Feb 152024
 

Introduction:
Stay ahead of the curve with our comprehensive guide on implementing the Revised Minimum Wages in Maharashtra, ensuring seamless compliance from January 1, 2024, to June 30, 2024.

Section 1:
Understanding Maharashtra’s Regulatory Landscape Unravel the intricacies of Maharashtra’s employment regulations, with a focus on the latest revisions in minimum wage requirements. Explore the key updates and their implications for employers.

Section 2:
Step-by-Step Implementation Process Follow our step-by-step guide to streamline the implementation of revised minimum wages within your organization. Gain insights into practical tips and best practices to ensure compliance effortlessly.

Section 3:
Impact on Different Sectors Dive into sector-specific analyses to comprehend how the revised minimum wages impact various industries. From manufacturing to services, understand the nuanced implications for your business.

Section 4:
Addressing Common Challenges Anticipate and overcome common challenges associated with minimum wage revisions. Our guide provides actionable strategies to mitigate risks and maintain compliance throughout the designated period.

Conclusion:
Stay compliant and informed with our Revised Minimum Wages Implementation Guide tailored for Maharashtra. Equip your organization with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the regulatory landscape seamlessly from January 1, 2024, to June 30, 2024.

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Feb 032024
 

Budget – in – summary:

In ` lac Crore

Particulars      Budget Estimated
     FY 2024-25
            Estimated
            FY 2023-24
Total Expenditure 47.65 44.90
Capital Expenditure 11.11 16.9% ↑ 9.50
To be financed by
Tax revenue 26.02

(being 55% of total BE)

23.24
(being 52% of total expenditure)

Thus, the main focus is on infrastructure development that to be financed mainly from tax collection by keeping revenue deficit @ 2%.

Objective of the interim budget 2024 and THE FINANCE BILL 2024:

A BILL to continue the existing rates of income-tax for the financial year 2024-2025 and to provide for certain relief to taxpayers and to make amendments in certain enactments”.

To keep the revenue deficit intact and getting more dependent on tax revenue following measures are propose to be carried out for rationalization of direct taxes and indirect taxes.

Tax Rates – To continue the existing rates of income tax:

In para 92 of Budget Speech, the honorable FM said – “As for tax proposals, in keeping with the convention, I do not propose to make any changes relating to taxation and propose to retain the same tax rates for direct taxes and indirect taxes including import duties.” Thus, effective tax rates for different categories of persons shall be as below:

Category1. In case of an Individual (resident or non-resident) or HUF,or Association of Person or Body of Individual or any other artificial juridical person.

Individuals

(Other than resident senior and super senior citizen)

Net Income Range Rate of Income Tax
For AY 2024-25 For AY 2023-24
Up to ₹ 2,50,000
₹ 2,50,000 to ₹ 5,00,000 5% 5%
₹ 5,00,000 to ₹ 10,00,000 20% 20%
Above ₹ 10,00,000 30% 30%

 

Individuals being Resident Senior Citizen

(i.e., who is 60 years or more but less than 80 years at any time during the previous year 2023-24)

Net Income Range Rate of Income Tax
For AY 2024-25 For AY 2023-24
Up to ₹ 3,00,000
₹ 3,00,000 to ₹ 5,00,000 5% 5%
₹ 5,00,000 to ₹ 10,00,000 20% 20%
Above ₹ 10,00,000 30% 30%

 

Individuals being Resident Super Senior Citizen

(i.e., who is 80 years or more at any time during the previous year 2023-24)

Net Income Range Rate of Income Tax
For AY 2024-25 For AY 2023-24
Up to ₹ 5,00,000    
₹ 5,00,000 to ₹ 10,00,000 20% 20%
Above ₹ 10,00,000 30% 30%

 

Hindu Undivided Family – including AOP, BOI, AJP

Net Income Range Rate of Income Tax
For AY 2024-25 For AY 2023-24
Up to ₹ 2,50,000
₹ 2,50,000 to ₹ 5,00,000 5% 5%
₹ 5,00,000 to ₹ 10,00,000 20% 20%
Above ₹ 10,00,000 30% 30%

 

Surcharge: It is levied on the amount of income tax if the income excess a certain limit (depicted below):-

Net Income Rate of Surcharge
₹ 50 lacs to ₹ 1 Crore 10%
₹ 1 Crore to ₹ 2 Crore 15%
₹ 2 Crore to ₹ 5 Crore 25%
Above ₹ 5 Crore 37%

 

The surcharge of 25% & 37% shall not be levied on – Dividend Income, Income Chargeable u/s 111A, 112, 112A and 115AD(1)(b).

