assessee


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a person (or property) that is assessed

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An assessee can be denied interest if the delay is attributable to him; otherwise the tax department is statutorily bound to pay interest.
Surprisingly no advance tax installment was paid by the said assessee in June, 2013.
The details will add to the taxman's knowledge about a particular assessee, a senior I- T officer said.
Even though several exemptions would be removed, the new tax code will not push up the tax outgo of the average assessee.
Clause (13)(1)(28)(III)(iv)seeks to except certain clauses of assessee from the application of provisions of minimum tax without any refunds and to provide immunity in respect of years prior to assessment year 1996-97 from probe to persons registered under Sales Tax Act on account of alleged suppression or non-declaration of sales detected on the basis of their sales tax returns.
The person liable to deduct tax at source would be treated as an assessee in default only if the tax payer who is liable to pay the tax on his income has not paid the tax directly.
The exemption will be allowed only if the assessee has received a certificate of tax deduction in Form 16 from the employer.
A house property located outside India was acquired by an assessee in the previous year 2009- 10 for ` 50 lakh.
Profits and gains derived by an assessee from the following industrial undertakings, set up between 1st July 1988 and 30th June 1993, are exempted from income tax for a period of four years:
5 crore for assessment years 2008- 09 and 2009- 10 respectively ; The claim deduction was allowed without the confirmation of approved expenditure ; It resulted in under- assessment of income to the same extent involving tax effect of ` 228 crore and ` 193 crore for the two assessment years respectively ; In case of Piramal, the assessee claimed and the I- T department allowed R& D expenditure of ` 344.
The Chakwal Group is among the leading tax payers in the country and its directors the highest wealth-tax assessee Central Board of Revenue records.
The date of opening of foreign account would be mandatorily required to be specified by the assessee in the return of income.
An assessee can suffer a loss in a given year under any head of income assessable to tax under "Income Tax Ordinance, 1979 and he should be allowed to carry forward his losses under any or all head of income.
Look, as appellate commissioner it's your duty to be fair to the assessee.
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