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How to Submit your VAT Return Online
 
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How to Submit your VAT Return Online - Virtually all VAT-registered businesses must submit their VAT Returns online and pay any VAT due electronically. This guide explains how to do this. You (or your accountant, bookkeeper, or other agent) can opt to use either the free HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) VAT Online service or commercial software. Submitting your return online is quick, convenient, reliable and secure. http://youtu.be/iTBwKdyI5Ww Once you have submitted your VAT Return to HMRC you will get an on-screen unique submission receipt reference number. It's a good idea to save or print a copy of this on-screen confirmation, as you will only receive an email confirmation of this receipt if you've registered your email address at the signing up stage for VAT online services or at a later date for VAT messages (this is a separate process to setting up an email address to receive the email VAT Return reminder). A copy of every VAT Return you submit online will be automatically saved on your VAT Online services account for a period of 15 months after submission. You can view your submitted returns from the left hand menu on the 'At a Glance' page by selecting the 'View submitted returns' link. You can also print off a copy of the submitted return and keep it with your other business records. Learn More on: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLD-fVNHkAoWERcT2SdgifXHu26oSrTFrg
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2014 TAX3701 Question 1
 
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This video assists students with the completion of Question 1 of Tutorial letter 201/2014. The VAT payable/refundable calculation is calculated. Indemnity payments, financial services, equity contributions and the apportionment of input VAT are a few of the items that are discussed in the question.
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How to view and Download  Challan Status Inquiry file | Hindi
 
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Say a company deducts TDS on salary ...it does it and pays though a challan , right ...is there a way to check this challan details online ...yes there is ...one can easily use the TIN NSDL portal and make use of the Challn status inquiry tab and download the challan for a certain period ...there are 2 ways to do it , either by challan identification number or TAN based method ....we show the Tan based method in this tutorial...we will shortly show the CIN(Chllan identification number ) method
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Karnataka vat online payment
 
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This video will describe how to make online payment through your bank a/c tags verify payment, print payment , challan
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18 (Indirect taxes) How is CENVAT credit different than VAT credit  Hindi
 
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18 (Indirect taxes) How is CENVAT credit different than VAT credit (Hindi) Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CuZjMDI0Y0 Case AQ 54 - What is the difference between CENVAT and VAT credit ? Video Link - Solution : By Amlan Dutta There are a few times when english can sound confusing .There can't be e better example than this topic .But Anyway's , lets face the monster right away , It's a very simple concept and deals with taking credit of taxes paid towards input material cost . When credit is taken for the taxes paid against excise and service , the same is called CENVAT credit The credit when taken for input taxes paid against VAT is called as VAT credit Let's look at a simple example to clear the subject , Say , i buy wood from jalandhar manufacturer @ 100 Rs and have to pay excise @ 12.36 %(Including cess ) , VAT @ 5 %i.e 5 Rs ..etc then what i get is credits ...i.e i now have a credit of taxes paidi.e 12.36 Rswhich i can later use to set of against taxes collected from the sale of final product ... (1) CENVAT credit For example , of the purchased input (bat) @ 100 Rs , made Cricket bat out of it and increased value to 200 Rs ....now when i sell it , i need to deposit with the govt tax on the final value of goods sold ... So , on the final product i.e wooden bat , i am now expected by the revenue to collect 12.36 % of 200 Rsi.e 25.72 Rs and deposit it with the government .. But since i have credits avaible with me (i.e i have already paid 12.36 Rs ) i just need to pay further balance (25.72-12.36 Rs ) =12.36 Rs to the revenue .This process is called setting of the credit (CENVAT )available .. The buyer who pays 25.72 to me , in case he further uses the sold good as input and makes something of it and sells it at 1000 Rs , then he can also claim CENVAT credit How ? well he paid excise to us 25.72 Rs ,so he has credits to the tune of 25.72 Rs ...now when he sells the final goods at 1000 Rs , he wil have to collect 12.36 % excise i.e 123.6 Rs and deposit tro revenue .. But now since he has credits available with him for 25.72 Rs paid , he will have to pay only the balance (i.e 123.6 - 25.72)= 97 Rs (Approx)... The process keeps continuing every time the seller passes on the credit and the buyer uses it to manufacture something and then sell it after value addition (Note a few important things that CENVAT is with reference to only excise and service tax ( and not CST/VAT ) Note again (1) if the Cenvat credit cannot be realised in the present year , one can file return and claim refund (2)Cenvat credit taken need not be set of in one to one basis i.e what this means is that i can set of credit (taxes paid on total input ) against collection of taxes against sale of final product(sum total) (3) Typically , purchaser always shall insist for CENVAT credit from buyer which means that if there are further stages of production for the buyer itself , then he can claim credit himself against the taxed paid later against taxes collected against sale of the processed good (2) VAT credit Now , we have paid for the input wood 5 rs VAT Now , when do value addition and sell the bat for 200 Rs within the state , we are supposed to collect 5 % VAT on this total sale value and deposit that to the revenue But here , since i have already paid 5 Rs towards the input , i can take credit of that and of the 10 Rs collected after sale of the final good , i can deposit only 5 Rs of that with the revenue since 5 rs has already been deposited earlier This is called VAT credit and is against sales of the Good Note that Sales tax credit is not available in terms of interstate sales i.e( CST ) Hope This helps , Amlan Dutta
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Register for VAT in the UK
 
