New Turnover Threshold for the Purposes of TDS Applicability

New Turnover Threshold for the Purposes of Tax deducted at Source (TDS) Applicability as per the Finance Act 2020.

New Turnover Threshold for the Purposes of TDS Applicability

TDS was applicable to individuals and to HUF if their accounts were subject to audit in Section 44AB of the preceding year. The Finance Act 2020 specifies that All individuals & HUF will be liable to deduct TDS if the revenue exceeds Rs. 1 Crore in the case of corporation and Rs. 50 Lakhs in the case of the profession in the previous year. Such revisions shall take effect from 1 April 2020.

Below is the TDS average for the year 2020-21. In the following table valid from 14th May 2020

o   Individuals include the individual and HUF

o   Company and others include Company, Company, LLP, Co-op Society, Local Authority.

Interest in delayed payment and late deduction of TDS:

As per section 201(1A) Interest at the rate of 1 % per month or part of the month on the balance of TDS deductible from the date of tax before the date of tax finally deducted shall be paid for late deduction.

In addition, interest for late payment at a rate of 1.5 per cent per month or half of the month on the amount of TDS withheld from the date of tax to the day on which the tax is collected shall be levied.

Profit in late payment of TDS: amendments made pursuant to the Taxes and Other Laws (Relaxation of Other Provisions) Order 2020 of 24 March 2020:

For late fees  payable on self-assessment tax ; advanced tax, income tax, TDS, TCS, equalization cessation, STT, CTT made between 20 March 2020 to 30 June 2020, the interest rate will be decreased by 9% instead of 12%/18% per year (i.e. 0.75% per month instead of 1/1.5% per month).  No late fee/penalty shall be paid for any delay in respect of that time.

Default fees for the TDS / TCS return file:

Fees are payable at Rs. 200 a day for each day on which the loss continues. The amount of the fees can not exceed the value of the TDS.

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Basic Understanding on TDS on Payments to Resident Contractors & Professionals: Section 194M, Form 26QD and FORM 16D

Basic Understanding on TDS on Payments to Resident Contractors & Professionals: Section 194M, Form 26QD, and FORM 16D

TDS on Payments to Resident Contractors

A new section 194 M has been introduced by the Finance Act, 2019. Pursuant to this clause, if the individual makes payments to contractors and practitioners above Rs. 50 Lakhs, the individual is allowed to subtract TDS at a rate of 5% from the amount payable to the resident deductee/payee. This provision applies to individuals and to HUFs who are not liable for tax audits. As announced by the Finance Minister on 14 May 2020 for FY 2020-21, the person is liable for the deduction of TDS at a rate of 3.75 percent.

TDS on payments to residential contractors and Professional Consultants

Under the new law of the TDS, i.e. Section 194J (TDS on Technical and Medical Services) and Section 194C (TDS on Contractors) Persons or HUFs not subject to audit were not entitled to deduct TDS irrespective of the volume of payment. This was the main reason for the introduction of section 194 M to cover non-audited individuals under the TDS.

Reason for the implementation of Section 194M

  • Section 194 M of the Finance Bill, 2019, allows for a tax-deductible at source on any money paid by an employee or HUF to a local contractor where the services are rendered for personal use. Therefore, this section refers both to personal and company payments.
  • Prior to the introduction of this section, there was no liability on the part of an individual or HUF to deduct tax at source in the situation referred to above.
  • Nor did the people or HUFs carrying on business or the practice (not subject to any audit) subtract any tax at source, even though the charge was made for commercial or technical purposes.
  • As a result of this loophole, a large amount of payment for contracted activities and consulting fees avoided the TDS levy, providing room for tax avoidance.

TDS rate under Section 194 M

  • The 5 percent TDS will be deducted under 194 M if the total amount paid to a resident exceeds Rs 50.00000 in a particular financial year.
  • In the case that the deductee’s PAN is not eligible, the TDS will be deducted at 20%.

What then is the time frame for depositing the TDS?

  • When any payment is made by or on behalf of the Government – the amount of the TDS will have to be paid to the Department on the day of payment.
  • Where any payment is made by any other person other than the government:

The TDS would have to be paid for:

  • If payment is rendered in March – on or before April 30 of the next financial year. For example, if the amount was paid in March 2020, the TDS will be deposited with the Department by 30 April 2020.
  • For every other month – within seven days from the end of the month in which the reduction is made. For example, if the payment had been charged in the month of September 2019, then the TDS would

The accompanying are the requirements for the deduction of TDS for payment to resident contractors and professionals above Rs. 50,00,000:

  1. It is applicable to all individuals or HUFs who make payments to resident contractors and professionals above Rs. 50,00,000.
  2. As per section 194 M, the individual or HUF that is required to have his books audited pursuant to section 44AD is not required to deduct tax under section 194M, they are covered by section 194J (TDS on Technical and Professional Services) and section 194C (TDS on Contractors)
  3. The payee must subtract TDS at the rate of 5 percent of the amount charged, in the event that no PAN is covered by the recipient, otherwise TDS is deductible at the rate of 20 percent up to the overall rent cap payable for the month of March or the last month of the lease, as the case may be. As announced by the Finance Minister on 14 May 2020 for FY 2020-21, the person is liable for the deduction of TDS at a rate of 3.75 percent.
  4. TDS shall be deducted only at the earliest of the following dates:
  • At the time of the payment of the sum, or
  • At the time of payment by cash or cheque or draft
  1. No TAN is required for that person to deduct and deposit the TDS to the Government
  2. The transaction is to be made by the individual using form 26QD, which is a call cum statement:
  • If the contractor’s work is not finished at the end of the financial year, apply Form 26QD within 30 days from the end of the fiscal year.
  • If the contractor work is between the financial year, file Form 26QD within 30 days from the end of the month when the contract/service is completed or terminated.
  1. If a person pays Rs. 50.00000 to more than one resident contractor or professional, then form 26QD shall be made twice a year for each contractor or professional, in other words, the tenant must submit form 26QB for each contractor or professional.
  2. In the case that the form needs to be submitted more than once, the invoice must also be made more than once, as a separate payment is to be made by each consultant or practitioner by their respective fees.
  3. If payment is made to a non-resident, the TDS is deductible under section 195.
  4. The entity deducting the TDS must apply the TDS certificate to the resident contractor or practitioners in Form 16B.

