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WELCOME. Presentation by: M. CHANDRA GOUD INCOMETAX OFFICER. Salary Taxation. Department Website. The relevant Acts, Rules, Forms and Notifications are available at the website of the Income-tax Department - www.incometaxindia.gov.in. TDS rates for Financial Year 2011-12. What is salary ?.

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Welcome

WELCOME

Presentation by:

M. CHANDRA GOUD

INCOMETAX OFFICER


Salary taxation

Salary Taxation


Department website

Department Website

The relevant Acts, Rules, Forms and Notifications are available at the website of the Income-tax Department -www.incometaxindia.gov.in


Tds rates for financial year 2011 12

TDS rates for Financial Year 2011-12


What is salary

What is salary ?

  • Salary includes

  • Wages, Any annuity or Pension, any Gratuity, any Fees, Commission, Perquisites, Leave encashment, Arrears of salary and others.


Houserent allowance u s 10 13a

HOUSERENT ALLOWANCE u/s.10(13A)

  • The least of the following exempted

  • Actual HRA received

  • Rent paid in excess of 10% of salary

  • 50% of salary in metro cities

  • 40% in other places.

  • For this purpose “Salary” includes dearness allowance if terms of employment so provide


House rent allowance

House Rent Allowance

  • The disbursing authorities should satisfy themselves in this regard by insisting on production of evidence of actual payment of rent.

  • It has been decided as an administrative measure that salaried employees drawing house rent allowance up to Rs. 3,000 per month will be exempted from production of rent receipt.


Allowances exempt amount received or limit specified which ever is less

Allowances exempt, amount received or limit specified, which ever is less

  • Children Education Allowance : Exempt up to actual amount received per child or Rs.100 p.m. per child up to maximum of two children, which ever is less.

  • Hostel Expenditure Allowance : Exempt up to actual amount received per child or Rs.300 p.m. per child up to maximum of two children, which ever is less.

  • Transport Allowance :Exempt to the extent of Rs.800 p.m.


Perquisites

The value of any benefit or amenity granted or provided free of cost or at concessional rate.

With effect from 1.4.2010 (assessment year 2010-11), the value any specified security (stock option) or sweat equity shares allotted or transferred.

PERQUISITES


Gratuity

Gratuity

  • Death Cum Retirement Gratuity received by the Central Govt./State Govt. /Local Authorities.

  • Covered by gratuity Act, 1972 & Any other gratuity, least of the following is exempted.

  • Actual amount received.

  • 15 days salary for each year of completed service

  • Rs.10,00,000/-.


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EL Encashment

  • Central Govt / State Govt Employees – Exempt

  • Other Employees-Exemption will be determined with reference to the leave to their credit at the time of retirement on superannuation, or otherwise, subject to a maximum of ten months’ leave. This exemption will be further limited to the maximum amount of Rs. 3,00,000.


Deduction on income from house property

Deduction on income fromHouse property

  • interest up to a maximum limit of Rs. 1,50,000 is allowed

    • Loan taken on or after 1-4-1999

    • for constructing/acquiring the residential. house and

    • completed within three years from the end of the financial year in which capital was borrowed.

    • No limits for the let out property

    • Only one property is eligible for deduction


Deductions under chapter vi a u s 80c 80ccc 80ccd

Deductions under chapter VI A –u/s.80C,80CCC&80CCD

  • The following investments are eligible for deduction:

  • Life Insurance Premium, Statutory Provident Fund, RPF, PPF, NSC, ULIP, Notified Units of Mutual Fund, Re-payment of housing loan, Tuition Fee paid, fixed deposit for 5 years or more with a scheduled Bank, Senior Citizen Saving Scheme, five year time deposit scheme in Post Office etc.


Deduction u s 80ccc

Deduction u/s.80CCC

  • Deduction in respect of contribution made to pension fund – any annuity plan of the LIC of India.

  • The maximum amount deductible under this section is 10 per cent of salary.


Deduction u s 80ccd

Deduction u/s.80CCD

  • Deduction in respect of contribution made to pension scheme notified by Central Govt

  • The maximum amount deductible under this section is 10 percent of salary.


Deductions u s 80cce u s 80c 80ccc 80ccd

Deductions u/s.80CCE (u/s.80C,80CCC&80CCD)

  • Amount of deduction allowable; gross qualifying amount is actual amount invested or Rs.1,00,000 which ever is lower.


Deductions u s 80cce u s 80c 80ccc 80ccd1

Deductions u/s.80CCE (u/s.80C,80CCC&80CCD)

  • Sec.80CCE amended w.e.f. the F.Y.2011-12 – The contribution made by employer to NPS u/s.80CCD(2) shall be excluded from the limit of Rs.1,00,000


Deduction u s 80ccf

Deduction u/s.80CCF

  • Deduction in respect of subscription to long term infrastructure bonds.

  • ·This deduction applicable from the assessment year 2012-13

  • Maximum deduction allowable is Rs.20,000.


