Sunday, December 24, 2017

Employment News : 23 December to 29 December 2017

Name Of Post : Forex Officer and Integrated Treasury Officers
No.of Vacancies : 100
Last Date :13.01.2018
Name Of Post : Tradesman ‘B’
No.of Vacancies : 40
Last Date :05.01.2018
Name Of Post : Material Assistants, LDC, Fireman etc
No.of Vacancies : 818
Last Date :21 Days After Publication
Name Of Post : Senior Residents
No.of Vacancies : 193
Last Date :30 Days After Publication
Name Of Post : Cook, Water Carrier etc
No.of Vacancies : 707
Last Date :16.01.2017
Name Of Post : Skilled Work Assistant
No.of Vacancies : 57
Last Date :29.12.2017

Avoiding Income Tax notice by shifting residence or giving incorrect address? You can’t dodge taxmen now

For, whatever you do now, you won’t be able to escape the taxmen’s eye.

If you are among those taxpayers who enjoy dodging taxmen by shifting residence or giving an incorrect address to them, then think again. For, whatever you do now, you won’t be able to escape the taxmen’s eye. The Income Tax Department has amended the tax rules to ensure that tax notices are sent to the concerned assessees in all possible ways. According to tax experts, Section 282 of the Income-Tax Act, 1961 provides for ways of serving communications to the taxpayers. Further, Rule 127 of the Income Tax Rules, 1962 provides for manner and address for communications to be delivered or transmitted. Rule 127(2) of the said Rules provides that the address for serving of communications could either be the one available in the PAN database or the income tax return to which it relates/last filed or the registered office as per the website of the ministry of corporate affairs.
However, there were instances where the tax department was facing issues in serving notices in cases where the address of the taxpayers was not found either because of the change in address or an incorrect address provided, resulting in treating such communications as invalid.

“To avoid such instances, the Central Board of Direct Taxes, vide a notification dated December 20, 2017, has amended the said rule 127 by inserting a new proviso under sub-rule(2) which provides that where the communication cannot be delivered as prescribed, the communications shall be delivered or transmitted to the address of the assessee as available with the Banks or Post Office or Insurer or at address available in Government/Local authority records or in Form 61A (i.e. Statement of Financial Transaction [‘SFT’],” says Akhil Chandna, director, Grant Thornton India LLP.

In view of this, therefore, taxpayers need to be cautious by providing the correct address, otherwise the notices could land in the incorrect/ old address whereby taxpayers could miss their hearing/ replies to tax authorities on time, which could lead to penal consequences, informs Chandna.

CL of staff to be deducted on reaching office late

New Delhi:) Cracking the whip on lax babus, the Women and Child Development Department of the Delhi government would now deduct one casual leave for every three times an official reaches office after 9.45 am, besides seeking a written explanation from them.

The move comes after it was observed by the department that some officials posted at WCD Headquarters were not reaching office even till 9.45 am.
The department has issued a memorandum, stating that all officers and officials will ensure punctuality in reaching their respective office.

“As per order, one day CL will be deducted for every three late comings after 9.45 am and the officer and officials will also submit the explanation,” Deputy Director (admin) S K Srivastava said in the memorandum.

In case of non availability of CL in the leave account of officials concerned, EL (earned leave) will be deducted, the memorandum said.

“Further, all the branch in-charges of WCD (HQ) are hereby directed to obtain the CL applications from the officers/official and directed to ensure punctuality of officers and officials working under their control,” it stated.