CBDT Has notified New TDS Return Filing Forms 26QD & 16D : 

  • Tax enforcement may be one of the most important factors for any form of business organization. It is also recommended that persons and corporations shall comply fully with the requirements of the Income Tax Act 1961. It is necessary to observe due dates for the payment of income tax deduction tax at source (TDS) in addition to the ITR filing as well as the TDS return filing. In this regard, 2 new TDS Return Filing e-forms have been introduced by the Income Tax Department, viz. Type 26QD and Type 16D.
  • Two New TDS Return Filing e-forms have been introduced by the Central Board of Direct Taxes, viz. Type 26QD and Type 16D.

What’s FORM 26QD?

  • Form 26QD is the TDS return reporting form for payments to resident contractors and practitioners 194M.
  • According to the CBDT notification, any tax deducted at source 194 M must be paid to the Central Government within 30 days from the end of the month in which the deduction was made. This deduction must be stated in the form 26QD of the Challan-cum-statement.

What is FORM 16D?

  • Form 16D is the TDS credential for reimbursement of the TDS u / s 194M.
  • According to the CBDT notification, from now on, all individuals who have to deduct tax u / s 194 M shall send a TDS certificate to the payer in Form 16D within 15 days from the due date for the TDS report filed in Form 26QD.

Details Required for Form 26QD: The CBDT had stated that individuals / HUFs making contractual or professional payments will be allowed to deduct TDS under section 194 M from the financial year 2019-20 (September 1st, 2019). TDS is deducted at 5% if the payment exceeds Rs. 50,000,000. And the TDS return for the same needs to be filed in Form 26QD. The payee will receive Form 16D as proof of the TDS deduction

  • Deductor / Payer PAN
  • Deductee / Paye PAN
  • Form of payment (work under contract/commission/brokerage or technical service charges)
  • Date of agreement/contract
  • Amount of payment
  • Number of certificates provided by the Assessment Officer pursuant to section 197 for non-deduction or lower deduction
  • Credit date
  • The TDS Rate
  • Payment details for TDS

Steps-How to fill out the form 26QD

  • Go to www.incometaxindiafiling.gov.in\
  • Click on the ‘E-Pay Tax’ button.
  • Click on ‘Continue to the NSDL website’
  • The next page will appear.
  • On Tab TDS on Contractor Payment Form 26QD.
  • Click the Proceed button.
  • Fill out the details.
  • Submit it.

Points to be recalled by the payer/deductor:

  • All individuals or HUFs (except those subject to audit pursuant to paragraph a and b of section 44AB) making payments to residents greater than 50.000.000 are liable to deduct TDS pursuant to section 194M.
  • Tax @ 5 percent to be deducted from the payment made to the payer.
  • Collect the Payee / Deductee Permanent Account Number (PAN) and verify the same with the original PAN card.
  • The Payee / Deductee PAN as well as the Payer / Deductor PAN should be made mandatory in the online form used to provide payment information.
  • Do not commit any mistake by citing the PAN or any other information in the online form. You will notify the Income Tax Department for the purpose of error correction.
  • Download and supply the TDS certificate in Form 16D from TRACES and give it to the Payee / Deductee within 15 days from the due date of receipt of the voucher in Form 26QD.

Points to be understood by the payer/deductee

  • Provide the Payer/Deductor with PAN to provide the Income Tax Department with information on TDS.
  • Verify the amount of taxes paid by the payer/deductor in the Form 26AS Annual Tax Declaration.
  • Insist on obtaining Form 16D from the Payer / Deductor that has been downloaded from the TRACES website only.
  • The Payee / Deductee may apply to the Assessing Officer under Section 197 to obtain a Nil or Lower TDS certificate in respect of the amount paid or payable to TDS under Section 194 M if his estimated tax liability is justified to the satisfaction of the Assessing Officer in issuing such a certificate.

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE AUG 11, 2016

Professional Update For the Day:

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DIRECT TAX:

  • Gujarat High Court held thatTDS u/s 194LA – The buildings do not form part of the agricultural lands or at any rate have not been shown to be in the nature of small farm houses or go downs for agricultural operations. The Tribunal therefore, committed an error in reversing the orders of the revenue authorities with respect to the applicability of section 194LA qua the compensation for the buildings –[Gujarat High Court in case of [CIT (TDS) Vs. Special Land Acquisition Officer]
  • Roads and boundaries, railway sidings, jetty pire, bouys, mooring and navigation structure can be considered as plant and machinery for the purpose of granting of depreciation under Sec. 32– [Gujarat High Court in case of [CIT Vs. Kandla Port Trust] ]

INDIRECT TAX:

