CA Final Direct Tax is levied on the basis of the ability to pay principle.
Which states that people with greater resources also have a higher income and must pay higher taxes.
The direct regulations are written in such a way that taxes become a tool for the redistribution of wealth in the country.
Direct taxes can be, The country’s supreme tax body levies direct taxes on individuals and businesses. Direct taxes are paid directly by those who are subjected to them.
Taxpayers, for example, pay income tax, property tax, asset tax, and gifts to the government directly transferred from one person or organization to another.
Direct taxes are levied on businesses and people, and they are completely responsible for paying them. Fines and imprisonment may be imposed if taxes are not paid on time.
The direct tax system, which is based on brackets, may be discouraging because it charges higher taxes on people. who work hard to attain a larger income.
As a result, people may settle and cap their productivity in order to reduce their outgoing in the face of increased taxes.
Indirect taxes are a type of tax that is levied on persons indirectly when they transact on goods and services. On a regular basis, indirect taxes are collect from retail and wholesale sellers.
About Faculty – CA Final Direct Tax (CA Vinod Gupta)
Mr. Vinod Gupta is a Chartered Accountant & Currently teaching CA Final students in Northern India. Having vast experience of teaching Direct tax, faculty at New Delhi for last 30 years. He is one of the most respectable faculty for Direct Tax in India.
They have authored around 100 articles on taxation in various journals and newspapers including Taxman, Current Tax Reporter, Chartered Accountant, Economic Times and Financial Express.
He has been felicitated with various awards including The Rashtriya Gaurav Award.
Has presented papers on Taxation in various seminars of the Institute and also in the seminar organized by the ITAT Bar Association.
Overall he has been the Secretary to the Fiscal Laws Committee of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India for 8 years.
Practicing in the field of Direct Taxes. Working as Tax Consultant to leading Nationalized Banks, as well as Multinational Companies and Indian Companies.
Worked as Senior Technical Officer for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.
Technical Directorate, New Delhi. Assisted the Expert Advisory Committee in formulating opinions on problems relating to a tax of members and industry.
Rendered services for the Taxation Committee and Research Committee of the Institute.
Also, drafted the Guidance Note on Tax Audit under Section 44AB of the Income-tax Act, Guidance Note on Sections 80HHB and 80HHC of the Income-tax Act, and other Guidance Notes.