Budget 2022: A birds view of the Direct Tax Provision 

Budget 2022: A birds view of the Direct Tax Provision 

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Budget 2022: A birds view of the Direct Tax Provision 

– Provision for filing ‘Updated Income Tax returns’ within 2 years from end of relevant AY
– Reduced AMT rates for Co-operatives from 18.5% to 15%
– Reduced surcharge for Co-operatives with total income of 1cr to 10Cr
– Tax relief for persons with disability: Allow annuity payment to differently abled dependents when parents attaining age of 60 years
– Deduction for National Pension Scheme for State Government employees u.s 80CCC made at par with Central Govt.
– Start-ups established before 31.03.2023 (earlier – 31.03.2022; now extended by 1 year) will be provided tax breaks
– Last date for commencement of manufacturing for claiming lower tax regime under Section 115BAB to be 31.03.2024 (earlier 31.03.2023; now extended by 1 year)
– Virtual digital assets (Cryptocurrency):
Income from transfer of virtual digital assets to be taxed at 30%; No deduction for expenses other than cost of acquisition; No set off of losses
TDS @ 1% on consideration above specific threshold
Gift to be taxed u.s 56(2)(x)
– No repetitive appeals for common question of laws
– Off-shore banking units/ IFSC income to be provided exemptions
– Surcharge of certain AOPs to be capped at 15%
– Surcharge on Long Term Capital Gains on any assets to be capped at 15%
– Health and education cess not allowable as business expenditure u/s 37
– No set off of losses against undisclosed income detected during search

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