1. Basic concepts, 2. Residential status and tax incidence, 3. Incomes exempt from tax, 4. Salaries 5. Income from house property ,6. Profits and gains of business or profession, 7. Capital gains,8. Income from other sources,9. Income of other persons included in assessee’s total income,10. Set off and carry forward of losses,11. Deductions from gross total income and tax liability,12. Agricultural income,13. Typical problems on assessment of individuals,14. Tax treatment of Hindu undivided families15. Special provisions governing assessment of firms and association of persons,16. Taxation of companies,17. Assessment of co-operative societies,18. Assessment of charitable and other trusts,19. Return of income and assessment,20. Penalties and prosecutions,21. Advance payment of tax,22. Interest,23. Tax deduction or collection at source,24. Refund of excess payments,25. Appeals and revisions,26. Income-tax authorities,27. Settlement of cases,28. Special measures in respect of transactions with persons located in notified jurisdictional area,29. General Anti-Avoidance Rule,30. Advance ruling for non-residents,31. Search, seizure and block assessment,32. Transfer pricing33. Business restructuring,34. Tax planning,35. Miscellaneous,36. Wealth-tax
About the Author:
Dr. Vinod K. Singhania got his Ph.D. from the Delhi School of Economics in 1976. His fields of special interest include all facets of corporate legislation and corporate economics especially the tax laws. Associated in different capacities with several professional institutes and business houses in India and abroad, Dr. Singhania is author of many popular books and software published by Taxmann. He has to his credit more than 300 research articles which have appeared in leading journals. He has been a resource person in over 400 seminars in India and abroad. He can be reached at [email protected]
Dr. Kapil Singhania, a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India and belonging to the alumni of Shri Ram College of Commerce, has completed his research work for which he has been awarded Ph.D. in 2003. His fields of involvement in research work in form of articles in various reputed journals and analytical studies span across from corporate laws to direct and indirect taxation. He has authored a variety of acclaimed books on direct and indirect taxes published by Taxmann. Dr. Singhania is providing tax consultancy to a number of business organizations, which include multinational and public sector companies.