  • CESTAT grants exemption benefit under Notification No. 21/2002-Cus on import of heavy duty crane cum pipe laying ship, notes that said Notification exempts goods required in connection with petroleum operations undertaken under petroleum exploration licenses or mining leases, as granted by the Govt. of India to ONGC or OIL on nomination basis[TS-305-CESTAT-2016-CUST]
  • CESTAT sets aside order which rejected service tax exemption under Notification 4/2004-ST to assessee for logistic services rendered to SEZ unit on the ground that services were not consumed within the Zone [TS-300-CESTAT-2016-ST]

COMPANY LAW:

MCA Update: Amendment in Incorporation Rules dated 27.07.2016. Ministry of Corporate Affairs has issued a notification dated 27th July, 2016 to amend Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2016. Following are the major amendments mentioned in the Notification:

  1. Subscription Sheet of Incorporation: Now, the type written or printed particulars of the subscribers and witnesses shall be allowed as if it is written by the subscriber and witness so long as they appends his or her signature or thumb impression.
  2. Proofs of Subscribers* : In case the subscriber is already holding a valid DIN, and theparticulars provided therein have been updated as on the date of application, and the declaration to this effect is given in the application, the proof of identity and residence need not be attached.
  1. Form INC-10 is omitted.: Now, no need to attach Form INC-10 in Incorporation application.
  2. Publication of name by Company: Every company which has a website for conducting online business or otherwise, shall disclose/publish its name, address of its registered office, CIN, etc. on the landing/home page of the said website.
  3. Shifting of RO from One state to another:
  4. NOC from RBI to be attached with Form INC-23, in case Company is registered NBFC.
  5. In case of Listed Company, now no need to serve notice alongwith copy of application to SEBI.

Copy of notification can be accessed at below link:

http://www.mca.gov.in/Ministry/pdf/CompaniesThridAmendementRules_28072016.pdf

OTHER UPDATE  –

FDI IN NBFCS

  • Yesterday, the Cabinet approved liberalization of foreign investment norms for the non-banking finance companies (NBFCs), in yet another measure aimed at improving the ease of doing business.
  • At present, only investments in 18 specified NBFC activities are permitted under the automatic route.
  • Foreign investment (FDI) in all NBFC activities can now come under the automatic route provided they are regulated by any of the financial sector regulators.
  • Entities not regulated by any of the regulators will need approval from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB).
  • The Cabinet also did away with minimum capital requirements, saying that such requirements are already imposed by regulators.

Key Dates:

  • Extension to 29.10.2016, of Last Date of filing of e-forms AOC-4 , AOC-4 XBRL, AOC-4 (CFS), & MGT-7. Circular No.08/2016 Dated 29.07.2016.
  • Public Servants Annual Assets Liabilities Return Filing due date extended to 31.12.2016
  • 15-08-16 is the last date for Issue of TDS certificates in form 16A for quarter ended 30-6-16 by all deductors.
  • Be honest when in trouble, be simple when in wealth, be polite when in authority and be silent when in anger.
  • “People Reach great heights in life only if they have great depth. The tallest building has the strongest foundation.”
  • Don’t find fault, find a remedy.     -Henry Ford

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE Aug 10, 2016

Professional Update For the Day:

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DIRECT TAX:

  • Gujarat High Court allows  Interest u/s 244A on principal claim of refund of tax – AO has not made out the case of delay in refund for any period attributable to the assessee disentitling for interest – officer has no escape from granting interest to the assessee in terms of section 244A(1)(a) of the Act .     [ Gujarat High Court in case of [Ajanta Manufacturing Limited Vs. DCIT]
  • Delhi High Court in the below citied case held that Section 80IA(2A): As the words “derived from” are absent, there is no requirement to prove “first degree nexus” of the receipts with the eligible business. All receipts of the undertaking are eligible for 100% deduction. (Pr. CIT vs. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (Delhi High Court)

Indirect Tax:

  • CESTAT NEW DELHI Held that – Central Excise Cenvat credit – availability – duty paid on various iron and steel items used for fabrication of capital goods – Held that – the issue stand covered by the recent decision of Hon ble High Court of Gujarat in the case of Mundra Ports & Special Economic Zone Ltd. vs. CCE & Cus 2015 (5) TMI 663 – GUJARAT HIGH COURT and by the precedent decision of same assessees case. Therefore, in any case, even if the said items are held to be used as supporting structures, the cenvat credit cannot be denied. (Commissioner of Central Excise Versus M/s. Monnet Ispat & Energy Ltd. – 2016 (8) TMI 349 – CESTAT NEW DELHI)

FAQ on Company Law:

  • Query:   We have a query regarding the regularization of Additional director in a Private Limited Company. We want to change designation of a person from additional director to Director Are we required to re appoint him as the  Director in the Annual General Meeting of the Company as he is suppose to retire in the ensuing Annual General Meeting or else. Please advise us that how can we change his designation from additional director to Director?

Answer:  You shall have to convene an Extra ordinary General meeting of the Company or you may regularize him in the ensuing Annual General Meeting also, for the purpose. Thereafter, you need to file Form DIR-12 and purpose selected should be “Change in Designation” and attach the copy of Resolution passed in the General Meeting of the Company with the Form.

