26 December 2010

RBI Circular on Housing Loans

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RBI/BANKING MATTER

CIRCULAR/PRESS NOTE

Banking : Housing Loans by Commercial Banks – LTV Ratio, Risk Weight and Provisioning

CIRCULAR NO. DBOD.NO.BP.BC. 69 /08.12.001/2010-11, DATED 23-12-2010

Please refer to paragraphs 104 to 106 of the Second Quarter Review of Monetary Policy 2010-11 (extracts enclosed), proposing certain measures in regard to housing loans by commercial banks. Accordingly, banks are advised as under:

1. Loan to Value (LTV) Ratio

At present, there is no regulatory ceiling on the LTV ratio in respect of banks' housing loan exposures. In order to prevent excessive leveraging, the LTV ratio in respect of housing loans hereafter should not exceed 80 per cent. However, for small value housing loans, i.e. housing loans up to Rs. 20 lakh (which get categorised as priority sector advances), it has been decided that the LTV ratio should not exceed 90 per cent.

2. Risk Weight

In terms of circular DBOD.No.BP.BC.83/21.06.001/2007-08 dated May 14, 2008 the risk weights on residential housing loans with LTV ratio up to 75 per cent are 50 per cent for loans up to Rs. 30 lakh and 75 per cent for loans above that amount. In case the LTV ratio is more than 75 per cent, the risk weight of all housing loans, irrespective of the amount of loan, is 100 per cent. Henceforth, the risk weight for residential housing loans of Rs. 75 lakh and above, irrespective of the LTV ratio, will be 125 per cent to prevent excessive speculation in the high value housing segment.

3. Provisioning

It has been observed that some banks are following the practice of sanctioning housing loans at teaser rates i.e. at comparatively lower rates of interest in the first few years, after which rates are reset at higher rates. This practice raises concern as some borrowers may find it difficult to service the loans once the normal interest rate, which is higher than the rate applicable in the initial years, becomes effective. It has been also observed that many banks at the time of initial loan appraisal, do not take into account the repaying capacity of the borrower at normal lending rates. Therefore, in view of the higher risk associated with such loans, the standard asset provisioning on the outstanding amount has been increased from 0.40 per cent to 2.00 per cent with immediate effect. The provisioning on these assets would revert to 0.40 per cent after 1 year from the date on which the rates are reset at higher rates if the accounts remain 'standard'.

Housing Loans by Commercial Banks

Loan to Value Ratio in Housing Loans

104. At present, there is no regulatory ceiling on the loan to value (LTV) ratio in respect of banks' housing loan exposures. In order to prevent excessive leveraging, it is proposed:

l that the LTV ratio in respect of housing loans hereafter should not exceed 80 per cent.

Risk Weights on Residential Housing Loans

105. At present, the risk weights on residential housing loans with LTV ratio up to 75 per cent are 50 per cent for loans up to Rs. 30 lakh and 75 per cent for loans above that amount. In case the LTV ratio is more than 75 per cent, the risk weight of all housing loans, irrespective of the amount of loan, is 100 per cent. Accordingly, it is proposed:

l to increase the risk weight for residential housing loans of Rs. 75 lakh and above, irrespective of the LTV ratio, to 125 per cent.

Teaser Rates for Housing Loans

106. It has been observed that some banks are following the practice of sanctioning housing loans at 'teaser rates', wherein the loans are offered at a comparatively lower rate of interest in the first few years, after which rates are reset at higher rates. This practice raises concern as some borrowers may find it difficult to service the loans once the normal interest rate, which is higher than the rate applicable in the initial years, becomes effective. It has been observed that many banks at the time of initial loan appraisal do not take into account the repaying capacity of the borrower at normal lending rates. In view of the higher risk associated with such loans, it is proposed:

l to increase the standard asset provisioning by commercial banks for all such loans to 2 per cent.



