To provide some clarity on this matter, we have provided a detailed overview of how gifts are taxed in India and what all exemptions are available related to gifts. In this article, you can gain knowledge about various provisions relating to the taxability of gift received by an individual or a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) i.e. sum of money or property received by an individual or a HUF without consideration or a case in which the property is acquired for inadequate consideration.
The Union Minister of Finance and Corporate presented the first Union budget of “Amrit Kaal” 2023-24 in Parliament 01.02.2022. This budget brought funds for various schemes to achieve the vision of “Atmanirbhar Bharat”. It focused on the empowerment of women, enhancing the skills of artisans, green energy, and various other segments to provide a whole growth to the country.
This budget focused toward capex expenditure wherein priority was given to building roads, railways and highways. This budget also brought relief for the middle class in form of higher exemption slabs, more clarity on the new regime and the old regime. Also, the highest slab of surcharge has been reduced from 37% to 25% thereby reducing the maximum rate of income tax from 42.744% to 39%. Also, some products were made more economical and some were made more expensive.
Union budget 2023-24 has proposed various amendments in the Income tax act such as Change in slab rates, extended benefits to MSME Enterprises, relaxation in tax audits threshold limits, Relaxations for cooperative societies etc.
Union budget was presented by Hon’ble Finance Minister on 1st Feb 2022 in Parliament wherein various amendments are proposed under Income Tax Act and few changes are also proposed under Goods and Service Tax Act.
In this article, you will get a detailed analysis of amendments proposed by the Finance Act, 2022 in Income Tax and Goods and Service tax.
the Government has rolled out a new annual information statement expanding the scope of current Form 26-AS with the inclusion of various information categories like interest, mutual fund transactions, insurance, dividends, etc.
The government is making all the efforts to promote electronic transactions by providing various tax incentives and discouraging cash transactions by imposing various penalties or increasing tax compliances for cash transactions.