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Prior period expenses

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yusufsahibmaricar (Office Manager Cum Accountant)   (40 Points)
Replied 20 October 2012

Prior period expenses means necessary payments to be paid in advance for the current financial period or above.

yusufsahibmaricar (Office Manager Cum Accountant)   (40 Points)
Replied 20 October 2012

Prior period expenses means that payments must be paid in advance for the current financial period or more.

yusufsahibmaricar (Office Manager Cum Accountant)   (40 Points)
Replied 20 October 2012

Prior period expenses means that which expenses paid in advance for current and future period.

Milind M. Kulkarni (Practicing CA) (547 Points)
Replied 21 October 2012

My understanding is that prior period expenses are not allowed as deduction under Income Tax Act from the current year's profit nor from any of the previous year's profit. They are absolutely and totally disallowed. Would request Abhilasha to please clarify under which section it is mentioned that it will be allowed in revised return of the earlier year.

Aarush (Delhi) (1566 Points)
Replied 22 October 2012

Its depands on facts of situations, also there is no specfic sec dealing with prior period items in case of allowable (30 to 37) or disallowable (Sec 40, 40A)

Pl note:-

Section 37 say - (Expensses should pertain to current year)  but as fas as for income concerned department is not ready to lose its money, it will subject to tax.

refer attached case law "1" which say prior period expenses are allowable.

Sectio 40 (2)(v) say it will be allowable in current year if its is paid.. numerous of case law exist , Go Google.

For rest cases its "disallowable"

 

There are no specific Sections Dealing with Prior Period Items, either as Allowable (Sec 30 to 37) or as Disallowed (Sec 40, 40A)

Read more at: /forum/prior-period-expenses-disallowed-under-section-169170.asp#.UITrxWdkxv0
exp should be pertaining to current year

Read more at: /forum/prior-period-expenses-disallowed-under-section-169170.asp#.UITrxWdkxv0
exp should be pertaining to current year

Read more at: /forum/prior-period-expenses-disallowed-under-section-169170.asp#.UITrxWdkxv0

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Mohammed Shahid Rahman (Partner) (137 Points)
Replied 24 March 2016

Hi 

I made a mistake in last years balance sheet (14-15) of my company. Outstanding Municipal Tax expenses which should be written at 5500/- has been written mistakenly as 4500/- I have paid 5500/- Municipal tax this year (15-16). How and where do I recored extra 1000/- I am not from accounts backgound so an example would be very helpful. I m using Tally 9erp.

Thanks

rameshreddy (accountent) (21 Points)
Replied 24 August 2016

Hi,

income tax caluculation for corporate companys

 

 

 

nikhil bhudolia (CA FINAL) (109 Points)
Replied 16 July 2018

allowed in the year of expense i.e in the Next year like 43B 

Shubhank Zanwar (Student CA Final ) (22 Points)
Replied 27 February 2019

Only if your case is selected for regular assessment.


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