Deduction u s 80d

Deduction u/s.80D

  • Medical insurance premium (Med claim Policy) paid:On the health of taxpayer, spouse, parents and dependent children

  • The premium can be paid by any mode other than cash.

  • It is paid out of income chargeable to tax.


Deduction u s 80d1

Deduction u/s.80D

  • Amount of deduction Rs.15,000 –

  • additional deduction Rs.5,000 is allowed if the policy is taken on the health of senior citizen.


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Deduction u/s.80DD

  • Deduction in respect of maintenance including medical treatment of a handicapped dependent :

  • Furnish a certificate issued by the medical authority in form No.10-IA.

  • Amount of deduction Rs.50,000 is allowed.

  • In case severe disability (80% or more), Rs.1,00,000 is allowed.

  • The person claiming deduction under this section, he should not claim any deduction under section 80U.


Deduction u s 80ddb

Deduction u/s.80DDB

  • Medical treatment of dependent or self for specified disease/ailment.

  • Amount of deduction Rs.40,000: if the person is a senior citizen Rs.60,000 is allowed.

  • This deduction is not allowable by the DDO. The employees has to claim in his/her return of income.


Deductions u s 80e

Deductions -u/s.80E

  • Payment of interest on loan taken for higher education: spouse or children

  • The loan has to be taken from any financial institution or approved charitable institution.

  • Such amount is paid out of his income chargeable to tax.

  • The deduction is available for a maximum of 8 years or till the interest is paid, whichever is earlier.


Deductions u s 80g

Deductions -u/s.80G

  • Deduction in respect of donations to certain funds, charitable institutions etc.

  • ·Deduction can be allowed by the employer only in respect of donations made to Prime Minister Relief Fund, Chief Ministers Relief Fund, Earthquake Fund, etc.

  • ·In respect of donations to charitable institutions, deductions cannot be allowed by the employer.


Deductions under chapter vi a u s 80u

Deductions under Chapter VI A-u/s.80U

  • Deduction in case of a person with disability: blindness, low vision, leprosy, hearing impairment, mental retardation and mental illness.

  • Conditions: Furnish a certificate issued by the medical authority in form No.10-IA.

  • Amount of deduction (fixed)Rs.50,000 is allowed. In case severe disability (80% or more), Rs.1,00,000 is allowed.


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Relief u/s.89(1)

  • Relief is available when salary is received in arrears or advance.

  • Application in Form-10E has to be obtained from the employee.

  • Form 10E is required to allow claim of relief u/s. 89(1)


Relief u s 89 1

Relief u/s.89(1)

  • from 1-4-2010 (assessment year 2010-11) that no such relief shall be granted in respect of any amount received or receivable by an assessee on his voluntary retirement or termination of his service.


Estimation of income for deducting tax

Estimation of Income for deducting tax

  • Method of calculation: Estimate the salary including perquisites for the financial year 2010, apply the rates, calculate the tax and divide it by 12.


Estimation of income for deducting tax1

Estimation of Income for deducting tax

  • The amount of tax so arrived should be deducted every month in equal installments. However, Any excess or deficit arising out of any previous deduction can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the amount of subsequent deductions during the same financial year.


Duties of persons responsible for deducting tax

Duties of Persons responsible for deducting tax

  • DDOs to satisfy themselves of the genuineness of claim:

  • The Drawing and Disbursing Officers should satisfy themselves about the actual deposits/subscriptions/payments made by the employees, by calling for such particulars/information as they deem necessary before allowing the aforesaid deductions.


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FORM 16

The deductor has to issue a certificate in Form No. 16 along with annexure A or B and 12BA before 31st May from the end of financial year, in which the deduction was made.


Tds on interest

TDS ON INTEREST

SCOPE OF INTEREST :

  • Interest payable in respect of

    • Monies borrowed

    • Debt incurred (including a deposit, claim etc..)

      INTEREST ON BANK DEPOSITS –

  • TDS applicable to interest on

    • term / fixed deposits

    • cumulative deposits

    • reinvestment deposits

    • variable / flexi deposits


Form no 15g 15h

Form No.15G & 15H

  • If the Depositor submits a declaration in form No.15G or 15H for non deduction of tax, the same should be forwarded to the DIT(CIB).

  • Due date- on or before 7th of the following month


Tds on interest1

TDS ON INTEREST

INTEREST ON BANK DEPOSITS –

  • each branch of a bank is considered as a unit for reckoning the threshold limit for TDS

  • interest payable on all the deposits in the branch standing in the name of a payee should be aggregated

  • interest payable in the case of a deposit in joint names should be aggregated with the interest payable to joint account holder having higher interest income (circular No. 256)


Tds on interest2

TDS ON INTEREST

RATE OF TDS

  • 10%

    THRESHOLD LIMITS

  • Rs. 10,000/- in the case of payments by banks, cooperative banks and post office (in respect of senior citizen savings scheme)

  • Rs. 50,000/- in the case of interest on compensation awarded by motor accidents claims tribunal

  • Rs. 5,000/- in all other cases

    GENERAL PRINCIPLES

  • TDS to be made on gross interest payments


Tds on contract payments

TDS ON CONTRACT PAYMENTS

SCOPE OF THE SECTION :

