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CBDT issues guidelines for selection of cases for scrutiny, focus on tax evasion info by law enforcement agencies, note experts
May, 10th 2024

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has issued the guidelines for compulsory selection of income tax returns for scrutiny for the fiscal year under which it has outlined a number of cases that would be taken up.
 
While the guidelines are largely in line with those of previous years, experts noted that the CBDT continues to focus on cases of possible tax evasion where taxpayer’s information is shared by other law enforcement agencies.


 
In a recent missive to field formations, the CBDT said that in cases, in respect of which specific information pointing out tax-evasion for the relevant assessment year is provided by any law-enforcement agency, including Investigation Wing, Intelligence, Regulatory Authority, Agency and the return for the relevant assessment year is furnished by the assessee, the jurisdictional assessing officer would prepare a list of cases with prior approval. A consolidated list of such cases would be given to the Principal Commissioner of Income Tax who would then forward it to the Directorate of Income Tax (Systems). A notice under Section 143 (2) of the Income Tax Act for scrutiny would then be issued.

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