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In this video we are helping fellow online sellers set up their VAT number online to sale on Amazon UK from the US
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How to Set Regular Payments in Big Red Cloud
 
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Find out how to set up regular payments in your Big Red Cloud accounts with this helpful tutorial.
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Tolley's VAT Cases 2014
 
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BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S VAT CASES 2014 A COMPREHENSIVE DIGEST OF REPORTED VALUE ADDED TAX DECISIONS RELEVANT TO CURRENT LEGISLATION FROM 1973 TO 1 JANUARY 2014 29th Edition By Alan Dolton, Rhianon Davies and David Rudling ISBN: 978 0 7545 4954 3 TOLLEY/ LEXISNEXIS www.lexisnexis.co.uk CONCISE SUMMARIES CROSS REFERENCED TO STATUTE LAW FROM OVER 4,000 COURT & TRIBUNAL AUTHORITIES SINCE 1973 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Now in its 29th edition from LexisNexis, this book is highly regarded as a comprehensive and reliable reference to VAT case law. It has been described as 'the bible of the UK VAT industry' by 'The Times' and one cannot help but agree. It's also worth mentioning the comment attributed to 'VAT Intelligence', to wit: 'Even those practitioners who subscribe to VAT tribunal decisions will find the indexing system in this book far easier to use than the (official) index to the VAT tribunal decisions.' You have been advised -- and wisely too. As the sub-title clearly indicates, this is a digest of VAT decisions dating from 1973 (when VAT was first introduced in the UK) to the present day, specifically 1st January 2014, plus postscripts pertaining to later decisions which have been added where possible and relevant. This latest edition contains 4,000 VAT cases, including all public court and tribunal decisions relevant to current VAT legislation. As you are no doubt aware, this edition is the companion volume to the 'Tolley's Tax Cases,' -- also published annually -- and similarly containing important new material, including summaries of all significant 2013 court and tribunal decisions relevant to current VAT legislation. In addition, the introductory survey discusses the leading decisions reached in 2013. The two volumes from 'Tolleys' are similarly structured as well, and -- for practitioners under pressure -- easy to navigate. Both volumes feature numbered paragraphs and provide the reader with three ways of obtaining the information required: the detailed contents list at the beginning (as well as the contents lists which head the longer chapters)... the extensive table of statutes... and the extensive general subject index at the back. Even a cursory glance at the contents list indicates the enormous scope of the book. Over 2.000 pages and 69 chapters, it deals with every conceivable matter relating to VAT. The categories, which are listed alphabetically, are too numerous and varied to enumerate here, but they do include agents, appeals, assessment, bad debts, and buildings and land, right through to transport, valuation and zero-rating. Researchers delving further into the further implications of VAT will also appreciate the extensive tables of cases, statutes, statutory instruments and European Community directives. There is also a list of abbreviations and references and, for those befuddled by arcane terms, a glossary of Latin and Old French phrases. Tax specialists --as well as anyone involved with VAT -- will find that purchasing this book (and ideally its companion 'Tolley's Tax Cases') will make everyday professional life a whole lot easier.
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Bank Payment Book Entries
 
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Find out how to do Bank Payment Book Entries in Big Red Cloud with this handy tutorial.
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VAT
 
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VAT
Create a simple Excel document to work out your VAT at 20%
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How to Enter a Journal Entry on Sage
 
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Entering journals on sage instant and sage 50 accounts Need help with Sage or other accounting software? Drop us an email at [email protected] Take our Online Sage training course http://www.bpfs-online.com/p/online-sage-training-course.html Create a bookkeeping spreadsheet using Microsoft Excel http://youtu.be/LlWADbkGdac Sage Accounts Bookkeeping Tutorial/Training Learn more at www.bpfs-online.com
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Math Help | How to Calculate Sales Tax and Total Cost
 
