Saturday, March 30, 2013

Tally :- Change of Financial Year in Tally accounting software

Friends,   Today is 30th March, 2013 and end of Financial Year is too much near. it requires change of Financial Year in all accounting software.  I have come to notice that many tally users create New Company for new Financial Year whereas there is no need to do such type of creation.  Multiple data of  Financial Years can be stores in a single company in tally.

          Last year I had received some queries regarding loss of data due to change of financial year.  Therefore it is very much important to know how to create new financial year in Tally software.  Generally users think that "Financial From " or "Books beginning from"  are the  options to change financial year which is wrong.   Anyone should not change screen of  "Gateway of Tally" to change the Financial Year in tally as shown in below picture. 

To change Financial Year in tally  First take backup of your all data and then Press Alt+F2 from Gateway of Tally and change Financial Year. 
(Picture view is also given below)



Other Important tips regarding Tally (Click Here)

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Service Tax :-ST-3 for July 2012 to Dec.2012 and others

Friends,   Central Board of Excise and Customs has released Excel utility of ST-3 for submission of Service Tax return for the period 01.07.2012 to 30.09.2012 on 25.03.2013.   ST-3 excel utility for the period 01.04.2012 to 30.06.2012 has already been released . 


I.  Fill up the Return data: Navigate to each field of every section in the sheet to provide applicable data in correct format.  (Formats will get reflected while filling data.) 

II. Validating Sheets: Click on the ''Validate this sheet"  button to ensure that the sheet has been properly filled in and also data has been furnished in proper format. If there are some errors on the sheet, e-filing utility will prompt you to correct the same.
In such cases, e-filling utility will not allow you to proceed further until you rectify the errors.
There is "Validate Return and Submit" button on the last sheet "Distributor" for validating all the entries in your return. If you click on this button, utility will validate all the sheets one by one. In case there is some error identified on some sheet, then it will prompt you about all the errors in your return and will ask to revalidate the sheet.
III. Generate XML: After all the required fields have been filled in properly and validated, clicking on ''Validate Return and Submit'' button will re-check all the sheets and a new file in XML format will be generated.
Both files will be saved in the same folder in your system where e-filing Utility was saved initially.
IV. Upload XML file into ACES application: For uploading the XML file generated by the e-filing utility, log into ACES application and access RET > e-filing > upload to upload generated xml file of Return. On Upload screen, provide the required information and browse to select the XML file from the saved location and submit the same.
Download ST-3 excel utility for 01.07.2012 to 30.09.2012 (click here)

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Post Office :-PPF,Small Saving Schemes Interest Rates w.e.f. 01.04.2013


REVISION OF INTEREST RATES FOR SMALL SAVINGS SCHEMES
WITH EFFECT FROM 1-4-2013


                  Based on the decisions taken by the Government on the recommendations of the Shyamala Gopinath Committee for Comprehensive Review of National Small Savings Fund (NSSF), the interest rates for small saving schemes are to be notified every financial year, before 1st April of that year. Accordingly, the rate of interest on various small savings schemes for the financial year 2013-14 effective from 1-4-2013, on the basis of the interest compounding/payment built-in in the schemes, shall be as under :

Scheme
Rate of Interest w.e.f. 1-4-2012
Rate of Interest w.e.f. 1-4-2013
1
2
3
Savings Deposit
4.0
4.0
1 Year Time Deposit
8.2
8.2
2 Year Time Deposit
8.3
8.2
3 Year Time Deposit
8.4
8.3
5 Year Time Deposit
8.5
8.4
5 Year Recurring Deposit
8.4
8.3
5 Year SCSS
9.3
9.2
5 Year MIS
8.5
8.4
5 Year NSC
8.6
8.5
10 Year NSC
8.9
8.8
PPF
8.8
8.7

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

How to Compute "Income From House Property"

Friends,   Assessee has many questions regarding calculation of Income from House Property.  I mean to say what is expected rent, standard deduction, interest on borrowed capital etc.  Standard formula for calculation of income from house property is given below :-


1.  Gross annual value i.e. expected rent/actual rent received or receivable,            Rs. ___________
     whichever is higher.  However, in case of vacancy, expected rent or 
     actual rent received or receivable, whichever i lower.