Marginal relief: In case surcharge is levied, a relief is available in the following manner:

Net Income Manner of relief
₹ 50 lacs to ₹ 1 Crore The amount payable as income tax and surcharge shall not exceeds the total amount payable as income tax on total income of ₹ 50 lacs by more than the amount of income that exceeds ₹ 50 lacs.
₹ 1 Crore to ₹ 2 Crore The amount payable as income tax and surcharge shall not exceeds the total amount payable as income tax on total income of ₹ 1 Crore by more than the amount of income that exceeds ₹ 1 Crore.
₹ 2 Crore to ₹ 5 Crore The amount payable as income tax and surcharge shall not exceeds the total amount payable as income tax on total income of ₹ 2 Crore by more than the amount of income that exceeds ₹ 2 Crore.
Above ₹ 5 Crore The amount payable as income tax and surcharge shall not exceeds the total amount payable as income tax on total income of ₹ 5 Crore by more than the amount of income that exceeds ₹ 5 Crore.

 

Health and Education Cess: The Health and Education cess is levied @4% on the amount of income tax and surcharge in total.

Alternate Minimum Tax (AMT).

An individual is liable to pay Alternate Minimum Tax where tax payable by him, on his total income computed as per normal provisions of the Act, is less than 18.5% of ‘adjusted total income’.

‘adjusted total income’ in such cases shall be taken as total income of such individual and shall be liable to be taxed @ 18.5% of such ‘adjusted total income’.

However, AMT is levied @9% (surcharge and cess) in case of an assessee other than a company, being a unit of an IFS and deriving its income solely in convertiable foreign exchange.

New Tax Regime
 or Alternate tax regime
(for Individual and HUFs only)

For, AY 2024-25, the new tax regime is the default tax regime for the Individual or HUF. Further, the benefit of new tax regime id also extended to AOP, BOI and AJP from assessment year 2024-25.

If one has to opt-out from default new tax regime, he has to exercise the option in a manner provided under section 115BAC(6).

Net Income Range Rate of Income Tax
For AY 2024-25
Up to ₹ 3,00,000
₹ 3,00,001 to ₹ 6,00,000 5%
₹ 6,00,001 to ₹ 9,00,000 10%
₹ 9,00,001 to ₹ 12,00,000 15%
₹ 12,00,001 to ₹ 15,00,000 20%
Above ₹ 15,00,000 30%

 

Surcharge in New Tax Regime: It is levied on the amount of income tax if the income excess a certain limit (depicted below):-

Net Income Rate of Surcharge
₹ 50 lacs to ₹ 1 Crore 10%
₹ 1 Crore to ₹ 2 Crore 15%
₹ 2 Crore to ₹ 5 Crore 25%
Above ₹ 5 Crore 37%

The surcharge of 25% & 37% shall not be levied on – Dividend Income, Income Chargeable u/s 111A, 112, 112A and 115AD(1)(b).

Further, from Assessment Year 2024-25, a maximum rebate of ₹ 25,000/- is allowed under section 87A, if the total income of a resident individual, who is opting for the new tax scheme under section 115BAC(1A) is up to ₹ 7,00,000/-.

Direct Taxes Management and changes proposed:

  • Now no tax liability for tax payers with income up to ₹ 7 lakh under new tax scheme.
  • Threshold for presumptive taxation for retail businesses was increased from ₹ 2 crore to ₹ 3 crore.
  • Threshold for professionals eligible for presumptive taxation was increased from ₹ 50 lakh to ₹ 75 Lakh.
  • Corporate tax rate was decreased from 30 per cent to 22 per cent for existing domestic companies.
  • Corporate tax rate was decreased to 15 per cent for certain new manufacturing companies.
  • Jurisdiction-based assessment system was transformed with the introduction of Faceless assessment   and    Appeal system and now central government may issue relevant directions for rationalization of laws of income tax in this regard up to 31st March 2025 in contract of existing deadline of 31st March [Amendment of section 144C].
  • Average processing time of returns has been reduced from 93 days in the year 2013-14 to a mere ten days this year with the more efficient use of IT infrastructure.
  • Slab tax rates remain intact, i.e., no change in income tax rates [Section 2].
  • Certain tax benefits to start-ups are expiring on 31.03.2024 will be extended to 31.03.2025. [Amendment of section 80-IAC]
  • Tax benefits on investments made by sovereign wealth or pension funds are expiring on 31st March 2024 will be extended to 31st March 2025.
  • Tax deduction on certain income of some International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) units are expiring on 31.03.2024 will be extended to 31.03.2025. [Amendment of section 80-LA]
  • Withdraw outstanding direct tax demands up to ₹ 25,000 pertaining to the period up to financial year 2009-10 and up to ₹ 10,000 for financial years 2010-11 to 2014-15.
  • Now w.e.f. 1st July 2023, TCS shall be collected @ 5% instead at existing rate of 20% by an authorise dealer in receipt of foreign remittance. [Amendment of section 206C(1G)]
  • TCS shall be collected @20% if the above amount remitted for any purposes other than the education or medical treatment.
  • Seller of an overseas tour programme package shall collect a sum of 20% of the amount or aggregate of amounts in excess of seven lakh rupees received from the buyer in a financial year.
  • Now, Central Government may issue direction up to 31st March 2025 to facilitate greater use of IT facilities for departmental appeals.  [Amendment of section 253]
  • Now, Central government may issue direction up to 31st March 2025 to facilitate the faceless Appellate Tribunal procedure which is based on IT platform. [Amendment of section 255]

