perquisites in salary

Must components in your Salary to minimise tax burden

Income Tax - Salary income is taxable in the hands of an individual in the year of receipt or earning of salary income, whichever is earlier. Here are some of the safe components of your salary structure which can minimse your tax burden and help you plan your Salary Structure - ...

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Tax Treatment of Income from Salary in Brief

Income Tax - Salary is defined to include: a) Wages b) Annuity c) Pension d) Gratuity e) Fees, Commission, Perquisites, Profits in lieu of or in addition to Salary or Wages f) Advance of Salary g) Leave Encashment h) Annual accretion to the balance of Recognized Provident Fund i) Transferred balance in Recognized Provident Fund j) Contribution by Cent...

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All about Tax on Salary Income

Income Tax - I have started writing this article keeping in mind the questions raised in minds of salaried class taxpayers. Also, it is aimed to address the doubts of all those who file the Return of their salaried class clients....

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Rs 40,000 Standard deduction on salary income

Income Tax - It is proposed to allow a standard deduction upto Rs 40,000/- or the amount of salary received, whichever is less. Consequently the present exemption in respect of Transport Allowance (except in case of differently abled persons) and reimbursement of medical expenses is proposed to be withdrawn....

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Income Chargeable under The Head Salaries

Income Tax - Salary in common parlance means any amount paid by an employer to his employees in lieu of services rendered by them. However income tax act 1961 defines the term salary u/s 17(1) to include the following monetary as well as non monetary payments ...

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GST on Gift and perquisites supplied by companies to their employees

Income Tax - Gifts up to a value of Rs 50,000/- per year by an employer to his employee are outside the ambit of GST. However, gifts of value more than Rs 50,000/- made without consideration are subject to GST, when made in the course or furtherance of business. It is being reported that gifts and perquisites supplied […]...

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SBI Interest Rates on 1st April, 2011- For perquisite valuation

Income Tax - State Bank of India: Interest Rates on 1st April, 2011- For the purpose of computing perquisite valuation Interest rates as on 1st April, 2011 on various loans in Personal Segment advances are as under – ...

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New perquisite Valuation rules taxed almost all the perks

Income Tax - THE much-awaited perquisite valuation rules have finally been notified by the CBDT. The Board has amended Rule 3 to give effect to the abolition of FBT, announced in the Budget 2009. Vide Income Tax (13th) Amendment Rules, the Board has notified the new valuation guidelines w.e.f April 1, 2009 for the AY 2010-11. Although the rules are la...

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If you salary has larger proportion of perquisites then you will need to pay more tax for this year

Income Tax - It's not often that the taxman comes to sting you five-and-a-half months after the budget speech. But finance minister Pranab Mukherjee's decision to abolish the fringe benefits tax (FBT) last July is only now being clarified by the taxman, and the net result is that you will pay more tax.Not everybody, though. The abolition of FBT affect...

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FBT replaced by perquisites, Government notified rules related to valuation of perquisites

Income Tax - Employees will now have to pay taxes on perquisites given to them by their employers as the Central Board of Direct Taxes has notified the much-awaited rules for valuation of the benefits. With these rules, the fringe benefit tax (FBT) being paid by employers for giving non-cash benefits, including cars and employee stock options (ESOPs),...

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Foreign Business Tour by Non-Employee Director/Shareholder of Company not taxable as Perquisite

Mrs Kinty Suri Vs ITO (ITAT Delhi) - Assessee was a non-employee director and share holder in the company and no salary or director’s fees was paid to her by the company during the year under consideration....

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Rent-Free Accommodation cannot be taxed if Salary is NIL

ITO Vs Sri Raghu Nandan Modi (ITAT Kolkata) - As the assessee was not drawing any salary from POL then in our considered view the perquisites cannot be determined in terms of the provision of Sec. 17(2) r.w.r. 3 of the Rules. ...

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Revision in TDS due date & Supporting for claim of Deduction from Salary

Notification No. 30/2016-Income Tax - (29/04/2016) - 26C. Furnishing of evidence of claims by employee for deduction of tax under section 192.- (1) The assessee shall furnish to the person responsible for making payment under sub-section (1) of section 192, the evidence or the particulars of the claims referred to in sub-rule (2), in Form No.12BB for ...

