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Service Tax - Started By: - Arvind Pangaonkar - Dated:- 17-11-2017 Last Replied Date:- 18-11-2017 - Sir I had not registered for service tax payment, but was paid remuneration under 194J . I have received notice to pay arrears. Is there any limit for the arrears as to for how many past years the tax authorities can ask me to pay. It was just that I was completely nanaware of service tax hence this query. Regards Arvind Pangaonkar - Reply By Ramaswamy S - The Reply = 5+1 year (total six years).Re .....

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on, regarding my profession, I was in R&D as General manager. Since 2010(I was 65 years old), I was hired as a consultant till Feb 2017. Now at home. In form 26AS, the remuneration is under 194J. The notice and further correspondence started with my earnings as consultant (fy 2014-15) which has been more than 20 lakh per year. Kindly offer comments Regards - Reply By Ganeshan Kalyani - The Reply = Sir, you were appointed as a consultant which means you were a provider of service. You were su .....

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he company, situation would have been different. I think you worked under contract.You were not employee after 2010. TDS is also part of taxable value for the purpose of payment of ST. Supposing that you were not employee and remained under contract for Taxable Service, you are required to deposit ST with interest and minimum applicable penalty and get the file closed. The department can back for last 5 years. If any person collects ST but does not deposit then no time limit. Threshold exemption .....

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g my situation.Best regards and have a good day.RegardsArvind Pangaonkar 9894401025 - Reply By KASTURI SETHI - The Reply = Dear Sh.Kalyani Ji, As per Section 68(1) of the Finance Act, 1994, the service receiver is legally bound to pay ST to the Service Provider and Service Provider is required to collect from him and deposit into Central Govt. Account, whatever may be terms and conditions of the agreement. Agreement/contract cannot be executed in violation of letter and spirit of Service Tax law .....

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