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If you have any other questions about calculating sales tax and total cost, get expert online tutoring service from Acadsoc online education society. Now here are many different online tutoring service plans for your reference. Try one hour for free now: http://www.acadsoc.com/Package/One-to-one_Online_Tutoring.aspx?_PP=11 Well, we all have to pay sales tax. But how do you calculate sales tax? Actually calculating sales tax is a matter of percent. First, turn percentage into a decimal—this plays a significant role in helping you figure out how much tax you are actually gonna pay. Then multiply the original cost by the decimal and you will get the amount of the sales tax. The examples below will help you understand better.
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00046 - How To Use IF Function To Calculate With Different Tax Rates Using Microsoft Excel
 
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How to make online payment for Karnataka vat
 
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This video clip will describe how to make online payment for karnataka vat through website Just go through the video vat.kar.nic.in www.vat.kar.nic.in tags verify, payment, challan
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Absolute References within formulas: Excel 2013 / 2010 / 2007 / 2003
 
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Learn how to use an Absolute Reference within a formula to calculate the amount of VAT.
VAT
 
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VAT
In this video VAT is defined and explained. The rate at which it is calculated is explained. The understanding of what is VAT exempted and what is taxable. The method of VAT calculation and calculating the VAT component of goods and services is explored.
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How to purchase a credit check for my tenant ( Landlord and agent tenant referencing)
 
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GET YOUR TENANT REFERENCE REPORT TODAY WITHIN 1 HOUR £3.95 Easy to read comprehensive report, available to view online, Simple to understand credit score. And you only pay £3.95 + vat ( £4.74 ) . Please note all tenant referencing reports are completed and checked manually by our experienced referencing team. Should you require the report faster than 1 hour call us on 0113245022 and we will ensure the report is completed ASAP.
VAT identification number
 
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A value added tax identification number or VAT identification number (VATIN) is an identifier used in many countries, including the countries of the European Union, for value added tax purposes. In the EU, a VAT identification number can be verified online at the EU's official VIES website, it confirms that the number is currently allocated and can provide the name or other identifying details of the entity to whom the identifier has been allocated. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Matching transactions (reconciling) using Excel Pivot Tables | ExcelTutorials
 
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Matching transactions (reconciling) using Excel Pivot Tables | ExcelTutorials Learn how to reconcile (or match) transactions using Excel Pivot Tables. Example workbook and more here: http://chandoo.org/wp/2014/06/10/matching-transactions-pivot-tables/ Do Subscribe, Like & Share my video if you like!! Click The Below Link To SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8uU_wruBMHeeRma49dtZKA
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VATSIM Tutorial: Departure Communications - from Startup to Cruise!
 
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Like what you see? Please consider supporting AviationPro via Patreon and receive great rewards in return for your support! It helps me to cover the costs of making videos and running the website. Any contribution would be much appreciated! :) ✔️ PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/aviationpro ✔️ More information here: http://aviationpro.nl/support ✔️ Donate Ether: 0x0AA2D588f960AfeB700696032c8Cc864D3d35963 ✔️ Donate Bitcoin: 16noZR4iSTodGkozpDeJQHmWsAczHEztiH In this video: communications during an IFR departure from startup at the gate, until cruising level. By watching this video you will learn the basic phraseology that's being used during an IFR departure while flying an airliner from A to B. Remember, this is an example flight in Europe. The phraseology might be slightly different in your country/continent. ✈️👨‍✈️ Check out this IFR flight with FULL ATC! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzAjsWeZsWs Here is a playlist full of (old) VATSIM tutorials. You will be able to find all the new ones in here as well shortly! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAEBF49C650E16B78 Thanks for watching! Feel free to ask questions or make comments in the comments section below. 🌎 Stay tuned via Facebook to get the latest updates: http://www.facebook.com/AviationProNL Watch the previous VATSIM video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cNYgjU9O6M&index=15&list=PLAEBF49C650E16B78 Watch the next VATSIM video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXJgjMNwhX0&index=13&list=PLAEBF49C650E16B78 The VATSIM network is an online network where pilots can make their online flights, while air traffic controllers guide them during the flight. The VATSIM network is a professional flying network that aims for a realstic flying experience.
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Drupal 7 Commerce Module Tutorial 4 - Setting Up Commerce PayPal Payment Methods
 
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#1 Drupal Book: http://amzn.to/1PwoAo3 Support these Drupal video tutorials by visiting www.TorontoWebsiteDeveloper.com In the 4th Drupal video tutorial on the Commerce module, I show you how we can configure Commerce PayPal to accept payments on our site. In doing so, we walk through setting up Commerce PayPal WPS and WPP. Both of these payment methods, like all commerce payment methods, utilize rules for implementation. As such, to start, we enable the payment method rules, configure them and then test out payments on our test environment.
Your PAYE payments to HMRC
 
