Daily Archives: July 10, 2012

UE Trade Corporation (India) Ltd v DCIT [ITA No.2303/Del/2011] (Delhi ITAT) Background: The assessee was engaged in trading in agricultural products. During the course of assessment proceedings from the tax audit report in Form No.3CD, the Assessing Officer noted that the tax auditor had quantified the amount of 40,41,233/- disallowable under sec. 40(a)(ia) of the Act. However, in computation of income the assessee had added back only Rs.20,16,778/-. The remaining amount of Rs.20,24,455/- was therefore, disallowed by the Assessing Officer.

No disallowance u/s 40(a)(ia) for short deduction of TDS – Delhi ITAT

Smt Girija Reddy v ITO [IT Appeal No. 297 (Hyd.) of 2012] (Hyderabad ITAT) Background: During the year under consideration, the assessee, a partner in the firm M/s. Montage Manufacturers, retired and her account had been credited by the firm with Rs. 7,95,88,639 being her share of goodwill. The Assessing Officer held that the crediting of the amount of Rs. 7,95,88,639 in lieu of the assessee’s share of goodwill on her retirement also amounting to transfer, and therefore, such receipt is liable for capital gains tax, as her right in the firm is a capital asset and extinguishment thereof amounts to transfer.

Lumpsum consideration received on retirement is chargeable to capital gains – Hyderabad ITAT