Tax Planning

Deduction u/s. 80C for tuition / school / education fees

Income Tax - Deduction for tuition fees u/s. 80c of the Income Tax Act 1961 is available to Individual Assessee and is not available to HUF. Maximum Child: Deduction under this section is available for tuition fees paid on two children’s education. If Assessee have more then two children then he can claim tuition fees paid of only two children’s. ...

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Deduction under section 80C and Tax Planning

Income Tax - Section 80C replaced the existing Section 88 with more or less the same investment mix available in Section 88. The new section 80C has become effective w.e.f. 1st April, 2006. Even the section 80CCC on pension scheme contributions was merged with the above 80C. However, this new section has allowed a major change in the method of prov...

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What every investor needs to know about Capital Gains Account Scheme?

Income Tax - Mr Chaudhury has just sold his old ancestral house for a lump sum consideration of Rs. 20,00,000. He has now set his eyes on a new apartment which is due for possession within the next two years. Mr. Chaudhury is in a dilemma, he is aware that the amount he has received is a Capital Gain in his hands and is liable to tax. His intention is...

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Succession planning – Life moves with Trust

Income Tax - Reflecting on ownership or leadership succession provokes an extreme emotional reaction for business and asset owners, as this is a reminder of age and mortality, which innately clouds the human mind with fear, feeling of loss of control or influence. A stress free mind calls for a simple and robust succession plan to protect the assets a...

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A new way to do tax planning and why hardly anyone “gets it”

Income Tax - It really hurts to see a large pie of the salary cut towards tax. So the obvious question in everyones mind is How do I reduce my tax?. Every year we are forced to invest in something which reduces our tax liability. It may be NSC…it may be PPF…it may be ulip…it may be Mutual Fund ELSS....

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DTC will not provide deduction for donation to relegious trust and may tax NGOs

Income Tax - Trusts and institutions carrying out charitable activities will face more stringent taxation regime when the new direct taxes code comes into play from April 1, 2011.The new Code will particularly hit non-governmental organisations (NGOs). All NGOs and charitable trusts registered with the Tax Department may be required to fork out 15 per...

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Fund managers not willing to annouce dividend this year

Income Tax - Money managers, who have historically used dividends as a ploy to lure investors to tax-saving stock funds, are shying away from payouts this year, as a savage share market decline limits distributable surplus. Only seven tax funds have announced dividends in 2008/09, compared to 20 last year. The March quarter, which typically sees hecti...

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S. 10(38) Sale of land through sale of shares by company holding only land is valid

M/s Bhoruka Engineering Inds. Ltd Vs The Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax (Karnatka High Court) - Bhoruka Steel Limited (BSL) was incorporated in the year 1969. The company became a sick industrial company within the meaning of SICA.It was proposed that 30 acres of land along with building and structure to be disposed of....

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Supreme Court upheld Dividend-Stripping Law

CIT Vs. Walfort Share & Stock Brokers (Supreme Court of India) - Wallfort Shares & Stock Brokers, a Five Member Special Bench of the Tribunal (96 ITD 1 (Mum) (SB)) and the Bombay High Court (310 ITR 421 (Bom)) held that the ‘loss’ incurred by an assessee in ‘dividend-stripping’ transactions cannot be disallowed on the ground that it was ‘tax-planning‘...

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Deduction u/s. 80C for tuition / school / education fees

Deduction for tuition fees u/s. 80c of the Income Tax Act 1961 is available to Individual Assessee and is not available to HUF. Maximum Child: Deduction under this section is available for tuition fees paid on two children’s education. If Assessee have more then two children then he can claim tuition fees paid of only two children’s. ...

Read More

Deduction under section 80C and Tax Planning

Section 80C replaced the existing Section 88 with more or less the same investment mix available in Section 88. The new section 80C has become effective w.e.f. 1st April, 2006. Even the section 80CCC on pension scheme contributions was merged with the above 80C. However, this new section has allowed a major change in the method of prov...

Read More

What every investor needs to know about Capital Gains Account Scheme?

Mr Chaudhury has just sold his old ancestral house for a lump sum consideration of Rs. 20,00,000. He has now set his eyes on a new apartment which is due for possession within the next two years. Mr. Chaudhury is in a dilemma, he is aware that the amount he has received is a Capital Gain in his hands and is liable to tax. His intention is...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Succession planning – Life moves with Trust

Reflecting on ownership or leadership succession provokes an extreme emotional reaction for business and asset owners, as this is a reminder of age and mortality, which innately clouds the human mind with fear, feeling of loss of control or influence. A stress free mind calls for a simple and robust succession plan to protect the assets a...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

A new way to do tax planning and why hardly anyone “gets it”

It really hurts to see a large pie of the salary cut towards tax. So the obvious question in everyones mind is How do I reduce my tax?. Every year we are forced to invest in something which reduces our tax liability. It may be NSC…it may be PPF…it may be ulip…it may be Mutual Fund ELSS....

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Top 5 Legal ways to Save Tax

The Income Tax Act allows a salaried individual to claim certain deductions in order to save on taxes. However, to avail the benefits of such deductions, the individual must ensure proper tax planning during the year. Such deductions are allowed on the Gross Total Income (GTI), and income tax is levied on the balance income, […]...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

It’s Not Too Late To Save tax!

The deadline for making tax saving investments is 31 March. But, there is still time to adopt last minute tax saving tips to claims tax benefits offered by the Government. This article discusses some tax investment avenues which can be utilized before 31 March to lower one’s overall tax liability....

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Now is the time to attack! Start firing bullets at your taxes

Act before March-end, so that you don’t have to regret in July! So many clients put their palms on their head, when it is the time to pay taxes and file return, in July. Taxes have already fired at them, they have done nothing to save themselves against the tax shots....

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Tax Benefits on Home Loan

Article deals with Tax Benefit on Home loan under section 80C for Loan Principal Payment, Section 24 for Interest Payment, Tax planning of Home Loan & HRA....

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Advance Tax Provisions, Payment Challan, e-payment Utility & Examples

As per section 208, every person whose estimated tax liability for the year is Rs. 10,000 or more, shall pay his tax in advance, in the form of “advance tax”. In this part you can gain knowledge on various provisions relating to payment of advance tax by a taxpayer....

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