Our Team will prepare the LLP Registration application and submit the same
tax payer aggrieved by various actions of Assessing Officer can appeal before
Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals). Further appeal can be preferred before the
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal. On substantial question of law, further appeal can be filed
before the High Court and even to the Supreme Court.
you are aggrieved by an order of an Assessing Officer (AO), you can file an appeal
against the same before the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) by submitting duly
filled Form 35 online on the e-Filing portal.
CIT is governed by Companies Income Tax Act (CITA), Cap C21, LFN 2004 (as amended) CIT is a tax
imposed on profit of a company from all sources. The rate of tax is 30% of total profit of a company.
Section-122 provides that in case assessee fails to pay any sum imposed by way of
interest, fine, penalty, or any other sum payable under the provisions of this Act, the same
shall be recoverable in the manner specified in the Act for the recovery of arrears of tax.
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