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Difference between Personal Income Tax rates 2016-17 and 2017-18 in India
  Budget 2017-18, Income Tax for individuals                                                      Compared to previous year, the income tax rate between 2.5 Lakhs and 5 Lakhs has been reduced to 5%.  The rate of Continue reading »
Income Tax Act Section 56 as per Budget 2017-18
Budget 2017-18, Income Tax Act Section 56   It is proposed to widen the scope of section 56 of the Income-tax Act to provide that any money, immovable property or specified movable property received without consideration or with inadequate consideration, by any person, subject to certain exemption and exceptions, shall be taxable if its value exceeds rupees fifty thousand.               Learn Imports and Expor Continue reading »
Who is a very Senior Citizen under Income Tax rules India?
  What is the age criteria for very senior citizens under Income Tax Act of India? This post explains about the term Very Senior Citizen under Income Tax Rules of India. Who is eligible to claim Income Tax exemption under the term very Senior Citizen? What is the age limit to become a very senior citizen in India under Income Tax rules? Any Indian resident citizen whose age is 80 years or above at any time during the respective year falls under the term very Senior Citi Continue reading »
Who is a senior citizen under Income Tax rules India?
  What is the age criteria for senior citizens under Income Tax Act of India? This post explains about Senior Citizen under Income Tax Rules of India.   // Who is eligible to claim Income Tax Exemption under the term Senior Citizen? What is the age limit to become a senior citizen in India under Income Tax rules? Any Indian resident citizen whose age is 60 years or above at any time during the respective year falls under the term Senior Citi Continue reading »
Financial Year under Income Tax rules
Meaning of Financial Year under Income Tax rules   What is the meaning of Financial Year in India in terms of Income Tax rules? The financial year is the year in which you earn an income.  The tax on such income is liable to pay with returns in assessment year which is next to financial year.  In India, the financial year starts from April 1st and ends on March 31st of year next.   If current financial year starts from 1st April 2016 and ends on 31st March Continue reading »
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Assessment year as per Income Tax rules in India
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Income Tax Slabs in India for the year 2016-17
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Income Tax Slab for Individuals for the year 2016-17
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Income Tax Slab for India citizens aged above 80 years
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Income Tax slab for Senior Citizens for current year
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Difference between Senior Citizen and Very Senior Citizen
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Difference between Assessment year and Financial year
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Budget 2016-2017, Tax benefits changes in Housing loans and Constructions
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Income Tax exemptions, as per Indian Budget 2016-17
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Budget 2016-17 changes in income tax for corporates (corporate tax)
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Tax proposals to professionals under Indian Budget 2016-17
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Income tax changes as per budget 2016-17, advantages to tenents
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Benefit to individual small tax payers, Income tax changes in Budget 2016-17
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Income tax slab changes for Senior Citizens (Men and Women above 60 years of age), but below 80 years
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Income tax slab changes for Company other than a Domestic Company
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Budget 2015-16, income tax slabs changes for Domestic Company
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Income Tax slabs for Local Authority under Budget 015-16
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Budget 2015-16, Changes in Income Tax slabs for Firm
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Budget 2015-16, Changes in Income Tax slabs for Co-operative Society
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Budget 2015-16, Changes in Income Tax slabs for Men and Women above 80 years of age
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Budget 2015-16 Income Tax slab changes under general category (Individual)

 
 
   
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