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<br /> Income From Salary (U/S 17)
Salary is the remuneration paid by the employer to the employee for the services rendered by him for a certain period of time. It is paid in fixed intervals i.e. monthly one-twelfth of the annual salary. Salary includes: • Basic Salary or the fixed component of salary as per the terms of employment.
• Fees, Commission and Bonus that the employee gets from the employer for of his services.
• Cash, Servant Allowances that the employer pays the employee to meet his personal expenses. Allowances are taxed either fully, partially or are exempt.
Allowances which are fully taxable
• D.A. (Dearness Allowance) part of salary is fully taxable in the hand of employee.
• overtime or extra duty payment made by the employer to employee for his service.
• City Compensatory Allowance, given by the employer to his employee for meet the personal expenses.
• Deputation allowance.
Partially taxable Allowances
Partially taxable allowances are those allowance which are exempted to certain limit, in other words we can say these type of allowances are taxable after certain limit.
Type of these allowances are given below:-
House rent allowance (Exempt as per limit define in Sec. 10)
Special Allowance (Including Children education allowance, Children Hostel allowance)
Fixed Medical Allowance.
Conveyance Allowance (Exempt as per limit Define in Sec 10(14) ).
Perquisites given by employer are also taxable .
Perquisites are defined in section 17(2) of the Indian income tax act of 1961. “Perquisites as any casual emolument or benefit attached to an office or position in addition to salary or wages”.
In other words we can say Perquisites are benefits provided by the employer in addition to the normal salary at a free of cost or concession rates.
Main difference between allowances and perquisites is that allowances are part of Salary and perquisites are benefits given by employer other than salary due to position.
1. CALCULATION OF EXEMPTED HRA AMOUNT
The tax free amount of HRA is minimum following:-
a) Actually HRA Received from employer.
b) 50 Percent of the “salary” if the accommodation is in the metro cities(Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata), or 40 Percent of the “Salary” for other cities.
c) Excess rent paid over the 10% of the annual Salary
Salary (for Above calculation) - Basic Salary+ DA and Commission if received on basis of commission.
Transport allowance is exempt to 1600/- PM(under current provision.
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<h2>GOODS AND SERVICE TAX</h2>
<p>Goods and service Tax (GST) replaced Sale tax, Service Tax, Entry Tax, Excise and many indirect taxes and implemented from 01 July 2017. Government of India gives some relaxation to small Dealer and manufacturer in GST. </p>
<p>Dealers / Manufacturer having turnover up to 20 Lakh in a year not required o register under GST. </p>
<p>Dealers / Manufacturer having turnover up to 75 Lakh can register under <span style="font-weight: bold;">composite scheme</span>, this scheme only for the Dealers/Manufacturer whom are dealing in goods, but hotel that are giving room on rent and rent is up to 2500 also got benefit under this scheme. A dealer register under composite scheme cannot make interstate dealing. A dealer cannot charged or collect GST from his customer he has to pay the GST from his pocket. GST Rates under composite scheme as under:-</p><br />
<p>A new concept <span style="font-weight: bold;">RCM (Reverse Charges Mechanism)</span> is introduced under GST. However it is not new concept for service providers, because RCM is already applicable of certain type of services in Service tax. But Dealers/Manufacturer whom are dealing in goods, it is a new concept. It is first time when goods are also covered under RCM. In this concept every purchase from unregister dealer covered under RCM.<br />
Government gives relaxation for small purchases up to rs 5000/- . In other words we can say dealer have not required to pay GST under RCM up to Rs 5000/-.<br />
<p>Registration limit of rs 2000000/- and 7500000/- is not applicable to Reverse charges, hence we can say every dealer who is liable to pay RCM required to register under GST. No threshold hold limit applicable for the same.<br />
<h2>GST Returns</h2><br />
<li>1. Unregister Dealers / Manufacturer :- Unregister Dealers/Manufacturer are not required to file any return under GST.</li>
<li> Register under Composite Scheme: - Dealers/Manufacturer register under composite scheme are required to file quarterly and annual return. They have to use <span style="font-weight: bold;">GSTR-4</span> to file quarterly return and for file annual return by using <span style="font-weight: bold;">GSTR-9</span>.</li> 3.
