Rule – 10CA, Computation of arm’s length price in certain cases
March 15, 2018
Rule – 10D, Information and documents to be kept and maintained under section 92D
March 15, 2018

Rule – 10CB, Computation of interest income pursuant to secondary adjustments

10CB. (1) For the purposes of sub-section (2) of section 92CE of the Act, the time limit for repatriation of excess money shall be on or before ninety days,—

(i) from the due date of filing of return under sub-section (1) of section 139 of the Act where primary adjustments to transfer price has been made suo-moto by the assessee in his return of income;
(ii) from the date of the order of Assessing Officer or the appellate authority, as the case may be, if the primary adjustments to transfer price as determined in the aforesaid order has been accepted by the assessee;
(iii) from the due date of filing of return under sub-section (1) of section 139 of the Act in the case of agreement for advance pricing entered into by the assessee under section 92CD ;
(iv) from the due date of filing of return under sub-section (1) section 139 of the Act in the case of option exercised by the assessee as per the safe harbour rules under section 92CB;or
(v) from the due date of filing of return under sub-section (1) section 139 of the Act in the case of an agreement made under the mutual agreement procedure under a Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement entered into under section 90 or 90A;

(2) The imputed per annum interest income on excess money which is not repatriated within the time limit as per sub-section (1) of section 92CE of the Act shall be computed,—

(i) at the one year marginal cost of fund lending rate of State Bank of India as on 1st of April of the relevant previous year plus three hundred twenty five basis points in the cases where the international transaction is denominated in Indian rupee; or
(ii) at six month London Interbank Offered Rate as on 30th September of the relevant previous year plus three hundred basis points in the cases where the international transaction is denominated in foreign currency.

Explanation— For the purposes of this rule “International transaction” shall have the meaning assigned to it in section 92B of the Act.

2 Comments

  1. Charan says:

    How the basis points can be converted to monetary terms?

    • CA@HostBooks says:

      Basis points (bps) are a unit of measure which used in finance to describe the changes in percentage in the value of financial instruments. 1 basis point is equal to .01% that means 100 basis point is equal to 1%. Generally, basis points are refer in case of changes in interest rates and return on bonds.

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