This withholding VAT course will help you to learn all about VAT Deducted at Source (VDS). We have described who are eligible to deduct tax, when to deposit the deducted VAT, how to deposit, how to fill up challan, prescribed Mushak form etc in details.
Each year a new SRO published to provide guideline about VDS. In this online tax course, we have discussed SRO 149 which is applicable for the financial year 2020-21. VAT at source is most complex issue because there are several VAT rates, schedule and SROs. And all these require to follow during VAT deducted at source. You will get in depth discussion from this tax training course.
The suppliers and withholding entities have the specific responsibilities to follow otherwise legal consequences arise. What are the penalties for both parties failure to comply the responsibilities are described in this corporate tax course in details.
Mushak 6.3 and Mushak 6.6 need to fill up by the suppliers and withholding entities. And the deducted VAT amount shall deposit within prescribed timeline through treasury challan. All these three forms are described in this VAT course in excel soft copy. This will help you to comply all the required form for VDS.
The most benefit of this course is that you will get unlimited access to this course for a particular period. It will help you to watch the course again and again. So, watch the course whenever you could manage time.
Main attraction of this course is that you will get the soft excel copy of Mushak 6.3, Mushak 6.6 and Treasury Challan which will help you in your company!
- Withholding Entity
- Withholding VAT Applicable
- Withholding VAT Applicable for 43 Services
- Withholding VAT not Applicable
- Mushak 6.3
- Withholding VAT on Procurement Provider
- Responsibilities of Withholding Entity
- Responsibilities of Supplier
- Mushak 6.6
- Treasury Challan
- Interest and Penalty
- Lectures 17
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 1.35 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language Bangla
- Students 17
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
- VAT APPLICABLE/NOT APPLICABLE
- PROCUREMENT PROVIDER
- LEGAL CONSEQUENCES