Ministry of Finance
Department of Revenue
Central Board of Excise and Customs,
CBEC, New Delhi
"Last date for availing benefit under Company Law Settlement Scheme (CLSS), 2011 has been extended up to 15th January, 2012. It is further stated that this Scheme will not be extended beyond 15th January, 2012. For details kindly see General Circular No: 71/2011 available on MCA portal under News & Events and under heading Act, Bills and Rules.
Further, the last date for filing form DIN-4 by DIN holders for furnishing their Income tax PAN and to update Income- tax PAN details has been extended up to 29th February, 2012. For details kindly see General Circular No: 70/2011 available on MCA portal under News & Events and under heading Act, Bills and Rules. "
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Notifications prescribing Cost Accounting Records Rules, 2011 for different industries
MCA has vide Notifications G.S.R. 869(E), G.S.R.872(E), G.S.R.874(E), G.S.R. 870(E), G.S.R.873(E) and G.S.R. 871(E) dated 7.12.2011, notified Cost Accounting Records Rules, 2011 for 6 different industries. The Rules require the stated industries to keep cost records and books of account, and the books of accounts so maintained to contain specified particulars mentioned in the Schedule annexed to the respective rules. The Rules also prescribe the form of Compliance Report and the form for filing the Report (duly authenticated and signed by a cost accountant) and other documents with the Central Government in electronic mode.
The notified Rules are mentioned as follows:
1. The Cost Accounting Records(Telecommunication Industry) Rules,2011 vide G.S.R. 869(E) has superseded Cost Accounting Records (Telecommunications) Rules, 2002
2. The Cost Accounting Records( Sugar Industry) Rules,2011 vide G.S.R. 872(E) has superseded Cost Accounting Records (Sugar) amended Rules, 1997 and Cost Accounting Records (Industrial Alcohol) Rules, 1997
3. The Cost Accounting Records( Pharmaceutical Industry) Rules,2011 vide G.S.R. 874(E) has superseded Cost Accounting Records (Bulk Drugs) Rules, 1974 and Cost Accounting Records (Formulations) Rules, 1988
4. The Cost Accounting Records( Petroleum Industry) Rules,2011 vide G.S.R. 870(E) has superseded Cost Accounting Records (Petroleum Industry) Rules, 2002
5. The Cost Accounting Records( Fertilizer Industry) Rules,2011 vide G.S.R. 873(E) has superseded Cost Accounting Records (Fertilizers) Rules, 1993
6. The Cost Accounting Records( Electricity Industry) Rules,2011 vide G.S.R. 871(E) has superseded Cost Accounting Records (Electricity Industry) Rules, 2001
|1.||Name of the assessee|
|2.||Address of assessee|
|3.||Permanent Account Number|
|5.||Total income of the assessee computed in the manner laid down in the Income-tax Act before giving effect to Chapter XII-BA of the Income-tax Act|
|6.||Income-tax payable on total income referred to in Column 5 above|
|7.||The amount of deduction claimed under any section included in Chapter VI-A under the heading "C." - "Deductions in respect of certain incomes"||Sl. No.||Section under which deduction claimed||Amount of deduction claimed|
|8.||The amount of deduction claimed under section 10AA|
|9.||Adjusted total income of the assessee (5+7 + 8)|
|10.||Alternate Minimum Tax (18.5% of adjusted total income computed in column 9 above)"|
|Important message on due date of XBRL filing|
As per Circular No. 69/2011, a company is allowed to file the financial statements in XBRL mode without any additional fee up to 31st December, 2011 or within 60 days from the due date, whichever is later. In case of a company whose financial year is ending on 31-03-2011 and if its date of AGM is 30th September 2011, then its Due date for filing financial statements is 30 days from the AGM date i.e. upto 30th October, 2011. Hence, as per the time lines provided in the circular, the company can file its financial statements in XBRL mode without additional fees upto 31st December, 2011 or 60 days from its due date of filing, which is 29th December, 2011 (i.e. 60 days from due date of filing- 30th October, 2011) whichever is later
Similarly, In case of a company whose financial year is ending on 30-06-2011 and if its date of AGM is 31st December 2011, then its Due date for filing financial statements would be 30 days from the AGM date i.e. upto 30th January, 2012. Hence, the company can file its financial statements in XBRL mode without additional fees upto 60 days from its due date of filing, which is 30th March, 2012.
++ Filing of B/E through Service Centre: The data pertaining to B/E is filed in a prescribed format at the Service Centre and a checklist is generated. While filing the B/E, the correctness of the information given therein has to be certified by the importer in the form of a declaration at its foot and any mis-declaration/incorrect details has legal consequences. The ICES system would accept Annexure for B/E only if it finds that the IGM No. and Bill of Lading (B/L) No. match the corresponding line number of the IGM. The system will accept only one declaration against a line number. If the declaration is not accepted, CHA (includes the importer) should verify the particulars The importer / CHA has to submit duly filled-in Annexure along with one copy of Invoice to the Service Centre . The Service Centre staff enters the data into the ICES system and generates Check List to be verified by the importer / CHA for correctness. On verification, if the data are found to be correctly recorded, the importer / CHA will sign the Check List and return it to the Service Centre, signalling final submission.++ Filing of B/E through ICEGATE: The importer / CHA can file B/E remotely through ICEGATE. In this case, the ICES application validates the data and in case of errors, a negative acknowledgment mentioning the error description is sent back to the importer / CHA. In case there is no error, B/E Number is assigned to the document and an acknowledgment is sent to the importer / CHA. Thereafter, the importer / CHA can print the Check List in their premises.++ Processing of B/E not facilitated through RMS: ICES system automatically marks the B/E to the Appraising Group for processing by Appraising Officer (AO). B/Es with assessable value of more than Rs.1 Lac are marked to Group Assistant Commissioner (AC) while others are marked directly for payment of duty. After the assessment is approved by the AC concerned, the following process takes place:i. Assessed Copy of the B/E with examination instructions and TR-6 challan is printed at the Service Center for payment of duty. AO has the option to change tariff classification / notification / declared value etc., and raise queries for clarification. The queries raised by AO are marked to Group AC for approval.ii. Processing status of the document can be enquired through Service Centre. In case of query, reply can be given through the Service Center. The duty is to be paid through designated banks or through e-payment mode. On receipt of duty payment message from Bank, the B/E is marked to the Appraiser (Docks). The importer / CHA should present a copy of the B/E along with duty paid challan and other documents including invoice, packing list etc. at the time of examination of the goods.iii. Inspector / EO examines the goods and enters the examination report and in case of discrepancy, the same is reported to the Appraising Group with comments of the SA. Thereafter, the Group may revise the assessment. Otherwise, the B/E is marked to Shed Appraiser (SA) for "out-of-charge". After out-of-charge, the system generates two copies of B/E (importer's copy and the Exchange Control Copy).
Dear Corporates please note that Companies having last date of Annual Filling as October 30th 2011 can file on October 31, 2011 also without any additional fee, on account of Oct 30th 2011 being a Sunday.
File before October 31st Midnight and save additional fee
(Note: Lean time for filing is after 8 P.M. till 9 A.M. next morning.)
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