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Title: Taxpayer rights and obligations: Shifting tax administration from an enforcement to a service-based model will lead to higher yields
Other Titles: Taxpayer rights and obligations: an Indian perspective
Authors: Jha, Kinshuk
Keywords: Taxpayer rights in India
Issue Date: 21-Sep-2017
Citation: The Hindu, Chennai September 21, 2017
Abstract: This op-ed article explores the premise of a taxpayer’s rights in India and then focuses on some of the related concerns . While an attempt is there to analyse some major issues faced by both, direct and indirect taxpayers in India, the write up also takes into account some of the positive actions of the tax administrators in recognizing and encouraging this idea of taxpayer rights.
Description: Relevant provisions of the recently introduced GAAR, GST and also the renegotiated DTAAs of India have been analysed from a taxpayer’s perspective.
URI: http://www.thehindu.com/opinion/op-ed/taxpayer-rights-and-obligations/article19723024.ece
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