2. Less:-
        (a)  The amount of rent which could not be realized                  Rs.____    
        (b)  Taxes actually paid and borne by owner to local authority  Rs.____       Rs. ___________ 
                                                                                                                               ____________
                                                      Net annual value (NAV)                              Rs. ____________

3. Less:- Deduction allowed u/s 24
       (a)  Standard deduction @ 30% of NAV                                Rs.____
       (b)  Interset on borrowed capital [Section 24(1)(vi)]                Rs.____       
                                                      Total                                                            Rs. ____________
                                                                                                                              _____________

4. Income Chargeable under the head "Income from House Property"                 Rs. ____________
                                       (2-3)


Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Individual Income Tax Calculator for A.Y. 2013-14 in a single Excel Sheet

       Income Tax Calculator in excel sheet for the Financial Year 2012-13 or Assessment Year 2013-14  is ready.  Employee wise data can be stored in it.  Mainly this file is much helpful at the time of e-filing of annual return of salary data or to make provision for advance tax of individuals  for the Financial Year 2012-13.







Free Excel Based Income Tax Calculator w.e.f. April 1, 2005 to up to Date (Click Here)
To view on line Income Tax Calculator for the F.Y. 2010-11 (click here)


Click Here to Download excel Sheet for F.Y. 2011-12 with New Format of Form 16 

Saturday, March 16, 2013

Press Release Dated 01.03.2013 regarding Clarification on Tax Residency Certificate

FINANCE MINISTRY'S CLARIFICATION ON TAX RESIDENCY CERTIFICATE (TRC)
PRESS RELEASE, DATED 1-3-2013
                                                                                              
Concern has been expressed regarding the clause in the Finance Bill that amends Section 90 of the Income-tax Act that deals with Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements. Sub-section (4) of section 90 was introduced last year by Finance Act, 2012. That subsection requires an assessee to produce a Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) in order to claim the benefit under DTAA.

DTAAs recognize different kinds of income. The DTAAs stipulate that a resident of a contracting state will be entitled to the benefits of the DTAA.

In the explanatory memorandum to the Finance Act, 2012, it was stated that the Tax Residency Certificate containing prescribed particulars is a necessary but not sufficient condition for availing benefits of the DTAA. The same words are proposed to be introduced in the Income-tax Act as sub-section (5) of section 90. Hence, it will be clear that nothing new has been done this year which was not there already last year.

However, it has been pointed out that the language of the proposed sub-section (5) of section 90 could mean that the Tax Residency Certificate produced by a resident of a contracting state could be questioned by the Income Tax Authorities in India. The government wishes to make it clear that that is not the intention of the proposed subsection (5) of section 90. The Tax Residency Certificate produced by a resident of a contracting state will be accepted as evidence that he is a resident of that contracting state and the Income Tax Authorities in India will not go behind the TRC and question his resident status.

In the case of Mauritius, circular no. 789, dated 13-4-2000 continues to be in force, pending ongoing discussions between India and Mauritius.

However, since a concern has been expressed about the language of sub-section (5) of section 90, this concern will be addressed suitably when the Finance Bill is taken up for consideration.

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Income Tax Department will work on 30th and 31st March, 2013

Friends 
                   Keeping in view the end of the Financial Year 2012-13 on 31st March, 2013, Central Board of Direct Taxes has ordered to open all offices of Income Tax Department as normal office hours on 30th and 31st of March, 2013. This order has been issued on 13th March, 2013.

F.No.225/45/2013/ITA.II
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Direct Taxes
New Delhi, the 13th March, 2013

Order under Section 119(1) of the Income Tax act,1961

                The Financial Year 2012-13 closed on 31-03-2013.  In view of holidays on 27th and 29th of March and thereafter, on 30th and 31st March, being Saturday and Sunday, it is directed that all the Income Tax Offices through out India shall remain open and the receipts counters shall also work during normal office hours on 30th and 31st of March 2013.  This direction is issued for administrative convenience by the Central Board of Direct Taxes in exercise of powers conferred under section 119 of the Income tax Act, 1961.

