Finance Act, 2020 has proposed to eradicate the provisions of DDT for dividend provided on or after 01.04.2020 and therefore, dividend income and income from units will be taxable in hands of recipients.
Domestic Companies and Specified Companies and Mutual Funds will not be liable to pay any DDT from 1st April 2020 onwards.
To fight against the covid-19 pandemic, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the nation on lockdown situations with new sets of rules & economic relief packages. Under Atma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan a stimulus economic package of Rs 20 Lakh Crore has been allotted for different sectors to restrain the adverse effects of this pandemic in India.
The Hon’ble Delhi High Court under the division bench of Honourable Justice Vipin Sanghi and Honourable Justice Sanjeev Narula has passed a landmark judgement allowing to file transition credit via TRAN-1 till 30th June 2020. It further directed the tax department to widely convey this judgement to file TRAN-1 across the public domain via publishing on their website so that whosoever could not claim the benefits can claim now.
Every business requires calculated risk-taking abilities to succeed in today’s highly competitive market. That’s why gen-y entrepreneurs love to showcase their talent and risk-taking ability in front of the world. However, ending up in the legal battleground in the process due to missing legal documents would be a big blow to a business. Legal documents play an important role in safeguarding your business from misunderstandings and legal conflicts. Also, they help to ensure accountability and transparency whenever a dispute arises in the business space. Still, several business founders commit the common mistake of ignoring legal formalities during the early growth
If you have to ask experts: Why are LLPs becoming the choice of business operations for startup enthusiasts? The answer will include various reasons such as low formation cost, lesser compliance and restrictions, and, most importantly, greater flexible options that only a Limited Liability Partnership offers. 1. What is a Limited Liability Partnership? Partnership firm is a simplified form of business and it is least organised as it is governed by terms and conditions mutually agreed in partnership deed. However, Limited or Private Limited Company are related complicated as it is governed by provisions of Companies Act, 2013 and also
In the last decades, India has been contemplated as a remunerative market for doing business. The magnitude of a foreign investment indicates a promising future of an Indian economy. This assures there are more than one benefits of registering a Business in India. India is one of the most powerful countries in boosting up the global trade that leads to an increasing number of international business interests determined to invest in the market of India. Here in this guide, we have mentioned some of the benefits foreign entities can have by starting their business in India. Scroll through to get
Under Goods and Service Tax (“GST”), generally, a supplier of goods and services is liable to pay GST for the supplies, i.e., at the time of supply of goods or service supplier charges GST over sales consideration and collect the same from recipient and by due date deposit such GST amount to the account of government On the contrary, in the case of Reverse Charge Mechanism (“RCM”) under GST, the recipient himself is liable to pay the tax for goods and services received by him instead of the supplier. Therefore, the recipient is liable for all compliance under GST. Here
Ministry of Finance via circular no. 05/2018-Customs, has clarified certain error done by exporters while filling there returns under GST consequently non – release of there IGST refund from custom where exports has been made on payment of IGST. Such cases are marked as SB005 error code by custom. As per said circular, 40000 crores refunds of refunds has been sanction by CBEC. Information is being made available to exporters on a real-time basis with regard to the errors status on ICEGATE website for registered users. Details of refund sanctioned is being sent through SMS on registered mobile phones. 1.
Specific and elaborated provisions related to Input tax credit are given under Chapter V (Section 16 to 21) of Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 which contains various provisions. Section 17 of CGST Act, 2017 contains provisions related to Apportionment of credit and blocked credits or where inputs tax credit are not available for utilisation i.e. ineligible Input tax credit under GST. Considering the fact that Goods and Service Tax (“GST”) is a tax based on value addition only, Input Tax credit (“ITC”) is a fundamental concept for such purpose. By availing ITC of taxes paid on Inputs, input
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