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Asha Jaiswal

Location Gorakhpur

Area of Expertise Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Family Law, Taxation

Experience of Practice 4 years

Practising at Gorakhpur

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    Private User asked for solution

    Nov 12 at 10:55 pm

    Hello sir How many years we have to pay the tax for a vehicle and for the property.If any of the person missed the payment of tax .Is there is possible of paying tax in next year and is there any penalty for due.

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    Nov 13 at 06:54 am

    Hlo user according to government rule after 31 august will genrate ITR with penalty 1000 if yearly income less than 5 lakh and if yearly income above 5 lakh with penlaty upto rs 6000 ok thanks.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 23 at 12:03 pm

    Me and my brother started a medical shop 10 back. I invested money for the shop establishment and was working medical agency so I didn't work for that new shop but it was a deal that he should pay 50% of profits it me per month. Then after 5 year looking at the accounts and all he was showing all fake profits to me gave very less share of the profit. What should I do now???

  • Asha Jaiswal offered a solution

    Oct 23 at 08:31 pm

    Hlo user this is fraud case you can help expert ok thanks.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 20 at 03:13 pm

    Good evening,I want to clarify one doubt if any person did not pay tax for 2 or 3 years due to some loss or some problems what are the legal problems should he face.To avoid problems what measures should he take and is their any more penalty we should pay as tax.

  • Asha Jaiswal offered a solution

    Oct 20 at 06:21 pm

    Hlo user you will pay because this is government rule you have this, that problem whatever don't care after all will pay so be alert ok thanks.

  • Anurag Singhal May 06 at 12:32 pm

    If you are talking about Income Tax, then you don't need to file the return if you had losses. But it is always better to file returns even you have losses, so that you may take advantage of loss incurred in the next financial year.

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    Private User asked for solution

    Oct 14 at 09:30 pm

    hello earlier there were different taxes and under income tax there were several heads, but has it changed after GST or not. because GST is very confusing still for me . and also tell me what is the rate charged on capital gains and speculative gains

  • Asha Jaiswal offered a solution

    Oct 14 at 10:01 pm

    Hlo user we were previously more tax pay but nowdays taxes integrated after that came GST. If your yearly income above 20 lakh can take GST thanks.

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    Vikas Kumar asked for solution

    Oct 01 at 07:03 pm

    hey madam very good evening to you I have started my own business please guide me about the taxation how to create a tax pin number where to create the tax pin number because it is the partnership business

  • Asha Jaiswal offered a solution

    Oct 01 at 07:23 pm

    Hlo user we did used previously tax tin no but nowdays it's converting in GST no ok thanks.

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    Nanda Khaba asked for solution

    Oct 03 at 12:42 am

    What is the minimum income that a person can be taxed under income tax department ? or is there any rule that evrybody who earn money needed to be taxed under income tax department? what is the percentage that we need to pay ?

  • Asha Jaiswal offered a solution

    Oct 03 at 07:17 am

    Hlo user if your yearly income rs 2,46000 can nill return that means you will not tax pay and if your yearly income more than 2,46000 can tax pay ok thanks.

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