                Special arrangements may also be made by wasy of opening additional receipt counters, wherever required on 30th and 31st March 2013 to facilitate filing of return of Income and other related work of tax payers.   These instructions may be given wide publicity. 

(Richa Rastogi)
Under secretary to Government of India. 

copy to :-
  1. The Chairman (CBDT), All Members, Central Board of Direct Taxes for information. 
  2. All Cadre Controlling CCsIT for necessary action in respect of their region.
  3. The Director General of Income Tax (Admn.) Mayur Bhawan, New Delhi. 
  4. DGIT (Systems) for putting it on Departmental Website. 
  5. Ms. Kavita Pandey, CIT (MC) of CBDT.

(Richa Rastogi)
Under secretary to Government of India. 

Friday, March 15, 2013

Liability to Pay Advance Tax Installment.

All  About Regarding Advance Tax
Advance Tax Calculator
        Apart from Deduction of Tax at source while making various payments, Advance Tax is compulsory for every assessee as per  Section 210 under Indian Income-Tax act.   In case tax on assessee's estimated income of current year  comes to Rs. 10,000 or more-, Advance Tax liability arises for each and every assessee.  Earlier or before 1.04.2009, this limit was Rs. 5,000.00.  Each and Every assessee should take care in the following months regarding Payment of Advance Income Tax.

  • June
  • September
  • December
  • March
  • Last day of March
To make more easy understanding regarding Advance Income Tax (Click here) to download the Advance Tax calculator. Complete Section 208, 209, 209A and  210 related to payment of Advance Tax is also given below for your ready record.


Section 208   78[Conditions of liability to pay advance tax.
208. Advance tax shall be payable during a financial year in every case where the amount of such tax payable by the assessee during that year, as computed in accordance with the provisions of this Chapter, is 79[ten thousand] rupees or more.]

Section 209 Computation of advance tax.
209. 80[(1) The amount of advance tax payable by an assessee in the financial year shall, subject to the provisions of sub-sections (2) and (3), be computed as follows, namely :—

             (a)   where the calculation is made by the assessee for the purposes of payment of advance tax under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) or sub-section (5) or sub-section (6) of section 210, he shall first estimate his current income and income-tax thereon shall be calculated at the rates in force in the financial year;

             (b)   where the calculation is made by the Assessing Officer for the purpose of making an order under sub-section (3) of section 210, the total income of the latest previous year in respect of which the assessee has been assessed by way of regular assessment or the total income returned by the assessee in any return of income furnished by him for any subsequent previous year, whichever is higher, shall be taken and income-tax thereon shall be calculated at the rates in force in the financial year;

              (c)   where the calculation is made by the Assessing Officer for the purpose of making an amended order under sub-section (4) of section 210, the total income declared in the return furnished by the assessee for the later previous year, or, as the case may be, the total income in respect of which the regular assessment, referred to in that sub-section has been made, shall be taken and income-tax thereon shall be calculated at the rates in force in the financial year;

             (d)   the income-tax calculated under clause (a) or clause (b) or clause (c) shall, in each case, be reduced by the amount of income-tax which would be deductible 81[or collectible] at source during the said financial year under any provision of this Act from any income (as computed before allowing any deductions admissible under this Act) which has been taken into account in computing the current income or, as the case may be, the total income aforesaid; and the amount of income-tax as so reduced shall be the advance tax payable.]

82[(2) Where the Finance Act of the relevant year provides that, in the case of any class of assessees, net agricultural income (as defined in that Act) shall be taken into account for the purposes of computing advance tax, then, the net agricul-tural income to be taken into account in the case of any assessee falling in that class, shall be—

             (a)   in cases 83[where the Assessing Officer makes an order under sub-section (3) or sub-section (4) of section 210],—

         (i)   if the total income of the latest previous year in respect of which the assessee has been assessed by way of regular assessment forms the basis of computation of advance tax payable by him, the net agricultural income which has been taken into account for the purposes of charging income-tax for the assessment year relevant to that previous year; or

  84[(ii)   if the total income declared by the assessee for the later previous year referred to in sub-section (4) of section 210 forms the basis of computation of advance tax, the net agricultural income as returned by the assessee in the return of income for the assessment year relevant to such later previous year;]

        85[(b)   in cases where the advance tax is paid by the assessee on the basis of his estimate of his current income under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) or sub-section (5) or sub-section (6) of section 210, the net agricultural income, as estimated by him, of the period which would be the previous year for the immediately following assessment year.]

