Be a Part of an Annual Conference on TDS and Get Valuable Insights

Tax Deduction at Source: Issues, Problems and Recent Developments

PHD chamber of commerce and industry is a leading and dynamic government body that works at the grass root level with a mission of Skilling India for Global Competitiveness. The multi-state apex organisation makes a significant contribution to the socio-economic development and capacity building by enhancing awareness, advocating research-based policies and other suitable methods.

The Direct Taxes Committee of PHD Chamber has recently announced about organizing an Annual Conference on “Tax Deduction at Source: Issues, Problems and Recent Developments” on Thursday, 9th August 2018 from 02:00 p.m. onwards at PHD House, New Delhi.

The participants will get the excellent opportunity to learn about various aspects of TDS and issues affecting TDS provisions and systems and get aware of the solutions for these problems. People attending the conference would be able to listen to the eminent Tax experts who will be interacting with the delegates on various issues of TDS. This will not only make the invitees well informed but also will expand their knowledge related to TDS and practical issues that affect filing returns and in assessments under the present system.

The interactive session will help you know about the latest judicial pronouncements and practical issues encountered while filing returns or in Tax assessment within the realms of this system. The tax experts would discuss on TDS on various issues like TDS on fee for higher education, professional and technical services, rent, and payment to contractors, salary and non deduction/lower deduction of TDS under section 197.

So what are you looking for? Just register for the conference and send your confirmation for attending the conference at the earliest by calling on 011- 49545454, Ext. 264/ 267/305/292 or clicking on the link http://www.phdcci.in/. You should send the email of confirmation at mariamma@phdcci.in / Kanishk.tyagi@phdcci.in.

 

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