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Tax notice slapped on 350 firms

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The (CBEC) has slapped notices on over 350 companies, including (IOC), JK Steel, Sun Pharma, the and Hindustan Zinc for speedy recovery of arrears.
 
The move follows Finance Minister P Chidambaram's directive to taxmen to go all out to recover arrears. The has posted on its website the names of companies that have been served notices under Section 142 of the Customs Act to recover its dues running into crores.
 
has negligible arrears that arose out of some problem in its taking advantage of modvat credit.There are over two dozen steel companies, including Triveni Steel, Iron & Steel, Somnath Steel, Yogesh Steel, Unity Steel, Swaminarayam Steel and Trident Steel, in the list.
 
Most of the companies are based in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam and Kerala.
 
Of the undisputed recoverable arrears, the department has been asked to mop up at least Rs 10,000 crore in both direct and indirect arrears this fiscal.
 
The income-department has also been internally directed to utilise Section 281b of the Income Act, which allows temporary attachment of properties for recovering dues.

 
 

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Tax notice slapped on 350 firms

The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) has slapped notices on over 350 companies, including Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), JK Steel, Sun Pharma, the Maharashtra State Electricity Board and
The (CBEC) has slapped notices on over 350 companies, including (IOC), JK Steel, Sun Pharma, the and Hindustan Zinc for speedy recovery of arrears.
 
The move follows Finance Minister P Chidambaram's directive to taxmen to go all out to recover arrears. The has posted on its website the names of companies that have been served notices under Section 142 of the Customs Act to recover its dues running into crores.
 
has negligible arrears that arose out of some problem in its taking advantage of modvat credit.There are over two dozen steel companies, including Triveni Steel, Iron & Steel, Somnath Steel, Yogesh Steel, Unity Steel, Swaminarayam Steel and Trident Steel, in the list.
 
Most of the companies are based in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam and Kerala.
 
Of the undisputed recoverable arrears, the department has been asked to mop up at least Rs 10,000 crore in both direct and indirect arrears this fiscal.
 
The income-department has also been internally directed to utilise Section 281b of the Income Act, which allows temporary attachment of properties for recovering dues.

 
 
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Tax notice slapped on 350 firms

The (CBEC) has slapped notices on over 350 companies, including (IOC), JK Steel, Sun Pharma, the and Hindustan Zinc for speedy recovery of arrears.
 
The move follows Finance Minister P Chidambaram's directive to taxmen to go all out to recover arrears. The has posted on its website the names of companies that have been served notices under Section 142 of the Customs Act to recover its dues running into crores.
 
has negligible arrears that arose out of some problem in its taking advantage of modvat credit.There are over two dozen steel companies, including Triveni Steel, Iron & Steel, Somnath Steel, Yogesh Steel, Unity Steel, Swaminarayam Steel and Trident Steel, in the list.
 
Most of the companies are based in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Bihar, Assam and Kerala.
 
Of the undisputed recoverable arrears, the department has been asked to mop up at least Rs 10,000 crore in both direct and indirect arrears this fiscal.
 
The income-department has also been internally directed to utilise Section 281b of the Income Act, which allows temporary attachment of properties for recovering dues.

 
 

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