# What is the income tax rate for assessment year 2013 14?

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## What is the income tax rate for assessment year 2013 14?

Income Tax Slab & Deductions FY 2013-14

For Men below 60 years of age | For Senior Citizens (Age 80 years or more) | |
---|---|---|

Rs. 2,00,000 | Nil | Nil |

Rs. 2,00,001 – Rs. 500,000 | 10% | 20% |

Rs. 500,001 – Rs. 10,00,000 | 20% | 30% |

Above Rs. 10,00,000 | 30% |

### What was the income tax rate in 2012?

Married Individuals Filing Separate Returns

Taxable Income | 2012 Tax |
---|---|

Not over $8,700 | 10% of the taxable income |

Over $8,700 but not over $35,350 | $870 plus 15% of the excess over $8,700 |

Over $35,350 but not over $71,350 | $4,867.50 plus 25% of the excess over $35,350 |

**Is Mat applicable under section 115BAA?**

What is the new effective rate applicable to domestic companies? Such companies will not be required to pay Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) (MAT) under section 115JB of the act. The domestic companies opting for section 115BAA will not be able to claim MAT credits for taxes paid under MAT during the tax holiday period.

**What is the MAT rate for FY 2020 21?**

15%

How to calculate MAT? MAT is equal to 15% with effect from AY 2020-21(18.5% prior to AY 2020-21) of Book profits (Plus Surcharge and cess as applicable).

## What is normal income tax rate?

There are seven tax brackets for most ordinary income for the 2021 tax year: 10 percent, 12 percent, 22 percent, 24 percent, 32 percent, 35 percent and 37 percent.

### What was the original income tax rate?

The Revenue Act of 1916 began the practice of adjusting tax rates and income scales. The original income tax was 1% for the bottom bracket, which was comprised of income up to $20,000, and 7% for the top bracket, which was comprised of income over $500,000.

**What is mat as per income tax?**

MAT stands for Minimum Alternate Tax and AMT stands for Alternate Minimum Tax. Initially the concept of MAT was introduced for companies and progressively it has been made applicable to all other taxpayers in the form of AMT. In this part you can gain knowledge about various provisions relating to MAT and AMT.

**How is Mat calculated?**

MAT is calculated as 15% of the book profit of the tax assesse. Under existing rules, book profit is calculated as per Section 115JB of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

## What is MAT calculation in income tax?

How is MAT calculated? MAT is calculated as 15% of the book profit of the tax assesse. Under existing rules, book profit is calculated as per Section 115JB of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

### What is my tax rate?

2021 federal income tax brackets

Tax rate | Taxable income bracket | Tax owed |
---|---|---|

10% | $0 to $14,200 | 10% of taxable income |

12% | $14,201 to $54,200 | $1,420 plus 12% of the amount over $14,200 |

22% | $54,201 to $86,350 | $6,220 plus 22% of the amount over $54,200 |

24% | $86,351 to $164,900 | $13,293 plus 24% of the amount over $86,350 |

**How is MAT liability calculated?**

MAT Rate As per Section 115JB, every taxpayer being a company is liable to pay MAT, if the Income-tax (including surcharge and cess) payable on the total income, computed as per the provisions of the Income-tax Act in respect of any year is less than 18.50% of its book-profit + surcharge (SC) + health & education cess.

**What is the normal tax liability of this company under Mat?**

Thus, the normal tax liability of this company at the rate of 22% corporate tax will be Rs. 2.2 lakh plus cess and surcharge. On the other hand, the book profit of this company as per Section 115JB is Rs. 20 lakh. Thus, MAT at the rate of 15% of book profit will be Rs. 3 lakh plus cess and surcharge.

## Are mat provisions applicable to foreign companies?

As per section 115JB (4A), MAT provisions are not applicable to a foreign company whose total income comprises profits and gains arising from businesses referred to in sections 44AB, 44BB, 44BBA or 44BBB of the income tax Act. How is MAT calculated? MAT is calculated as 15% of the book profit of the tax assesse.

### What is the maximum amount of mat credit for normal tax?

Since the normal tax liability is more than the MAT liability, MAT credit can be claimed in this situation. Additionally, the maximum MAT credit that can be claimed in this case is Rs. 50,000 (difference between the normal tax liability and MAT).