Return of income PAN is not required when Income is not chargeable
The Supreme Court in GE India Technology Centre Pvt. Ltd. [327 ITR 456] has held as under: “The most important expression in section 195(1) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 dealing with deduction of tax at source consists of the words “chargeable under the provisions of the Act”. A person paying interest on any other sum to a non-resident is not liable to deduct tax if such sum is not chargeable to tax under the Act. Section 195 contemplates not merely amounts, the whole of which are pure income payments; it also covers composite payments which have an element of income imbedded or incorporated in them. The obligation to deduct tax at source is, however, limited to appropriate proportion of income chargeable under the Act forming part of the gross sum of money payable to the non-resident. It is for this reason that the CBDT has clarified in Circular No. 728 dated October 31,1995, that the tax deductor can take into consideration the effect of the DTAA in respect of payments of royalties and technical fees while deducting tax at source. The expression “chargeable under the provisions of the Act” in section 195(1) shows that the remittance has got to be a trading receipt, the whole or part of which is liable to tax in India. If tax is not so assessable, there is no question of tax at source being deducted”. Thus, it is clear that if income is not chargeable to tax in India in the hands of payee, then, no tax is required to be deducted. Therefore, payee need not obtain PAN under section 206AA of the Act. The aforesaid view gets support from the judgment of Karnataka High Court in Smt. A. Kowsalya Bai & Others [346 ITR 156]. Wherein, it has been held that it is not necessary for such persons whose income is below the taxable limit to obtain permanent account number. Section 139A and section 206AA are made inapplicable to such persons.
Return- Form – Amount deposited in bank
ITR, details of all bank accounts held in India at any time during the previous year (excluding dormant accounts) are to be given, wherein details in respect of cash deposited during November 9, 2016 to December 31, 2016 of aggregate cash deposits during the period Rs. 2/- lakh or more is required to be given.
Return of income – Details of foreign bank account in case of non-resident u/s. 139(1)
Any non-resident having income chargeable to tax claiming refund and not having his bank account in India may at his option furnish the details of one foreign bank account, so that, the Department may credit his refund in that account. Therefore, column of 14(c) in Form No. 2 provides that “non-residents, who are claiming income tax refund and not having bank account in India may, at their option furnish the details of one foreign bank account”.
Whether Amount Appropriated Towards The Residential House But Not Deposited In Capital Gain Account Scheme Be Entitled For Benefit Of Section 54?
From the facts, it is clear that ‘A’ is constructing a residential house for which he must have taken estimate from the architect /developer for construction of residential house. Now, if he keeps balance of Rs. 70 lakhs in separate bank account or
Whether Employee’s Contribution, If Paid Before Due Date Of Filing ROI Is Disallowable?
Section 43B reads as under: “Notwithstanding anything contained in any other provision of this Act, a deduction otherwise allowable under the Act in respect of – (b) Any sum payable by the assessee as an employer by way of contribution
Can Disallowance U/s. 40a(ia) Be Made, When Amount Was Paid In Advance And Adjusted At The Year End?
Section 40(a)(ia) reads as under: “any interest, commission or brokerage rent, royalty, fees for professional services or fees for technical services payable to a resident, or amounts payable to a contractor or sub contractor,