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25 December 2010

Decisions of the Council of the Institute regarding CPE

For information of the members
This is for information of all the members that the Council of the Institute has decided as follows:


1.   An online e-learning module would be developed and implemented by ICAI for the all the members shortly. Under the cited e-learning module, the members would be required to answer on-line such number of questions as may be decided by the Council. On successful completion of the prescribed e-learning module, a credit of 3 CPE hours would be granted to the members under structured learning instead of the present category of Unstructured learning


2.   A list of members who have completed the prescribed requirement of CPE hours for the block of 3 years (2008-10) may be hosted on the website of the Institute. The members are requested to verify whether the correct CPE hours have been clocked against their respective names and if there are any variation, kindly inform the CPE Secretariat with supporting evidence for making appropriate correction at their end , if necessary.


3.   It may be noted that the Council at its next meeting scheduled in the middle of January, 2011 would deliberate on dealing with the cases of non-compliance with CPE specified requirements in respect of period 2008-10.


Secretary
Continuing Professional Education Committee


(forwarded by Ramchandran)

 
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15 December 2010

Income Tax Refunds -CPC

CPC commences issue of refunds for AY 2010-11 returns.
Centralized Processing Center (CPC), Bangalore has begun processing of returns for AY 2010-11. Till 10/12/2010 it has processed over 15 lakh e-filed returns of AY 2010-11 in ITRs 1, 2, 3, 4 and issued refunds in over 1.6 lakh cases. These returns were filed during this year from April to October 2010. Marking the advent of Income Tax department in digital era, all intimation orders are being sent by e-mail to taxpayers as a digitally signed password protected PDF document. SMS alerts (where mobile number is provided) to taxpayers on completion of processing and determination of refunds has been introduced for ITRs of AY 2010-11.

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14 December 2010

Processing of IT Returns-CBDT Instructions


INSTRUCTION

INCOME TAX ACT

Section 143 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 - Assessment - General - Clarification regarding processing of ITR-1 and ITR-2 returns - Credit for tax deducted at source for A.Y. 2009-10

INSTRUCTION NO. 9/2010 [F. NO. 225/25/2010/IT (A-II)], DATED 9-12-2010

1. Reference may be made to Board's Instruction No. 7, dated 16-8-2010 in which it has been stated, inter alia, that in cases where the return is filed in ITR-1 and ITR-2 for the A.Y. 2009-10, and where the TDS claim does not exceed Rs. three lakh and where the refund computed does not exceed Rs. Twenty five thousand, the TDS claim of the taxpayer shall be accepted at the time of processing of the returns provided the TDS payment reported in AS-26 is more than Rs. zero.

 

2. Board has reconsidered the above instruction and it has been decided to increase the limit of TDS claim from Rs. three lakh to Rs. four lakh as was applicable for the A.Y. 2008-09. It is further clarified that if the limit of Rs. four lakh, or Rs.25,000 is exceeded in case of a return filed in ITR-1 and ITR-2 or there is nil matching with AS-26 statement, the credit should be allowed by the Assessing Officer after make 'due verification'. This verification may be done in the same manner as was being done in the earlier years.

 

3. This may be brought to the notice of all the Assessing Officers in your region for immediate compliance.

 


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11 December 2010

e-Rectification u/s 154

Department introduces new facility for online submission of rectification request in cases where processing was completed by CPC Bangalore. Please review the guide for common errors to first rectify the return submitted and generate the rectification xml using excel utility (same utility is to be used). Taxpayer can log in My Account-> Rectification-> Rectification upload and follow

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07 December 2010

Exist Scheme Re-launched

Dear all,
 
Ministry of Corporate Affairs has decided to introduce a Scheme namely, "Easy Exit Scheme, 2011" under Section 560 of the Companies Act, 1956 to give an opportunity to the defunct companies, for getting their names struck off from the Register of Companies again.

The scheme will be in operation from 1st January, 2011 to 31st January, 2011 with filing fees of Rs. 3000/-.


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Nellore-524 003
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26 November 2010

DIN Amendment

Companies Act

Rules/Amendment Rules

Companies (Director Identification Number) Rules, 2006 (Amend­ment) 2010 - Amendment in Forms DIN-1 and DIN-3

NOTIFICATION NO. GSR 849(E), DATED 15-10-2010

In exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (a) and (b) of sub-section (1) of section 642 read with sections 266A, 266B and 266E of the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956) the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Companies (Director Identification Number) Rules 2006, namely :—

1. (1) These rules may be called the Companies (Director Identi­fication Number) Rules 2006, (Amendment), 2010.