(3) Where the Finance Act of the relevant year specifies any separate rate or rates for the purposes of computing advance tax in the case of every Hindu undivided family which has at least one member whose total income of the previous year exceeds the maximum amount not chargeable to income-tax in his case, then, the 86[Assessing] Officer shall, for making an order under 87[sub-section (3) or sub-section (4) of] section 210 in the case of any such Hindu undivided family, compute (subject to the provisions of section 164) the advance tax at such rate or rates—

             (a)   in a case where the total income of the latest previous year in respect of which the Hindu undivided family has been assessed by way of regular assessment forms the basis of computation of advance tax, if the total income of any member of the family for the assessment year relevant to such latest previous year exceeds the maximum amount not chargeable to income-tax in his case;

             (b)   in a case where the total income of the previous year 88[in respect of which a return of income is furnished by the Hindu undivided family under section 139 or in response to a notice under sub-section (1) of section 142] forms the basis of computation of advance tax, if the total income of any member of the family for the assessment year relevant to such previous year exceeds the maximum amount not chargeable to income-tax in his case.

Section -209A Computation and payment of advance tax by assessee.
89209A. [Omitted by the Direct Tax Laws (Amendment) Act, 1987, w.e.f. 1-4-1988. Original section was inserted by the Finance Act, 1978, w.e.f. 1-6-1978.]



Section -210 as per Indian Income Tax Act.
90[Payment of advance tax by the assessee of his own accord or in pursuance of order of Assessing Officer.

210. (1) Every person who is liable to pay advance tax under section 208 (whether or not he has been previously assessed by way of regular assessment) shall, of his own accord, pay, on or before each of the due dates specified in section 211, the appropriate percentage, specified in that section, of the advance tax on his current income, calculated in the manner laid down in section 209.

(2) A person who pays any instalment or instalments of advance tax under sub-section (1), may increase or reduce the amount of advance tax payable in the remaining instalment or instalments to accord with his estimate of his current income and the advance tax payable thereon, and make payment of the said amount in the remaining instalment or instalments accordingly.

(3) In the case of a person who has been already assessed by way of regular assessment in respect of the total income of any previous year 91[***], the Assessing Officer, if he is of opinion that such person is liable to pay advance tax, may, at any time during the financial year but not later than the last day of February, by order in writing, require such person to pay advance tax calculated in the manner laid down in section 209, and issue to such person a notice of demand under section 156 specifying the instalment or instalments in which such tax is to be paid.
(4) If, after the making of an order by the Assessing Officer under sub-section (3) and at any time before the 1st day of March, a return of income is furnished by the assessee under section 139 or in response to a notice under sub-section (1) of section 142, or a regular assessment of the assessee is made in respect of a previous year later than that referred to in sub-section (3), the Assessing Officer may make an amended order and issue to such assessee a notice of demand under section 156 requiring the assessee to pay, on or before the due date or each of the due dates specified in section 211 falling after the date of the amended order, the appropriate percentage, specified in section 211, of the advance tax computed on the basis of the total income declared in such return or in respect of which the regular assessment aforesaid has been made.

(5) A person who is served with an order of the Assessing Officer under sub-section (3) or an amended order under sub-section (4) may, if in his estimation the advance tax payable on his current income would be less than the amount of the advance tax specified in such order or amended order, send an intimation in the prescribed form92 to the Assessing Officer to that effect and pay such advance tax as accords with his estimate, calculated in the manner laid down in section 209, at the appropriate percentage thereof specified in section 211, on or before the due date or each of the due dates specified in section 211 falling after the date of such intimation.

(6) A person who is served with an order of the Assessing Officer under sub-section (3) or amended order under sub-section (4) shall, if in his estimation the advance tax payable on his current income would exceed the amount of advance tax specified in such order or amended order or intimated by him under sub-section (5), pay on or before the due date of the last instalment specified in section 211, the appropriate part or, as the case may be, the whole of such higher amount of advance tax as accords with his estimate, calculated in the manner laid down in section 209.]

