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The income tax law is contained in the Income Tax Act, 1961 and Income Tax Act covers the following matters:- Basis of charging income tax. Computation of income tax under various heads Exempted incomes Permissible deductions from income. Rebates and relieves from income tax. Clubbing of income. Set off and carry forward of losses. Double taxation relief. Special provision for …

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As we know that the major source of revenue of Government is taxes. These taxes are divided in two parts; one is direct taxes and other one is called indirect taxes. Direct taxes can be classified as income tax, wealth tax and expenditure tax etc. and indirect taxes are excise duty, sales tax, service tax and custom duty etc. In …

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In common view, budget means the estimation of expenses and incomes. Same way, the Union Budget is a statement of estimated receipts and expenditures of the Government of India. Government has to spend a heavy amount on heavy industries, infrastructure, internal and external security, education, employment generation, health, transportation etc. To meet the above requirements, the Government has to raise …

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HIGHLIGHTS OF AMENDMENTS IN INCOME TAX ACT INFINANCE BILL 2013:- Followings are few amendments in finance bill 2013:- Basic Exemption:- There is no change in basic exemption limits or slab rates. Surcharge:- If total income of Individuals, HUF, AOP, BOI, Co-operative society, firm etc, exceeds Rs.1 crore then the surcharge shall be levied 10%. Income of securitization trust shall …

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For Male Individuals below 60 years (Resident of India) INCOME TAX RATES UP TO 200000 0 200001 TO 500000 10% 500001 TO 1000000 20% 1000001 and above 30% Notes: Add: Education Cess 2% on Income Tax Payable Add: Secondary & Higher Education Cess 1% on Income Tax Payable No Surcharge will be charged on Income Tax Payable …

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When the income tax payable on the total income of any company in any financial year is less than 18.5% of book profit of that company during the same financial year, then the tax payable by the company shall be deemed to be equal to 18.5% of the book profit. We call it Minimum Alternative Tax (MAT). Book profit for …

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LEAVE ENCASHMENT OR LEAVE SALARY (F.Y.2016-17):- When any employee does not avail his/her leaves as per terms of employment then he/she gets the salary in lieu of non-availed leaves. This type of payment is called leave encashment. As per Indian Income Tax Act, the leave encashment is exempt from income tax subject to the following conditions:- In case of Central …

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Cash Payment:- Payment can be made in cash for any purpose. Only the problem in payment through cash is, risk factor. You cannot carry the big cash with you. It is very difficult to keep huge cash with you. Cash payment is desirable for small or petty payments only. In India there is a rule that you can not make …

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Meaning of Commuted Pension:- When any lump-sum payment is made in lieu of periodical payment of pension then it will called as commuted pension. Treatment of Commuted Pension from Income Tax Point of View:- The Pension is an income. As per Indian Income Tax Act, the receipt from pension is treated as under:- Any payment received as commuted pension by …

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According to Indian Income Tax Act, any gratuity received by the employee, is exempt from his/her income as under:- Death-cum-retirement gratuity received by any employee of Central Government, Local Government and Local Authorities is exempt from income tax with out any limit. For example: Mr. X is the employee of Central Government. He received the gratuity for Rs.20,00,000/=  (Rs. Twenty …


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