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CA Kiran Maru  

CA in Practice
19Year 4Month  experience

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT IN PRACTICE. WORKING IN TAXATION MAINLY INDIRECT TAXATION


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1002/B, PARK ROYALE
MULUND WESTMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Pin code - 4000NA

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12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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✔ Business Tax Planning and Management✔ Internal Audit
✔ GST

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Naveen Kumar

2 a year ago

I buy flight ticket for business activity from paytm and pay to paytm from my business account
paytm give me gst invoice but airline also give me gst invoice so which invoice i add in my books

CA Kiran Maru     8 Oct 2021

Dear Naveen,
Just check the PAYTM Invoice as they must have charged GST only on their portion of Commission and Airlines on the Ticket Value. You need to add accordingly both invoices in your books of accounts

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Manish Kumar Mishra

2 a year ago

I have ITC credit on my recent purchase from flipkart can transfer to my current account.

CA Rahul Dwivedi     4 Oct 2021

Not possible
For further assistance you can reach me on ca.rahuldwivedi@gmail.com or 9004485377

CA Kiran Maru     8 Oct 2021

For claiming ITC credit, first of all it must be related to your business, secondly your GST number should be with flipkart and they must have shown your purchases in their GST ledger as Sales. Only then you can claim ITC otherwise even if you have claimed and utilised wrong ITC then there will be interest on that portion of ITC wrongly availed along with the ITC amount being disallowed.

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Sanchay

2 a year ago

I haven't disclosed some investment in my itr for fy 2019-20.
Can I revise my return?
If no then what is the remedy?

CA Rahul Dwivedi     4 Oct 2021

Dear Sanchay, Now it is not possible to revise ITR for the FY 2019-20.
Firstly, we need to understand what is missed out & its implication then will be able to guide you properly.
For further assistance you can reach me on ca.rahuldwivedi@gmail.com or 9004485377

CA Kiran Maru     8 Oct 2021

Dear Sanchay, Not possible to revise the ITR for FY 2019-20. However, if the quantum of undisclosed income is affecting your tax liability then once the order under 143 (1)(a) is received by you, then you can revise the return under section 154.

CA Naman Maloo     10 Oct 2021

Now one cannot revise return for FY 2019-20.
You can book consultation with tax experts at: https://www.taxontips.com/tax-notice-personal-consultation/

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Tushar Gaur

2 a year ago

Hello
I have switched my company in August 2021
The income I earned for period April 2021 to July 2021 from my previous employer was 250000
Though I left my previous employer by breaking a bond for which now I have to pay 200000 to them
Now, for my current employer, I was entering my tax declarations and want to enter the "Income from previous employer" section
So should I input whole 250000 or can I just input 50000?

Thanks
Tushar Gaur

CA Rahul Dwivedi     8 Oct 2021

Dear Tushar,
You should input the entire 2.50 Lcas
For further assistance you can reach me at ca.rahuldwivedi@gmail.com or 9004485377

CA Kiran Maru     8 Oct 2021

Dear Tushar,
Normally the new employer makes payment on behalf of the employee for breaking the bond. But If in your case, payment is made by you then you will have to prove to the Income tax that only Rs. 50000/- is your income. Going by the Law it should not be a problem to show Rs. 50,000 as taxable income from previous employer.

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Paridhi

2 a year ago

I was an nri recently returned to india permanently..I have an nri account and plan to buy a 2 bhk flat from the money in nri account..is it ok that I can pay the party with nri account money

CA Kiran Maru     8 Oct 2021

Hello, NRI returning to India permanently can buy a house from his NRI account.

CA Naman Maloo     10 Oct 2021

Yes you can easily buy flat not an issue.
Just remember about FEMA rules where a NRI needs to close his nre account after some time when they return in India.
To book consultation with tax experts: https://www.taxontips.com/tax-notice-personal-consultation/

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