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New income tax code to be tabled before December
August, 08th 2007
The new income tax code that will simplify and replace the nearly five decades-old law will be introduced in Parliament in the next four months amidst indications that there may be "finetuning" of taxes but no "radical" changes in them.

Over the weekend, Finance Minister P Chidambaram has been working on drafting the code, which after being tabled in Parliament, will have to go through a process that will take quite some time before it is passed.

The Finance Minister says that the salaried class pays the maximum taxes and the honest tax-payer need not worry about any harassment. But the long wait for refunds will end once the refund banker system is extended throughout the country.

"Yes, I even worked on Saturday and Sunday. Before the end of the calendar year we will introduce it in Parliament," he told media in an interview when asked if he was on course on enacting a new Income Tax Code.

He said the code would begin from a zero base and would aim at simplification of the provisions of the income tax law. It would completely replace the IT Act of 1961, he said adding he had worked over the last week-end on the subject.

The history of income tax in modern India dates back to 1860, when the first Income Tax Act was introduced. After independence, based on Law Commission's report, the present income tax law was enacted in September, 1961.

On the subject of taxes touching low ASEAN levels in the country, Chidambaram said for that the base must become wider and compliance must get better.

Asked about his recent statement on lowering tax levels, he said, "All I said was if compliance iimproves and tax base gets wider there is scope for reduction. And I added that we must always work on the premise that lower tax rates could nevertheless enhance revenues."

Asked if tax-payers could expect something in the next budget, he said, "depends on what we find is the revenue picture in the first week of February."

To a question as how close the country was to the ASEAN levels of low taxes, Chidambaram said on customs the country was "more or less there". On excise, VAT and service tax, no major changes could be expected till India had a Goods and Services Tax (GST) in place.

"So there will be some finetuning but there will no major radical changes in these taxes," he said.

On income tax, the Finance Minister said the rates were quite reasonable and moderate. Asked if the rates could be reduced in the next two to three years," I can't say. The tax base must become wider and compliance must become better," he said.

To a query on apparent contradiction between attempts to lower tax levels and levying of surcharge, Chidambaram said the government had not raised any surcharge except on education.
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