2.1 That the CIT (Appelle) had not found that obtaining the aforementioned stamp duty had not created a new asset in the capital and had not given the complainant a permanent advantage in treating stamp duty as an investment charge. Some print titles have been “Property owners, Agents to charge holdings 6% stamp duty and reit to FIRS,” “TUC Rejects 6% Stamp Duty on Rent,” “Labour rejects 6% stamp duty on the leasenancy, lease agreement,” especially suggesting that stamp duty on lease/leaselease agreements bei-ig von 6%. 12. We have carefully considered the competing allegations and maintained the injunctions of the lower authorities negligently. At the end of the year, the evaluator presents various expenses at the end of the year, i.e. On March 31. It may happen that the parties` invoices were not received on that date when the notator`s accounts were completed. In such cases, the noted person makes estimated provisions for expenses on the basis of the mandate or agreement, etc. This provision is made by debiting the corresponding expense account and crediting the expense account. The corresponding expense account is of course debited into each year`s income statement.
The provision of expenses payable is of course recorded in the year-end balance sheet under the head of creditors/debts, etc. On the first day of the following year, this expense account will be credited to the next year`s expense account. When and when these invoices, for which provisions have been taken in the past year and for which the provision of expenses payable is cancelled by the credit for the calculation of the next year`s fees, the assessment of the amount of the invoice on that expense account is debited. Therefore, this does not affect next year`s income statement. Cancelling the provision is only a control account. The Assessee also deducts source tax at the end of the year on such provisions, if not deducted equally, is not permitted u/s 40 a) (ia) of the deed. Assessee is a company and must therefore keep its mandatory accrual accounting. Delimitation means that revenues and costs are generated, i.e. they are accounted for when they are earned or generated (and are not received or paid in the form of money) and are recorded in the financial statements of the periods to which they relate.