(2) These rules shall come into force on the 5th day of December, 2010.

2. In the Companies (Director Identification Number) Rules 2006 :

   (i)  in Form DIN-1, in the declaration, at the bottom of serial number 14, the following declarations shall be inserted namely :—

"I also confirm that I am not restrained/disqualified/removed of, for being appointed as Director of a company under the provisions of the Companies Act. 1956 including sections 203, 274 and 388E of the said Act.

I further confirm that I have not been declared as proclaimed offender by any Economic Offence Court or Judicial Magistrate Court or High Court or any other Court."

  (ii)  in Form DIN-3, under Verification, the following Veri­fications shall be added namely :—

"It is hereby confirmed that the appointed Director(s) whose particulars are given above, has given declaration to the company that he/she is not restrained/disqualified/removed of, for being appointed as Director of a company under the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 including sections 203, 274 and 388E of the said Act.

It is also confirmed that the appointed Director(s) whose partic­ulars are given above. has given a declaration to the company that he/she has not been declared as proclaimed offender by any Economic Offence Court or Judicial Magistrate Court or High Court or any other Court."



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Magunta Layout,
Nellore-524 003
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22 November 2010

CBDT on Stay of Demand

CBDT's clarification on instructions on Stay of Demand

Letter [F.No. 404/10/2009-ITCC], dated 1-12-2009

Many queries have been received regarding the applicability of Instruction number 95 dated 21.8.1969 vis-à-vis Instruction number 1914 dated 2.12.1993. Many assesses are taking the plea that Instruction No. 1914 does not supercede Instruction No. 95 dated 21.8.1969.

2. Instruction No. 95 dated 22.8.1969 was an assurance given by the then Deputy Prime Minister during the 8th Meeting of the Informal Consultative Committee held on 13th May, 1969. The observations made by the Deputy Prime Minister were as under:-

"Where the income determined on assessment was substantially higher than the returned income, say twice the latter amount or more, the collection of the tax in dispute should be held in abeyance till the decision on the appeal provided there were no lapses on the part of the assesses."

The above observations were circulated to the field officers by the Board as Instruction number 95 dated 21.8.1969.

2. The matter has been considered by the Board and the decision of the Board has been approved by the Finance Minister. It is hereby clarified that subsequent to Instruction No. 95 following Instructions/clarifications on the stay of demand were issued till 15th October 1980:-

(i)Clarification to Instruction number 95 was issued on 14/09/1970 stating that it relates to disputed demands only.

(ii) Instruction number 635 was issued on 12/11/1973 stating that stay should be granted only in those cases where demands are attributable to substantial points of dispute.

(iii)Clarification to Instruction number 95 dated 13/07/1976 held that the Instruction becomes operative only in cases where there are no lapses on the part of the assessee.

(iv)Instruction number 1067 dated 21/06/1977 held that the ITO can pass the necessary orders u/s 220 (6) in all cases except cases under section 144A or 144B where the approval of IAC is required.

(v) Instruction number 1158 dated 27th March 1978 held that in suitable cases the assessee may be allowed to furnish security.

(vi) Instruction number 1282 dated 4th October 1979 held that requests should be made to CIT(A) and ITAT for early disposal of appeals and constant watch should be kept on progress of appeals.

(v) Instruction number 1362 was issued on 15/10/1980 in supersession of all the earlier Instructions. It was an Instruction covering the issue in detail and in para 4 of the same there was a clear reference to the proposition laid down in Instruction number 95 which is as follows:-

In exercising this discretion, the Income-tax Officer should take into account factors such as: whether the points in dispute relate to facts; whether they arise from different interpretations of law; whether the additions have been made as a result of detailed investigation; whether the additions are based on materials gathered through enquiry/survey/search and seizure operations; whether the disputed addition to income has been assessed elsewhere by way of protective assessment and the tax thereon has been paid by such person etc. The magnitude of addition to income returned cannot be the sole determinant in this regard. Each disputed addition will need to be considered to arrive at the quantum of tax that may need to be stayed.

