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Government reached the negotiating table in 17 cases of retro tax, expected to settle with companies by next month

RETROSPECTIVE TAX 17 cases on tax table Centre reaches out to companies for closure CAIRN ENERGY VODAFONEThe retrospective amendment made in 2012 was canceled by the government a few days ago. This initiative of the central government will help in ending the long-pending legal tussle and will also bring certainty to the investors about the tax rules.

Parliament had decided to reject the retrospective tax a few days ago, which has caused huge trouble for companies like Vodafone and Cairn Energy. This tax system was introduced in 2012 and under this notices were sent to many companies including Cairn Energy and Vodafone. According to the news of the Indian Express, now the government is in informal discussion with these companies to settle the outstanding issue. According to sources, negotiations can come about this next month. Only after this, formal statements can be issued from the government or companies regarding this.

However, the government has been repeatedly saying that its sovereign rights of taxation cannot be challenged. The government claims that under the settlement, companies will have to waive the demand for interest and other costs. Apart from this, all pending cases will have to be withdrawn. According to a senior government official, informal talks have started with the companies regarding this. According to sources, the situation on this will be clear only when the negotiations with the companies with the government are completed.

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Retrospective tax of 8100 crores raised in 17 cases

The tax demand was raised in 17 cases under the retrospective amendment brought by the previous UPA government in 2012. The government has collected Rs 8100 crore as tax in four of these 17 cases, out of which Rs 7900 crore tax was collected from Cairn Energy. If the companies indicate the settlement of the dispute, then the government will have to return this amount. The retrospective amendment made in 2012 was canceled by the government a few days ago. This initiative of the central government will help in ending the long-pending legal tussle and will also bring certainty to the investors about the tax rules.

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This is an important change

Retrospective Tax was brought in by amending the country’s Income Tax Act 1961. It was implemented in May 2012 after the consent of the then President Pranab Mukherjee. Under this, the government got the right to levy tax on mergers and acquisitions made by companies before this date. Now after about 9 years, the central government decided to reject it.
According to the new amendment, retrospective tax will no longer be levied i.e. tax will no longer be demanded on asset transfer of any Indian companies to another company before May 28, 2012. This move of the central government came after the defeat in the case of Cairn Energy in the International Arbitration Court. Apart from this, in the matter of retrospective tax imposed on Vodafone, the decision of International Arbitration is yet to come.

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