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Explaining your PAYE payments and how they're made to HMRC Where to find us – Website – www.miventures.co.uk Twitter - @Myincventures Facebook – facebook.com/myincventures Pinterest – pinterest.com/miventures
Tuesday Training Lease Options in Property - The Ultimate Finer Point Training
 
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Tuesday Training Lease Options in Property - The Ultimate Finer Point Training Proudly Presented by Phil Martin and Mike Royce of Millionaires Together http://www.millionairestogether.co.uk/lease-options.html Lease Options have been widely talked about in investing circles for many years now but there are lots of myths surrounding them. In this article I hope to clarify matters and help to fill in any knowledge gaps for you. Background Definitions: A lease option (long term rent or management with an option to purchase/ right to buy) is different from freehold/ leasehold (One party owns land, one owns part of building and pays ground rent to freeholder and service charge for cleaning etc to a management company). A lease option is a 2 part contract, the first part (lease) allows you to benefit from rental profit or management profit for the duration of the agreement whilst the second part (option) grants you a legal and equitable interest in the property, being the right to buy. Lease Options can be used effectively to help people secure a long term solution for a burdensome property or a hassle free income stream whilst being an effective tool for investors to build a property portfolio from a small starting position and achieving greater leverage than with conventional Buy To Let Financing. Lease options are often assignable and can be used to help people get on the housing ladder or to relocate. What Type of Transaction is Best? As an overview, the type of agreement you reach with your seller will either be 1) Mortgage Transfer. This means contractually assuming responsibility for the vendor's mortgage payments aka buying subject to underlying finance. These will require Power of Attorney taken as security for the contract (irrevocable under uk law) and a letter of authority to speak with and make payments to the underlying mortgage lender. These agreements tend to run for the remaining term of mortgage, eg 15 or 18 years ideally with no break clause on either side. or 2) Contract Purchase (acquiring an equitable interest in property by contract, seller responsible for maintaining their own finance without recourse to the buyer) These agreements tend to run for 6 or 8 years, although the longer the better from the point of view of your option. Reaching Agreement with Your Seller: You will have your own strategy and criteria and this will be reflected in the deal negotiations. A Heads of Terms (initial draft agreement) would contain 4 primary and 4 secondary negotiation points. The primary points (1-4) are the most important and form the basis of most negotiations, the secondary points (5-8) are less important but should be addressed early in the transaction to avoid disputes later on. Each point can be flexible to work for each party but a concession on 1 point should result in a concession to the other party on another point. 1) Upfront option fee/ deposit (usually £1, can be 50k dependant on deal) 2) Duration of agreement (minimum viable generally 6 years, remaining term of mortgage is better) 3) Monthly license/ mortgage payments (including maintenance terms etc) 4) Eventual purchase price (can be fixed, variable depending on year of purchase or fixed % discount from rics) 5) Who pays for insurance (any underlying lender should be named as beneficiary) 6) Who pays the legal fees for the transaction. These costs are similar to a traditional conveyance and usually around £600 + vat + disbursements for each side. 7) Who pays for minor remedial works and maintenance (carpets, decoration etc) 8) Who pays for major remedial works (boiler replacement, roof works, external wall insulation, capital improvements etc) I hope this article has been of help to you and will continue to be a useful reference, to discuss this article or ask questions please comment on http://philmartinproperty.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/all-you-need-to-know-about-lease.html Kind Regards, Phil Martin www.philmartin.co.uk www.millionairestogether.co.uk mt007bff
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tally erp9 tutorial in 10 simple steps in english
 
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In this video i have discussed about How to learn tally erp9 in 10 simple steps. Generally to operate tally erp 9 the following steps are necessary Once your these steps you will be handle accounts easily. 1 create a company 2 Create ledgers 3 Create stock units 4 Create stock item names 5 Purchase voucher 6 Sales vouchers 7 Receipt voucher 8 Payment voucher 9 Conra voucher for cash deposit and withdraw 10 Journal entries for accounts adjustment This video is one of the best example for tally definition and also accounting application tags tally reference manual full tutorial in english tally for beginners,
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Use a One-Variable Data Table to calculate in the cell range Â2:Â25 the VAT of the values...
 
