, turnover etc, which has escaped assessment. Sec.147: Income escaping assessment.Sec.148: Issue of notice for Income Escaping[...]
MAT AND AMT
MAT stands for Minimum Alternate Tax and AMT stands for Alternate Minimum Tax. Initially the concept of MAT was introduced for companies and progressively it has been made applicable to all other taxpayers in the form of AMT.
Objective of levying MAT
At times it [...]
The basic principles of Place of Supply of services when the location of
supplier or the location of recipient is outside India, has been drawn largely from
the Place of Provision of Services Rules, 2012 (POPS) under erstwhile service
tax regime. It has also been mentione[...]
Determining the Place of Supply of goods or services is very important as it determines the nature of the tax to be paid. In case, when the location of the supplier and place of supply are in the same state, CGST and SGST will be levied, whereas if the place of supply is in a d[...]