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Learn Taxation with Practical Accounting Course

Master direct & indirect taxation with Entri’s business accounting & finance certification programme.

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Why Learn Taxation Course from Entri Elevate?

Industry experts and qualified CAs to guide

Industry experts and qualified CAs to guide

Accounting concepts and ERP software

Accounting concepts and ERP software

TallyPrime

TallyPrime

Live doubt-clearing session

Live doubt-clearing session

100% global placement assistance

100% global placement assistance

Guaranteed internship

Guaranteed internship

Certification

Certification

Become an Expert in Taxation!

Explore the field of taxation through our business accounting and finance certification program.

Master Excel & TallyPrime

UAE Accounting & Finance Module

Effectual Workshops

Soft Skill & Interview Training

Become an Expert in Taxation!

Explore the field of taxation through our business accounting and finance certification program.

Master Excel & TallyPrime

UAE Accounting & Finance Module

Effectual Workshops

Soft Skill & Interview Training

Online Taxation Course

Knowing your tax obligations is essential whether you're a freelancer, the online realm company owner, entrepreneur, or just someone who makes money online. With the help of Entri's online taxation course, you will get the information and abilities you need to effectively handle your online taxes, optimize your deductions, and reduce your overall tax liability. This comprehensive program provides a 360-degree learning experience and our experienced professionals guidance too.

Professionals to Guide You

Learn from Top-Notch Tax Experts

Taxation Course - FAQs

Do you have any questions? Here are some frequently asked questions that we have answered

Taxation in accounting is the process of recording and managing taxes in financial records and statements. It involves understanding and applying tax laws and regulations to accurately calculate and report the tax liabilities and obligations of individuals and businesses. It includes various tasks like

  1. Tax Planning
  2. Tax Compliance
  3. Tax Accounting
  4. Tax Reporting
  5. Tax Audit and Representation

You will learn both direct and indirect tax.

Direct Taxation Compliance

  • Source Of income
  • Tax slab
  • Assessment Year and Previous year
  • Key Provisions of Profit and gains from business /Profession
  • Income Tax filing
  • Advance Tax
  • TDS & TCS Compliance
  • Accounting for taxes

Indirect Taxation

  • Concept of GST
  • CGST, SGST, IGST
  • Tax Structure
  • Exemptions
  • Input Tax Credit
  • Taxability
  • Reverse Charge
  • Filing Returns
  1. Job Stability: Taxation is a field that consistently requires professionals to navigate and comply with ever-changing tax laws and regulations.
  2. Opportunities for Growth: Professionals can specialise in specific tax areas, such as corporate taxation, international taxation, or tax planning, which can lead to higher-level positions and increased earning potential.
  3. Professional Development: Taxation is a field that requires continuous learning and staying up to date with changing tax laws and regulations. This can provide opportunities for professional development 
  4. Work-Life Balance: Depending on the organisation and specific role, tax professionals may experience high workloads during peak tax seasons, such as the tax filing season. However, outside of these busy periods, many taxation jobs offer a good work-life balance.
  5. Compensation: Tax professionals, especially those with specialised knowledge and experience, can often command competitive salaries and benefits.

Core Course Curriculum

Topics

Fundamentals of Accounting

  • Accounting Principles & Concepts
  • Journal & Ledger
  • Preparation of financial statements
  • Bank reconciliation Statement

Business Structure

  • Types of Company
  • Sole Proprietorship
  • Partnership Firm

Computerised Accounting (TallyPrime)

  • Company Creation
  • Creation of Accounting Masters & Inventory Masters
  • Voucher Creation, GST, TDS & TCS
  • Payroll
  • Reports – Profit and loss account, balance sheet
  • Cost Centre & Cost Categories
  • Ratio Analysis
  • Other tools in tally

Direct Taxation Compliance

  • Source Of income
  • Tax slab
  • Assessment Year and Previous year
  • Key Provisions of Profit and gains from business /Profession
  • Income Tax filing
  • Advance Tax
  • TDS & TCS Compliance
  • Accounting for taxes

