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CBIC prescribes revised procedure for making payment of CEX and ST arrears under new CBIC-GST Integrated portalCBIC increases Tariff value of GoldMere non-disclosure of receipt would not automatically imply escapement of income chargeable to tax from assessment: HCGovt setting up four Plastic Parks as per SchemeAll support for e-Commerce companies promoting Exports: GoyalLTC - Clarification on easing of rules for travel by air to visit N-E, J&K and AndamanTaxes mistakenly paid, must not be retained by Revenue Department: HCAnti-dumping duty on import of Paracetamol - Date extended up to July 9, 2019CGST - Much before notice u/s 46 came to be issued or rather, much before assessment could be undertaken u/s 62, authority straightway proceeded to pass orders of provisional attachment of goods as well as Bank A/c & which action is not in accordance with law - orders quashed: HCPompeo’s visit to New Delhi - MoU for defence tech transfer on the cardsST - Appellant has really not gained anything by instituting appeal beyond prescribed period of limitation, therefore, it cannot be said that no 'sufficient cause' was made out to explain delay of 102 days in institution of appeal - Appeal allowed: HCIf no construction is carried out on piece of land, it cannot be treated as 'stock in trade' merely because it is shown as same in books of account: ITATHousing for All by 2022 - All-out efforts to be made, says PMST - Refund - An assessee is not entitled to take advantage of a decision rendered in a case filed by another person to get extension of the period of limitation: HCDeduction claimed on account of insurance fee & registration charges merits disallowance, if taxpayer fails to demonstrate their genuineness: ITATCX - Quoting wrong assessee code - As long as duty is paid and credited duly to GOI account, procedural infractions which are curable in nature will not nullify such payments - Demanding such duty second time is certainly harsh and has no sanction of law: CESTATRecognition u/s 80G granted to Trust merits extension if its charitable nature do not undergo any change in precedings AYs: ITATCX - Software is an integral part of computer systems, though shown separately in invoices - value of software has to be included in AV for payment of Excise Duty: CESTATTaxpayer need not be penalised if interest paid by him on share capital at higher rate is found bonafide: ITATCus - Goods missing from CFS - duty demand confirmed but o-in-o appears contradictory inasmuch once proceedings under Regulation 11 & 12 were dropped, penalty could not have been imposed: CESTATAnti-dumping duty on Paracetamol imported from PR China extended till July 9, 2019Definitive Countervailing duty imposed on 'New/unused pneumatic radial tyres with or without tubes and/or flap of rubber (including tubeless tyres)' used in buses and lorries/trucks imported from PR ChinaTwo separate low housing projects constructed on common land should not be construed as one, so as to disallow statutory relief available u/s 80IB(10): HCGovt approves CPC 2.0; Rs 1.6 lakh crore refund processedWhether if assessee purchaser demonstrates discharge of tax liability to seller, benefit of input tax cannot be deprived to such buyer - YES: HC
TIOL Accolades
TIOL ACCOLADES

DDT in Limca Book of Records - Fifth Year in a Row

YOUR DDT has entered the Limca Book of Records - AGAIN - in the 2016 edition as the longest running daily online column on tax matters. This is the longest running daily column by a single author on any matter in any publication. This is the fifth time in a row that DDT has entered the Limca Book of Records.

As the citation shows, DDT had completed 2630 issues by June 30, 2015. That is the cut-off date for Limca Book of Records for entries for the year 2016. After that date, DDT has come out with more than 200 issues, as today's DDT is numbered 2845.

DDT is grateful for all the support from the Netizens, the Government and colleagues, who made this possible. DDT 's mission is not to make records, but to make the records straight for you.

 

DDT in Limca Book of Records

DDT in Limca Book of Records - Fourth Time in a Row

YOUR DDT has entered the Limca Book of Records - AGAIN - in the 2015 edition as the longest running daily online column on tax matters. This is the longest running daily column by a single author on any matter in any publication. This is the fourth time in a row that DDT has entered the Limca Book of Records.

As the citation shows, DDT had completed 2385 issues by June 30, 2014. That is the cut-off date for Limca Book of Records for entries for the year 2015. After that date, DDT has come out with nearly 200 issues, as today's DDT is numbered 2562.

DDT is grateful for all the support from the Netizens, the Government and colleagues, who made this possible. DDT will continue its pursuit relentlessly, with your support - We are not to make records, but to make the records straight for you.

 

DDT in Limca Book of Records

DDT in Limca Book of Records - Third Time in a row

YOUR DDT  has entered the Limca Book of Records - AGAIN - in the 2014 edition as the longest running daily online column on tax matters. This is the longest running daily column by a single author on any matter in any publication. This is the third time in a row that DDT has entered the Limca Book of Records.

As the citation above shows, DDT had completed 2137 issues by June 30, 2013. That is the cut-off date for Limca Book of Records for entries for the year 2014. After that date, DDT has come out with nearly 200 issues, as today's DDT is numbered 2323.

DDT is grateful for all the support from the Netizens, the Government and colleagues, who made this possible. DDT  will continue its pursuit relentlessly, with your support - to make the records straight for you. A BIG Thank You !

DDT in Limca Book of Records

DDT Enters Limca Book of Records Again - 2013

YOUR DDT has entered the Limca Book of Records - AGAIN - in the 2013 edition as the longest running daily online column on tax matters. This is the longest running daily column by a single author on any matter in any publication.

As the citation above shows,  DDT had completed 1890 issues by June 30, 2012. That is the cut-off date for Limca Book of Records for entries for the year 2013. After that date, DDT has come out with more than 150 issues, as today's DDT is numbered 2051.

It is a proud moment for all of us in TIOL that we hold the prestigious Limca record, but at the same time, we realize that we are here not for the records but to make the records straight for you.

DDT is grateful for all the support from the Netizens, the Government and colleagues, who made this possible. DDT will continue its pursuit relentlessly, with your support. A BIG Thank You!

DDT in Limca Book of Records

DDT in Limca Book of Records

DDT, TIOL'S longest running column, enters the Limca Book of Records as the longest running daily online column on tax.

DDT completed 1641 issues by June 30, 2011. That was the cut off date for Limca Book of Records for entries for the year 2012. After that date, DDT has come out with more than 150 issues.

A proud moment for all of us in TIOL that we now hold the prestigious Limca record, but at the same time, we realize that we are here not for the records but to make the records straight for you.

DDT is grateful for all the support from the Netizens, the Government and colleagues, who made this possible. DDT will continue its pursuit, with your support. A BIG Thank You!

WTO Certificate of Merit

TIOL Awarded WCO Certificate of Merit

IN a glittering function at Delhi 's National Museum, Chairman of the Central Board of excise and Customs, Shri Dutt Mazumder presented the WCO Certificate of Merit to Shri Shailendra Kumar, CEO of Taxindiaonline.com for rendering exceptional service to the international Customs Community.