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The timing of recognizing income may differ by type of taxpayer or type of income.
Income generally includes most types of receipts that enrich the taxpayer, including compensation for services, gain from sale of goods or other property, interest, dividends, rents, royalties, annuities, pensions, and all manner of other items. Most tax systems exclude from income health care benefits provided by employers or under national insurance systems.
Deductions allowed[ edit ] Nearly all income tax systems permit residents to reduce gross income by business and some other types of deductions.
By contrast, nonresidents are generally subject to income tax on the gross amount of income of most types plus the net business income earned within the jurisdiction. Expenses incurred in a trading, business, rental, or other income producing activity are generally deductible, though there may be limitations on some types of expenses or activities.
Business expenses include all manner of costs for the benefit of the activity. An allowance as a capital allowance or depreciation deduction is nearly always allowed for recovery of costs of assets used in the activity. Rules on capital allowances vary widely, and often permit recovery of costs more quickly than ratably over the life of the asset. Most systems allow individuals some sort of notional deductions or an amount subject to zero tax.
In addition, many systems allow deduction of some types of personal expenses, such as home mortgage interest or medical expenses. Business profits[ edit ] Only net income from business activities, whether conducted by individuals or entities is taxable, with few exceptions. Many countries require business enterprises to prepare financial statements  which must be audited. Tax systems in those countries often define taxable income as income per those financial statements with few, if any, adjustments.
A few jurisdictions compute net income as a fixed percentage of gross revenues for some types of businesses, particularly branches of nonresidents. Credits[ edit ] Nearly all systems permit residents a credit for income taxes paid to other jurisdictions of the same sort. Thus, a credit is allowed at the national level for income taxes paid to other countries. Many income tax systems permit other credits of various sorts, and such credits are often unique to the jurisdiction.
Alternative taxes[ edit ] Some jurisdictions, particularly the United States and many of its states and Switzerland , impose the higher of regular income tax or an alternative tax. Switzerland and U. Nearly all jurisdictions require those paying employees or nonresidents to withhold income tax from such payments. The amount to be withheld is a fixed percentage where the tax itself is at a fixed rate.
Alternatively, the amount to be withheld may be determined by the tax administration of the country or by the payer using formulas provided by the tax administration.
Payees are generally required to provide to the payer or the government the information needed to make the determinations. Withholding for employees is often referred to as "pay as you earn" PAYE or "pay as you go.
Calculation of the tax to be withheld may be done by the government or by employers based on withholding allowances or formulas. Nearly all systems require those whose proper tax is not fully settled through withholding to self-assess tax and make payments prior to or with final determination of the tax.
Self-assessment means the taxpayer must make a computation of tax and submit it to the government. Some countries provide a pre-computed estimate to taxpayers, which the taxpayer can correct as necessary.
The proportion of people who pay their income taxes in full, on time, and voluntarily that is, without being fined or ordered to pay more by the government is called the voluntary compliance rate.
These include Canada , Germany , Switzerland, and the United States , where provinces, cantons, or states impose separate taxes. In a few countries, cities also impose income taxes. The system may be integrated as in Germany with taxes collected at the federal level. The Tribunal vide consolidated order dated The Revenue preferred appeal before the Hon'ble jurisdictional High Court wherein the decision of the Tribunal was affirmed.
The relevant portion from the order of Hon'ble High Court is reproduced hereunder for ready reference:- 4 "8. Coming to the next question as to whether the order of the Tribunal holding that the assessee is entitled for carry forward and set off excess of expenditure incurred during the year over its income.
We find that in view of section 11 1 a of the Act, it cannot be said that the expenditure incurred in the earlier eyar cannot be met out of the income of the subsequent year and utilisation of such income for meeting the expenditure of the earlier year would not amount to such income being applied for charitable or religious purposes.
Having regard to section 11 1 a of the Act in our view when the income of the trust is used or put to use to meet the charitable or religious purposes it is applied for charitable purpose and the said application of the income for charitable or religious purposes takes place in the year in which the income is adjusted to meet the expenses incurred for charitable or religious purposes.
Thus even if the expenses for charitable and religious purposes have been incurred in the earlier year and the said expenses are adjusted against the income of a subsequent year, the 5 income of that year can be said to have been applied for charitable and religious purpose in the year in which expenses incurred for charitable and religious purposes had been adjusted.
There are no words of limitation in section 11 1 a of the Act explaining that the income should have been applied for charitable or religious purposes only in the year in which the income had arisen see CIT vs.
Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation supra and has committed no error in holding this issue in favour of the assessee. So far as the contention of the learned Senior DR that SLP has been filed by the Department against the aforesaid decision of the Hon'ble High Court is concerned, neither any contrary 6 decision was brought to our notice nor any order was produced before us staying or reversing the aforesaid decision of the Hon'ble jurisdictional High Court, therefore, respectfully following the aforesaid decision of the Hon'ble Jurisdictional High Court, this appeal of the assessee is allowed.
The crux of arguments advanced by the learned Senior DR is that the learned CIT A ignored the fact that allowing depreciation in earlier year tantamounts to double benefit to the assessee ignoring the decision of the Hon'ble Apex Court in Escorts Limited and others vs.
On the other hand, the learned counsel for the assessee contended that the Tribunal in the case of the assessee itself for the A. Society of Sisters of St.
Anne ITR 28 Karn. It is the exhaustion of the effective life of a fixed asset owing to use of obsolescence. It may be computed as that part of the cost of the asset which will not be recovered when the asset is finally put out of use.
The object of providing depreciation is to spread the expenditure, incurred in acquiring the asset, over its effective life time, the amount of provision made in respect of an accounting period, is intended to represent the proportion of such expenditure which has expired during that period.