Indirect Taxes Management and changes proposed:

  • Average monthly gross GST,collection has almost doubled to ₹ 1.66 lakh crore.
  • Biggest beneficiaries of GST, are customers due to decreased logistics costs and taxes.
  • import release time declined by 47 per cent at ICD, by 28 per cent at air cargo and by 27 per cent at sea port.
  • No change in tax rates on goods and services.

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Jan 302024
 

As we bid farewell to the past year and welcome the promises of the new one, the Indian business landscape gears up for another journey through the compliance maze. The start of 2024 brings with it a fresh perspective and a renewed commitment to adhere to the ever-evolving regulatory requirements. In this blog, we’ll navigate through the Indian compliance calendar for February 2024, ensuring businesses are well-prepared to embrace the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

 

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Jan 272024
 

Introduction:

In a recent development, the Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) has taken a significant step towards enhancing the Aadhaar seeding process. The circular issued on January 10, 2024, introduces a groundbreaking feature – face authentication – on the AAA+ Mobile App. This update aims to simplify and expedite Aadhaar seeding for Insured Persons (IPs) and their family members. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the details of these advancements and explore how this update is poised to improve user experience.

The Power of Face Authentication on AAA+ Mobile App

1. Seamless Aadhaar Seeding:

ESIC’s AAA+ Mobile App now empowers IPs to seed Aadhaar effortlessly using face authentication. This user-friendly feature eliminates the need for manual entry, providing a quick and secure alternative for users to link their Aadhaar details.

2. Google Play Store Update:

To access the latest face authentication feature, users are urged to update their AAA+ Mobile App through the Google Play Store. The update is already live, ensuring IPs can benefit from the enhanced Aadhaar seeding capabilities without delay.

3. User Manual Guidance:

ESIC has thoughtfully included a User Manual along with the circular, offering step-by-step instructions on leveraging the face authentication feature. This guide aims to assist users in navigating the AAA+ Mobile App seamlessly, ensuring a smooth experience while seeding Aadhaar.

Biometric Authentication Device ATS300: A Game-Changer

1. Successful Proof of Concept:

ESIC’s ICT Branch has successfully conducted a Proof of Concept (POC) for the Biometric Authentication Device ATS300 developed by M/s Access Computertech Pvt. Ltd. This device is now integrated into the employer and ESIC Staff portals, further streamlining the Aadhaar seeding process.

2. Additional Authentication Option:

The circular encourages the use of ATS300 in addition to the previously approved devices for biometric authentication. This not only provides IPs with more options but also enhances the overall security of Aadhaar seeding.

Implementation Details: Branch Office Login

ESIC’s commitment to efficiency is evident in the deployment of the new provision – “Aadhaar Seeding and ABHA Generation” – in the Branch Office login. This implementation is a strategic move to facilitate a smoother Aadhaar seeding process for PDB/DB Beneficiaries.

Coexisting Authentication Processes:

ESIC reassures users that the introduction of face authentication is complementary to existing methods. OTP based authentication and biometric authentication will continue alongside face authentication until further orders. This ensures that users can choose the method that suits them best.

Conclusion: A Technological Leap Forward

ESIC’s recent updates mark a significant technological leap forward in the realm of Aadhaar seeding. The incorporation of face authentication and the successful POC of the ATS300 device showcase ESIC’s commitment to providing secure, user-friendly services for IPs and their families. Users are encouraged to embrace these enhancements by updating their AAA+ Mobile App and referring to the attached User Manual for a seamless Aadhaar seeding experience. Stay tuned for further updates as ESIC continues to innovate and streamline its services.