Advance Tax Calculator (Excel Based)

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               As due date for payment of Advance Tax is very much near for Company Case (corporate cases) & Individuals.   Calculate your income Tax and enter only estimated  income tax Amount.  Advance tax alongwith Due Dates will be automatically appear on your screen.  It is easy in use. 

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  • Please Click Here in case non appearing of Advance Tax Calculator.


Installments of Advance Tax and Due Dates under Section 211

Friends,

            In the case of non-company assessees, advance tax has to be paid in three installments.   However, in the case of a company assessee, advance tax is payable in four installments.  The relevant due dates of installments are given below:- 


For Company Assesses
1. On or before the 15th June.
  • Not less than 15% of advance tax liability.
2. On or before the 15th September.
  • Not Less than 15% of advance ta liability, as reduced by the amount, if any, paid to the earlier installment.
3. On or before the 15th December
  • Not less than 75% of advance tax liability, as reduced by the amount(s) if any, paid in the earlier installment(s).
4. On or before the 15th March
  • The whole amount of advance tax liability as reduced by the amount(s) if any, paid to the earlier installment(s).
For Non-Company Assesses
1. On or before the 15th September.
  • Not Less than 30% of advance ta liability;
2. On or before the 15th December
  • Not less than 60% of advance tax liability, as reduced by the amount(s) if any, paid in the earlier installment(s).
3. On or before the 15th March
  • The whole amount of advance tax liability as reduced by the amount(s) if any, paid to the earlier installment(s).
Note :-
  1. Although, last date of payment of whole amount of advance tax is 15th March of the relevant financial year, but any amount paid by way of advance tax on or before the 31st March shall also be treated as Advance Tax paid for that financial year.  The assessee will, however, be liable to pay interest on the late payment. 
  2. If the advance tax is payable on the basis of order/amended order passed by the Assessing Officer which is served after any of the due dates specified above, the appropriate amount or the whole amount of the advance tax, as the case may be, specified in such order, shall be payable on or before each of such of those dates as fall after the date of service of the order. 
  3. After making the payment of 1st/2nd installment of advance tax, the assessee can increase/decrease the amount of remaining installments of advance tax in accordance with his revised estimates of Current Income.  In this case, he will have to pay interest for short-payment of earlier installments. 
  4. If the last day for payment of any installments of advance tax is a day on which receiving bank if closed, the assessee can make the payment on the next immediately following working day, and in such cases, the mandatory interest leviable under sections 234B and 234C would not be charged. [Circular No 676, dated 14 January, 1994].
Detailed Circular : No. 676, dated 14-1-1994.
SECTION 211 l INSTALMENTS OF ADVANCE TAX
1197. Whether, in case last day for payment of any instalment of advance tax is day on which receiving bank is closed, assessee can make payment on next immediately  following working day, and in such cases mandatory interest leviable under sections 234B and 234C would not be charged
1. Representations have been received by the Board seeking waiver of interest chargeable under sections 234B and 234C of the In­come-tax Act, 1961 for default in payment of instalments of ad­vance tax by the due dates which are prescribed under section 211 of the Income-tax Act. In cases where the last date for making payment of such instalments (i.e., 15th September, 15th December and 15th March) happens to be a holiday and the assessee pays the due amount of advance tax on the next working day.
2. The matter has been carefully considered by the Board and it is felt that in such cases section 10 of the General Clauses Act, 1897 will be applicable. This section lays down that where any Act or proceeding is directed or allowed to be done or taken in any Court or office on a certain day or within a prescribed period, then, if the Court or office (in the present case the bank which is authorised to receive payment of advance tax from the assessee) is closed on that day or on the last day of the prescribed period, the Act or proceeding shall be considered as done or taken in due time after it is done or taken on the next day, afterwards, on which the Court or office (or the bank) is open. In view of this provision, it is hereby clarified that if the last day for payment of any instalments of advance tax is a day on which the receiving bank is closed, the assessee can make the payment on the next immediately following working day, and in such cases, the mandatory interest  leviable under sections 234B and 234C of the Income-tax Act, 1961 would not be charged.

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