3. It is clear that the substance of the assurance as laid down in Instruction number 95 dated 21.8.1969 was submerged in the Instruction number 1362 dated 15/10/1980 which was issued in supersession of all earlier Instructions on the subject. Instruction No. 1914 dated 2.12.1993 was issued subsequently in super-session of all the earlier Instructions on the subject and the said Instruction also covers unreasonably high pitched assessment order and genuine hardship cases.

4. It is therefore clarified that there is no separate existence of the Instruction number 95 dated 21.8.1969. Instruction number 95 and all subsequent Instructions on the issue ceased to exist from the date Instruction No. 1362 came into operation. In turn Instruction number 1362 and all subsequent Instructions on the issue also ceased to exist the day Instruction number 1914 came into operation i.e. 2/12/1993.The Instruction number 1914 holds the field currently and a copy of Instruction number 1914 is enclosed for reference.

Source:Taxmann

14 November 2010

ROC Additiona Fee Hiked- Comparision

Additional Fees Payable to Registrar of Companies (ROC)

Period of Delay

Additional Fee Upto 04/12/2010

Additonal Fee from 05/12/2010

Upto 30 days

One (1) time of normal filing fee

Two (2) Times of normal filing fee

More than 30 days and upto 60 days

Two (2) Times of normal filing fee

Four (4) Times of normal filing fee

More than 60 days and upto 90 days

Two (2) Times of normal filing fee

Six (6) Times of normal filing fee

More than 90 days and upto 180 days

Four (4) Times of normal filing fee

Nine (9) Times of normal filing fee

More than 180 days and upto 360 days (1 year)

Six (6) Times of normal filing fee

Nine (9) Times of normal filing fee

More than 1 year and upto 2 years

Eight (8) Times of normal filing fee

Nine (9) Times of normal filing fee

More than 2 years

Nine (9) Times of normal filing fee

Nine (9) Times of normal filing fee

ROC Additional Fees Increased wef 05/12/2010

Dear Corporates,

It has been decided to revise the additional fees payable as per Section 611(2) of the

Companies Act, 1956 (except for Form 5) as per below details with effect from 5th December

2010 :-

Period of Delay Fixed rate of additional fee

Upto 30 days Two times of normal filing fee

More than 30 days and upto 60 days Four times of normal filing fee

More than 60 days and upto 90 days Six times of normal filing fee

More than 90 days Nine times of normal filing fee

In order to avoid payment of additional fees, please file within stipulated time.

03 November 2010

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IndianCAs: Bank Branch Auditors' Panel for the year 2010-11

 

Here is the link for
The Bank Branch Auditors' Panel for the year 2010-11, prepared thereof is hosted at the following link, for your ready reference.
 

Dear Sir/Madam,

This has reference to your application for the multipurpose panel for the year 2010-11. The Bank Branch Auditors' Panel for the year 2010-11, prepared thereof is hosted at the following link, for your ready reference.

  1. Application No MEF00001 to MEF10000
  2. Application No MEF10001 to MEF20000
  3. Application No MEF20001 to MEF30000
  4. Application No MEF30001 onwards.

Thanking You,

 

Yours faithfully,   
 
Secretary    
Professional Development Committee   

Dear Sir/Madam,

This has reference to your application for the multipurpose panel for the year 2010-11. The Bank Branch Auditors' Panel for the year 2010-11, prepared thereof is hosted at the following link, for your ready reference.

  1. Application No MEF00001 to MEF10000
  2. Application No MEF10001 to MEF20000
  3. Application No MEF20001 to MEF30000
  4. Application No MEF30001 onwards.

Thanking You,

 

Yours faithfully,   
 
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01 November 2010

Amendment to Form NO.1

COMPANIES ACT

RULES/AMENDMENT RULES

 

Companies (Central Government's) General Rules and Forms (Third Amendment), 2010 - Amendment in Annexure 'A'

 

 

Notification No. G.S.R. 848(E), dated 15-10-2010 issued by Ministry of Corporate Affairs

 

 

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 642 read with section 61OB of the Companies Act, 1956, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Companies (Central Government's) General Rules and Forms, 1956, namely:—

1.       (1) These rules may be called the Companies (Central Government's) General Rules and Forms (Third Amendment), 2010.