 

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Process File Streamlining Aadhaar Seeding with Face Authentication  👈 DOWNLOAD

 

 

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Jan 252024
 

 

Introduction:

Introduce the recent circular issued by the Employees’ Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) and the corresponding directive from the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Highlight the significance of this decision in the context of identity verification and the legal landscape. This information sheds light on an important change regarding the acceptance of Aadhaar as proof of date of birth.

The key points of the analysis are:

UIDAI’s Directive (Circular No. 08 of 2023):

  • Aadhaar is not recognized as proof of date of birth according to the Aadhaar Act, 2016.
  • UIDAI emphasizes that Aadhaar provides identity verification, not proof of birth.

EPFO Circular and Implementation:

EPFO, in response to UIDAI’s directive, removes Aadhaar from the list of acceptable documents for correcting the date of birth. The decision is reflected in Table-B of Annexure-1 of the Joint Declaration SOP issued earlier. The circular is approved by the Central Provident Fund Commissioner (CPFC).

Legal Implications and UIDAI’s Clarifications:

The UIDAI’s circular refers to the Aadhaar Act, 2016, and regulations governing enrolment and update processes. The Aadhaar Act and an office memorandum from December 20, 2018, explicitly state that Aadhaar is not proof of date of birth. Recent judgments, including one from the Bombay High Court, reinforce that Aadhaar cannot be considered as proof of birth.

Communication to AUAs/KUAs:

UIDAI’s directive is communicated to all Authentication User Agencies (AUAs) and Know Your Customer User Agencies (KUAs) through Circular No. 08 of 2023. EPFO’s circular is directed to all ACC (Zones), RPFC (Regional offices), and Office in charge of ROs for widespread implementation.

Necessary Modifications:

The Internal System Division (ISD) is directed to make necessary modifications in the application software to align with the updated guidelines.

Conclusion:

The removal of Aadhaar as proof of date of birth by EPFO aligns with UIDAI’s directive and the legal stance on Aadhaar’s limitations. This change emphasizes the role of Aadhaar in identity verification rather than proof of birth, and it highlights the importance of accurate documentation in the context of identity verification. Entities involved in date of birth corrections within EPFO should be aware of and adhere to these changes to stay compliant with the latest regulatory updates. This information provides a comprehensive overview of the situation and its implications for EPFO members and other stakeholders.

Circular Download:-

EPFO Removes Aadhaar as Proof of Date: Navigating Charges in Identity Verification  👈 DOWNLOAD

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Jan 152024
 

The Karnataka Compulsory Gratuity Insurance Rules, 2024, issued by the Government of Karnataka, outline regulations regarding the payment of gratuity to eligible employees. Here’s a summary of the key provisions:

1. Title and Commencement

These rules are named the Karnataka Compulsory Gratuity Insurance Rules, 2024.
They come into force from the date of publication in the Official Gazette.

2. Definitions

Defines various terms such as “Act” (Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972), “employer,” “form, “nomination,” and “section.”
Refers to definitions in related acts like the Insurance Act, 1938, Life Insurance Corporation Act, 1956, etc.

3. Obtaining Insurance for Payment of Gratuity

New employers must obtain a valid insurance policy within 30 days from the rules’ applicability.
Existing employers must obtain insurance within 60 days from the commencement of the rules.
Employers must make timely premium payments and renew policies, informing the Controlling Authority promptly.

4. Recovery of the Amount of Gratuity

The Controlling Authority has the power to recover gratuity amounts from the insurance company in case of disputes or as determined by the employer.

5. Registration of the Establishment

Employers must register their establishments with the Controlling Authority within 30 days of obtaining insurance.
Details of insured employees must be submitted, and updates provided when there are changes.

6. Continuation of Approved Gratuity Fund

Employers with an existing approved gratuity fund or those employing 500 or more persons may opt to continue or adopt such arrangements by submitting an application.

7. Incorporation of Gratuity Trust

Employers with approved gratuity funds must register the Gratuity Trust with representatives and comply with relevant laws.
The trust can be managed privately, by the insurance company, or jointly.
The trust must adhere to certain standards and procedures for claiming and releasing gratuity amounts.

8. Compliance with the Provisions of the Act

Employers must take measures to fulfill their obligations under the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972.

The notification is signed by Suma. S, Under Secretary to Government, Labour Department, on behalf of the Governor of Karnataka, and is dated January 10, 2024.

