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The apex body of Income Tax Department. is

A. Finance Ministry of Central Govt.

B. Central Govt. of India.

C. CBDT

D. Dept. of Revenue

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  1. The CBDT consists of
  2. The aggregate income of Mr. Tanmoy under the different heads of income is Rs.1, 50,000. He will get…
  3. Income of minor child, if clubbed with income of parents, is exempt from tax up to
  4. Interest on capital, borrowed on 10.10.2000, for self-occupied property is deductible upto a maximum…
  5. PAN is necessary for the following assessees -
  6. Which one of the following taxes is not levied by the State Government?
  7. Every employer should pay fringe benefit tax within
  8. TDS, in case of salary should be deposited within
  9. House Rent Allowance is exempt from tax
  10. The term "Person" includes
  11. Uncommuted pension received by a Government employee is fully exempt from tax.
  12. YoungStars, a club, lets out its furnished rooms solely to its members on regular basis. The income…
  13. When a person has paid the security transaction tax on transfer of equity shares he does not have to…
  14. Sec. 234A deals with
  15. Amit has received Rs.25,000 from his former employer as arrear salary of 2004-05 previous year, Rs.85,000…
  16. The rates of income tax are specified in
  17. The aggregate amount of deductions under chapter VI-A can not exceed
  18. The amount of taxable income is to be rounded off to the nearest multiple of Re.1 for income tax calculations.
  19. The first income tax act was introduced in the year
  20. The Income Tax Act 1961 came into force on
  21. Tax on fringe benefit has been introduced from the assessment year
  22. If both parents are earning then income of a minor child will be clubbed with
  23. If a self occupied property is converted into HUF property without adequate consideration then
  24. The apex body of Income Tax Department. is
  25. Assessment year 2006-07 commenced on
  26. Income of a minor will not be clubbed with his/her parent's income if
  27. Expected Rent can be determined in the following way
  28. Mr.Karan Kapoor's Taxable Income is Rs.10,00,000. The tax amount will be
  29. Income received or deemed to be received in India (whether accrued in or outside India) is taxable in…
  30. Income Tax Act 1922 is a "milestone" because