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MAT to be diminished for co-operative societies to fifteen%: FM Sitharaman

Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman introduced the minimal alternate tax (MAT) down for co-operative societies to fifteen%.

The transfer will usher in a level-playing subject between co-operative societies and personal firms, that are taxed at 15%.

Presenting the Price range 2022-23 within the Lok Sabha, she stated the federal government has additionally proposed to cut back the surcharge on cooperative societies from the current 12 per cent to 7 per cent for these having complete revenue of greater than Rs 1 crore as much as Rs 10 crore.

“To supply a level-playing subject between cooperative societies and firms, I suggest to cut back this fee (MAT) for the cooperative societies additionally to fifteen per cent,” the finance minister stated.

At present, the cooperative societies are required to pay MAT on the fee of 18.5 per cent, whereas the businesses paid on the fee of 15 per cent, she added.

Decreasing the surcharge on cooperative societies from the current 12 per cent to 7 per cent, she stated the discount in surcharge is for these having a complete revenue of greater than Rs 1 crore to as much as 10 crore.

“This may assist in enhancing revenue of cooperative societies and its members who’re principally from the agricultural and from farming communities,” she added.

(With inputs from PTI)

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