Indirect Taxation

  • Concept of GST
  • CGST, SGST, IGST
  • Tax Structure
  • Exemptions
  • Input Tax Credit
  • Taxability
  • Reverse Charge
  • Filing Returns

Banking

  • Introduction of banking
  • Types of banks
  • Objectives of banking
  • Bank funding

Corporate Law

  • Introduction
  • Key provisions & compliance of LLP Act
  • Key provisions & compliance of Companies Act

Labour Law

  • Introduction
  • Key Provisions of ESI & PF Act
  • Accounting & Compliances of ESI & PF

Communication Skills

  • Basic Etiquette
  • Correspondence
  • How to prepare a resume
  • How to attend an interview

Add on Modules

  • UAE Accounting
  • Finance Module
  • Excel

After learning a taxation course, you can explore various career opportunities in the field of taxation.

  1. Tax Accountant
  2. Tax Consultant
  3. Tax Manager 
  4. Tax Analyst 
  5. Tax Auditor 
  6. International Tax Specialist 
  7. Tax Policy Analyst 
  8. Tax Law Specialist 
This course is offered online, providing both live and recorded sessions. Expert CA faculties conduct live sessions, where you can interact with them, ask questions, and receive guidance. Additionally, recorded sessions are available for you to access at your convenience, allowing flexibility in your learning schedule.
Yes, you will have access to comprehensive study materials, including video tutorials, practice exercises, and additional online resources. These materials are designed to support your learning and provide a well-rounded understanding of the course content.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will have access to post-course services. These may include soft skill and interview training, internship opportunities, and 100% placement assistance.
Yes, upon completing the course, you will be awarded both an internship certificate and a course completion certificate.

Taxation Course Curriculum

  • Source Of income: A source of income is anything that provides you with a regular supply of money
  • Tax slab: To ensure fairness and facilitate easy calculation, the government utilizes a system called "tax slabs," which determines income tax based on different income levels.
  • Assessment Year and Previous year: The Assessment Year is the year in which the income earned in the previous year is assessed and taxes are paid. The Previous Year refers to the financial year that precedes the Assessment Year.
  • Income Tax filing: The process of submitting your income tax return (ITR) to the Indian Income Tax Department is known as income tax filing.
  • Advance Tax: A system known as advance tax allows people to pay their income tax year-round in installments rather than all at once at the conclusion of the tax year.
  • TDS & TCS Compliance: Important components of India's structure for tax compliance are TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) and TCS (Tax Collected at Source). In order to ensure timely collection and lower tax evasion, both methods seek to collect tax revenue at the source of income.
  • Accounting for taxes: The act of documenting and disclosing a company's or individual's tax obligations is known as accounting. The process entails determining the taxable revenue or loss, computing the tax liability, and documenting the tax gain or expenditure in the financial statements.

Concept of GST: A comprehensive indirect tax imposed on the delivery of goods and services in India is known as the Goods and Services Tax (GST). Value Added Tax (VAT), service tax, excise duty, and other indirect taxes imposed by the federal and state governments were replaced by it.

CGST, SGST, IGST: Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST):

  •  Levied by the central government
  •  Applies to intra-state supplies of goods and services (within a state)
  • Has a rate that is uniform across all states
  • The collected CGST goes to the central government

State Goods and Services Tax (SGST):

  • Levied by the state government
  • Also applies to intra-state supplies of goods and services
  • Has a rate that varies from state to state
  • The collected SGST goes to the respective state government

Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST):

  • Levied by the central government
  • Applies to inter-state supplies of goods and services (between states)
  • Has a rate that is uniform across all states
  • The collected IGST is divided between the central government and the state government of the receiving state

Tax Structure: A tax structure is the framework by which a government charges taxes on citizens and companies in order to generate income. It includes a number of components.

Exemptions: A legal provision known as an exemption permits an individual or an organization to be exempt from a law, regulation, or tax that would otherwise be applicable. There are many other reasons why exemptions could be given, including advancing religious freedom, safeguarding the public's health and safety, or fostering economic growth. 

