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LBT is applicable from 15th Aug 2016 on Liquor in all municipal corporation in Maharashtra

  LBT is applicable from 15th Aug 2016 on Liquor in all municipal corporation in Maharashtra

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                           NOTIFICATION

  • MAHARASHTRA MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS

 

No.  LBT. 2016/CR -26/2016/(UD-32).—In exercise of the powers conferred by the sub-   section

  • of section 152T of the Maharashtra Municipal Corporation Act (LIX of 1949) and of all other powers enabling it in that behalf, the Government of Maharashtra, hereby makes the following rules, the same having been previously published vide Government Notification, Urban Development Department No. LBT. 2016/CR-26/2016/UD-32, dated 2nd August 2016, as required by sub-section (2) of the said section 152T namely  :—
    1. These rules may be called the Maharashtra Municipal Corporations (Local Bodies Tax) (Amendment) Rules,
    2. In rule 3 of Maharashtra Municipal Corporations (Local Bodies Tax) Rules, 2010, in sub-rule (1),  the following proviso shall be  added,  namely :—

“Provided further that, the dealers who are doing business of foreign liquor, country liquor and wine etc., and whose turnover, irrespective of sales and purchases during the financial year starting on or after15th August 2016,  is less than Rs.50.00  Core, shall  also be  liable  for registration.”

By order and in the name of the Governor of Maharashtra,

 

SUDHAKAR D. BOBADE,

Deputy  Secretary  to Government

 

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TDS Information

Budget 2016: Under the scheme of deduction of tax at source as provided in the Act, every person responsible for payment of any specified sum to any person is required to deduct tax at source at the prescribed rate and deposit it with the Central Government within specified time. However, no deduction is required to be made if the payments do not exceed prescribed threshold limit.

In order to rationalise the rates and base for TDS provisions, the existing threshold limit for deduction of tax at source and the rates of deduction of tax at source are proposed to be revised as mentioned in table 3 and table 4 respectively.

– See more at: http://taxguru.in/income-tax/rationalization-tax-deduction-source-tds-provisions.html#sthash.uh9CS5U9.dpuf

Reminder from tax department to pay tax on interest income, revise returns if required

by Cleartax-Team on March 25, 2016 in Form 26AS, Income from Other Sources, Income Tax, Income Tax Penalty, Section 80 Deductions, TDS

In last year’s tax returns arnsdisclosurewas added for bankinaccountstax retuheld by a tax payer.

It seems the income tax department has done its work related to this information. It has recently asked tax payers to include entire interest income in their tax return and pay tax on

it. The release also said that you must revise your revise your tax return if you did not include interest income.

Important points regarding tax on interest income

Include all interest incomes in your tax return: All types of interest income should be included in your tax return.

All of these interest incomes are taxable –

Interest income from a savings account with banks, co-operative banks, post offices

Interest income from a fixed deposit

Interest income a recurring deposit

Interest income from corporate bonds

Interest income from government bonds (unless specifically notified by the government)

Interest income from capital gains bonds

Interest income from post office savings deposit schemes

Interest income from post office monthly schemes

Interest income on NSCs

Interest income from Kisan Vikas Patras.

Form 26AS includes only that interest income on which TDS is deducted: A lot of tax payers include interest income which appears in their Form 26AS. This is the interest income on which TDS has been deducted. Since no TDS is deducted from a savings bank account, such interest income is not included. However, interest from a savings account is taxable and must be included in your tax return.

Deduction under section 80TTA: Are you unsure about how to claim this deduction – readhere in detail. A lot of taxpayers make the mistake of assuming this deduction is available on all types of interest. And sometimes they completely miss out on including interest in their tax returns. (More helpful reading here).

Government has information of interest paid by payer without TDS deduction: The circular from the income tax department mentions that the government has details from payers of interest paid by them without deducting TDS. So make no mistakes and remember to include these in your income tax returns.

Where a Form 15G and Form 15H is filed but total income of tax payer exceeds Rs 2,50,000: Sometimes you may have filed a Form 15G and Form 15H but at the end of the year realised that your total income is more than the minimum exempt income of Rs 2,50,000. In such a case, you must include interest for which you gave Form 15G/Form15H. Even though no TDS is deducted, such income is fully taxable.

(Find out if you are eligible to fill Form 15G/Form 15H here. Instructions to fill Form 15G arehere).

What should you do to comply with the circular

File your income tax return of income for Assessment Year 2014-15 (if not filed already) by 31stMarch 2016. Assessment year 2014-15 relates to financial year 2013-14. Minimum income exempt from tax for this year is Rs 2,00,000.

Revise your income tax return of income for assessment year 2014-15/2015-16 if the return already filed does not include taxable interest income. Minimum income exempt from tax for these years is Rs 2,50,000.

File income tax return of income for assessment year 2015-16, if not filed so far and include taxable interest income if any. This return must be filed by 31st March 2016 to avoid penalty of Rs 5,000 under section 271F.

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