Income Tax

Small dealers and Composition Scheme : Right from the pages of GST Law

“Composition means componere, meaning “put together”. One of the  feature of Indirect Tax laws is that in order to provide a comfort to assessee from complying with the requirement of… Read more

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Should you purchase Capital Gain Bonds of NHAI or REC to save Tax?

The Gains that arise on the sale of a Long Term Capital Asset are known as Long Term Capital Gains and Capital Gains Tax is levied on such gains. However… Read more

0% Tax on Dividends received from Indian Company/ Mutual Fund

  The dividends received from any Indian Company upto Rs. 10 Lakhs are tax free in the hands of the investors under Section 10(34). However, the dividends received from any Mutual… Read more

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Computation of Short Term & Long Term Capital Gain Tax on Property

At the time of Sale of any Real Estate Property, Tax is liable to be paid on the Gains earned on the sale of the Real Estate Property. Such Gains… Read more

Tax Implications of Dividend Stripping (with Examples)

Dividend stripping is the practice of buying a share/mutual fund units, just before the declaration of dividend and then selling it off right after the receipt of dividend, when the… Read more

Loss from House Property

TDS on Property Sale @ 1% under Section 194IA [Budget 2019]

The Indian Finance Minister while announcing the Budget 2013-14 introduced TDS on Property @ 1% on all Immovable Property Transactions over Rs. 50 Lakhs under Section 194IA. Reason for Introduction of… Read more

Why is Cess and Surcharge levied separately?

The Constitution of India grants the power to the Union to raise revenue by levying cess. Article 270 of Constitution of India states that the Government can collect tax in… Read more

Special Provisions for Tax on sale of Shares/Mutual Funds by NRI

When a NRI invests in the stock market of India, he is subject to capital gain tax on the profit earned through trading done in India. There are two types… Read more

What is Take Home Salary and How to increase take home salary?

Take home salary is the amount received by an employee after subtracting all the deductions from his package or CTC (Cost to Company). The formula for computing the take home salary… Read more

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Tax on Property Transaction below Circle Rate: Section 50C, Sec 56

This article highlights the income tax treatment on purchase/sale of a property below the Stamp Duty Value under Section 50C & Section 56(2)(x). Before the explaining the treatment, lets first… Read more