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TDS on Salary for Assessment Year 2015-16

Circular No. 17/2014 - Income Tax - (10/12/2014) - CIRCULAR NO : 17/2014 Circular contains the rates of deduction of income-tax from the payment of income chargeable under the head 'Salaries' during the financial year 2014-15 and explains certain related provisions of the Act and Income-tax Rules, 1962 (hereinafter the Rules). Circular helps employ...

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Revised rules for valuation of perquisites for F.Y. 2009-10 & amp; onwards

Notification No. 94/2009 - Income Tax - (18/12/2009) - Notification No. 94/2009 - Income Tax For the purpose of computing the income chargeable under the head Salaries, the value of perquisites provided by the employer directly or indirectly to the assessee (hereinafter referred to as employee) or to any member of his household by reason of his employm...

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Circular No. 9/2003-Income Tax Dated 18-11-2003

Circular No. 9/2003-Income Tax - (18/11/2003) - Income Tax Circular No. 9/2003 Reference is invited to Circular No. 13/2002 dated 23-12-2002 wherein the the rates of deduction of income-tax from the payment of income under the head ‘Salaries’ under section 192 of the Income-tax Act, 1961, during the financial year 2002-03, were intimated. The...

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Must components in your Salary to minimise tax burden

Salary income is taxable in the hands of an individual in the year of receipt or earning of salary income, whichever is earlier. Here are some of the safe components of your salary structure which can minimse your tax burden and help you plan your Salary Structure - ...

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Tax Treatment of Income from Salary in Brief

Salary is defined to include: a) Wages b) Annuity c) Pension d) Gratuity e) Fees, Commission, Perquisites, Profits in lieu of or in addition to Salary or Wages f) Advance of Salary g) Leave Encashment h) Annual accretion to the balance of Recognized Provident Fund i) Transferred balance in Recognized Provident Fund j) Contribution by Cent...

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All about Tax on Salary Income

I have started writing this article keeping in mind the questions raised in minds of salaried class taxpayers. Also, it is aimed to address the doubts of all those who file the Return of their salaried class clients....

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

Rs 40,000 Standard deduction on salary income

It is proposed to allow a standard deduction upto Rs 40,000/- or the amount of salary received, whichever is less. Consequently the present exemption in respect of Transport Allowance (except in case of differently abled persons) and reimbursement of medical expenses is proposed to be withdrawn....

Read More
Posted Under: Income Tax |

Income Chargeable under The Head Salaries

Salary in common parlance means any amount paid by an employer to his employees in lieu of services rendered by them. However income tax act 1961 defines the term salary u/s 17(1) to include the following monetary as well as non monetary payments ...

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Posted Under: Income Tax |

Foreign Business Tour by Non-Employee Director/Shareholder of Company not taxable as Perquisite

Mrs Kinty Suri Vs ITO (ITAT Delhi)

Assessee was a non-employee director and share holder in the company and no salary or director’s fees was paid to her by the company during the year under consideration....

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GST on Gift and perquisites supplied by companies to their employees

Gifts up to a value of Rs 50,000/- per year by an employer to his employee are outside the ambit of GST. However, gifts of value more than Rs 50,000/- made without consideration are subject to GST, when made in the course or furtherance of business. It is being reported that gifts and perquisites supplied […]...

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Rent-Free Accommodation cannot be taxed if Salary is NIL

ITO Vs Sri Raghu Nandan Modi (ITAT Kolkata)

As the assessee was not drawing any salary from POL then in our considered view the perquisites cannot be determined in terms of the provision of Sec. 17(2) r.w.r. 3 of the Rules. ...

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Collect Form 12BB from employees -Recent changes in Salary return-Form 24Q

CBDT had in its Finance Act, 2015 had introduced a new section 192(2D) of the Income-tax Act, (‘the IT Act’) wherein the person responsible for making payment of salary (employer) was obliged to collect the necessary evidence or proof in Form 12BB to allow any claim for any deduction and/or tax saving investments....

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Revision in TDS due date & Supporting for claim of Deduction from Salary

Notification No. 30/2016-Income Tax (29/04/2016)

26C. Furnishing of evidence of claims by employee for deduction of tax under section 192.- (1) The assessee shall furnish to the person responsible for making payment under sub-section (1) of section 192, the evidence or the particulars of the claims referred to in sub-rule (2), in Form No.12BB for the purpose of estimating his income or ...

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