I am full time salaried (India) and did just one short term share trade for which my profit was around 80Rs. Can someone tell me which ITR form to use for filing income tax returns ?
If I remit money from Japan to my Indian salaried a/c and my stay in Japan was less than 6months then will tax be imposed on this income in this financial year? Please help. I am a bit tensed on this.
how much amount of salary we have to pay tax? my ctc is 3,31,500 per annum my monthly take home Rs.25000 but month total salary : 27,625 for me tax is applicable? normally tax will be calculated for taken or total salary?for me tax is applicable how much i have to pay?
The Income Tax Rate Rebate etc. may slightly differ during each year. What are the differences affecting salaried individuals (India) compared to the last financial year.
i am a salaried and recently i have opted to go for MBA to enhance my capabilities to help my career. The course is distance learning and i have paid Rs.25000/- as fees. Kindly let me know can i get any exemption in income tax on the fees paid for my own higher education.
Sir, I am having Interest on housing loan. My Salary is less than 5L and dont have any other income. Do i need to file income Tax return(ITR – I) . Please advice
I’m salaried and have income of 2.5 lakhs/year + I started receiving a rent of 4 lakhs per year, so how much expense can I show from my rented place so as to save all tax, currently I’m not paying any tax for my 2.5 lakh income? OR What are the expenses I can show from my rented property so as to save optimum tax?
How much does the CA or tax consultant charge for a single person(salaried employee)
I am working in a startup company, My question is, Is it mandatory for a company to deduct tax on my income or can I submit my income tax returns myself?. My company says Only they should collect and pay tax on my behalf and there is no other way around , Is it true?
The salaried class in India usually have limited source of income, yet this class have got to burn mid-night oil and be always on the lookout for new investment opportunities through which they may save for the rainy days as well as get some rebate in Income Tax under various Sections of Income Tax laws unlike big industrialists, businessmen, film stars and some sportsmen, a good number of whom often cheat Government in paying Income Tax or become defaulters, as reported in the newspapers from time to time.