Understanding the vast opportunities hidden in the industrial sector most of the young graduates irrespective of their educational background wishes to switch to finance and taxation sectors. Due to the lack of theoretical and practical knowledge in the field, most of the candidates fail to perform well. Taking this in view, Tax Time Tally launched a master’s course in accounts mainly non-commerce students. Unlike other conventional courses provided by colleges, this course emphasizes on passing on adequate skills by offering 90 days training course on all aspects of goods and services tax, employment provident fund, computerised accounting and tally, employee state insurance and accounting principles. This course enables the candidates to efficiently handle manufacturing, service and allied sectors. On successful completion of the course, certificates will be provided.
The course is designed to enlighten the aspirants about the advancements in the accounting and taxation segments. On enrolling the course the aspirants will undergo a training session and learn the various concepts of accounting principles, practical accounting, and computerised accounting with tally and goods and services tax. Aspirants who have successfully completed their plus two or VHSC can apply for the same.
The course is curated to cater to the fast-growing trade and industry sector, for the candidates who want to pursue an attractive job in finance and taxation sectors. The course focuses on providing vital information on the concepts on Labour Act 1948, Employee State Insurance Act 1948, Employee Provident Fund 1952, Income Tax Act 1961, FSSAI Act 2006, Legal Metrology Act 2009, Goods and Services Tax 2017, and Customs and Import Export Procedures to the candidates. Interested aspirants who have completed their Plus two or VHSC can apply for the same.
With the advancements in the taxation filed many youngsters have decided to choose their career in the industrial sector. Aspirants who have graduated from the commerce section can enrol themselves in GCC VAT course. The short term course will help to learn the basics of Value added tax in GCC-act and rules and bookkeeping and accounting.
To be known as a well-renowned accountant in the industrial sector one should gain much knowledge in Tally. Most of the accountants are unaware of the latest changes reflected in the tally. On enrolling the course can acquire information on accounting principles and practical accounting, computerised accounting with tally, payroll in tally, and applicability of tally software in different sectors of industries, cost centres, inventory controls, and tally in manufacturing firms. Interested students who completed their plus two or VHSC can apply for the same.
Taxation is one of the upcoming fields that provide immense chances for young graduates to highlight their talent and intelligence. Day by day new trends has introduced in the taxation sector. Hence it has now become a prerequisite for an accountant to possess a thorough knowledge of goods and services tax. Candidates enrolling for the course could gain knowledge in GST act and rules and elements of GST. Students who have successfully completed their Plus two or VHSC can apply for the same.
Tax is small amount of money given by the citizens to the nation for its betterment and stability. Tax is broadly classified indirect tax and direct tax. Most of the entrepreneurs do not possess much knowledge on different types of taxes. Here at Tax Time Tally we offer training for the eligible candidate son how to track the taxes and teaches how it is beneficial to the public as well as the government. Here are some of the prominent taxes that play a significant role in attaining financial stability.
Corporate tax for the national firms is 30% and addition of 4% based on their profit rates also 3% cess will also be includes whereas for international or foreign firms the corporate tax is 40%.
Minimum Alternate tax is based on the profits earned by the companies annually or monthly. The Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) is sum of 18.5% of book profits and surcharge and cess.
Dividend Distribution Tax or DDT is actually the tax paid by the domestic companies on the dividend that they pay out.