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Chartered Accountant’s Report Required to eligible Funds for Exemption from Business Connections in India: CBDT

Chartered Accountant - Exemption Business Connections - CBDT - Taxscan

In a recent amendment of the Income Tax Rules, 1962, a  Chartered Accountant’s Report Required to eligible Funds for Exemption from Business Connections in India.

The CBDT vide notification recently has issued the Income-tax (10th Amendment) Rules, 2020. The Rule 10V that provides the guidelines for the application of Section 9A has been amended. The Section provides that an eligible investment fund shall not be said to be resident in India merely because the eligible fund manager, undertaking fund management activities on its behalf, is situated in India.

As per section 9A of the Income Tax Act, 1961, the person along with his connected persons shall not be entitled, directly or indirectly, to more than twenty percent of the profits accruing or arising to the eligible investment fund from the transactions carried out by the fund through the fund manager.

The notification has provided for a format in the form of “FORM No. 3CEJA” pertaining to a report from an accountant to be furnished for purpose of section 9A regarding the fulfillment of certain conditions by an eligible investment fund.

To Read the full text of the Notification CLICK HERE

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