General Anti-avoidance Rule


'General Anti-avoidance Rule' - 78 News Result(s)

  • What Is GAAR? It Will Come Into Force From April 1

    What Is GAAR? It Will Come Into Force From April 1

    GAAR is a set of rules under which the tax department get the right to scrutinise transactions if they believe that they are structured for the purpose of avoiding taxes.

  • General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) To Take Effect From April 1

    General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) To Take Effect From April 1

    In a clarification on implementation of GAAR, CBDT said the provisions will not apply if the tax benefits obtained are permissible under the limitation of benefits clause provided in tax treaties.

  • General Anti-Avoidance Tax Rule To Kick In From April 2017

    General Anti-Avoidance Tax Rule To Kick In From April 2017

    General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) was part of the 2012-13 Budget speech of the then Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee to check tax evasion and avoidance.

  • GAAR Not To Apply On Income From Investments Before April 1

    GAAR Not To Apply On Income From Investments Before April 1

    To clear the air on retrospective applicability of the General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR), the Income Tax Department has said the same will not apply to income from transfer of investments before April 1, 2017.

  • FPI Inflow Hits $12 Billion so far in 2015

    FPI Inflow Hits $12 Billion so far in 2015

    Overseas investors have poured in $2.5 billion into the Indian capital markets so far this month, taking the total inflow to around $12 billion since the beginning of the year.

  • FPIs Pump In Rs 24,500 Crore in February

    FPIs Pump In Rs 24,500 Crore in February

    Foreign investors poured in over Rs 24,500 crore in Indian capital markets last month and analysts expect the inflows to rise after the Union Budget sought to address concerns on controversial issues like GAAR (General Anti-Avoidance Rules) and retrospective taxation.

  • Budget Woos Foreign Investors With Tax Incentives

    Budget Woos Foreign Investors With Tax Incentives

    The government , keen to rekindle economic growth, wooed foreign investors on Saturday with a Budget that delayed controversial rules to target tax avoidance and maintained lower taxes on income from debt investments.

  • Budget: Why Sensex is Down Over 650 Points From Day's High

    Budget: Why Sensex is Down Over 650 Points From Day's High

    Another big reason may be the absence of foreign investors on a Saturday, analysts added. Mr Jaitley proposed the postponement of the dreaded General Anti-Avoidance Rules or GAAR by two years.

  • Sensex Gain on GAAR Delay, Plan to Reduce Corporate Tax Rate

    Sensex Gain on GAAR Delay, Plan to Reduce Corporate Tax Rate

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty rose nearly 1 per cent today, recovering from earlier falls after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley proposed to cut the corporate tax rate over the next four years and delayed the implementation of planned General Anti-Avoidance Rules(GAAR) by two years.

  • Union Budget: GAAR Deferred by 2 Years in Big Relief to Foreign Investors

    Union Budget: GAAR Deferred by 2 Years in Big Relief to Foreign Investors

    In his first full-year Budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the postponement of the dreaded General Anti-Avoidance Rules or GAAR by two years. GAAR was supposed to kick in from April 1, 2015.

  • No Amnesty for Tax Evaders; Government Vows Re-look at GAAR

    No Amnesty for Tax Evaders; Government Vows Re-look at GAAR

    The government on Wednesday ruled out any tax amnesty scheme to unearth black money saying it goes against honest taxpayers even as it sought to send out a positive signal to investors by promising a re-look at the controversial GAAR shortly.

  • No Final Decision Yet on GAAR: Jaitley

    No Final Decision Yet on GAAR: Jaitley

    Introduced in 2012, the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR), were aimed at companies routing money through tax havens such as Mauritius, but implementation was delayed after an uproar from investors who feared harassment from tax authorities.

  • Government Yet to Decide on GAAR: Official

    Government Yet to Decide on GAAR: Official

    The general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR) announced by the previous government had sparked alarm among foreign investors because of provisions that included tightening rules on investments from countries that have double taxation treaties with India.

  • Spotlight on GAAR, Q1 Earnings in Stock Markets this Week: Report

    Spotlight on GAAR, Q1 Earnings in Stock Markets this Week: Report

    While the Budget has been hailed by industry as being reform-oriented, the absence of GAAR (General Anti-Avoidance Rules) clarification is said to have made a section of investors nervous. The Sensex ended at 25,024.35 on Friday, after losing over 930 points in the week.

  • Government to Take Call on Tax Law GAAR Soon: Revenue Secretary

    Government to Take Call on Tax Law GAAR Soon: Revenue Secretary

    Amid industry apprehensions, Revenue Secretary Shaktikanta Das has said the government would shortly take a view on whether the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) should be implemented from the scheduled date of April, 2015.

