1. IT Department changes PAN rules for automobile sales above Rs 2 lakh

IT Department changes PAN rules for automobile sales above Rs 2 lakh

The Directorate of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) conducted a seminar of Tuesday on quoting of PAN in respect of transactions of sale or purchase of automobiles above Rs.2 lakh and furnishing of statement of financial transaction...

By: | New Delhi | Updated: October 19, 2016 3:23 PM
The Director General of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation), Ameeta Saini, was given a detailed presentation by the Director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation), Raman Chopra. (PTI) The Director General of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation), Ameeta Saini, was given a detailed presentation by the Director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation), Raman Chopra. (PTI)

The Directorate of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) conducted a seminar of Tuesday on quoting of PAN in respect of transactions of sale or purchase of automobiles above Rs.2 lakh and furnishing of statement of financial transaction in case of receipt of cash payment exceeding Rs.2 lakh.

The Director General of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation), Ameeta Saini, was given a detailed presentation by the Director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation), Raman Chopra. Representatives of around 80 automonbile dealers attended the seminar, where Chopra apprised them about the changes in the Income Tax Act and Rules from fiscal 2016-17.

Participants also used the occasion to raise their concerns and were given clarifications on the same, a release issued by the Directorate of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) said.

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  1. Stivan J Alva
    Oct 20, 2016 at 11:20 am
    No details of changed rules... Simply names of some IT officers... after all this news is for who's benefit?
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