Input Tax Credit: An Indian registered firm can claim credit for the GST it paid on purchases of goods and services that it used or planned to use for business purposes using the Input Tax Credit (ITC) mechanism under the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

More simply said, it lets companies pay less in taxes by deducting the GST they receive on their outputs from the GST they spent on their inputs. As a result, companies are protected from paying taxes on the whole value chain and just on the value they really provide.

Reverse Charge: Reverse Charge (RC) is a tax system in which the person who receives the products or services is responsible for paying the tax rather than the one who provided it. This isn't like the norm, when the provider gets the tax and sends it to the government.

Filing Returns: The act of sending a document to the tax authorities that includes your income, spending, and other pertinent financial data is known as filing a return. We refer to this document as a tax return. Calculating your tax burden, planning your tax payments, or requesting a refund for overpaid taxes are the goals of submitting a tax return.

  • Source Of income: A source of income is anything that provides you with a regular supply of money
  • Tax slab: To ensure fairness and facilitate easy calculation, the government utilizes a system called "tax slabs," which determines income tax based on different income levels.
  • Assessment Year and Previous year: The Assessment Year is the year in which the income earned in the previous year is assessed and taxes are paid. The Previous Year refers to the financial year that precedes the Assessment Year.
  • Income Tax filing: The process of submitting your income tax return (ITR) to the Indian Income Tax Department is known as income tax filing.
  • Advance Tax: A system known as advance tax allows people to pay their income tax year-round in installments rather than all at once at the conclusion of the tax year.
  • TDS & TCS Compliance: Important components of India's structure for tax compliance are TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) and TCS (Tax Collected at Source). In order to ensure timely collection and lower tax evasion, both methods seek to collect tax revenue at the source of income.
  • Accounting for taxes: The act of documenting and disclosing a company's or individual's tax obligations is known as accounting. The process entails determining the taxable revenue or loss, computing the tax liability, and documenting the tax gain or expenditure in the financial statements.

Concept of GST: A comprehensive indirect tax imposed on the delivery of goods and services in India is known as the Goods and Services Tax (GST). Value Added Tax (VAT), service tax, excise duty, and other indirect taxes imposed by the federal and state governments were replaced by it.

CGST, SGST, IGST: Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST):

  •  Levied by the central government
  •  Applies to intra-state supplies of goods and services (within a state)
  • Has a rate that is uniform across all states
  • The collected CGST goes to the central government

State Goods and Services Tax (SGST):

  • Levied by the state government
  • Also applies to intra-state supplies of goods and services
  • Has a rate that varies from state to state
  • The collected SGST goes to the respective state government

Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST):

  • Levied by the central government
  • Applies to inter-state supplies of goods and services (between states)
  • Has a rate that is uniform across all states
  • The collected IGST is divided between the central government and the state government of the receiving state

Tax Structure: A tax structure is the framework by which a government charges taxes on citizens and companies in order to generate income. It includes a number of components.

Exemptions: A legal provision known as an exemption permits an individual or an organization to be exempt from a law, regulation, or tax that would otherwise be applicable. There are many other reasons why exemptions could be given, including advancing religious freedom, safeguarding the public's health and safety, or fostering economic growth. 

Input Tax Credit: An Indian registered firm can claim credit for the GST it paid on purchases of goods and services that it used or planned to use for business purposes using the Input Tax Credit (ITC) mechanism under the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

More simply said, it lets companies pay less in taxes by deducting the GST they receive on their outputs from the GST they spent on their inputs. As a result, companies are protected from paying taxes on the whole value chain and just on the value they really provide.

Reverse Charge: Reverse Charge (RC) is a tax system in which the person who receives the products or services is responsible for paying the tax rather than the one who provided it. This isn't like the norm, when the provider gets the tax and sends it to the government.

Filing Returns: The act of sending a document to the tax authorities that includes your income, spending, and other pertinent financial data is known as filing a return. We refer to this document as a tax return. Calculating your tax burden, planning your tax payments, or requesting a refund for overpaid taxes are the goals of submitting a tax return.