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CBDT’s three pronged approach to profit attribution – Clarity or Confusion – Rakesh Nangia

Recently, CBDT issued a public consultation report on attribution of profits to Permanent Establishments (“PEs”) which inter-alia discusses various approaches for attribution of profits to PE.

Rakesh Nangia, Managing Partner and Amit Agarwal, Partner with inputs from Anchal Kapoor, Director contributed an piece on CBDT’s three pronged approach to profit attribution – Clarity or Confusion for Corporate Professionals today magazine- Taxmann.

CBDT’s three pronged approach to profit attribution Mr Nangia_CPT magazine_21 may, 2019

SEZ Policies in India – Going from Glamorous to Clamorous – Rakesh Nangia

The income-tax department on Monday said it will undertake expeditious disposal of appeal cases, and look into taxpayer concerns of adjustment of past tax demands with due refunds during the fortnight beginning May 16.

Rakesh Nangia, Managing Partner and Sandeep Jhunjhunwala, Director with inputs from Sonam Agarwalla, Manager contributed an article on SEZ Policies in India – Going from Glamorous to Clamorous for Taxsutra.

SEZ Policies in India - Going from Glamorous to Clamorous

Income Tax officers to fast track disposal of appeal cases – Rakesh Nangia

The income-tax department on Monday said it will undertake expeditious disposal of appeal cases, and look into taxpayer concerns of adjustment of past tax demands with due refunds during the fortnight beginning May 16.

Rakesh Nangia, Managing Partner shares his views on aforementioned story for following publications:

Financial Express
PTI

(PTI news has been picked up by 30 other news publications including Economic Times, Business Standard, Business Today, Livemint etc.)
Income Tax officers to fast track disposal of appeal cases

I-T Dept., GSTN to sign MoU for sharing data to prevent anomalies- Rakesh Nangia

The government on Tuesday authorized the income tax department to share details including sales and profits that businesses have reported in their income tax returns with GSTN, the company that processes Goods and Services Tax (GST) returns, to scale up scrutiny and check tax evasion.
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