New Direct Tax Code


'New Direct Tax Code' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Government Drops DTC, Sees No Merit in Going Ahead With New Law

    Government Drops DTC, Sees No Merit in Going Ahead With New Law

    The DTC was first mooted in 2008 to overhaul the five-decade-old Income Tax Act to facilitate voluntary tax compliance and reducing litigations.

  • 'Bad Taxes' Like Cess, Surcharge Need to Go: Economic Survey

    'Bad Taxes' Like Cess, Surcharge Need to Go: Economic Survey

    India's complex taxation system needs a revamp through new laws - Good and Services Tax (GST) and Direct Taxes Code (DTC) - as "bad taxes" like surcharges, cess and dividend distribution levy need to "eventually go" so as to boost investments as well as GDP growth, according to a government document.

  • Finance Ministry not in favour of tax sops for CSR in backward regions

    Finance Ministry not in favour of tax sops for CSR in backward regions

    In the new revised draft Direct Taxes Code (DTC) bill, the Finance Ministry has observed that allowing deduction for CSR expenditure would imply the government would be contributing one third of this expenditure as revenue foregone.

  • Direct Taxes Code 2013: How it affects you

    Direct Taxes Code 2013: How it affects you

    The Finance Ministry on Tuesday released a revised Direct Taxes Code (DTC) for comments. The new tax code is meant to create an efficient direct tax system by replacing the archaic Income Tax Act. The Direct Taxes Code Bill, 2010, was introduced in the Lok Sabha in 2010 and was later referred to the Standing Committee on Finance.

  • Why all life insurance plans may not save tax

    Why all life insurance plans may not save tax

    While insurance plans do offer tax benefits up to Rs 1 lakh under section 80c of the income tax act, new change in rules and regulations especially with the implementation of Direct Taxes Code (DTC) means one needs to be careful while selecting any insurance product simply because of its tax related benefits

  • Direct Taxes Code Bill to be tabled after noting panel recommendations: Shome

    Direct Taxes Code Bill to be tabled after noting panel recommendations: Shome

    The government will come up with a modified Direct Taxes Code (DTC) Bill after incorporating the suggestions of the standing committee on finance, which among things had suggested raising annual income tax exemption limit to Rs 3 lakh.

  • Three years of UPA-II: 5 key reforms that got away

    Three years of UPA-II: 5 key reforms that got away

    Three years after the UPA government came to power, it still hasn't moved on key reforms.

  • GAAR deferred but new tax rule may keep foreign investors away

    GAAR deferred but new tax rule may keep foreign investors away

    Foreign investors may be relieved over GAAR tax proposals being pushed back but a new taxation framework could make their India investments riskier. The proposals, that are a part of the Finance Bill, state that capital gains arising from the transfer of shares or interest in a non-Indian company – in case the share or interest derives directly o...

  • New draft for tax code underway

    The new draft for the direct tax code (DTC) could be released by the June 7 or 8. The long awaited document could include a significant cut in tax rates but also seek to widen the tax base. The new tax code is India’s biggest tax reform and the finance ministry has struggle to convince stakeholders to sign up for nearly a year now. Fi...

  • Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • GST, new tax regime from 2011-12: FM

    GST, new tax regime from 2011-12: FM

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Pranab tables new tax bill in Lok Sabha

    The Direct Tax Code bill, which is aimed at simplifying the country's archaic direct tax laws, was tabled in the Lok Sabha today by the finance minister. The new laws are supposed to be applicable from April 1, 2012. The bill proposes to increase the income tax threshold limit for individuals to Rs 2 lakh from the present limit of Rs 1.6 lak...

  • New direct tax code: Major relief for salaried class

    In a move that could leave more money in the hands of people, the government on Thursday proposed to raise exemption limit on income tax from the present Rs 1.6 lakh to Rs 2 lakh. The new Act would usher in reduced tax rates and exemptions that may come into effect from next fiscal. The bill also proposes income tax for Rs 2- Rs 5 lakh...

'New Direct Tax Code' - 13 Video Result(s)

'New Direct Tax Code' - 18 News Result(s)

  • Government Drops DTC, Sees No Merit in Going Ahead With New Law

    Government Drops DTC, Sees No Merit in Going Ahead With New Law

    The DTC was first mooted in 2008 to overhaul the five-decade-old Income Tax Act to facilitate voluntary tax compliance and reducing litigations.