'General Anti-avoidance Rule' - 7 Video Result(s)

'General Anti-avoidance Rule' - 78 News Result(s)

  • What Is GAAR? It Will Come Into Force From April 1

    What Is GAAR? It Will Come Into Force From April 1

    GAAR is a set of rules under which the tax department get the right to scrutinise transactions if they believe that they are structured for the purpose of avoiding taxes.

  • General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) To Take Effect From April 1

    General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) To Take Effect From April 1

    In a clarification on implementation of GAAR, CBDT said the provisions will not apply if the tax benefits obtained are permissible under the limitation of benefits clause provided in tax treaties.

  • General Anti-Avoidance Tax Rule To Kick In From April 2017

    General Anti-Avoidance Tax Rule To Kick In From April 2017

    General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) was part of the 2012-13 Budget speech of the then Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee to check tax evasion and avoidance.

  • GAAR Not To Apply On Income From Investments Before April 1

    GAAR Not To Apply On Income From Investments Before April 1

    To clear the air on retrospective applicability of the General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR), the Income Tax Department has said the same will not apply to income from transfer of investments before April 1, 2017.

  • FPI Inflow Hits $12 Billion so far in 2015

    FPI Inflow Hits $12 Billion so far in 2015

    Overseas investors have poured in $2.5 billion into the Indian capital markets so far this month, taking the total inflow to around $12 billion since the beginning of the year.

  • FPIs Pump In Rs 24,500 Crore in February

    FPIs Pump In Rs 24,500 Crore in February

    Foreign investors poured in over Rs 24,500 crore in Indian capital markets last month and analysts expect the inflows to rise after the Union Budget sought to address concerns on controversial issues like GAAR (General Anti-Avoidance Rules) and retrospective taxation.

  • Budget Woos Foreign Investors With Tax Incentives

    Budget Woos Foreign Investors With Tax Incentives

    The government , keen to rekindle economic growth, wooed foreign investors on Saturday with a Budget that delayed controversial rules to target tax avoidance and maintained lower taxes on income from debt investments.

  • Budget: Why Sensex is Down Over 650 Points From Day's High

    Budget: Why Sensex is Down Over 650 Points From Day's High

    Another big reason may be the absence of foreign investors on a Saturday, analysts added. Mr Jaitley proposed the postponement of the dreaded General Anti-Avoidance Rules or GAAR by two years.

  • Sensex Gain on GAAR Delay, Plan to Reduce Corporate Tax Rate

    Sensex Gain on GAAR Delay, Plan to Reduce Corporate Tax Rate

    The BSE Sensex and Nifty rose nearly 1 per cent today, recovering from earlier falls after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley proposed to cut the corporate tax rate over the next four years and delayed the implementation of planned General Anti-Avoidance Rules(GAAR) by two years.

  • Union Budget: GAAR Deferred by 2 Years in Big Relief to Foreign Investors

    Union Budget: GAAR Deferred by 2 Years in Big Relief to Foreign Investors

    In his first full-year Budget, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced the postponement of the dreaded General Anti-Avoidance Rules or GAAR by two years. GAAR was supposed to kick in from April 1, 2015.

  • No Amnesty for Tax Evaders; Government Vows Re-look at GAAR

    No Amnesty for Tax Evaders; Government Vows Re-look at GAAR

    The government on Wednesday ruled out any tax amnesty scheme to unearth black money saying it goes against honest taxpayers even as it sought to send out a positive signal to investors by promising a re-look at the controversial GAAR shortly.

  • No Final Decision Yet on GAAR: Jaitley

    No Final Decision Yet on GAAR: Jaitley

    Introduced in 2012, the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR), were aimed at companies routing money through tax havens such as Mauritius, but implementation was delayed after an uproar from investors who feared harassment from tax authorities.

  • Government Yet to Decide on GAAR: Official

    Government Yet to Decide on GAAR: Official

    The general anti-avoidance rules (GAAR) announced by the previous government had sparked alarm among foreign investors because of provisions that included tightening rules on investments from countries that have double taxation treaties with India.

  • Spotlight on GAAR, Q1 Earnings in Stock Markets this Week: Report

    Spotlight on GAAR, Q1 Earnings in Stock Markets this Week: Report

    While the Budget has been hailed by industry as being reform-oriented, the absence of GAAR (General Anti-Avoidance Rules) clarification is said to have made a section of investors nervous. The Sensex ended at 25,024.35 on Friday, after losing over 930 points in the week.

  • Government to Take Call on Tax Law GAAR Soon: Revenue Secretary

    Government to Take Call on Tax Law GAAR Soon: Revenue Secretary

    Amid industry apprehensions, Revenue Secretary Shaktikanta Das has said the government would shortly take a view on whether the General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) should be implemented from the scheduled date of April, 2015.

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