OTHER UPDATE :

  • Co-operative bank is also a banking company; not liable to pay tax on NPA interest on accrual basis Principal Commissioner of Income-tax-5 v. Shri Mahila Sewa Sahakari Bank Ltd. [2016] 72 taxmann.com 117 (Gujarat)
  • Provision made by insurer for IBNR claims held as ascertained liability as it was made on basis of scientific method Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Circle-6, Kolkata v. National Insurance Co. Ltd. [2016] 72 taxmann.com 116 (Kolkata – Trib.)
Key Dates:
  1. Extension to 29.10.2016, of Last Date of filing of e-forms AOC-4 , AOC-4 XBRL, AOC-4 (CFS), & MGT-7. Circular No.08/2016 Dated 29.07.2016.
  2. Public Servants Annual Assets Liabilities Return Filing due date extended to 31.12.2016
  3. 15-08-16 is the last date for Issue of TDS certificates in form 16A for quarter ended 30-6-16 by all deductors.
  4. Excise return in form ER-1 for NON SSI assessee for the month of July: 10/08/2016
  5. Return by EOU in the ER-2 form for the month of July-10/08/201
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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE AUG 9, 2016

Direct Tax:

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Kolkata ITAT allows assessee’s (cooperative bank) appeal against levy of penalty u/s 271FA for delay in furnishing annual information return (‘AIR’) u/s 285BA, accepts assessee’s “bonafide ignorance” of relevant provisions as sufficient cause for non-compliance.[TS-425-ITAT- 2016(Kol)]

Delhi High Court in the below citied case held that The payment made by the Petitioner to Steria France for the managerial services provided by the latter cannot be taxed as fee for technical services and are not liable to withholding of tax u/s 195.( Steria (India) Ltd. Vs. CIT & Anr.)

Fee charged by Finance Co. for collecting EMI from bank customers would be considered for sec. 36(viii) deduction. [Gruh Finance Ltd. v. Assistant Commissioner Income-tax, Circle-4, Ahmedabad]

No disallowance of ITC for mere technical defect in VAT invoice.[M/s Avdesh Tracks Private Limited vs. The State of Punjab and another (Punjab & Haryana High Court)]

NCLT has issued order to prescribed Rs. 200/- per inspection as the fee for inspection for the records as provided under Rule 114 of the NCLT Rules,2016

Only when a corresponding liability arises on the ONGC to pay up the accrued amount, the income will become taxable. [Deep Industries Limited vs Assistant Commissioner of  Income Tax, Circle-1-2016(8)TMI 225 – Gujarat High Court]

The assessee is eligible for the claim of depreciation u/s 32(1)(ii) on the amount of intangible assets acquired by it as per Business Transfer Agreement. [Grindwell Norton Ltd. vs Addl. CIT 1 (1) , Mumbai and Vice-Versa – 2016 (8) TMI 222 – ITAT MUMBAI]

 IT: MAT computation – deferred revenue expenditure is nothing but a window dressing and the authority should not be mislead or guided by the balance sheet which is prepared to satisfy the shareholders. It is the P&L a/c prepared on the basis of the books of accounts as contemplated in Part-II of Schedule-VI which should form and assist to find out what is the profit earned and on that profit tax is levied – CIT & Anr Vs. Karnataka Soaps & Detergents Ltd. (Supreme Court of India)

ITAT Chennai in the below citied case held that the mere sale of few pieces of lands here and there, now and then, irrespective of their value, as long as the said assets/lands did not lose the basic character of agricultural lands, does not constitute business activity for the assessee. (The DCIT, Corporate Circle 6 (1), Chennai Vs. Shri S. Amar Narayana Reddy)

Gujarat High court in the below cited case held that the Tribunal has rightly decide that the assessee is entitled for deduction under Section 801A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 without deducting the amount of subsidy given by the Government to the farmers and accordingly allowed the claim of the assessee .(CIT, Ahmedabad Vs. Kishan Discretionary Family Trust)

Indirect Tax:

Punjab and Haryana High Court held that no disallowance of ITC for mere technical defect in VAT invoice.( M/s Avdesh Tracks Private Limited vs. The State of Punjab and another

ST: Erection Commissioning or Installation Services – receipt of labour charges for installation and commissioning of GRP Pipes for various customers – The pipes that the respondent / assessee had to lay were not plant machinery or equipment – demand was rightly set aside – Addn.C.C.E. Vs. M/s Strategic Engineering Pvt. Ltd. (Madras High Court).

DVAT prescribes Delhi Sugam-2 (DS2) to be produced at check-post or barrier for bringing the goods in Delhi – Notification No.F.7(433)/Policy-II/VAT/2012/PF/1259-70, dt.08 JAN 2016.

DVAT specifies Conditions for downloading Central Statutory forms online – Notification No.F.3(556)/Policy/VAT/2015/1271-82, dt.08 JAN 2016.

Transportation services up to customer’s premises eligible for credit if transfer of title takes place therein-(Commissioner of Central Excise, Service Tax, Bengaluru-IV v. Ultra Tech Cement Ltd.)

Delhi HC sets aside order passed by Jt. Secretary to Govt. of India rejecting assessee’s revision application u/s 129DD of Customs Act, absent valid signature. It Rejected Revenue’s submission that it is consistent practice of Dept. of Revenue that only draft orders are signed by Adjudicating Authority and on that basis, certified copies of final orders are issued to parties and that the word ‘draft’ is mere appendage. [TS-299-HC-2016(DEL)-CUST]

Melting and converting old batteries into lead plates amounts to manufacture under UP VAT.( Shyam Behari Lal Keserwani v. Commissioner, U.P. Trade Tax, Lucknow)-[2016] 72  42 (Allahabad)

Normal mining exp. couldn’t be disallowed just because assessee was engaged in illegal mining.(Obulapuram Mining Company (P.) Ltd.hj v Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Central Circle-1 (3), Bangalore)

GST

ICAI releases BGM on Model GST Law- Order online https://goo.gl/NxX2n5 and download soft copy from www.idtc.icai.org

ICAI Updates:-

ICAI invites comments on any aspect of exposure draft of IND AS 102, share based payments, issued by the Accounting Board of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India dated on 4/8/2016.

