The Taxation course is designed to give hands-on- experience in the area of Accounts, Taxation, MIS, Compliance, understanding VAT and the importance of completing VAT returns correctly and Reporting. The taxation course focus on giving the finance professionals an overview of various taxation laws related to Direct Taxes, Indirect Taxes and Regulatory aspects and provides students with an in-depth exposure to all areas of taxation, encompassing indirect and direct taxation.
VAT is a multi-point tax levied and collected on the value added to goods at different stages of sale. This method consists of levying a tax on the value added to a product at each stage of production or distribution. It is another form of sales tax where tax is collected in stages rather than collection of the tax at the first or last point.
Central Sales Tax (CST) is a tax on sales of goods levied by the Central Government of India. CST is applicable only in the case of inter-state sales. It is not applicable on the sales made within the state or import/export of sales. CST is payable in the state where the goods are sold and movement commences.
The dealers have to issue certain declarations in prescribed forms to buyers/sellers. The type of forms are C, D, E1, E2, F, H and I. Forms C, E1, E2, F and H are printed and supplied by Sales Tax authorities. Dealers have to issue declarations in these forms printed and supplied by the Sales Tax authorities. Form D is to be issued by government organization / departments making purchases. These forms are must to be present in three copies of each.
Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) is one of the modes of collection of taxes at certain Percentage of amount deducted by the person at the time of making/crediting certain specific nature of payment to the other person and deducted amount is remitted to the Government account.