<li>Register under Normal Scheme:- Dealers/Manufacturer who are register under normal scheme have to file regular returns and annual return as per detail given below:-</li>
<p>Details of outward supplies of taxable goods and/or services effected</p></td>
<p>10th of the next month</p></td>
<p>Details of inward supplies of taxable goods and/or services effected claiming input tax credit.</p></td>
<p>15th of the next month</p></td>
<p>Monthly return on the basis of finalization of details of outward supplies and inward supplies along with the payment of amount of tax.</p></td>
<p>20th of the next month</p></td>
<p>31st December of next financial year</p></td>
<h2>Components under GST</h2>
<p>CGST, SGST and IGST are main components under GST regime. When any business raise a invoice(register under normal scheme) have to charge IGST or CGST and SGST.When a dealer make interstate sale the he has to charge <span style="font-weight: bold;">IGST </span>in his invoice and at the time of making intra state sale has to charged CGST and SGST rate of <span style="font-weight: bold;">CGST </span>and SGST is depend on GST rates.</p>
<p>For example if GST rate is 18% then as dealer rising invoice for interstate sale he has to charged IGST @ 18% and at the time of intrastate sale then he charged CGST 95 and SGST 9%. In case of dealer location is in union territory the he has to mention UTGST in place of SGST.</p>
<h2>Impact of GST on IT Sector</h2>
<h3>Tax Rates Under Excise/VAT/Service Tax</h3>
<p>Under the old tax regime, the sale of packaged software attracts both VAT and Service tax. VAT rate is around 5% in most states and service tax rate is 15%. Excise duty is also applicable in the case of manufacturing of IT products.</p>
<p><span style="font-weight: bold;">Example</span>: If a software comes on a DVD, CD or hard disk, then there are 3 taxes that apply to it.</p>
<li> Excise duty for manufacturing of product</li>
<li> VAT/CST for sale and</li>
<li> Service tax for providing service as software can be downloadable for multiple times.</li>
<p>All such complications and double taxation will be removed under GST.</p>
<h3>Impact of GST on IT</h3>
<p>GST on IT sector will attract 18% on software services provided by software companies. For purely software services, the cost of such services will increase under GST.</p>
<h3>Export of Services</h3>
<p>GST rates for exports services are zero-rated and input taxes paid will be allowed as a refund. The default rule for place of supply (export of service) is the location of the service recipient if the address of the recipient is available. So, exporters must ensure that the address of service recipient can be presented before the authorities on request. </p>
<p>GST rate for services has increased to 18%, IT industry will definitely benefit from GST.<br />
<p><span style="font-weight: bold;">Example </span>: - Mohit sale for the month worth Rs. 1,00,000. He also has to pay an AMC of Rs. 10,000 per month on the computers used in his offices.</p>
<h2>Impact of GST on C&F Business</h2>
<p>The role of C & F agents was inter link between manufacturer and consumer. The appointment of C & F agents was basically with two purpose :</p>
<li> To sell the goods to the consumers on behalf of the company. In this case companies relax with burden of additional investment for their own offices in each or varied states or territories, and appoint C & F agents to cater their business at fixed remuneration (% on sale).</li>
<li> Other reason was to take benefit of CST on interstate sale by issuing form C, under law.</li>
<p>After introduction of GST, CST factor is gone away and companies appointed C & F agents for this factor alone are certainly effected.</p>
<p>But most of big industrial houses appoint C & F agents with economy and growth in mind and it will not effect the business of such trade houses.</p>
<p>C & f agents have to take separate GST no. for their each different state Warehouse . In this case every, state warehouse have required different GSTN and to submit different GST return. It increases the burden of compliances on C & F’s. Benefit of this is no. of warehouse decline due to GST imposed and fixed rental cost also reduced. Tax rate of all state will be same and Stock transfer will also taxable after implementation of GST. </p>
<h3> Income from House Property </h3>
<h4>Income from House property Chargeable u/s 22</h4><br />
<span style="font-weight: bold;">income under this section chargeable to tax if following conditions are satisfied:-</span>
<li>The house property should consist of any building or land appurtenant there to</li>
<li>The tax payer should be owner of the property</li>
<li>The house property should not be used for the purpose of business or profession carried on by taxpayer . </li>
<h4>Definition of above conditions</h4>
<li><span style="font-weight: bold;">The house property should consist of any building or land appurtenant there to</span></li>
<p>Rental income of vacant plot (not appurtenant to building) is not chargeable under this act but taxable under the head “PGBP” of “IOS” as case may be. <br />
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">For Example</span>:- Land given to any office in rent for parking (owner of office is other person and land has not any construction) is chargeable to tax under IOS & PGBP as case may be.</p>
<li><span style="font-weight: bold;">Tax payer should be owner of the property</span></li>
<p>Income is taxable under this section only in the hand of owner, owner can be a legal owner or deemed owner. Definition of deemed owner given in section 27.</p>
<li><span style="font-weight: bold;">Property used for Business & profession carried by taxpayer</span></li>
<p>If owner of house property used his property in his business as a Factory, Warehouse, Parking area and for any other purpose can not be taxable under this head.</p>