  • Contract payments for

    • Carrying out any work in pursuance of a contract

    • Supply of labour for carrying out any work

  • Payments made by a contractor to a sub-contractor for

    • carrying out whole or any part of the work undertaken by the contractor

    • Supply of labour for carrying out whole or any part of the work undertaken by the contractor


  • Tds on contract payments1

    TDS ON CONTRACT PAYMENTS

    RATE OF TDS

    • 1% where the contractor / subcontractor is an individual or HUF

    • 2% where the contractor / sub-contractor is a person other than individual or HUF

      THRESHOLD LIMITS

    • Rs. 30,000/- in respect of each contract (w.e.f 01/07/2010)

    • Rs. 75,000/- in the aggregate to the payee during the year in respect of all the contracts (w.e.f 01/07/2010)

      GENERAL PRINCIPLES

    • TDS to be made on gross payments and not on income comprised therein


    Tds on rent

    TDS ON RENT

    MEANING OF RENT

    • Any payment under a lease / sub-lease / tenancy or any other agreement for use of

      • Land

      • Building (including factory building)

      • Land appurtenant to a building

      • Plant

      • Machinery

      • equipment

      • Furniture

      • Fittings

        either separately or together and whether they are owned by the payee or not


    Tds on rent1

    TDS ON RENT

    RATE OF TDS

    • 2% for the use of plant, machinery or equipment (w.e.f 01/10/2009)

    • 10% for the use of other assets (w.e.f 01/10/2009)

      THRESHOLD LIMITS

    • Rs. 1,80,000/- per annum (w.e.f 01/07/2010)


    Tds on rent2

    TDS ON RENT

    GENERAL PRINCIPLES

    • In the case of jointly owned property, the threshold limit of Rs.1.80 Lakhs will apply in respect of each co-owner if the shares of the co-owners are definite and ascertainable

    • No tax is deductible on the municipal taxes, ground rent etc. borne by the tenant (circular No.718)

    • TDS is not required to be made on the service tax payable with the rent (circular No. 4 of 2008)

    • TDS to be made even if the rent receipt is assessable as a business receipt in the hands of the receipient


    Tds on commission or brokerage

    TDS ON COMMISSION OR BROKERAGE

    MEANING OF COMMISSION OR BROKERAGE

    • Payment to a person acting on behalf of the payer for

      • the services rendered (other than professional services)

      • any services in the course of buying or selling of goods

      • Services in relation to transactions in any asset, valuable articles or things other than securities

    • Relationship of principle and agent is essential between the payer and payee to characterize it as commission / brokerage


    Tds on commission or brokerage1

    TDS ON COMMISSION OR BROKERAGE

    RATE OF TDS

    • 10%

      THRESHOLD LIMIT

    • Rs. 5,000/- per annum (w.e.f 01/07/2010)


    Tds on fees for professional or technical services

    TDS ON FEES FOR PROFESSIONAL OR TECHNICAL SERVICES

    Scope of the section

    • Fees for professional services

    • Fees for technical services

    • Royalty

    • Payment towards non-compete agreement


    Tds on fees for professional or technical services1

    TDS ON FEES FOR PROFESSIONAL OR TECHNICAL SERVICES

    MEANING OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    • Services rendered by a person in the course of carrying on

      • Legal profession

      • Medical profession

      • Engineering or architectural profession

      • Accountancy profession

      • Technical consultancy

      • Interior decoration

      • Advertising

      • Authorised representative


    Tds on fees for professional or technical services2

    TDS ON FEES FOR PROFESSIONAL OR TECHNICAL SERVICES

    RATE OF TDS

    • 10%

      THRESHOLD LIMITS

    • Rs. 30,000/- per annum (w.e.f 01/07/2010)

      GENERAL PRINCIPLES

    • TDS to be made on gross payment including the reimbursement for expenses (circular no.715)


    Tds on fees for professional or technical services3

    TDS ON FEES FOR PROFESSIONAL OR TECHNICAL SERVICES

    INSTANCES OF PAYMENTS LIABLE FOR TDS

    • Payments to recruitment agencies (circular No.715)

    • payment by banks for professional services for loan processing, credit verification

    • Payments made to the Airport Authority of India towards Navigational facilities

    • Payments made by banks to MICR centre for processing and clearing MICR cheques

    • Payments made to a hospital for rendering medical services (circular no.715)

    • Payments made by an advertising agency to the models, artists and other technicians (circular no. 714)

    • Royalty paid by publishers to the authors

    • Port/access/interconnect charges paid by telecom operators


    Conditions for validity of 15g 15h declarations

    CONDITIONS FOR VALIDITY OF 15G / 15H DECLARATIONS

    • Declaration in form No. 15G not valid if the amount paid / credited exceeds the tax exemption limit

    • Declarations valid only for the assessment year mentioned therein

    • Declarations valid only for the payment / credit made subsequent to the date of declaration


    Thank you

    Thank you


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