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Tax Structure in India (in Hindi)
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Aartee Mishra
Delhi University Topper Post Graduated in History Founder - Rank secure IAS Academy 4 Years Experience Use code : RANK10 for Mentorship

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mam kya aap 2nd year k B.R.F. and company law and other subject ka video upload kar sakti hai
Thank you very much ma'am 🙏
What's ur opinion on 10% RESERVATION on economic backward classes for General Category, and how does it relate to the present Progressive Tax system?
What is Professional Tax?...In what category does it come?
mam make laxmikant hindi series. please 🙏
thank aartee mam for sharing of your knowledge and notes and so on
  1. Dailly Lecture Series Ramesh Singh's nar unacademy 1 Indian Economy ndian Economv ByAarte Mishira Tax Structure in India Hindi

  2. I am Aartee Mishra Graduated from Delhi University, Topper in all my semesters, Pursuing P.G and preparing for CSE. 2 Years of teaching experience of General Studies for competitive examination Have been teaching on Unacademy Plus

  3. Tax Structure in India Modern economics defines tax as a mode of income redistribution.1 There might be other ways also to look at it-the usual meaning of tax people think is that a tax is imposed by the government to fulfil its important obligations on the expenditure front.2 We may take an example to see how taxes redistribute income Direct Tax :The tax which has incidence and impact both at the same point is the direct tax-the person who is hit, the same person bleeds.5 As for example income tax, interest tax, etc. Indirect Tax: The tax which has incidence and impact at the different points is the indirect tax-the person who is hit does not bleed6 someone else's blood. As, for example, excise, sales tax, etc., are imposed on either the producers or the traders, but it is the general consumers who bear the burden of tax

  4. Progressive Taxation This method has increasing rates of tax for increasing value or volume on which the tax is being imposed Indian income tax is a typical example of it. The idea here is less tax on the people who earn less and higher tax on the people who earn more-classifying income earners into different slabs. This method is believed to discourage more earnings by the individual to support low growth and development unintentionally. Being poor is rewarded while richness is punished. Tax payers also start evading tax by showing lower unreal income. But from different angles this tax is pro-poor and taxes people according to their affordability/sustainability This is the most popular taxation method in the world and a populist one, too

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