Reetu | Mar 12, 2023 |
CA Association representation on Oblivious status of appeals before CIT(A)
In a letter of representation, it is stated, “We are an association of Chartered Accountants based at Surat, representing the hardships arising undertaken under various taxation laws, out of the professional work of Chartered Accountants, their employees, their clients and employees of their clients (hereinafter referred to as the “Stakeholders”).”
Appeals filed half a decade ago (and even a decade ago in some cases), are yet to decide the fate of the taxpayer who is anxiously anticipating a favourable outcome. To show hope of justice is a good thing, but to linger one or rob the hope out of them is the most deplorable act of all. Such is the situation of the taxpayers who had filed appeal, which is their legal right to protect their interests, irrespective of the outcome. The number of such hapless taxpayers is on a rise and has already surpassed half a million. On the other hand, disposal of cases is snailpaced.
Kindly note that the number of pending litigations are all time high in the last 5 years. Also, there is a substantial increase in the number of litigations in FY 2021-22 and FY 2022-23 not sufficiently complemented by disposal of such appeals.
To Read More Download PDF Given Below:
In case of any Doubt regarding Membership you can mail us at [email protected]
Join Studycafe's WhatsApp Group or Telegram Channel for Latest Updates on Government Job, Sarkari Naukri, Private Jobs, Income Tax, GST, Companies Act, Judgements and CA, CS, ICWA, and MUCH MORE!"