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Section 194J: Provide threshold exemption of Rs. 30,000 on Directors Remuneration

The amendment to section 194J by the Finance Act, 2012 requires deduction of tax at source @ 10% on any remuneration or fees or commission, by whatever name called, to a director of a company, other than those on which tax is deductible under section 192.

Issue/Justification

The amendment to section 194J by the Finance Act, 2012 requires deduction of tax at source @ 10% on any remuneration or fees or commission, by whatever name called, to a director of a company, other than those on which tax is deductible under section 192.

However, the independent limit of Rs. 30,000 each provided for under section 194J in respect of other payments covered therein, namely, royalty, fee for technical services, fee for professional services and non-compete fees, as a threshold, beyond which TDS @ 10% would be attracted, is not being provided in respect of director’s remuneration. This unintended inequity may be removed.

Suggestion

It is suggested that section 194J be amended to provide an independent limit of Rs. 30,000, above which remuneration or fees or commission to director may be subject to tax deduction at source.

(SUGGESTIONS FOR RATIONALIZATION OF THE PROVISIONS OF DIRECT TAX LAWS)

Source-  ICAI Pre- Budget Memorandum–2018 (Direct Taxes and International Tax)
Categories: Income Tax
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