Income Tax

Income Tax

Income Tax is the Tax which is collected by the government directly from the individual, HUF, Firm or the company on their total income of the single financial year (F/Y start from 01/04/Every year to 31/03/every year). It is the responsibility of the Individual, HUF, Firm or the company to deposit the whole due amount of Income Tax to the government before or on the due date. This tax is collected by the government on the following 5 heads as shown following: –

  1. Salary Income
  2. House property Income
  3. Profit earned from Business and Profession
  4. Capital gain
  5. Income from Other Sources.

1. Salary Income: –

Money or anything in kind or perquisite earned form the employer is called Salary income. For Example, Mr. A received get following form the Tutorstips :

Basic Pay 50,000
Dearness Pay 75,000
Mobile 2,000
Total  1,27,000
Provide
RFA 25,000
Car 13,000
Total Salary Income  1,65,000 

From the above table, we get total Salary income of Mr A which is received from the Tutorstips :

2. House property Income:

Those Incomes are treated under the head of income from House property which is earned by an individual, HUF, Firm or the company form the let out houses. Rent earned from tenant.

3. Profit earned from Business and Profession: –

Profit earned from Business and Profession is that which an individual, HUF, Firm or the company is earned form their business or profession. Like A doctor earned money form his click.

4. Capital gain: –

Those Incomes are treated under the head of Capital gain which is earned by Individual from the selling of their assets. These are two types of shown as follows: 

  • Long term Capital gains 
  • Short term capital gains

5. Income from Other Sources:

Those Incomes are treated under the head of other incomes which are left after treated all the income in the above said heads of income tax. The example of these incomes are shown below:

  • Interest earned from the bank on Saving account
  • Interest earned from the bank on Fixed account
  • The tuition income for a teacher

 Check out the India Income Tax Website (Click here)