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No, you can avail of the CA assisted only for paid plans. But our awesome customer service will be able to address your basic tax queries.
Yes, we take a closer look at your bank statements and help you maximize your tax savings. This is covered in the savings and comprehensive plan only.
This can only be decided on a case by case basis. Talk to our expert. We’ll help you select the plan that’s best suited for your requirements.
Yes, certainly. The advantage with taking a higher plan would be that a CA will review all the bank statements and do a thorough expense categorization for you. This will definitely help lower taxes for you. Scroll up to see all the features included in your plan.
No, none of these plans include the fee for getting your books audited. These are chargeable separately. We’ll get you connected with a patner CA in our network who’ll audit your books.
Yes. But do remember that the tax return must be submitted by the due date (July 31st, 2016) to carry forward the losses on to the next year.
In each plan, during the initial conversation, the CA will discuss your tax obligations. If you need to get service tax registration done or need to file service tax returns filed, the CA will intimate you.
When you earn ‘Income’ from self employment, from any profession or work, which requires you to use a skill, which may be intellectual or manual skill, such income will be taxable under the head ‘ Profits & Gains of Business & Profession’.
Unless you are earning a professional income, which is part of an employment agreement, any income you earn by pursuing your profession skills shall be considered under the head Profits & Gains of Business & Profession.
The Income Tax Act requires that TDS should be deducted at 10% for any payments made as fees for professional services.
Claiming expenses that are directly related to your freelancing work, reduces your total income and tax there on. Your Total Income less directly relatable expenses is your Income from your freelancing work.
Yes, you can deduct this expense from your Business Income.
Once you sign up with ClearTax and provide us the information we need, we do the return filing for you.
Anyone who is carrying on a business or profession is required to submit income tax return in the ITR-4 form.
Section 194J of the Income Tax Act lays out that TDS is to be deducted at 10% on any amount paid for professional or technical services.