Disallowed u/s 40a(3)


CA Mohit Agrawal (Chartered Accountant)     10 May 2013

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I case a kacha adhatiya receives payment through cheque in his bank account on behalf of the principle and makes payment to him in cash than will it be disallowed in the hands of kacha adhatiya or buyer?

 

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Devendra (Chartered Accountant)     10 May 2013

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Hi Mohit,

 

Any payments made in cash exceeding the threshold limit shall attract disallowance u/s 40(A)(3) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, unless such payment is exempt under rule 6DD of the Income Tax Rules, 1962.

Therefore in the above case, Section 40(A)(3) shall be attracted to the payment made by Kacha adhatiya.

 

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CA Mohit Agrawal (Chartered Accountant)     13 May 2013

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Hi Devendra, But the amount of payment made is not claimed as expense by adhatiya, still will it be disallowed?

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Devendra (Chartered Accountant)     13 May 2013

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Then there is no need to disallow the expense.

 

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Devendra Kulkarni

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Manoj KumarParida (Accountant)     25 September 2014

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Dear Sir,

I have studied Singhania Books that if Fixed Asset Purchased in cash above Rs.20,000 then depreciation will be disallowed.But now came to Know that  cannot be Disallow U/S 40A(3)

Which is correct pls give me some confirmation

 

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Manoj Kumar Parida


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