Direct Taxes for CA Final – May 2015 is starting on 10th Oct 2014. Hindi Mahavidyalaya – Evening 5.30 P.M to 8.45 P.M: [Contact 9963 250 500 / 98495 79413]
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Hi, there is a free amendments class on direct tax laws for students appearing for CA FINAL Nov 2014. Interested students can avail this benefit. Venue: Hindi Mahavidyalya, Nallakunta; Evening 5.30 p.m. Pl bring the latest RTP while coming to the class. [Amendments, Case Laws, Notifications and Circulars which are relevant for Nov 2014 CA Final attempt will be covered]
Thursday, August 7, 2014
New Batch for IDT (CA Final) Nov 2014 and May 2015 will start from 11th Aug 2014 at Hindi Maha vidyalaya (Nallakunta) during morning hours (6.00 AM to 9.00 AM).
Service Tax extends to the Continental Shelf & Exclusive Economic Zone (CS & EEZ) of India [Notification No. 14/2010-S.T., dated 27-2-2010]
Eg: A Vessel sailing from Karachi to Colombo developed some technical snag while passing through CSI (Continental Shelf of India) off Kochi port. A marine engineer from Ernakulam provides service to the vessel anchored in the EEZI (Exclusive Economic Zone of India).
Sol: No tax ! Why? Because, the vessel located in the CSI / EEZI, is not engaged in the mineral exploitation.
Eg #2: Installation in EEZI meant for prospecting for mineral oil, did not find out oil. Is tax payable on service provided to such an installation?
Sol: Tax is payable ! Why? Because, installation was for the purposes of prospecting mineral oil. It does not matter whether oil was found or not.
Sunday, July 6, 2014
No of days of forced stay in India cannot be counted while determining the Residential Status. Thus, where the Government Agencies illegally impounded the passport of the assessee and because of which his stay in India exceeded 182 days, he cannot be treated as ‘Resident’. i.e The number of days for which his passport was impounded is to be excluded while counting the period of STAY. [Suresh Nanda Vs ACIT]  [45 Taxmann.com 269] [Delhi – Tribunal]
Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Update in Indirect Tax Laws # 7: Service Tax Paid towards expenses on after sales service is eligible for credit as input service as the same is covered in the definition of input service as defined in Rule 2(l) of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2004. [Com Vs Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd] [34 STR J 217] [RK Jain]  [Mumbai-HC]
Monday, June 30, 2014
Update in Indirect Tax Laws # 6: CENVAT Credit on Sales Commission Service is not available.
Thus, where the assessee incurred expenditure towards ‘Sales Commission Service’, held that CENVAT Credit on the same is not available to the assessee. [Astik Dyestuff Pvt Ltd Vs CCEX]  [34 STR 814] [Gujarat HC]; In this Judgment they affirmed the judgment given in earlier case of ‘CCEX Vs Cadila Healthcare Ltd]  [30 STR 3] [Gujarat HC]. Readers may note that a contrary judgment was given by the P&H HC in ‘CCEX Vs Ambica Overseas’  [25 STR 348];