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My issue is of 2013-14 Seller VAT no is cancelled So vat notice to pay the j1 j2 difference has came to me. I have all the bills , what should I do ?Can vat b started again of the seller Or any other

Posted 3 weeks ago


A. Dear client,
You can escape this liability when the VAT of the seller has been restored. So, being the aggrieved party, you can question the VAT notice that is been sent to you.
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anbazhagan perumal

Original assessee had died intestate without leaving any property or income whether the legal heirs are liable to pay the income tax

Posted 1 month ago


A. Dear Sir,
'Pious obligation' means the moral liability of sons to pay off or discharge their father's non-avyavaharik debts. ... The ancient doctrine of pious obligation was governed by Smriti law. There is a pious obligation on the sons and grandsons to pay the debts contracted by the father and grandfather.
Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005- Rights & Liabilities of a daughter member

Section 6(4) provides that no court shall recognize any right to proceed against a son, grandson, or great ...ReadMore
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We are 3 blood sisters nominees in a flat left by my deceased father, without a will in Mumbai. I am acquiring the flat from my sisters by way of relinquishment release deed, also paying them consider

Posted 2 months ago


A. Dear Client,
1. Yes, you can use that money to pay off your sisters' consideration for executing a relinquishment deed in your favour, and it will be tax-free up to the amount given to your sisters because it is not a capital gain.
2. You may consult a chartered accountant in your area by presenting your other sources of income.
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I am a salaried employee and my company closed abruptly. I had filed returns and got the refund as per my ITR during AY 2019-20. Now I had received notice from IT for repayment of the refund tax amoun

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A. Dear Client,
A chartered accountant can provide you with sound legal advice in your case, whether to refund the department or not. I hope this helps. Let us know if you require any further assistance.
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As a freelancer is there is a problem if I have received the money in my Savings account from an Overseas client? Is there any limit to which I can receive? I m told that there could be a penalty levi

Posted 2 months ago


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It is important to mention your source of income and to file income tax return depending on your income. If you receive payment by doing any act which is forbidden in India, it will lead to an offense.
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Madam/ Sir, I’m a salaried individual and I have a query about receipt of past salary in arrears. In the month of June 2021 (FY 2021-2022) I have received an amount of around 7

Posted 4 months ago


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You have to approach chartered accountant to get appropriate financial advise. The advocates are not experts to advise on the financial matters and related investments in a particular financial year etc.

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A few years back I purchased 1bhk flat directly from a builder. Sale deed not yet registered. Price paid less than 10 lac from my resources. Now I wish to give it to my married daughter. Builder shall

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You may have amicable talks with the builder and get amended sale deed and get it registered in the name of your daughter. Sometimes you have to bring pressure on the builder to work out the issue.

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I have sold my residential property and I have to construct new one immediately, the money I received for selling my property will be deposited in savings account( not at a time but in 4 installments)

Posted 5 months ago


A. Hi,
Interest on a savings account is taxed under the category of "Income from other sources." Furthermore, Section 80TTA allows a deduction of up to Rs 10,000 on such interest income, therefore interest received in excess of Rs 10,000 is taxable.
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I have incurred loss through non speculative trading income and want that to carry forward it to next year. My turnover through option trading is 5-6 lakh and losses through stcg 50000 and options tra

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It is purely financial based question and needs to be looked into chartered accountant. Normally, such loss will be carry forward to the next year and you will get necessary income tax relief.

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I am planing to open 10 lakh FD on my mother's name. She is house wife. will she get taxed? or will it be considered her income ? & will she need to pay tax for it. please explain

Posted 6 months ago


A. if your mother's total income for year which includes the interest from the FD is less than 5 lakhs then it will not be taxable.
Bank will also ask form 15H for senior citizen.
Better invest in tax saving instruments.
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