Central Government relaxes integrated tax leviable on goods useful against Covid 19

The Central Government through circular dated 14th June, 2021 has relaxed the integrated tax leviable on goods useful against Covid 19 by fixing the maximum rate of tax to be levied on the same.

The Ministry of Finance to launch the new income tax portal for e-filing from 7th June 2021.

The new portal will simplify all services, making it highly user-friendly for all users. All interactions and uploads or pending actions will be displayed on a single dashboard for follow-up action by taxpayer;

Central government provides the procedure for import clearance of goods for free distribution for COVID relief

Central government provides the procedure for import clearance of goods for free distribution for COVID relief. Before clearance of the said goods, the importer shall submit to the Deputy or the Assistant Commissioner of Customs, …

CBIC extends the validity of AEO certificate

The validity of AEO certificate is extended till June 30, 2021. The validity of AEO certificate is extended for ease of renewal process.

CBIC issues GST relief measures to relax the burden of pandemic outbreak and resultant lockdown

Where, any time limit for completion or compliance of any action, by any authority or by any person, completion of any proceeding or filing of any appeal etc. which falls during the period from 15-04-2021 …

The Income-tax (16th Amendment) Rules, 2021.

As per the Amendment a new rule 11UAE has been inserted which provides two formulae for calculation of fair market value of the capital asset.

Ministry of Finance to launch its new e-filing portal on 7th June 2021.

the taxpayers are advised to complete all their urgent tasks involving any submission, upload or downloads before 1st June 2021 to avoid any difficulty during the blackout period.

CBDT extends the time limit of certain compliances to provide relief to taxpayers in view of the severe pandemic.

The due date of furnishing of Return of Income for the Assessment Year 2021-22, which is 30th November 2021 is extended to 31″t December 2021.

CBIC notifies Central Goods and Services Tax (Fourth Amendment) Rules, 2021.

The Amendment is brought under Rule 23 which deals with revocation of cancellation of registration.

CBDT eases Income Tax norms for cash received by hospitals providing covid treatment.

The provision of section 269ST, states that no person shall receive an amount of Rs. 2 Lakhs from a person in a day; or in respect of transactions relating to one event or occasion from …

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