RBI Updates:-

RBI launched new website named “sachet” on Thursday, where information regarding entities that are allowed to accept deposits, lodge complaints, and share information regarding illegal acceptance of deposits by unscrupulous entities can be obtained.

SEBI clarified that in case an eligible seller does not receive the tender/offer form, he can participate in the delisting by providing the application in writing on plain paper, signed by the eligible seller, by introducing the issue in the FAQs on SEBI (Delisiting Of Equity Shares) Regulations, 2009

Key Dates:

  • Income tax department extends ITR-V verification deadline till 31 JAN 2016.
  • 10.08.16 is last date to file ER-1,2 & 6 for Excise returns by Non SSI assesses, EOUs,& by units paying duty of more than 1Cr respectively, for July 2016.
  • Excise return in form ER-1 for NON SSI assessee for the month of July: 10/08/2016
  • Return by EOU in the ER-2 form for the month of July-10/08/2016
  • Public Servants Annual Assets Liabilities Return Filing due date extended to 31.12.2016
  • 15-08-16 is the last date for Issue of TDS certificates in form 16A for quarter ended 30-6-16 by all deductors.

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE AUG 5, 2016

CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE AUG 5, 2016

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Professional Update For the Day:

DIRECT TAX:

  • Assessee having eligible industry and availing deduction under section 80-IB, will not be entitled for same in respect of income from DEPB and DEPB Premium.
  • Personal property of directors can’t be used to recover import duty payable by company: HC
  • Income Tax:  MAT – computation of the book profit under explanation to section 115JA – the question of increasing the net profit by the amount of lease equalization charge would not arise, the same being not in the nature of a reserve – Gujarat High Court in case of [PCIT Vadodara Vs. Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd]
  • ITAT: Applies Sec. 50C to builder’s land-transfer; Cites long-term holding intention to earn appreciation [TS-415-ITAT-2016(Mum)]
  • SC: Reverses Bombay HC, restores reassessment notice absent proof of bad-debts write-off [TS-410-SC-2016]

INDIRECT TAX:

  • Constitution (122nd) Amendment Bill, 2014 enabling levy of GST by Central Govt. as well as State Govts. is finally passed by Rajya Sabha with 100% in favour of the same. Now it shall go back to Lok Sabha to approve the amendments made by Rajya Sabha. Thereafter it shall be ratified by at least 16 States before being presented to the Hon’ble President for his assent.
  • Order passed by DG allowing confidentiality of documents couldn’t be subject matter of appeal: CCI.
  • No service tax could be levied if there was a transfer of right to use goods irrespective of the fact that the transfer was non-exclusive.
  • CESTAT Bangalore in the below citied case set aside the penalty imposed, due to delay in payment of service tax, by the revisionary authority since the service tax along with interest has been paid voluntarily by the appellant.( S-Mac Security Services Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Service Tax)

Company Law:

  • Extension of last date of filing Form AOC-4, AOC-4 XBRL, AOC-4 CFS & MGT-7 under the Companies Act, 2013.
  • MCA issues The Companies (Accounts) Amendment Rules, 2016. MCA Notification dated 27.07.2016.
  • MCA releases Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules, 2016. MCA Notification dated 27.07.2016.

OTHER UPDATE :

  • New RBI norms rule out banking licences for big corporates.
  • Result of IPCC announced is Ist group – 9.18%, IInd group – 7.06%, both group – 4.78%.Congratulations to all passed out students
Key Dates:
 ·  Filing of ITR returns by Individuals, HUF (Without Audit): 05/08/2016
·  Filing of ITR returns by Firms, AOP, BOI (Without audit): 05/08/2016
·   E-Payment of Service Tax for July by Companies: 06/08/2016
· Extension of last date of filing of Income tax  returns for the FY 2015-2016 (AY 2016-17) from31.07.2016 to 05.08.2016. For J&K assessees last date is 31.08.2016.
·  Extension to 29.10.2016, of Last Date of filing of e-forms AOC-4 , AOC-4 XBRL, AOC-4 (CFS), & MGT-7. Circular No.08/2016 Dated 29.07.2016.
·  Public Servants Annual Assets Liabilities Return Filing due date extended to 31.12.2016
·  15-08-16 is the last date for Issue of TDS certificates in form 16A for quarter ended 30-6-16 by all deductors.

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE JULY 25, 2016

Professional Update for the Day:

DIRECT TAX:

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Income Tax:  CBDT launches paperless PAN & TAN application process vide Press release dated on 22nd July 2016.Under the new process PAN/TAN to be issued within one day. Similarly, New Aadhaar e-Signature based application process also made available.

 Income tax : HC rules in favour of Revenue, holds that exemption to services provided in relation to management, maintenance or repair of roads under Notification No. 24/2009-ST cannot be extended to ‘repair of airport runways. [TS-291-HC-2016(BOM)-ST]

Income tax : No TDS on payment for simple marketing services of introducing foreign institutional investors by foreign subsidiary companies. [Batlivala & Karani Securities (India) Pvt. Ltd. vs. DCIT (ITAT Kolkata)].

