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Chief Guest: Shri Bibhab Dutta, I.R.S., Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Hyderabad-I
 
Over the years Tax deduction at Source (TDS) has emerged as a major tool of revenue collection in India. However, the way the provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (the Act) dealing with the TDS are worded, taxpayers have to deal with several interpretational and procedural issues.  Adding to the complexity is plethora of judicial rulings on these issues. This is a cause of concern both for the taxpayers and Revenue. While the taxpayers grapple with consequential issues of cash flow, disallowances, interest, penalty and long drew litigation. Revenue, apart from litigation, has to deal with administrative issues of refund processing.
 
In addition, the numerous compliance requirements add significantly to the compliance cost to the business. This is felt particularly in case of cross border payments. In case of non-residents there are further practical difficulties of extra- territorial application of the provisions, compliances and availability of Treaty benefits.
 
Need has been felt to deliberate on key issues on the various provisions and new developments relating to TDS. Therefore, ASSOCHAM with the support of Ministry of Finance is organizing a National Seminar on Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) on 21st March, 2014 at Katriya Hotel & Towers, Hyderabad to deliberate on various intricate provisions of Tax Deduction at Source (TDS).
 
Officials From Government
  • Shri Bibhab Dutta, I.R.S., Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Hyderabad-I 
  • Shri Atul Pranay, Commissioner of Income Tax-TDS, Hyderabad
  • Shri M Jagadish Babu, Director of Income Tax (IT&TP), Hyderabad
  • Shri Rajeev Benjwal, Additional Commissioner of Income Tax (TP), Hyderabad 

Other Speakers

  • Mr. V Aravind Srivatsan, Partner-Tax & Regulatory Services, PwC
  • Mr. S R Patnaik, Tax Partner, Amarchand & Mangaldas & suresh a. shroff & Co.
  • Mr. Mohan Acharya Komandoor, Sr. Managing Partner, Komandoor & Co.
  • Mr. Ritesh Mittal, Partner, Sanjay Kumar Kothari & Co.
  • Mr.Tapan Gupta, Associate Director, KPMG
     

Issues To Be Discussed 

  • TDS on different types of payments, the person making payment – agent of Government, practice followed in other countries, etc.
  • Obligations of Payer &  Rights of Recipients
  • TRACES 
  • Issues pertaining to TDS refunds and e-filing of TDS return
  • TDS on payment to residents:- salary, payments to contractors, rent, commission, professional fees, etc
  • Practical aspects & key issues on TDS of Domestic Transactions
  • Tax Deduction Under Section 192
  • Retirement Benefits
  • TDS on Acquisition- Sec-194LA
  • TDS on immovable property - Sec 194-IA
  • Recent changes in TDS procedures
  • Software Income and Royalty- Sec-9(1)(vi)
  • Implications of increase in TDS rate on technical services and royalty payments
  • Payments to non residents & domestic Transfer Pricing - Practical Issues
  • Tax and TDS on ESOPs and cross charges & practical issues arising from recent changes in TDS procedures related to non-resident remittances
We request you to block your calendars for this interesting and insightful session. 
 
Who Should Attend

The Seminar is targeted at officers dealing in Taxation, Accounts in the corporate world as well as practicing CA, CS, CMA and other related professionals, Trade & Industry, Government, Public Sector Units, Consultancy Organizations, Funding Agencies, Corporate Lawyers, Banks & Other Financial Institutions, FTOs

 

Registration Fees: 

  • Delegate Fee: Rs. 4000/- per participant, including Service Tax (10% discount for two and 20% for three or more persons from the same organization )