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Use a One-Variable Data Table to calculate in the cell range Â2:Â25 the VAT of the values appearing in the cell range Á2:Á25. The formula is provided in cell Å3 and VAT percentage is displayed in cell Å1.Want more? Then download our TEST4U demo from https://www.test4u.eu/en/demo TEST4U provides an innovative approach to learning. Ignore the boring e-courses and use a new, interactive tool like 700 000 satisfied users did. TEST4U is an automated test which cooperates with the actual applications and can be used to prepare the students for certification exams (e.g. Microsoft-Certiport, ECDL/ICDL, DIPLOMA etc.) and train and assess employees. More on https://www.test4u.eu/en/demo
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17 (Indirect taxes)  How is Cenvat Credit availed  (Hindi)
 
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17 (Indirect taxes) How is Cenvat Credit availed (Hindi) Case AQ 54 - How is Cenvat Credit availed ? Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZUZntGn1-g Solution : By Amlan Dutta There are a few times when english can sound confusing .There can't be e better example than this topic .But Anyway's , lets face the monster right away , It's a very simple concept and deals with taking credit of taxes paid towards input material cost . When credit is taken for the taxes paid against excise and service , the same is called CENVAT credit The credit when taken for input taxes paid against VAT is called as VAT credit Let's look at a simple example to clear the subject , Say , i buy wood from jalandhar manufacturer @ 100 Rs and have to pay excise @ 12.36 %(Including cess ) , VAT @ 5 %i.e 5 Rs ..etc then what i get is credits ...i.e i now have a credit of taxes paidi.e 12.36 Rswhich i can later use to set of against taxes collected from the sale of final product ... (1) CENVAT credit For example , of the purchased input (bat) @ 100 Rs , made Cricket bat out of it and increased value to 200 Rs ....now when i sell it , i need to deposit with the govt tax on the final value of goods sold ... So , on the final product i.e wooden bat , i am now expected by the revenue to collect 12.36 % of 200 Rsi.e 25.72 Rs and deposit it with the government .. But since i have credits avaible with me (i.e i have already paid 12.36 Rs ) i just need to pay further balance (25.72-12.36 Rs ) =12.36 Rs to the revenue .This process is called setting of the credit (CENVAT )available .. The buyer who pays 25.72 to me , in case he further uses the sold good as input and makes something of it and sells it at 1000 Rs , then he can also claim CENVAT credit How ? well he paid excise to us 25.72 Rs ,so he has credits to the tune of 25.72 Rs ...now when he sells the final goods at 1000 Rs , he wil have to collect 12.36 % excise i.e 123.6 Rs and deposit tro revenue .. But now since he has credits available with him for 25.72 Rs paid , he will have to pay only the balance (i.e 123.6 - 25.72)= 97 Rs (Approx)... The process keeps continuing every time the seller passes on the credit and the buyer uses it to manufacture something and then sell it after value addition (Note a few important things that CENVAT is with reference to only excise and service tax ( and not CST/VAT ) Note again (1) if the Cenvat credit cannot be realised in the present year , one can file return and claim refund (2)Cenvat credit taken need not be set of in one to one basis i.e what this means is that i can set of credit (taxes paid on total input ) against collection of taxes against sale of final product(sum total) (3) Typically , purchaser always shall insist for CENVAT credit from buyer which means that if there are further stages of production for the buyer itself , then he can claim credit himself against the taxed paid later against taxes collected against sale of the processed good (2) VAT credit Now , we have paid for the input wood 5 rs VAT Now , when do value addition and sell the bat for 200 Rs within the state , we are supposed to collect 5 % VAT on this total sale value and deposit that to the revenue But here , since i have already paid 5 Rs towards the input , i can take credit of that and of the 10 Rs collected after sale of the final good , i can deposit only 5 Rs of that with the revenue since 5 rs has already been deposited earlier This is called VAT credit and is against sales of the Good Note that Sales tax credit is not available in terms of interstate sales i.e( CST ) Hope This helps , Amlan Dutta
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Gyan Dhara- A Complete of Service Tax & VAT for CA IPCC/Inter & CS Executive: An Overview
 
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Gyan Dhara- A Complete of Service Tax & VAT for CA IPCC/Inter & CS Executive: An Overview Gyan Dhara- A Complete of Service Tax & VAT for CA IPCC/Inter & CS Executive: An Overview See 6 reasons why you would love Gyan Dhara.
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HOW TO MAKE CORRECTIONS IN BELATED RETURN FILED ONLINE | TAX RECTIFICATION
 
