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India’s Union Budget 2023 was presented by the Finance Minister on 1st February 2023. The budget focuses on boosting infrastructure, healthcare, education, and agriculture. Overall, the budget aims to create a self-reliant India and provide a boost to the country’s economic growth. Key Highlights and Amendments in Budget 2023 The new tax regime for Individual and
Income from salary is one of the major sources of income for individuals and is subject to income tax. As per the Income Tax Act of 1961, salary income is defined as any payment received by an individual in the course of his or her employment, including wages, gratuity, and retirement benefits. Basis of Charge
Deductions and Exemptions can help reduce your tax liability and increase your refund, but understanding the eligibility criteria, documentation requirements and the process of claiming them can be complicated. In this article, we will provide an overview of tax deductions and exemptions available and how to claim them. Difference between Deductions & Exemptions Deductions are
Cost of acquisition, as defined in Section 55(2) of the Income Tax Act, 1961, refers to the cost incurred by an individual or entity in acquiring an asset. This cost includes the purchase price, as well as any expenses incurred in connection with the acquisition of the asset, such as stamp duty and registration fees.
Income Tax on Sale of Shares : Section 112A provides that notwithstanding anything contained in section 112, a concessional rate of tax @10% will be leviable on the long-term capital gains exceeding Rs. 1,00,000 on transfer of – (a) an equity share in a company; or(b) a unit of a business trust; or(c) a unit
Section 54 F : Exemption of Capital gains in cases of investment in residential house Exemption under Section 54F of the Income Tax Act, 1961, the long term capital gains earned by selling a capital asset except a house property can be claimed from tax subject to the given condition. The capital assets comprise bonds,
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