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CA. Kapil Mittal

Reduced Income tax rate of 15% to new Domestic Companies Registered on or after 1 October 2019

A new section 115BAB has been inserted, giving an option of a reduced Income tax rate of 15% to new domestic companies setup and registered on or after 1 October 2019 and engaged solely in the business of manufacturing or production of any article or thing and research in relation to, ordistribution of such article or thing manufactured or produced by it. Upon considering the applicable surcharge of 10% and health and education cess of 4%, the effective tax rate works out to be 17.16%. This provision has been targeted at attracting fresh investments in manufacturing and thereby provide boost

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income tax amendment
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CA. Kavit Vijay

Welcome changes in Income tax rates

Amidst various economic measures announced by the Hon’ble Finance Minister (‘Hon’ble FM’) from time to time during August and September 2019, several income tax-related amendments were announced by the Hon’ble FM on 20 September 2019. The measures announced pertain to change in Income Tax rates, Minimum Alternate Tax (‘MAT’) and Buy-back tax and are aimed promoting growth and investment. It is noteworthy that the Taxation Laws (Amendment) Ordinance 2019 (‘Ordinance’) has been passed barely within two months from the notification of Finance (No. 2) Act, 2019. The amendments in the ordinance pertain to the Income-tax Act, 1961 as well as

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UNION BUDGET 2019
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CA. Kavit Vijay

Union Budget 2019 – Income Tax amendments applicable from 1 September 2019

The Indian Parliament has passed the Finance Act (No. 2), 2019 (‘2019 Finance Act’) during July 2019 and has received the assent of the President of India on 1 August 2019. Various provisions part of the 2019 Finance Act are applicable retrospectively from 1 April 2019. However, certain provisions pertaining to procedural aspects and compliances like Tax Deducted at Source (‘TDS’) were proposed to be made effective from 1 September 2019. Let us now look at some of the amendments effective from 1 September 2019. 1. Section 194IA – TDS on incidental payments towards property purchases Erstwhile provisions: Any payments

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Measures to Boost Economy
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CA. Kavit Vijay

Measures to Boost Economy – Part 1 | Announcements by Finance Ministry

Announcements made by the Hon’ble Finance Minister during the Press Conference held on 23 August 2019 The Indian Parliament had passed the Finance Act (No. 2), 2019 during July 2019. Being the first Budget presented by the Government after a sweeping majority in the recent elections to the Lower House of the Parliament, the focus was on stabilising the economy and undertaking structural macro-economic reforms to inter alia derive benefits from the demonetisation exercise conducted in November 2016 and the introduction of Goods and Services Tax in July 2017.  The budget was also focussed on tax optimisation, increasing the tax

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UNION BUDGET 2019
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CA. Kavit Vijay

Key highlights on UNION BUDGET 2019

After interim budget in February, 2019, Hon’ble Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her first union budget, 2019 on 5th July, 2019. While presenting budget, Hon’ble FM focused around promoting investment in infrastructure, higher surcharge for super riches, reduction in corporate tax rate, reduction in taxes of electric vehicles etc. Budget also focused on promotion of digital transactions by way of reduction in charges for digital payments, TDS on cash withdrawal etc. Finance Bill, 2019 proposed various amendments in Income Tax Act, 1961, Central Goods and Service Tax Act, 2017 etc. Gamut of various changes proposed is as follows: 1. Central

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The Income Tax Department Will Share ITR Data With GST For Tax Evasion
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CA. Kavit Vijay

The Income Tax Will Share ITR Data With GST For Tax Evasion

1. Handshake Between The Income Tax Department And GST Will Benefit The Economy India is a growing economy and one of the fastest developing nations in the world; nevertheless, tax evasion in the country is cutting the economy like a hot knife through the butter. Although India is deemed to be the fastest growing economy with an enhanced military might, there is a stark difference in the standard of living among its citizens. This disparity is partly due to a vast number of tax-payers not contributing or evading tax. This idea of one nation- one tax is strengthened with the

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Budget 2019 tax update
Income Tax
CA. Kapil Mittal

Budget 2019 Tax Updates | Highlights For Taxpayers

Being the last budget of the present government, The budget 2019 had been much talked about. All the sections of the society had been looking forward to the changes that the government has to bring in. This budget has included everyone and has been focused on improving the condition of the financial condition of the middle class. There have been amendments in the Income Tax Act 1961 and Goods and Services tax along with changes in many other areas as well. With the raising of the standard tax deduction for people who had made investments in savings, which constitute around

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CBDT Identifies Non-Filers Through Non-Filers Monitoring System (NMS)
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CA. Kavit Vijay

CBDT Identifies Non-Filers Through Non-Filers Monitoring System (NMS)

1. CBDT Identifies Non-Filers Through Non-Filers Monitoring System (NMS) Based on the following source of information, Non-Filers Monitoring System (NMS) identify / monitors the persons who enter into high value transactions and have potential tax liabilities, however, the tax return of such person are still not filed such as – Statement of Financial Transaction, Tax Deduction at Source, Tax Collection at Source, Information about foreign remittances, Export and imports data etc. With a view to reduce the compliance cost of the taxpayer, the department has enabled e-verification of all these Non-Filers Monitoring System (NMS) cases. Information relating to the Non-Filers

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