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980 (Income tax) How to correct mistakes in belated return (Rectification) Narration - By Amlan Dutta Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGfVK6Z9Uls Many tax payers submit belated returns under section 139(4) and then realize that they have made mistakes in submitted return Now , they can no longer revise the return under section 139(5) The only option left is rectification .This tutorial explains on how to go through the motions Taxpayer for submitted return will get a intimation under section 143(1) whether be it for original due or original belated return This intimation has a reference number which needs to be validated and then the content reflecting the return rectified Once validated , the platform offers the taxpayer options to select for rectification Once done , taxpayer can now again prepare the correct return ( rectify it ) and generate the xml for the corrected return He will then upload the rectified return xml on the website ! Hopefully all this makes sense , Humble regards , Amlan Dutta
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WB Tax demo_sparkol
 
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white board animation on tax assurance
16 (Indirect taxes) How is Input Credit availed (Hindi)
 
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9 (Indirect taxes) How is Input Credit availed (Hindi) Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqoXwd7ZvVU Solution : By Amlan Dutta There are a few times when english can sound confusing .There can't be e better example than this topic .But Anyway's , lets face the monster right away , It's a very simple concept and deals with taking credit of taxes paid towards input material cost . When credit is taken for the taxes paid against excise and service , the same is called CENVAT credit The credit when taken for input taxes paid against VAT is called as VAT credit Let's look at a simple example to clear the subject , Say , i buy wood from jalandhar manufacturer @ 100 Rs and have to pay excise @ 12.36 %(Including cess ) , VAT @ 5 %i.e 5 Rs ..etc then what i get is credits ...i.e i now have a credit of taxes paidi.e 12.36 Rswhich i can later use to set of against taxes collected from the sale of final product ... (1) CENVAT credit For example , of the purchased input (bat) @ 100 Rs , made Cricket bat out of it and increased value to 200 Rs ....now when i sell it , i need to deposit with the govt tax on the final value of goods sold ... So , on the final product i.e wooden bat , i am now expected by the revenue to collect 12.36 % of 200 Rsi.e 25.72 Rs and deposit it with the government .. But since i have credits avaible with me (i.e i have already paid 12.36 Rs ) i just need to pay further balance (25.72-12.36 Rs ) =12.36 Rs to the revenue .This process is called setting of the credit (CENVAT )available .. The buyer who pays 25.72 to me , in case he further uses the sold good as input and makes something of it and sells it at 1000 Rs , then he can also claim CENVAT credit How ? well he paid excise to us 25.72 Rs ,so he has credits to the tune of 25.72 Rs ...now when he sells the final goods at 1000 Rs , he wil have to collect 12.36 % excise i.e 123.6 Rs and deposit tro revenue .. But now since he has credits available with him for 25.72 Rs paid , he will have to pay only the balance (i.e 123.6 - 25.72)= 97 Rs (Approx)... The process keeps continuing every time the seller passes on the credit and the buyer uses it to manufacture something and then sell it after value addition (Note a few important things that CENVAT is with reference to only excise and service tax ( and not CST/VAT ) Note again (1) if the Cenvat credit cannot be realised in the present year , one can file return and claim refund (2)Cenvat credit taken need not be set of in one to one basis i.e what this means is that i can set of credit (taxes paid on total input ) against collection of taxes against sale of final product(sum total) (3) Typically , purchaser always shall insist for CENVAT credit from buyer which means that if there are further stages of production for the buyer itself , then he can claim credit himself against the taxed paid later against taxes collected against sale of the processed good (2) VAT credit Now , we have paid for the input wood 5 rs VAT Now , when do value addition and sell the bat for 200 Rs within the state , we are supposed to collect 5 % VAT on this total sale value and deposit that to the revenue But here , since i have already paid 5 Rs towards the input , i can take credit of that and of the 10 Rs collected after sale of the final good , i can deposit only 5 Rs of that with the revenue since 5 rs has already been deposited earlier This is called VAT credit and is against sales of the Good Note that Sales tax credit is not available in terms of interstate sales i.e( CST ) Hope This helps , Amlan Dutta
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10 (Indirect taxes) What is Cenvat Credit (Hindi)
 