INDIRECT TAX:

Excise : Where assessee manufactured two machineries and used same within its factory for manufacturing of final products and subsequently it cleared these machineries to its job worker and for discharging duty liability on machineries calculated assessable value of machineries by availing benefit of depreciation, availing of depreciation was in consonance with law – [2016] 71 taxmann.com 122 (Bangalore – CESTAT)

Service tax :Excess payment of service tax can be adjusted for payment of subsequent months Schwing Stetter India (P.) Ltd. v. Commissioner of Central Excise, LTU, Chennai [2016] 71 taxmann.com 228 (Chennai – CESTAT)

Service tax : CBEC issued Clarification regarding payment of Service Tax through non electronic modes like cheque vide instruction F.No 137/08/2013-Service Tax dated 07.22.2016.

COMPANY LAW UPDATES:

Query:  Do we need to execute any agreement/deed for transferring the assets & liabilities on conversion of company into LLP?

Answer:  On conversion of the Company into LLP, all tangible (movable or immovable) and intangible property vested in the company, all assets, interests, rights, privileges, liabilities, obligations relating to the company and the whole of the undertaking of the company shall be transferred to and shall vest in the limited liability partnership without further assurance, act or deed.

The transfer of assets and liabilities will be made automatically on approval of conversion application and therefore there is no requirement of executing any agreement/deed.

OTHER UPDATES:

In cases under ‘Limited Scrutiny’, the scrutiny assessment proceedings would initially be confined only to issues under ‘Limited Scrutiny’ and questionnaires, enquiry, investigation etc. would be restricted to such issues. Only upon conversion of case to ‘Complete Scrutiny’ after following the procedure outlined above, the AO may examine the additional issues besides the issue(s) involved in ‘Limited Scrutiny.

KEY DATES:

E-Return of DVAT in form no-16 and CST-1 for the quarter ended June- 25/07/2016

E-Return of DVAT in form no-16 and CST-1 for the quarter ended June- 28/07/2016

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE JULY 23, 2016

Professional Update for the Day:

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DIRECT TAX:

Income Tax:  Leasehold rights in land not eligible for allowance of depreciation
Cyber Park Development & Construction Ltd. v. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Circle 11(2), Bangalore [2016] 71 taxmann.com 210 (Bangalore – Trib.)

 Income tax : The Central Government amended the notification of the Ministry of Finance (Department of Revenue), notification number S.O.1830 (E) dated the 19th May, 2016, published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part-II, Section-3, and Subsection (ii) dated the 19th May, 2016 vide Notification No. 59/2016 dated 20/07/2016.In the said notification , for clause II , the clause has been substituted with the date on or before which the tax and surcharge is payable under section 184, and the penalty is payable under section 185 in respect of undisclosed income .

Income tax : The Central Government has notified the districts of the state of Telangana, State of West Bengal and State of Bihar as  backward areas under the first proviso to clause (iia) of sub section (1) of section 32 and sun section (1) of section 32AD vide Notification No. 61/2016 dated 20th July 2016

CBDT gives option to file revised income declaration in Form 1 of IDS.

INDIRECT TAX:

Excise : Where assessee manufactured two machineries and used same within its factory for manufacturing of final products and subsequently it cleared these machineries to its job worker and for discharging duty liability on machineries calculated assessable value of machineries by availing benefit of depreciation, availing of depreciation was in consonance with law – [2016] 71 taxmann.com 122 (Bangalore – CESTAT)

Service tax : Permission to pay service tax through non electronic modes

Vat & sales tax : Delhi Govt. calls for speedy disposal of DVAT refund claims
No.F.3(378)/Policy/VAT/2016/489-494 Dated 21st July 2016

COMPANY LAW UPDATES :

Query:  What basic conditions are required to be checked for conversion of company into LLP?

Answer: Following points should be noted for conversion of Company into LLP:

1.All the members of the Company shall become the partners of the LLP on conversion.
2. No security interest in the assets of the company is subsisting or in force on the date of conversion i.e the assets are free of any encumbrance.
3. Up to date Income-tax return has been filed under the Income-tax Act, 1961.
4. Any clearance, approval or permission for conversion of the company into limited liability partnership if required from anybody/ authority etc has been obtained.

OTHER UPDATES:

Sebi may help in government’s recapitalisation plans for PSBs

CBDT launches paperless PAN & TAN application process, PAN/TIN to be issued within one day. New Aadhaar e-Signature based application process also made available.

KEY DATES:

E-Return of DVAT in form no-16 and CST-1 for the quarter ended June- 25/07/2016

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CORPORATE AND PROFESSIONAL UPDATE JUNE 18, 2016

Professional Update For the Day:

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DIRECT TAX:


Income Tax : The initiation of the proceedings u/s 153C in the absence of recording of the satisfaction by the AO of the person searched was held to be invalid and accordingly the assessment framed u/s 153C of the Act is quashed – Bhawna Bhalla Vs. ACIT, CC-21, New Delhi & DCIT, CC-21, New Delhi Vs. Bhawna Bhall

Income Tax: Disallowance made under sec. 14A has to be added back to book profit to compute MAT Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd. v. Joint Commissioner of Income-tax,Range- 12, 3, Kolkata [2016] 70 taxmann.com 70 (Kolkata – Trib.)

Income Tax: TDS not deductible on web hosting and marketing services procured from US based entity. [DCIT vs. M/s Matrimony.Com Pvt. Ltd. (ITAT Chennai)].

Income Tax: TDS –  15G/15H declarations for the period from 01 OCT 2015 to 31 MAR 2016 to be submitted through e-filing portal by 30 JUN 2016 – Notification No.9/2016.

