n.1.(Zool.) The pilot whale or blackfish.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Under Section 154 of the Income Tax Act, when an application for amendment is made by an assessee, deductor or collector with a view to rectifying any mistake in their case records prepared by the assessing officer ( AO) of the department, it is incumbent on the AO to either allow the amendment or reject the claim after perusal of records within six months.
Therefore, it has recommended that a non-resident can furnish to the deductor his tax identification number (instead of PAN) in the country of residence, and in case there is no such number, a unique number on the basis of which the person is identified by the government can be issued.
The TRC has to be submitted to the deductor (in most cases it is a bank).
The Supreme Court has rejected this view of the assessing officer and held that interest has to be paid in every case where tax has been paid in excess of the statutory liability, irrespective of whether such tax is paid by the assessee on his own account or in his capacity as a deductor.
(iii) Deductor for Rough and Final part (DRF): The DRF module separates the information of rough and final part which is required for generating strings and finish cut machinable volume calculation.
E incluso, si consideramos que Pompeyo no solo fue el impulsor de este acontecimiento, sino que habia actuado personalmente como deductor; en ese caso Gn.
Preliminary results in this section seem to point to the fact that narrowing-driven partial evaluation is better suited to performing deforestation (and elimination of multiple traversals of the same data structure) than the partial deductor ECCE.
As per income tax rules, TDS is to be deducted by the deductor (employer) from the salary of the employee and has to be filed every quarter or in three months time with the tax department.
The TRC has to be submitted to the deductor ( in most cases it is a bank).