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2019

Tax Payers Liability in case of Voluntary Cancellation of Registration under GST

Sometimes a registered dealer may wish to cancel GST Registration on voluntary basis. In such scenario, some common confusion prevails among tax payers. For example..

  • Are we liable to file GST returns after applying for cancellation of GST registration on voluntary basis?
  • Whether there is a need to file GSTR after applying for voluntary cancellation of registration?
  • If there are any penalty for not filing GST Return in between the period of application and cancellation order?

Hence, in this article we will discuss certain points that may clear confusion in this regard.

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2019

Methods for E Verification of ITR

Income Tax Return (ITR) verification refers to the process by which one validates or authenticates the details furnished during the return filing process. An Income Tax Return filed but not verified will not be considered as valid return. ITRs are processed further and refunds (if any) are given by the Income Tax Department (ITD) only when you are done with ITR verification.

2019

Cost Inflation Index for the Financial Year 2019 20

CBDT has announced, in a recent notification, the Cost Inflation Index for the Financial Year 2019-20 vide Notification No. 63/2019 dated 12th September, 2019. Cost Inflation Index for Financial Year 2019-20 is declared 289. Refer to the notification below:

2019

Brief Note on TDS Under Section 194H

Section 194H is for income tax deducted on any income by way of commission or brokerage, by any person responsible for paying to a resident. Individuals and Hindu Undivided Family who were covered under section 44AB are also required to deduct TDS. Section 194H does not include insurance commission referred to in section 194D.

2019

FAQs on Tax Deducted at Source under section 194I

The Finance Act, 1994 inserted the Section 194I, regarding deduction of tax from rent. The Government introduced the provision to cover the income by way of rent under tax deduction at source. In other countries as well, such income is subject to deduction of income tax at source.

2019

Things that you must know about Employee Provident FundEPF

What is EPF?

  • Employee Provident Fund (EPF) is a scheme regulated by central government under ‘The Employees’ Provident Funds and Miscellaneous Provisions Act, 1952′ which came into effect from 1951 which extends to whole of India except Jammu & Kashmir.
  • EPF is one of the most beneficial investment methods for salaried employee.
  • Government has initiated EPF registration and made it compulsory with certain conditions mainly for cultivating the habits of saving for all employees working in private sector, public sector or even in government undertakings.

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