Need Tally
for Clients?

Contact Us! Here

  Tally Auditor

License (Renewal)
  Tally Gold

License Renewal

  Tally Silver

License Renewal
  Tally Silver

New Licence
  Tally Gold

New Licence
 
Open DEMAT Account with in 24 Hrs and start investing now!
« Top Headlines »
Open DEMAT Account in 24 hrs
 Income tax returns for FY 2023-24: Keep these 8 tax law changes in mind while filing ITR this year
 ITR Filing 2024: Know who can and cannot file income tax returns using ITR-1 this year
 Income Tax Filing: 10 necessary guidelines that you must be aware of
 Why you should file your income tax returns before July 31
 What is Form 26AS? How to download Form 26AS to file Income Tax Return (ITR)
 Income Tax Return: What are the alternatives to Form 16 that can be used while filing ITR?
 What should you do if your Form 16 data doesn't match your ITR prefilled form?
 Check your Form 26AS, AIS carefully for error-free income tax return filing
 10 ITR filing mistakes which can cost taxpayers dearly
 Income Tax Return (ITR) Filing Deadlines FY 2023-24: A Quick Guide for Different Taxpayers
 ITR Filing FY24: 6 key points taxpayers must know as July 31 deadline looms large

Expenses on bonus shares is revenue expenditure, rules SC
October, 03rd 2006
The Supreme Court has ruled that expenditure incurred in the process of issuing bonus shares is a revenue expenditure and the company is eligible to avail of tax benefits while filing returns. While hearing an appeal filed by the commissioner of income tax for disallowing tax breaks claimed by General Insurance Corporation, the apex court Bench observed: The issue of bonus shares leaves the capital employed unchanged and does not result in conferring an enduring benefit to the company and the same has to be regarded as revenue expenditure. The Bench, comprising Justice Ashok Bhan and Justice Markandey Katju, said: Issuance of bonus shares by capitalisation of reserves is merely a reallocation of a companys funds. There is no inflow of fresh funds or increase in the capital employed, which remains the same. The issue before the court was whether the expenditure incurred in connection with the issuance of bonus shares is a capital expenditure or revenue expenditure. GIC, which has four subsidiaries, filed a return of Rs 58.52 crore along with the audit report for the assessment year 1991-92. However, the assessing officer disallowed a few expenses incurred as revenue expenditure to the tune of Rs 1.4 crore incurred toward stamp duty and registration fees paid in connection with the increase in authorised share capital.
Home | About Us | Terms and Conditions | Contact Us
Copyright 2024 CAinINDIA All Right Reserved.
Designed and Developed by Ritz Consulting