Every person who earns income chargeable to tax should file its income tax return with the Income-tax Department before the due date and pay the taxes as applicable for the financial year. If any person fails to do so, such person shall be liable to pay interest as imposed by the Income Tax Act. Under the Income Tax Act, interest is imposed under three subsections of Section 234, viz., 234A, 234B, and 234C.
Every time a person files an Income Tax Return, an acknowledgement is generated. This acknowledgement is known as ITR-V. This means Income Tax Return Verification Form. Once the return is filed, it has to be verified either through Adhaar Based OTP or through net banking.
Ministry of Corporate Affairs has introduced DIR-3 e-KYC to conduct KYC verification for all the persons who have been allotted DIN (Director Identification Number). DIN is a unique 8 digit number allotted to a person who wishes to become a director of a company. Thus any person who holds a DIN is mandatorily required to file DIR-3 KYC with MCA.
In today’s times, getting a higher education has become a point of concern where the fees for such education are touching the sky. As they say, the only thing costlier than education is ignorance.
Every Limited Liability Partnership registered under the Limited Liability Act, 2008 has to make certain compliances. One of such compliance is the filing of Form 11 with Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Every financial year, an LLP has to file this Form 11 online on the MCA Portal.
It is always advised to everyone that better be safe than worry. It applies not just for health but also financial requirements for health. Thus, health insurance, popularly known as medical insurance is an important and mandatory investment in your investment portfolio. To encourage this investment, government provides tax benefits in the form of deduction of the investment made in medical insurance. This tax benefit is over and above of the investments stated under Section 80C/CC/CCD and is claimed under section 80D.
In order to promote digital financial transactions and curb cash transactions, the government has introduced Section 194N in the Union Budget of 2019. This section is further amended by the Finance Act 2020, where tax has been imposed in the form of TDS on cash withdrawal above Rs 1 crore by any taxpayer.