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Traders launch stir against Delhi VAT department

Traders from Delhi have deeply disgusted with functioning of VAT Department has now decided to launch a stir against Delhi VAT Department for its various recent notifications which has led to gross resentment in the business community. At a meeting of Delhi traders leaders strongly condemned the attitude of VAT Department towards traders and lamented that several pending issues of the traders remain...
Source : News Track India |
Category : Business | City : Agra

Punjab reduces VAT on cigarettes, iron and steel

Chandigarh, Jan 20 (IANS) Having hiked the value added tax (VAT) on cigarettes last year to curb sales, the Punjab cabinet Monday decided to reverse the decision and reduced the tax on them.Under the proposal approved by the cabinet at its meeting held here Monday with Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal in the chair, VAT on cigarettes was reduced from 50 to 20.5 percent.Justifying the reduction in...
Source : Chennaionline |
Category : Business | City : Chandigarh

NGOs attack Punjab move to cut VAT on cigarettes

Chandigarh, Jan 27 (IANS) A decision by the Punjab government to reduce the value added tax (VAT) on cigarettes has been opposed by NGOs and health experts.NGO Voice of Tobacco Victims (VoTV) criticized the state government decision to roll back taxes on cigarettes from 50 percent to 20.5 percent."Neighbouring states like Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir have increased VAT on tobacco...
Source : Yahoo Finance |
Category : Personal Finance | City : Chandigarh

Tobacco tax raises political smoke in Punjab

Chandigarh, Jan 24 (IANS) A recent decision of the Punjab government to drastically reduce value added tax (VAT) on cigarettes is being criticised for health and religious reasons.Less than a year after the Punjab government increased the VAT on cigarettes from 20.5 percent to 50 percent - with the additional Rs.100 crore raised going to the Punjab Cancer Fund - the decision has been reversed. The...
Source : Yahoo Finance |
Category : Personal Finance | City : Chandigarh

Tobacco tax raises political smoke in Punjab (Punjab Newsletter)

Jaideep Sarin, Chandigarh, Jan 24 : A recent decision of the Punjab government to drastically reduce value added tax (VAT) on cigarettes is being criticised for health and religious reasons.Less than a year after the Punjab government increased the VAT on cigarettes from 20.5 percent to 50 percent - with the additional Rs.100 crore raised going to the Punjab Cancer Fund - the decision has been reversed....
Source : Newkerala |
Category : Entertainment

Anti-VAT hero fined... for forgetting to pay VAT

former French resistance fighter hired by leading British pub and restaurant chains to campaign for a cut in VAT has been fined for failing to pay his own VAT bill.Jacques Borel’s VAT Club, which has been bankrolled by companies including Wetherspoon’s and Pizza Hut, was fined £9,201 for late payment of VAT in France.The 86-year-old claims to have achieved VAT cuts for the leisure industry in many...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business

2 Bedroom Independent House for sale in Sector 25, Chandigarh City

# 2666, Near Dainik Bhaskar, Chandigarh, Sector 25, Chandigarh City - 160014 (Chandigarh)Chandigarh exactly in the back of Dainik Bhaskar Office - Fully Marbled Independent House - Cheap PriceDon't...
Source : Propertywala |
Category : Others | City : Chandigarh

VAT cannot be imposed on buyers: SC

Justice RM Lodha upheld Bombay high court order that VAT cannot be imposed on buyersJustice RM Lodha upheld Bombay high court order that VAT cannot be imposed on buyersThe Supreme Court has reportedly said that Value Added Tax (VAT) cannot be imposed on buyers.Justice RM Lodha upheld Bombay high court order that VAT cannot be imposed on buyers.People who bought property between June 2006 and March...
Source : Indiainfoline |
Category : Business

Price of ebooks to plunge as EU orders cut in VAT

Price of ebooks expected to plunge as EU orders Britain to cut VAT from 20% to zeroThe price of ebooks in Britain is expected to plummet following a vote in Brussels this week that could cut VAT on them from 20 per cent to zero.In Britain, printed books are free of VAT but ebooks attract 20 per cent. In other EU countries ebooks already have lower rates of VAT. In France, for example, printed books...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business