(2) These rules shall come into force on the 5th day of December, 2010.

2.       In the Companies (Central Government's) General Rules and Forms; 1956, in Annexurer 'A',—

(i) in Form No. 1,—

(a) in serial number 8, under the heading, Particulars of Promoters (first subscribers to the MOA), at the bottom after the entry Name of the company, the following shall be inserted, namely:—

"Whether the subscriber has been convicted by any court for any offence involving moral turpitude or economic or criminal offences or for any offences in connection with the promotion, formation or management of a company Yes No If yes, provide details."

(b) in Declaration, after serial number (vi), the following Declarations as serial numbers (vii and viii) shall be inserted, namely:—

"(vii) That the subscribers have given declaration of details of his/her conviction by any court for any offences involving moral turpitude or economic or criminal offence or for any offences in connection with the promotion, formation or management of a company;

(viii) That the subscribers have given declaration that he/she has not been declared as proclaimed offender by any Economic Offence Court or Judicial Magistrate Court or High Court or any other Court."

(ii) In Form No. 32, —

(a) in Verification I, after serial number 3, the following Verification as serial number 4, shall be inserted namely:—

"4. It is also confirmed that the appointed director (s) whose particulars are given above, has given a declaration to the company that he/she has not been declared as proclaimed offender by any Economic Offence Court or Judicial Magistrate Court or High Court or any other Court."

 



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Central Avenue, MSR Nagar,
Magunta Layout,
Nellore-524 003
Andhra Pradesh
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ICAI Recommended Scale of Fees for various kind of assignment

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM SCALE OF FEES FOR VARIOUS KIND OF ASSIGNMENTS

 

 

I) DEEDS/ AGREEMENTS

Rate

 

 

(a)  i) Partnership Deed  

Rs.6,000/- & Above

 

 

       ii) Partnership Deed 

 

      (With consultation & Tax Planning)

Rs.10,000/- & Above

 

 

(b)  Filing of Form with ROF

Rs. 2,500/- Per Form

       

 

 

 

(c)  Supplementary Partnership Deed

Rs. 2,500/- & Above

 

 

(d) Modification in the Deed  

Rs. 2,500/- & Above

 

 

(e) Leave & Licence Agreement 

 

      i) Drafting

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

     ii) Registration& Modification

Rs. 2,500/- & Above

(f) Gift Deed:

 

    i)  for Movable Properties

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

    ii) for Immovable Properties

Rs. 15,000/- & Above

 

 

(g) Trust Declaration Deed  

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

 

 

(h) Drafting of Will:

English

     i)  Simple

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

     ii) With Trust Planning

Rs. 15,000/- & Above

 

 

(i) Agreement to Sell  

 

    i)  Agreement to Sell, Society formalities & related Documents

Rs. 20,000/- & Above

    ii) Only Agreement to Sell

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

 

 

(j) Documentation

 

     i)  Power of Attorney: Specific

Rs.7,500/- & Above

     ii)  Power of Attorney: General

Rs.7,500/- & Above

     iii) Indemnity Bond- Affidavit

Rs.5,000/- & Above

     iv) HUF- Partition Deed

Rs.10,000/- & Above

 

 

 

 

 

 

II) INCOME TAX WORKS

 

 

 

A. Filing of Return of Income

 

I) For Individuals / HUFs etc.

 

 

 

(a) Filing of Return of Income 

 

      With Salary/Other Sources/Share of Profit.

Rs. 3,000/- & Above

 

 

(b) Filing of Return of Income      

 

       With detailed Capital Gain working

 

       i)  Less than 10 Transactions

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

       ii) More than 10 Transactions

Rs. 8,000/- & Above

 

 

(c) Filing of Return of Income

 

       With Preparation of Bank Summary, Capital A/c and Balance Sheet 

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

 

 

(d) Advance Tax Calculation

Rs. 2,000/- Per installment

 

 

 

 

II) (a) Partnership Firms/Sole Proprietor

 

     with verification of:

 

     1) Method of Accounting

}

     2) Stock Valuation

}    Rs.5,000/- Per Verification

     3) G. P. Ratio

}    

     4) Expense Ratios etc.

