FM announces Infrastructure CessEducation Sector Removed from Negative ListThe time-limit for issuance of SCN for non-fraud cases is proposed to increase to 30 MonthsThe Cenvat Credit Rules SimplifiedNew Annual Return to be filed by Service Tax AssesseeSoftware on media bearing MRP is exempted from Service TaxAbatement reduced for Residential PropertyHUF can now pay Service Tax on Quarterly BasisThe right to use the radio-frequency spectrum and subsequent transfers to be declared as a Service.Interest Rates Reduced to 18% when Service Tax is not collected.Excise Duty on Tobacco products except bidis hiked by 10-15%Krishi Kalyan Cess on the taxable services at the rate of 0.5%

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Cenvat Credit: Input Service: Renovation and Modernisation: Service provider provided it as Works Contract Service: Discharged service tax liability a...
Non payment: Revenue Neutral: Cenvat Credit admissible: When the appellant can take credit and utilize it further for the payment of tax, naturally th...
C&F Agent Service: Business Auxiliary Service: Law is well settled that the scope of taxing entry is to be strictly construed and there is no intendme...
Commercial Coaching or Training: Demand: Course Completion Certificate/training offered by such Institutes is recognized by law: Demand set aside....
Interest: Appellant is required to pay the interest on the amount demanded in the show cause notice: Order beyond the show cause notice....
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 Posted on Dec. 05, 2016By: Team STO

 

Cross Border B2C Online Services Taxable

With effect from 01.12.2016 cross border online information and database access or retrieval services provided by a foreign service provider to a person in India will become taxable irrespective of the fact it is for the purpose of business or otherwise........................

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 Posted on Nov. 11, 2016By: Team STO

 

Dawn of GST

The new era of indirect taxation is around the corner. The Migration process has begun for the existing assessee to GST. All existing taxpayers registered under Central Excise, Service Tax, State Sales Tax or VAT (except exclusive liquor dealers if registered under VAT), Entry Tax, Luxury Tax, Entertainment Tax (except levied by the local bodies) are required to be transitioned to GST.......................

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