 

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Jan 122024
 

1. Scheduled Employments:

The minimum rates of wages apply to 30 Scheduled Employments in the state, and the rates have been updated based on Fixation/Revision notifications for each scheduled employment.

2. Implementing Areas:

Zone A: Includes areas under Municipal Corporations, Municipalities, Notified Areas, Development Authorities, and Thermal Power Plant areas, including Township Areas.

Zone B: Encompasses the rest of West Bengal.

3. Calculation of Rates:

To determine the daily rate, the monthly rate should be divided by 26 (rounded off to the nearest rupee).
To find the weekly rate, the daily rate should be multiplied by 6.

4. Normal Working Day:

A normal working day consists of eight hours of actual work with a minimum half-hour recess, totaling 48 hours of actual work in a week.

5. Weekly Rest:

One day in any seven-day period, as per local convenience, is designated as the day of weekly rest. The minimum rates of wages include wages for the weekly day of rest. Payment for work done on the weekly rest day and beyond normal working hours is at double the ordinary rates.

6. Protection of Higher Rates:

If the existing rates of wages for any employee, based on a contractor, agreement, or other means, are higher than the rates specified in the circular, the higher rates will be protected.

7. Applicability to Contractors:

The minimum rates of wages are applicable to employees employed by contractors.

8. Rates for Disabled Persons:

The minimum rates of wages for disabled persons are the same as those payable to workers of the appropriate category.

9. Gender Equality:

Men and women employees are entitled to the same rates of wages for the same work or work of similar nature.

10. Enforceability:

The minimum rates of wages, along with variable dearness allowance (if any), together constitute the minimum rates of wages enforceable under the Minimum Wages Act, 1948 (11 of 1948).

The circular has been issued with the approval of the Labour Commissioner, West Bengal, as of December 12, 2023.

 

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Jan 032024
 

Appended below is the Pan India Compliance calendar for January 2024, the employer is under obligation to contribute towards some of the above-mentioned compliances for the welfare of the employees. Each of these compliances is again governed by a set of rules and formulas. It is proven to be a deliberate attempt to violate the provisions of the law, there could be imprisonment of the employer. Please, comply with the same in time to avoid any future non-compliance so that hefty penalties and fines are not charged by the respective dept.

 

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Dec 262023
 

 

ESIC Aadhar Seeding Application due to e-KYC changes by UIDAI. The letter provides instructions and updates regarding the process of seeding Aadhar details for insurance persons and their family members. Here’s a summary of the key points in the letter:

1. Background: The letter refers to previous instructions on Aadhar seeding issued on May 25, 2023, and October 31, 2023.

2. UIDAI e-KYC Update: UIDAI has updated its e-KYC response, specifically regarding the sharing of the date of birth. If the date of birth in UIDAI is recorded as ‘declared or approximate,’ only the year of birth is being shared on the ESIC Aadhaar Seeding application.

3. ESIC Portal Update: The ESIC Portal has been updated to allow users to select the date and month (Date/MM) during the Aadhaar seeding process, based on available documentary evidence. When the declared date of birth matches with the details in ESIC records, Aadhar will be seeded. In case of a mismatch, an update IP details request will be generated for approval.

4. Procedure for Cases with Only Year Visible: In cases where only the year is visible in the date of birth column after seeding Aadhaar details, the person handling Aadhaar seeding will enter the date and month based on Aadhar Card or other documentary evidence. The Aadhar number will be seeded accordingly. Such cases will be marked distinctly on the profile of the insurance person as a declared date of birth, subject to verification when necessary.

5. Deleted Blank Cases: All blank cases of Aadhaar mismatch requests from the last 15 days have been deleted from the backend. Field offices are instructed to approach the individuals again to seed their Aadhar numbers in the ESIC portal.

6. Help Files: The letter mentions that help files containing screenshots of the updated portal are attached for guidance.

7. Compliance Request: Field offices are requested to ensure strict compliance with these guidelines and expedite the Aadhaar seeding work.

If you have any specific questions or need further clarification on any part of the letter, feel free to ask.


DOWNLOAD: ESIC Procedure for Updating Aadhar Details.
DOWNLOAD: Circular for Aadhar changes updated.

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Nov 302023
 

Appended below is the Pan India Compliance calendar for December 2023, the employer is under obligation to contribute towards some of the above-mentioned compliances for the welfare of the employees. Each of these compliances is again governed by a set of rules and formulas. It is proven to be a deliberate attempt to violate the provisions of the law, there could be imprisonment of the employer. Please, comply with the same in time to avoid any future non-compliance so that hefty penalties and fines are not charged by the respective dept.

 

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