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7 (Indirect taxes) What is Cenvat Credit (Hindi) Video Link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFwSQIJ7tHM Solution - By Amlan Dutta Case AQ 54 - What does CENVAT credit mean ? Solution : There are a few times when english can sound confusing .There can't be e better example than this topic .But Anyway's , lets face the monster right away , It's a very simple concept and deals with the excise and service taxes paid towards input material cost . Say , i buy iron @ 100 Rs and have to pay excise @ 12.36 %(Including cess ) , then what i get is credits ...i.e i now have a credit of taxes paidi.e 12.36 Rswhich i can later use to set of against taxes collected from the sale of final product ... For example , i purchased iron @ 100 Rs , made coils out of it and increased value to 200 Rs ....now when i sell it , i need to deposit with the govt tax on the final value of goods sold ...so i am expected to collect 12.36 % of 200 Rsi.e 25.72 Rs and deposit it with the government ..now since i have credits avaialble with me (i.e i have already paid 12.36 Rs ) i just need to pay further balance (25.72-12.36 Rs ) =12.36 Rs to the revenue . This process is called setting of the credit (CENVAT )available ....the buyer who pays 25.72 to me , in case he further uses the sold good as input and makes something of it and sells it at 1000 Rs , then he can also claim CENVAT credit How ? well he paid excise to us 25.72 Rs ,so he has credits to the tune of 25.72 Rs ...now when he sells the final goods at 1000 Rs , he wil have to collect 12.36 % excise i.e 123.6 Rs and deposit tro revenue .. But now since he has credits available with him for 25.72 Rs paid , he will have to pay only the balance (i.e 123.6 - 25.72)= 97 Rs (Approx)... The process keeps continuing every time the seller passes on the credit and the buyer uses it to manufacture something and then sell it after value addition (Note a few important things that CENVAT is with reference to only excise and service tax ( and not CST/VAT ) Note again (1) if the Cenvat credit cannot be realised in the present year , one can file return and claim refund (2)Cenvat credit taken need not be set of in one to one basis i.e what this means is that i can set of credit (taxes paid on total input ) against collection of taxes against sale of final product(sum total) (3) Typically , purchaser always shall insist for CENVAT credit from buyer which means that if there are further stages of production for the buyer itself , then he can claim credit himself against the taxed paid later against taxes collected against sale of the processed good Peace , Amlan
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#1 Drupal Book: http://amzn.to/1PwoAo3 In the 9th tutorial on Drupal Commerce, I show you how you can create event registrations with Commerce. In doing so, we download and enable the registration and commerce_registration modules, set up a registration type, configure a new product type and then configure a work shop content type. Along the way, we create our workshop and workshop products as well as configure the proper permissions for anonymous users to register.
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BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY’S TAX GUIDE 2014-15 Clear, concise guidance on all aspects of UK taxation 33rd edition By Claire Hayes and Ruth Newman Consultant Editor: Andrew Hubbard ISBN: 978 0 75454 940 6 LEXISNEXIS/TOLLEY www.lexisnexis.co.uk THE ONLY BOOK OF ITS KIND TO PROVIDE OBJECTIVE, UNBIASED GUIDANCE ACROSS THE FULL RANGE OF UK TAXES – NOW AVAILABLE IN THE NEW THIRTY-THIRD EDITION An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Once again, the beleaguered tax payer, as well as tax lawyer and accountant, can access an authoritative source of information and guidance on taxation, thanks to the admirable efforts of Tolley’s. This latest edition from LexisNexis, of ‘Tolley’s Tax Guide 2014-15’ serves precisely this purpose. The fact that this is the thirty-third edition indicates the usefulness and reliability of this volume -- and therefore its continuing popularity over the years. As this guide is updated every year to incorporate the changes in law and practice that occur annually – with each chapter revised accordingly -- it is important that you purchase each new edition as it comes out to keep yourself up to date. This edition was published shortly after the passing of the Finance Act 2014 and includes its provisions plus the 2014-15 tax rates and all allowances. A very useful feature here, (among so many others) is the summary of the main tax changes in the past year, which allows the time-pressed reader to note the latest developments, with a view to identifying tax planning opportunities, as well as avoiding potential pitfalls. Tolley’s maintain – and no opposition here -- that this publication is the only book of its kind to provide objective, unbiased guidance across the full range of UK taxes. In summary they are: corporation tax; income tax; capital gains tax; capital allowances; inheritance tax – and administration, plus updated details of VAT and stamp taxes. Written in plain English throughout by acknowledged tax experts, the guide provides any number of real-life examples which show in practical terms, how particular forms of taxation actually work. The book commences with an introduction and outline of the UK tax system, followed by sections on employment… trading activities (sole trader, partnership or company)… land and buildings… tax and the family… and tax advice on investments. The conclusion of the book provides useful commentary on, for example, trusts and estates, charities, the construction industry and the main anti-avoidance provisions. Certainly, the book is easy to use, the no less than sixty-one page index at the back being the main navigation tool, with references to numbered paragraphs throughout. As quoted in “The Times” of London, ‘people with no financial experience can dip into the guide for clear answers to specific problems.’ The book is of major benefit not just for professionals –lawyers, accountants and so forth -- but for the general reader, whether business or personal taxpayer. Anyone who pays taxes, or advises on taxation, will want to acquire this latest edition.
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#1 Drupal Book: http://amzn.to/1PwoAo3 In this Drupal video tutorial, I show you how we can use Drupal Commerce to sell access to roles and files using the Commerce License module. In doing so, we create two new product types, associate licenses with them and then create product displays to advertise the products to users. Like most other Commerce functionality, Commerce Licenses rely on Rules, Views and a couple other modules that are needed for functionality so I highly recommend using Drush to speed up your download and enabling time. If this tutorial helped you, please visit www.TorontoWebsiteDeveloper.com.
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IADA Lease Tax Video 1
 
