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Limit for e payment reduced to 1 lakh

Ministry of Finance (department of revenue),has reduced the threshold limit for payment of service tax to 1 lakh rupees. Previously it was Rs 10 lakh for e-payment. It shall come into force from 1st January 2014. It is observed that the move is towards encouraging tax compliances through online mode and thus to make formalities simple…

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Find Out-Professional Tax &Professional Tax Slab Rate

Professional Tax is the tax charged by the state governments in India. Professional tax is levied from salaried employees or practicing professionals or persons engaged in any trade etc. Employers are liable to deduct professional tax from salary/wage and depositing the same to the concerned local body/authority and in other cases, persons themselves shall pay the professional tax.

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Due date for filing ST-3 extented to 10th September

 ST-3(Return under section 70 of the Finance Act, 1994) By an order (Order No: 04/2013) Central Board of Excise & Customs(CBEC) has extended due date for submission of ST-3 to 10th September, 2013 (which was 31st August, 2013) for the period from 1st October, 2012 to 31st March, 2013. The circumstances which gives rise to […]

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Tax Slab in India 2013-14-Individual

Tax slab Rates of individual for the Fy 2013-2014.In case of Individual (including women) whose age is not more than sixty years.,resident individual who is of the age of sixty years or more but not more than the age of eighty years during the previous year and In case of individual who is of the age of eighty years or more at any time during the previous year.

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Due date for payment of service tax

Individuals/partnership firms Due date- 5th of the month immediately following the respective quarter in which service is provided. If payment is made through internet banking, due date– 6th of the month immediately following the respective quarter in which service is provided. However, for the quarter ending 31st March, the due date of payment of service […]

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