Income Tax: Interest awarded under Land Acquisition Act forms part of compensation; not liable to sec. 194A TDS Movaliya Bhikhubhai Balabhai v. Income-tax Officer-TDS-1-Surat [2016] 70 taxmann.com 45 (Gujarat)

Income Tax : Mere TP addition doesn’t justify levy of penalty if assessee had applied incorrect TP method in good faith Mitsui Prime Advanced Composites India (P.) Ltd. v. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Circle- 6 (1), New Delhi [2016] 70 taxmann.com  123 (Delhi – Trib.)

Income Tax: Penalty will be levied u/s 271C for assessee’s failure to withhold TDS u/s 194A on interest paid to its sister concerns. Kerala HC opined that the only way assessee could take the benefit of Sec. 273B was by establishing that there was “reasonable cause” justifying its failure to comply with Sec. 194A. Kerala High Court

Income Tax: Penalty U/s 271(1)(c) shall not be imposed if assessing officer at the time of initiation of penalty proceedings has not specified whether penalty is initiated for the inaccurate particulars of income or concealment of income.(DCIT Vs. M/s Grass Field Farms & Resorts P. Ltd.) ITAT Jaipur

Income Tax: TDS not deductible on web hosting & marketing services procured from US based entity via {DCIT vs. M/s Matrimony.Com Pvt. Ltd. (ITAT Chennai) }

Income Tax: ITAT directs TPO to recalculate additions by considering only international transactions instead of total sales Federal Mogul Automotive Products (India) Ltd. v. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Circle-11 (1), New Delhi [2016] 70 taxmann.com 121 (Delhi – Trib.)

Income Tax : Works contract services used for maintenance of office equipment are eligible input services Red Hat India (P.) Ltd. v. Principal Commissioner, Service Tax, Commissionerate, Pune [2016] 70 taxmann.com 132 (Mumbai – CESTAT)

Utility for Income Declaration Scheme, 2016 released by CBDT :  Central Government vide its notification no. 33/2016 dt. 19th May, 2016 has specified The Income Declaration Scheme Rules, 2016. Utility regarding these forms are now available on Income Tax website. Income Tax: Sec. 246A doesn’t allow filing of appeal before CIT(A) against order passed by AO under Sec. 195(2) Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax (International Taxation)-4(2), Mumbai v. Abu Dhabi Ship Building PJSC [2016] 70 taxmann.com 224 (Mumbai – Trib.)

Income Tax Assessee gets enduring benefit from the rights acquired in films and serials and they do not expire on the date of first telecast as contemplated by the assessee – The rights are intangible assets within the meaning of Explanation (iii) to Section 32 and do not fall within the purview of Section 37(1). The assessee is entitled to claim depreciation on same. (Eenadu Television Private Limited. Vs. ACIT, Hyderabad) ITAT Hyderabad

Income Tax: Where assessee, an Indian company, received dividend from a Brazilian company, since assessee was a resident company of India within meaning of article 23 paragraph 3 of DTAA and, Brazilian company had already paid tax on its profits in excess of rate prescribed in paragraph 2 of article 10 of DTAA before distribution of dividend income, such dividend would be exempt from tax in India – [2016] 70 taxmann.com 22 (Kolkata – Trib.)

Income Tax: Section 147 could not be availed of for purpose of correcting a mistake in assessment order; Assessing Officer could not sit in appeal over decision of his predecessor Assessing Officer, who had examined claim and allowed claim of deduction under section 54EC by taking plea that assessee was eligible for lesser amount – [2016] 70 taxmann.com 72 (Gujarat)

Income Tax : Official Assignee need not go before the CBDT for waiver of interest payable under Income-tax assessments. The Insolvency Court itself can consider the question of waiver of interest in terms of the power conferred under section 7 of the Presidency Town Insolvency Act and in the light of the provisions of the Income-tax Act – [2016] 70 taxmann.com 182 (Madras)

Utility for Income Declaration Scheme, 2016 released by CBDT :  Central Government vide its notification no. 33/2016 dt. 19th May, 2016 has specified The Income Declaration Scheme Rules, 2016. Utility regarding these forms are now available on Income Tax website.

Income Tax: Sec. 246A doesn’t allow filing of appeal before CIT(A) against order passed by AO under Sec. 195(2) Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax (International Taxation)-4(2), Mumbai v. Abu Dhabi Ship Building PJSC [2016] 70 taxmann.com 224 (Mumbai – Trib.)

Income Tax Assessee gets enduring benefit from the rights acquired in films and serials and they do not expire on the date of first telecast as contemplated by the assessee – The rights are intangible assets within the meaning of Explanation (iii) to Section 32 and do not fall within the purview of Section 37(1). The assessee is entitled to claim depreciation on same. (Eenadu Television Private Limited. Vs. ACIT, Hyderabad) ITAT Hyderabad

Income Tax: AO of searched person has to record satisfaction even if he is also the AO of other person under sec. 153C  Narsi Creations v. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Central Circle-12, New Delhi
[2016] 70 taxmann.com 156 (Delhi – Trib.)

Income Tax: Revenue couldn’t treat taxpayer as BPO if same was categorized as KPO in earlier year on basis of same agreement
SNL Financial (India) (P.) Ltd. v. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Cir.8, Ahmedabad [2016] 70 taxmann.com 146 (Ahmedabad – Trib.)

Income Tax :  Co. outsourcing significant part of its operations can’t be a comparable for a Co. rendering IT enabled services American Express India (P.) Ltd. v. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax, Circle 1(1), New Delhi [2016] 70 taxmann.com 82 (Delhi – Trib.)  Registration u/s 12AA cannot be denied on town Planning Activities continuing from earlier years [ITO vs. Moradabad Development Authority (ITAT Delhi)].

