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 How to surrender additional PAN card and what are the consequences

If you have more than one PAN, whether acquired intentionally or inadvertently, you run the risk of being penalised. Following government's mandate to link PAN with Aadhaar, and Aadhaar with bank accounts, detecting multiple PANs could become easier for the Income Tax Department once the data is collated. more..

 Tax-GDP ratio may rise to 11.9% due to GST, closer scrutiny: Government

NEW DELHI: The government expects the goods and services tax (GST) and increased surveillance to boost tax revenues over the next two years, taking India’s tax-to-GDP ratio close to 12% by FY20. more..

 Govt notifies timeline for filing of tax returns under GST

NEW DELHI: The government has notified the timeline for furnishing final tax returns for July and August under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime. The GST Council, chaired by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and comprising state counterparts, had in June allowed businesses extended timeline for filing final GST returns in forms GSTR-1, GSTR-2 and GSTR-3 for July and August. more..

 
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  • Welcome to India Tax Payer

    Why One tax?

    India Tax Payer has been spearheading this movement for one tax for the entire government. In order to understand why one tax, we need to first appreciate why we have something called as tax. Tax is the means of funding to Government objectives. Read More..

     
     

    Join India Tax Payer!

    India Tax Payer is an association of tax payers in India.

    We work for reduced taxation and better services from the government.

    Tax collection by the government has been growing phenomenally. While it is common knowledge to link tax collection to inflation and to GDP growth, it will come as a surprise to note that tax collection by the Government has been growing almost eight times faster than the GDP.

    In the last thirty years, GDP of the nation has grown nine times between 1981 and 2011 whereas the tax collection by the Government has grown 72 times during the same period!

    Taxes have been consistently growing up. New taxes added every time when there is a budget. And the budget season is round the corner. It is only right that we expect more taxes in one form or the other.

    Are we ready for it? What is our stand in it?

    Our voices need to be heard. Taxes cannot and should not be introduced at the will and pleasure of Government but when there is a proven need.

    Unless there is a united voice of the tax payers, it is not going to be heard. Join this group and start raising your ideas and thoughts in the forum here. We will make sure every valid thought is publicly heard and read!