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Addition made on account of unexplained cash credits u/s 68 as the assessee failed to prove the source of such deposits in his bank account - assessee claims it to be out of sale proceeds of retail business - return filed u/s 44AF - Held that:- Admittedly since the turnover of the assessee is below Rs. 40 lacs, therefore, as per the provisions of section 44AF, the assessee is not expected to maintain books of accounts. The assessee disclosed income of Rs.76,235/- in his return. The impugned amounts were found to be deposited out of the sale proceeds of retail business where the total turnover/sales are to the tune of Rs.13,91,425/-. What documentary evidence can be produced by the assessee from the retail business is always not possible. No other documentary evidence was brought on record by the AO except suspecting the deposits made by the assessee. Therefore, CIT(A) rightly deleted the addition - Decided against Revenue


 

 

 

 

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