16 September, 2014
Central Board of Excise & Customs (CBEC) has clarified today some of the provisions relating to mandatory pre-deposit for filing appeals and refund thereof in case of favorable order, which were brought into force from 6-8-2014 by Finance (No. 2) Act, 2014. Circular No. 984/4/2014-CX,dated 16-9-2014 issued in this regard specifies simple procedure for making pre-deposit and...
By Tushar Aggarwal
With the passage of time, different technologies and standards evolve. Similarly, law cannot stand still; it must change with the changing social concepts and values [see end note 1]. Tax laws though necessarily enacted in its own time, are nevertheless to be construed as taking note of the advances in technology.
Entertainment tax in India is being levied for more than a...
By Iype Mathew
One of the important changes made as part of the amendments brought by Finance (No. 2) Act, 2014 is the amendment to the provisions relating to pre-deposit and grant of stay in Customs, Excise and Service Tax laws. Earlier, though pre-deposit of the full disputed amount was prescribed yet the appellate authority was vested with the discretion to waive pre-deposit and to grant ...
The Chamber of Tax Consultants is organising a Seminar titled "Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Domestic and International Tax Laws" on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at Symbiosis “Vishwabhavan”, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune, Maharashtra.
The Seminar will also discuss key changes relating to domestic and international tax, including, PoEM, CFC et...
Tax compliance is a complex phenomenon that is governed by a variety of factors. Some of these factors are, tax rates, complexity of laws, procedures, forms and returns, the efficiency of tax administration including tax audits and the legal consequences of non-compliance. The reforms in indirect taxes in the last two decades could be said to have reduced the cost of compliance to the trade and...
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