}

 

 

(b) Small Proprietorship/ Partnership

Rs. 5,000/- Per Verification

 

 

( c) Minor's I. T. Statement

Rs. 3,000/- & Above

 

 

(d) Private Ltd. Company:

 

      i)  Active

Rs. 7,500/- & Above

      ii) Defunct

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

 

 

(e) Public Ltd. Company

Rs. 20,000/- & Above

 

 

B. Filing of Forms etc.

 

 

 

(a) Filing of TDS/TCS Return (per Form)

(Quarterly Fees)

     i) With 5 or less Entries

Rs.2,000/- & Above

     ii) With more than 5 Entries

Rs.3,000/- & Above

 

 

(b) Filing Form No. 15-H /G(per Set)

Rs. 1,000/- & Above

 

 

( c) PAN/TAN Application

Rs. 1,500/- & Above

 

 

C. Certificate

 

(a) Other Certificates (Like Lower TDS Certificate, 115JB)

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

 

 

 

 

D. Filing of Appeal etc.

 

 

 

(a) First Appeal.

 

     Preparation of Statement of Facts, Grounds of Appeal, Etc.

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

 

 

(b) Second Appeal (Tribunal)

Rs. 15,000/- & Above

 

 

E. FBT

Rs.3,000/- & Above per quarter including return

 

 

F.  Defered Tax Calculation

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

 

 

 

 

NOTE:

 

When Matters are referred to Counsel personal time will be billed seperately

 

 

 

G. Assessments etc.

 

 

 

(a) Attending Scrutiny Assessment/ Appeal

Rs. 3,000/- Per Visit subject to minimum Rs.5,000/- 

 

 

(b) Attending Summons

Rs. 3,000/- Per Visit 

 

 

( c) Drafting and Attending for Rectifications/ Refunds/ Appeal effects Etc.

Rs. 3,000/- Per Visit subject to minimum Rs.3,000/-

 

 

(d) I. T. Survey

Rs. 50,000/-

 

 

(e) T.D.S. Survey

Rs.20,000/-

 

 

(f) I.T. Search & Seizure

Discretionary

 

 

III) CHARITABLE TRUSTS

 

 

 

(a) (i) Registration Under local Act

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

     (ii) Societies Registration Act

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

 

 

(b) Registration Under Income Tax Act.

Rs. 15,000/- & Above

 

 

(c) Exemption Certificate U/s. 80G of  I. T. Act. 

Rs. 15,000/- & Above

 

 

(d) Filing Objection Memo

Rs. 2,000/- & Above

 

 

(e) Filing of Change Report

Rs. 2,000/- & Above

 

 

(f)  Filing of Various Forms

Rs. 2,000/- Per Form

 

 

IV) COMPANY WORK

 

 

 

(a) Filing Application for Name Approval

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

 

 

(b) Incorporation of a Private Limited Company

Rs. 20,000/- & Above

 

 

( c) Incorporation of a Public Limited Company

Rs. 25,000/- & Above

 

 

(d)(i) Company's ROC Work, Preparation of Minutes,

 

     Statutory Register & Other Secretarial Work

Rs. 3,000 Per Quarter

 

 

    (ii) Assisting in Other Certificate

Rs. 3,000/- & Above

 

 

(e) Filing Annual Return Etc.

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

 

 

(f) Filing Other Forms Like: F-32, 18, 2

Rs. 1,500/- & Above

 

 

(g) Increase in Authourised Capital 

 

     Filing F-5, F-23, including preparation of Slips

 

     Pages for Memorandum of Association/ Article of Association.

Rs. 5,000/- & Above

     

 

 

 

V) V.A.T./ PROFESSION TAX:

 

 

 

A. Registration Work

 

 

 

(a) Registration Under V.A.T. & C.S.T.

Rs. 10,000/- & Above

 

 

( b) Profession Tax Registration (PTR)

Rs. 1,500/- & Above

 

 

(c) Profession Tax Enrolment (per application)

Rs. 1,500/- & Above

 

 

B. Filing of Return (V.A.T.)

 

(a) Monthly Challans with Annual Return

Rs. 1,500/- + (Per Month)

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