Direct Tax – Laws and Practice
No government can run a country without revenue. One of the major sources of revenue is taxation. Taxes can be classified as Direct and Indirect Tax. Direct taxes encompass those taxes where impact and incidence falls on the same person. Income Tax Act, 1961 is the prime legislation in the area of direct taxes in India. It is very interesting to know various facets of this Act. The Act makes ample scope for tax planning and tax management by utilizing various provisions which are enshrined therein. A tax payer can reduce her tax liability by taking advantage of various incentives that are provided in the Act. It creates a win-win situation. This UG/PG Level 4 credit course is inter-disciplinary in nature and any graduate or anyone pursuing graduation, who wishes to learn about Indian income tax system, can enroll. After completion of the course, a learner can have following takeaways:.
1. An overview of the direct taxation system of India.
2. Knowledge of computation of income tax.
3.Idea on various avenues for tax planning and tax management
4. Awareness on the compliance of tax laws
5. Enabling to file income tax returns
6. Taking occupation as tax consultants
COURSE CREDIT = 4
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