Deductions Made Under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act of 1961

Contributions to specific relief funds and charity organisations are deductible under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act. However, all donations are ineligible for Section 80G deductions. Only contributions to specified funds are deductible. This deduction is open to all taxpayers, including individuals, corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. If you choose the new tax regime, you will not be able to claim this deduction. Who is eligible for claiming deduction under section 80g? People must be aware that many causes are there in the exem...

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Mechanism of settlement of Industrial Disputes

Any industry continually suffers from disputes. The relationship between employees and their pay is the one that raises the most concerns, and a disagreement between two parties results from their inability to agree. The employer and the employee are the parties involved in the labour dispute. Traditionally, the employer has constantly introduced an excessive self-being in the powerful position, placing the representatives on the lower stepping stool of the general public. This disparity must be corrected so that the representative and the business have...

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