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View: The only way to cure the fear of taxation is to respect the honest taxpayer

View: The only way to cure the fear of taxation is to respect the honest taxpayer
View: The only way to cure the fear of taxation is to respect the honest taxpayer

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The faceless assessment scheme is a major change in the work flow and processes of the I-T department that has always functioned in well-defined geographical areas. Dynamic sphere of control — where a tax return filed in, say, Delhi would be looked into by a team of tax officials stationed in, say, Chennai — is a novel concept.

by P S Puniha The image of an income-tax (I-T) office in most of our minds is that of a space that is full of files and papers. Along with that is the fear of the tax official, who always seems to know more than he reveals. This mental picture is now slated to change with I-T assessments to become ‘faceless’ and ‘anonymous’.One won’t have to visit the I-T office or know one’s tax-assessing officer, who now has been placed behind an anonymous
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