User-friendly Guidelines for Tax & Statutory Management in India

Gyan Management Journal
Year: 2018(Jul-Dec), Volume: (12), Issue. (2)
First page: (40) Last page: (48)
Online ISSN: A/F
Print ISSN: 2250-348X
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User-friendly Guidelines for Tax & Statutory Management in India
Dr. Arjita Jain1 and Dr. Sandeep Ponde2*

1Professor, NCRD’s Sterling Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai,
2 Associate Professor, NCRD’s Sterling Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

Corresponding author email id:  ariitaiain@yahoo.com

Received:
10 Oct 2018

Accepted:
17 Nov 2018

Online Published:
20 Dec 2018

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ABSTRACT

According to Economic Survey 2015-16 the proportion of economically active population (15-59  years J has increased from 57. 7 % to 63.3 % during the 1991-2013 periods. The employment growth in  the organized sector (public and private combined) increased by 2 %. Though huge numbers of people  are working in India and they are paying their regular taxes by consulting financial experts but many of them are completely blank about the working and calculation of this part of their income. Considering  this we decided to work on this topic and prepare user{riendly guidelines which can be referred by  anyone. Examples have been cited for tax calculation related to salary. From the start to end process of  the salary with taxation and statutory deduction will definitely help the working professionals to  understand their own tax deductions and reduce their dependency on financial consultants.  

Keywords

Tax,Statutory Management, Income Tax Return, Income Tax Forms, TDS (Taxes Deducted  atSource]