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The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has notified certain changes in Form 16. The new Form 16 is made effective from 12 May, 2019. Employers issuing Form 16 for the financial year 2018-19 will have to issue them in the new format.
The last date to file your income tax returns for the year is July 31, 2019. If you haven’t already started computing your tax liabilities, it’s time to start now. Although technology has made it easier for us to file our returns online, the details required while filing returns this year ensure that you would have to dedicate a lot more time to this than earlier.
Besides these changes, We will discuss TDS under section 192, 192A, 194C, 194-I, 194-IA, 194-IB,194J and 195, contemporary issues on TDS (including correction statements pertaining to quarterly TDS returns).
All important changes affecting corporate tax, personal tax, TDS, remuneration planning, perquisite taxation for TDS and GST, taxation of retirement benefits will be discussed in the interactive workshop.
Managers/Senior Executives from
Modification in the format of Form No. 16 (Part B) and Form No. 24Q (Annexure II)
Format of Form No. 16 (Part B) and Form No. 24Q (Annexure II) has been amended by CBDT on April 12, 2019 (applicable with effect from May 12, 2019). Consequences of these amendments pertaining to generation of Form No. 16 and uploading of Form No. 24Q for the financial year 2018-19 will be discussed by Dr. Vinod K. Singhania in the seminar.
Consequently, a few amendments are required for the financial year 2019-20 in the format of different declarations (which are taken from employees) for correctly giving exemptions under different clauses of section 10 and deduction different sections of Chapter VI-A. These consequential modifications will be discussed along with case studies.
TDS on Salary under section 192
TDS on payments other than salary
GST on Perk/perquisite provided to employees
Tax on Remuneration Planning with Tax Provisions for different scenarios
Dr. Vinod K. Singhania