Andhra Pradesh State Cooperative bank Recruitment 2013 180 Staff Assistant & Manager

Sarkari Recruitment Department of Andhra Pradesh State Cooperative Bank Limited has announced the recruitment plans for the month of Sep & Oct, 2013. According to this recruitment plans bank will give a good job opportunity to various candidates for the post of Manager position & Staff Assistant . Total 180 candidates will get job through APCOB Recruitment 2013 project. So today 19th Sep 2013 bank open online recruitment application registration at their website www.apcob.org and Interested candidates can apply for this job till the last date i.e. 9th Oct, 2013. Candidates can see all the important information, instruction, terms and conditions in this post, so kindly read it carefully.

Job Description of Andhra Pradesh Cooperative Bank (APCOB) Recruitment 2013

Total No. of Jobs: 180 Name of Posts : Staff Assistant

Manager (Scale I) No. Of Posts : 130 Posts

50 Posts

Age Limit: Applicants age is required between 18 – 28 years as on 1st Sep, 2013 . and for SC/ST/OBC Applicants have no restrictions regarding age limits as per government rules.

Education: Applicants should have completed the Graduation in any stream from recognized university.

Qualification: Applicants should have completed the Graduation in any field for the Post of Staff Assistant and For Manager Applicants should have completed the Graduation in any stream with 60% marks and if applicants have completed the graduation in B.Com, so they required at least 55% marks and Having knowledge of Telugu & English also required.

Application Fee: Rs. 400 for General Category/Other Backward Category & Rs. 50 for SC, tribe, physically challenged and ex-servicemen.Applicants can pay in two ways online or offline through the State Bank of India.

Selection Process: Online Test & Examination.

Application Process:

Application for Andhra Pradesh State Cooperative Bank (APCOB ) Recruitment 2013, registrations open, So kindly visit official website: .

Here are some Important Dates Dates of Online Registration : 19-09-2013 to 09-10-2013 Dates of Offline Payment Submission: 21-09-2013 to 14-10-2013 Dates of Online Payment Submission : 19-09-2013 to 09-10-2013

Date for Written Test Tentative Staff Assistant: 17-11-2013 Date for Written Test Tentative Manager: 16-11-2013

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Refund of Service Tax Issues & Challenges

Service Tax, as the name suggests is a tax leviable on all duties. It is a tax levied on the transactions of the facility specified by the Central Government under the finance Act, 1994. It is an indirect tax (akin to Excise duty or Sales tax), which means the service provider pays the tax and recovers the amount from the recipient of the taxable work.

Service Tax is generally recovered by Assessee in two ways:

By utilizing the same as in the form of Cenvat Credit, or

By Claiming the Refund.

Any Assessee can utilize the amount of duty paid by him in excess by adjusting the same with the duty amount paid in subsequent period. Refund of tax can be claimed by Assessee where self- adjustment of Service Tax is not feasible.

Refund of Service Tax generally happens in case of export oriented companies (STPI, SEZ, EOU units) which export their final product/duty, as no tax is levied by Government to promote the export. Such companies disburse excise on the input/output assistance procured by them but are not able to utilize the Cenvat Credit because no due is received by them on export of their services. As a result, such companies have to opt the procedure of claiming refund for unutilized cenvat (tax) credit.

The Export Oriented Units, especially the STPI units have been facing many hurdles and difficulties while claiming the service tax refunds. There had been inordinate delays towards the scrutiny of refund applications coupled with rejections of the claimed amounts due to various reasons by the designated authorities, primary reasons being:

Time Limitation for the refund claim of duties.
Relevant date for the calculation of limitation period in respect of filing the refund claim.
Implication of the Principle of Doctrine of Unjust Enrichment.
Submission of separate Foreign Exchange Remittance Certificate (FIRC) in case of segregated export of goods & utilities.
Submission of Original documents such as Invoice, BL, SB, BRC etc.

The Central Board of Excise & Customs is seized of this matter and has been regularly clarifying on this issue through various clarifications/Notifications covering many procedural issues with respect to refund of service tax paid. It has settled many issues like the time within which the refund claim shall be filed, acceptance of certified photocopies as a valid document, submission of self-certified statement along with FIRCs etc.

Despite various initiatives taken by the department, there has been a huge pendency of tax refunds primarily because of the incomplete documentation by the claimants, tedious process of physical verification of documents submitted to the department and the difference of perception between the claimant and the department regarding the admissibility of input services eligible for refund.

There are many specialized Service Tax Consultant in Delhi, NCR that helps companies in sorting out the problems they face related to tax. But it is always advisable to do some serious research before contacting a STPI Consultant in Delhi.

Tax Debt & Bankruptcy

Generally, Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney advocates that if you owe debts to the Internal Revenue Service or other State’s equivalent agencies, the debt is not dischargeable in bankruptcy but for very particular circumstances concerned. In case of bankruptcy Chapter 7, a complete discharge of allowable debts is possible whereas in bankruptcy Chapter 13 a payment arrangement is designed to disburse some debts while the remaining debts are discharged. In the bankruptcy laws, usually the tax debts are taken care of in the same manner as in both bankruptcy Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 petitions. The majority of tax debts cannot be discharged in bankruptcy says Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer. A bankruptcy petitioner who has tax debts has to essentially fulfill the required five criteria for discharge and the majority of people are not able to fulfill these criteria.

All tax debts are related to a specific tax return and tax year keeping that in consideration the bankruptcy law has laid out specified criteria in relation to how old a tax debt can be explains Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney.

If the income tax debt of a petitioner fulfills all of the five rules, then that tax debt can be discharged in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions. The Five Rules to Discharge Tax Debts are listed here: 1. The due date is at any rate three years ago for filing a tax return. 2. The tax return has been filed at any rate two years ago. 3. The tax assessment done is at any rate 240 days old. 4. The tax return has not been fraudulent. 5. The taxpayer has not been at fault of tax evasion.

Some ‘Tax Debts’ are ‘Not Dischargeable’ according to Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer such as the tax debts arising from unfiled tax returns. The IRS customarily reviews tax on unfiled returns. However, only if the taxpayer files a tax return for the year in question such tax liabilities cannot be discharged.

Prior to a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is granted, the bankruptcy petitioner needs to provide evidence that the four preceding tax returns have been filed with the IRS and not after the date of the first creditors’ meeting in a bankruptcy case as well as offer a copy of their most recent tax return to the bankruptcy court.

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