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Subject :Income Tax Rules by Bharat's Book
Author/Publication :Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd.
Commonly Used by:

Chartered Accounts,Company Secretary,Tax Practitioners,Advocates

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DIVISION ONE

INCOME TAX & ALLIED RULES

1.            The Income-tax Rules, 1962        

                Chronological list of amendments           

2.            The Income-tax Rules, 1962        

                Text of Rules and Forms

                Subject Index   

                ANNEXURE 1: Income Computation and Disclosure Standards     

                A.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard I relating to accounting policies    

                B.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard II relating to valuation of inventories         

                C.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard III relating to construction contracts           

                D.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard IV relating to revenue recognition

                E.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard V relating to tangible fixed assets

                F.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard VI relating to the effects of changes in foreign exchange rates     

                G.           Income Computation and Disclosure Standard VII relating to government grants

                H.            Income Computation and Disclosure Standard VIII relating to securities  

                I.             Income Computation and Disclosure Standard IX relating to borrowing costs        

                J.             Income Computation and Disclosure Standard X relating to provisions, contingent liabilities and contingent assets            

                Circular No. 10/2017, dated 23-3-2017: Clarifications on Income Computation and Disclosure Standards (ICDS) notified under section 145(2) of the Income-tax Act, 1961             

3.            The Income-tax (Certificate Proceedings) Rules, 1962      

                Text of Rules and Forms

                Chronological list of amendments           

                Subject Index   

4.            The Income-tax (Appellate Tribunal) Rules, 1963

                Text of Rules and Forms

                Chronological list of amendments           

                CBDT Instruction: Revision of monetary limits for filing of appeals by the department before Income-tax Appellate Tribunal, High Courts and Supreme Court — Measures for reducing litigation — Regarding        

                Instructions regarding e-payment of ITAT fees   

                Subject Index   

5.            Income-tax (Dispute Resolution Panel) Rules, 2009           

                Text of the Rules             

6.            The Income-tax Settlement Commission (Procedure) Rules, 1997               

                Text of the Rules             

7.            The Authority for Advance Rulings (Procedure) Rules, 1996          

                Text of the Rules             

8.            Securities Transaction Tax Rules, 2004    

                Text of the Rules             

9.            Commodities Transaction Tax Rules, 2013             

                Text of the Rules             

10.          Equalisation Levy Rules, 2016     

                Text of the Rules             

11.          Prohibition of Benami Property Transaction Rules, 2016 

                Text of the Rules             

12.          Direct Tax Vivad se Vishwas Rules, 2020 

                Text of the Rules             

DIVISION TWO

RELEVANT SCHEMES

13.          Reverse Mortgage Scheme, 2008             

                [For purposes of section 47(xvi)]              

                Text and Forms of the Scheme  

14.          Capital Gains Accounts Scheme, 1988     

                [For purposes of sections 54(2), 54B(2), 54D(2), 54F(4) and 54G(2)]          

                Text and Forms of the Scheme  

                Notification: Banks authorised to receive deposits under the scheme      

15.          Bank Term Deposit Scheme, 2006            

                [For purposes of section 80C(2)(xxi)]      

                Text and Forms of the Scheme  

16.          National Pension Scheme Tier II – Tax Saver Scheme, 2020            

                Text of the Scheme        

17.          Centralised Verification Scheme, 2019    

                Text of the Scheme        

18.          Centralised Processing of Returns Scheme, 2011

                [For purposes of section 143(1A)]            

                Text of the Scheme        

19.          Faceless Assessment Scheme, 2019         

                (1) Faceless Assessment Scheme, 2019 u/s 143(3A)          

                (2) Directions under section 143(3B) for Faceless Assessment Scheme, 2019         

                (3) Conduct of assessment proceedings through "E-Proceeding" facility during financial year 2019-20 — regarding: Circular No. 27 of 2019, dated September 26, 2019     

                (4) Income-tax Authority of Regional e-Assessment Centres         

                (5) Income-tax Authorities of NaFC to exercise powers and functions of Assessing Officer

                (6) Income-tax Authorities of Regional Faceless Assessment Centres to Exercise powers and functions of Assessing Officers           

                (7) Authorising (ReFAC)(VU) to exercise certain powers 

20.          Tax Return Preparer Scheme, 2006          

                Text of the Scheme        

21.          Faceless Appeal Scheme, 2021   

                (1)          Faceless Appeal Scheme, 2021 under section 250(6B) and (6C)   

                (2)          Authorised Income-tax Authorities to conduct e-appeal proceedings       

22.          Faceless Penalty Scheme, 2021  

                (1) Faceless Penalty Scheme, 2021           

                (2) Directions under section 274(2B) for Faceless Penalty Scheme, 2021  

23.          E-advance Rulings Scheme, 2022              

 

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Author/Publication :

Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd.

Edition :

31th edn., 2022

Date of Publication :2022
ISBN :

9789393749444

Pages :

1488 Pages


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