Month: December 2019

The CBDT has issued a directive dated 27.12.2019 in which it is noted that a large number of appeals are pending before the CsIT(A) for more than 5 years. The CBDT has directed that all such appeals must be disposed off without fail by 31st March, 2020

The CBDT has vide Office Order No. 269 of 2019 dated 26th December, 2019 stated that the President has appointed 187 officers of Indian Revenue Service to the grade of Joint Commissioner of Income Tax (JCIT) purely on ad-hoc basis in Level – 12 in the pay matrix Rs. 78800-209200 for a period of one year, w.e.f. 01.01.2020 or the date they assume charge of the post of JCIT, whichever is later

We are pleased to announce the release of the publication by the All India Federation of Tax Practitioners titled “General Anti-Avoidance Rules”

Farewell function on the occasion of attaining superannuation of Honourable Justice Mr.M. S. Sanklecha Judge Bombay High Court

ITAT Mumbai celebrated the Constitution day having a function at Members library, wherein the Honourable Vice-President Shri Pramod Kumar explained the purpose of holding the function

Mrs Nikata Badeka, Advocate, has been unanimously elected as National President of the All India Federation of Tax Practitioners (AIFTP) for the year 2020

The CBDT has vide Office Order No. 262 of 2019 dated 20th December 2019 stated that the President has extended the ad-hoc appointments of several Assistant Commissioners of Income Tax from 23.08.2019 to 22.08.2020

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) has approved the proposal of the Department of Legal Affairs for appointment of three officers to the posts of Vice-President in the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) in Level 16 of the Pay Matrix w.e.f. the date of their assumption of charge of the post till their attaining the age of 62 years

The CBDT has vide Office Order No. 259 of 2019 dated 16.12.2019 stated that consequent upon approval of the Competent Authority, several officers are promoted to the grade of Commissioner of Income Tax (CIT) (level 14 in the pay matrix Rs. 144200-218200/-) w.e.f. the date of assumption of the charge of the post by them and until further orders

The ITAT Mumbai Bench has issued important directives regarding the hearing of stay applications and cases involving International Tax and Transfer Pricing issues


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