The Central Board of Direct Taxes has re-notified prevailing 1% tolerance range for wholesale trading and the 3% range for all other transactions during financial year ending 31 March 2020, for transfer pricing cases for multinationals.
There has been a sharp sell-off in the equity market since the Budget presentation, with the Nifty declining 7 per cent. It is believed that foreign portfolio outflows from the equity market — triggered by the Budget announcement of a hike in the surcharge on income-tax — is behind the sell-off. Amit Agarwal, Partner with inputs from Manasvi Gupta and Mansi Jain contributed an article on Brewing of Controversy – Revision of Tax Returns under Amalgamation / Demerger for Taxsutra.
Relying on the Supreme Court’s verdict in the Vodafone case related to transfer pricing adjustment (TPA), the Bombay High Court upheld the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) ruling that had struck down the adjustments made by the taxman on an Indian company for buying shares in a fully-owned Dubai-based subsidiary on its capital account. Amit Agarwal, Partner shares his views on aforementioned story for Financial Express- Standalone story.