INDIRECT TAX:


Service tax & custom : CBEC has issued a circular for speedy disbursal of pending refund claims of exporters of service under rule 5 of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004 vide Circular No. 195/05/2016- Service Tax dated 15th June ,2016.This scheme is applicable only to service tax registrants who are exporters of services, with respect to refund claims under rule 5 of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004, which have been filed on or before 31-3-2015, and which have not been disposed of as on the date of the issue of the circular dated 10-11-2015

CBEC has issued a single window project for simplification of procedure in SWIFT for clearance of consignment related to drugs & Cosmetics reg. vide Circular No. 28/2016- CUS- dated 14th June, 2016

Excise  : Whether there will be Eligibility of Cenvat credit of services at their retail outlets from where sales are affected. In the given case No sales are affected at the factory gate but duty is paid at the time of clearance. It was held that since the goods are not sold at the factory gate but are sold at the retail outlets, therefore, by virtue of the express provisions of Section 4(3) (c)(iii) of the Central Excise Act, 1944 the place of removal in the case of appellant will be the retail outlet. Hence cenvat credit will be eligible.( M/s Sports And Leisure Apparel Ltd. Versus Commissioner of Customs, Central Excise And Service Tax-Noida)- 2016 (6) TMI 468- CESTAT ALLAHABAD

Vat : Delhi value added tax has launched “Good Dealer Reward Scheme” Vide order instruction No. F.3 (632)/Policy/VAT/2015/PF/363- 69 dated 10.06.2016. The objective of the scheme is to acknowledge the efforts of better performing dealers so as to further encourage them to continue their efforts for better tax compliance and also to set examples for other dealers.

Central Excise: SSI Exemption – use of Brand/Trade mark or others – as long as assignment stands the assessee using the brand name is eligible for the benefit of SSI exemption notification – Tri

Excise  : CBEC has amend the notification No. 214/86 – central excise dated 25.03.1986 vide notification No. 24/2016 dated 14.06.2016 and further it amends the notification No. 67-95- Central Excise – dated 16.03.1995 vide Notification No. 25/2016 dated 14.06.2016.In this notification they have substituted the word “ Free Trade Zone” with “Special Economic Zone”

Central Excise: Levy of excise duty on readymade garments and made articles of textiles bearing a brand name or sold under a brand name and having a retail sale price of Rs. 1000 or more – reg. Circular No. 1031/19/2016-CX Dated 14th of June, 2016 F. No. 332/5/2016-TRU Dated 14th of June, 2016

Service tax : No interest can be demanded on time-barred payment of service tax  commissioner of Central Excise, Bhopal v. Western Coal Fields Ltd.[2016] 70  taxmann.com 133 (New Delhi – CESTAT)

Service tax : CESTAT grants refund of excess service tax paid on ‘brokerage’ towards stock-broker services, pursuant to subsequent downward adjustment thereof through credit notes to clients. It Rejected the Revenue’s stand that principle of unjust enrichment applicable to present case since issuance of credit notes not sufficient to establish that tax burden had not been passed onto recipients of service. CESTAT Mumbai

Custom : Seeks to extend the levy of anti-dumping duty on imports of Pentaerythritol, originating in, or exported from the People’s Republic of China, for a period of one year

Service tax & custom : CBEC has issued a circular for speedy disbursal of pending refund claims of exporters of service under rule 5 of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004 vide Circular No. 195/05/2016- Service Tax dated 15th June ,2016.This scheme is applicable only to service tax registrants who are exporters of services, with respect to refund claims under rule 5 of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004, which have been filed on or before 31-3-2015, and which have not been disposed of as on the date of the issue of the circular dated 10-11-2015

CBEC has issued a single window project for simplification of procedure in SWIFT for clearance of consignment related to drugs & Cosmetics reg. vide Circular No. 28/2016- CUS- dated 14th June, 2016

OTHER UPDATES


Changes in form 2, 3, 4 & 11 vide Limited Liability Partnership (Second Amendment) Rules 2016

ICAI: 30 SEP 2016 is the last date for payment of Membership & Certificate of Practice (CoP) Fee for FY 2016-17.

Threshold limit of PF withdrawal for deduction of tax, raised to Rs. 50,000 from Rs. 30.000 with effect from 1st June, 2016 vide Finance Act, 2016.

Net realizable of stock to be taken as value it would fetch on actual sale in future. [ITO vs. M/s. Mahendra Traders (ITAT Kolkata)].

A month after India redrew its tax agreement with Mauritius, the government has constituted a working group to examine the “consequential issues” arising out of the changes. Sebi : The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has issued a consultation paper on financial disclosures to be made by the newly-introduced Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs). Comments have been invited by June 28. It has proposed that annual disclosure to stock exchanges be on a quarterly basis, not half-yearly as suggested earlier.

RBI : The country has a lot of “unmet demands” for bank loans and a lot of gap is still to be filled in the banking space, Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor Harun Rashid Khan has said. “We have a lot of unmet demands (for bank loans still a lot of gaps to be filled,” Khan said in reply to a question on the central bank’s plan to issue more licences for setting up new banks.

SEBI : The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has issued a consultation paper on financial disclosures to be made by the newly-introduced Infrastructure Investment Trusts (InvITs). Comments have been invited by June 28. It has proposed that annual disclosure to stock exchanges be on a quarterly basis, not half-yearly as suggested earlier.

KEY DATES


Payment of ESI for the month of May- 16-06-2016

E-Payment of DVAT & CST tax for the month of May -16-06-2016

Payment of ESI for the month of May- 21-06-2016

E-Payment of DVAT & CST tax for the month of May -21-06-2016

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