  • 'Bad Taxes' Like Cess, Surcharge Need to Go: Economic Survey

    'Bad Taxes' Like Cess, Surcharge Need to Go: Economic Survey

    India's complex taxation system needs a revamp through new laws - Good and Services Tax (GST) and Direct Taxes Code (DTC) - as "bad taxes" like surcharges, cess and dividend distribution levy need to "eventually go" so as to boost investments as well as GDP growth, according to a government document.

  • Finance Ministry not in favour of tax sops for CSR in backward regions

    Finance Ministry not in favour of tax sops for CSR in backward regions

    In the new revised draft Direct Taxes Code (DTC) bill, the Finance Ministry has observed that allowing deduction for CSR expenditure would imply the government would be contributing one third of this expenditure as revenue foregone.

  • Direct Taxes Code 2013: How it affects you

    Direct Taxes Code 2013: How it affects you

    The Finance Ministry on Tuesday released a revised Direct Taxes Code (DTC) for comments. The new tax code is meant to create an efficient direct tax system by replacing the archaic Income Tax Act. The Direct Taxes Code Bill, 2010, was introduced in the Lok Sabha in 2010 and was later referred to the Standing Committee on Finance.

  • Why all life insurance plans may not save tax

    Why all life insurance plans may not save tax

    While insurance plans do offer tax benefits up to Rs 1 lakh under section 80c of the income tax act, new change in rules and regulations especially with the implementation of Direct Taxes Code (DTC) means one needs to be careful while selecting any insurance product simply because of its tax related benefits

  • Direct Taxes Code Bill to be tabled after noting panel recommendations: Shome

    Direct Taxes Code Bill to be tabled after noting panel recommendations: Shome

    The government will come up with a modified Direct Taxes Code (DTC) Bill after incorporating the suggestions of the standing committee on finance, which among things had suggested raising annual income tax exemption limit to Rs 3 lakh.

  • Three years of UPA-II: 5 key reforms that got away

    Three years of UPA-II: 5 key reforms that got away

    Three years after the UPA government came to power, it still hasn't moved on key reforms.

  • GAAR deferred but new tax rule may keep foreign investors away

    GAAR deferred but new tax rule may keep foreign investors away

    Foreign investors may be relieved over GAAR tax proposals being pushed back but a new taxation framework could make their India investments riskier. The proposals, that are a part of the Finance Bill, state that capital gains arising from the transfer of shares or interest in a non-Indian company – in case the share or interest derives directly o...

  • New draft for tax code underway

    The new draft for the direct tax code (DTC) could be released by the June 7 or 8. The long awaited document could include a significant cut in tax rates but also seek to widen the tax base. The new tax code is India’s biggest tax reform and the finance ministry has struggle to convince stakeholders to sign up for nearly a year now. Fi...

  • Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Market undergoes a bout of volatility; new direct tax code from 1 April 2011

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • GST, new tax regime from 2011-12: FM

    GST, new tax regime from 2011-12: FM

    Ajay Singh, director of SpiceJet, says a 10 per cent service tax imposed on domestic air travel in the Budget would mean an increase in air ticket prices by about Rs 350-400 given that the average economy fair is between Rs 3500-4000.

  • Pranab tables new tax bill in Lok Sabha

    The Direct Tax Code bill, which is aimed at simplifying the country's archaic direct tax laws, was tabled in the Lok Sabha today by the finance minister. The new laws are supposed to be applicable from April 1, 2012. The bill proposes to increase the income tax threshold limit for individuals to Rs 2 lakh from the present limit of Rs 1.6 lak...

  • New direct tax code: Major relief for salaried class

    In a move that could leave more money in the hands of people, the government on Thursday proposed to raise exemption limit on income tax from the present Rs 1.6 lakh to Rs 2 lakh. The new Act would usher in reduced tax rates and exemptions that may come into effect from next fiscal. The bill also proposes income tax for Rs 2- Rs 5 lakh...

  • New Direct Tax Code: Pay less in taxes from April 2011

    New Direct Tax Code: Pay less in taxes from April 2011

    A windfall for taxpayers from the next financial year. You will in fact have to pay less Direct taxes in every slab of income. This comes with the Cabinet clearing the Direct tax code.The much-awaited Direct Taxes Code (DTC) Bill is likely to be tabled in Parliament during the ongoing Monsoon session and thereafter it may be referred to a select co...

  • To save on taxes, just save more: Govt's direct tax code proposals

    To save on taxes, just save more: Govt's direct tax code proposals

    Save more money, and you could save on taxes. The government has proposed new tax rules aimed at promoting long-terms savings and retirement benefits.

  • Tax code proposes 10% tax on Rs 10 lakh income

    The government, on Wednesday, introduced a new direct tax code that seeks to simplify the tax regime in India.

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