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Starting January 1, 2015, the Illinois Department of Revenue (IDOR) will change the way it will tax most motor vehicle leases. Public Act 98-628 provides that, for qualifying leases of qualifying vehicles, the "selling price" upon which sales tax will be imposed will be computed as the sum of all lease payments, including all amounts due at signing. All other leased vehicles will continue to be taxed on the entire selling price less any advance or third-party trade-in credits. Please make sure to contact your DMS provider to make sure that your computer software is ready for the changes that are coming on January 1st.
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BOOK REVIEW TOLLEY'S TAX CASES 2014 A comprehensive digest of reported tax decisions relevant to current legislation from 1875 to 1 January 2014 38th Edition By Alan Dolton and Kevin Walton ISBN: 978 0 7545 4945 1 TOLLEY/ LEXISNEXIS www.lexisnexis.co.uk "MINNOWS versus SHARKS -- THE CASES ARE REAL!" CONCISE SUMMARIES OF OVER 3,500 TAX AUTHORITIES REPORTED SINCE 1875 An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Now in its 38th edition, this book is highly regarded as a comprehensive and reliable reference to tax case authorities. This latest annual edition is now out there once again via Tolley (of course), a member of the LexisNexis Group worldwide. If you're a tax lawyer, accountant, or tax consultant in any capacity, you need it. Published in handy paperback format, the book contains within its 1,700 pages, more than 3,500 cases decided up to 1st January 2014, all relevant to current tax legislation. Not only that, there are 'postscripts' pertaining to later decisions which have been added where possible and relevant -- plus, almost 320 pages of tables of cases, statutes and other reference material. The authors, Alan Dolton and Kevin Walton, both former HM Inspectors of Taxes, have provided concise summaries of cases which HMRC are likely to use in support of arguments. For those seeking practical insights into how HMRC are likely to interpret specific cases, this book is a particularly useful tool. As you would expect, this edition contains a substantial amount of new material, particularly concerning the most significant 2013 court and tribunal decisions. The most important decisions reached in 2013 are discussed specifically in the introductory survey. There have been a number of important additions and amendments to specific chapters, including those covering 'Corporation Tax', 'European Law', 'Penalties' and 'Trading Receipts.' Yes, this volume is an indisputably reliable work of reference and a real time-saver for practitioners. But delve more closely into its contents and it emerges as a compendium of dispute, resolution and outcome reflective of the times we live in, as well as the realities of the law. Take for example, the c.1981 case [22.179] of the school teacher who voluntarily attended parents' evening meetings at her school. The Revenue assessed her mileage allowance and she appealed. Walton J's judgment, in summary, was that the payment was a reimbursement of expenses and not an emolument. However, the judgment (for those who consider that tax is no laughing matter) included the observation that 'the Crown spends so much time and effort persecuting minnows that it is small wonder it has no energy left to pursue the real sharks'. Be that as it may, busy and hard-pressed practitioners will appreciate the insightful commentary this book delivers throughout and the fact that it is easy to use. As the two authors point out, the book provides three ways of obtaining the information required: the detailed contents list at the beginning (as well as the contents lists which head individual chapters)... the extensive table of statutes... and the general subject index at the back. As for coverage, the book includes cases pertaining to income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax, inheritance tax, national insurance contributions, petroleum revenue tax and stamp duty land tax and more. Cases relating to value added tax are the subject of a separate volume, 'Tolley's VAT Cases.' Tax specialists will definitely need both volumes.
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For users of UK GAAP there are radical changes ahead! And like it or not, your existing knowledge will no longer be enough. Whether it be forthcoming changes to small company reporting rules; or the effect that FRSs 100-103 will have on small, non-small and specialist clients, this transition cannot be avoided. FRS 102 for example is mandatorily effective for the periods commencing on or after 1 January 2015. This standard replaces most existing UK accounting standards with a single updated point of reference. Implications of this change are far reaching and you need to be in a position to spot issues and opportunities and help clients implement this change efficiently.
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