Corporate TaxThe Income Tax Act of 1961 provides a provision wherein tax can be levied on the companies for a certain period depending on their profits earned as well as the nature of the business. These tax rates are charged on both domestic and foreign companies.
Here is the list of corporate entities that are liable to pay corporate tax in India:
- The corporations incorporated in India
- Foreign corporations that generate revenues from India and use those revenues to conduct business on those earned incomes
- Other foreign companies that are permanently established in India
- Enterprises that are treated as Indian residents only for the purpose of tax payment
The companies can be classified into the following categories:Domestic company – A company registered under the Companies Act of India, 1956 or a foreign company that has its control and management wholly situated in India.
Foreign company – A foreign company is the one that does not have any Indian origin and has some part of its control and management located outside India.
The income on which tax can be levied includes the following:
- Profits earned from the business
- Capital gains
- Income from renting properties
- Income from other sources like dividend, interest etc.
Corporate Tax Rates
For Domestic Companies
|Range of income||Rate of tax|
|Gross turnover of up to ₹250 crores||25%|
|Above Rs. 250 crores||30%|
For Foreign Companies
|Nature of Income||Tax Rate|
|Royalty received or fees for technical services from government or any Indian concern||50%|
|Any other income||40%|
In addition to the aforementioned tax rates, there are
- Cess on health & education
- Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) - introduced to facilitate ‘Zero Tax Companies’ to avoid tax
- Dividend Distribution Tax (DDT
- The Corporate Income Tax has to be filed on or before September 30 every fiscal year.
- Types of tax return forms used for filing Corporate Income Tax –
- ITR 6 – This form is used by all the companies apart from those claiming deduction under Section 11.
- ITR 7 – This form is used by companies registered under the Companies’ Act, 2013, Section 8.
- According to the Indian Income Tax Act, a specific class of companies have to submit a Tax Audit Report along with the Income Tax return. This too has to be done on or before September 30 of every fiscal year.
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