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Career Path - Tax Consultant

You’ll learn about financial community, Tax accountants, tax analyst, tax advisor, income tax consultant, tax recruiter etc.
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Embark on our Career Path - Tax Consultant program, featuring two core courses:

1. GST (Goods and Services Tax)

2. TDS (Tax Deducted at Source)

Taxation is basically a process of imposing tax on individuals who produce taxable income. A tax consultant/advisor is referred to as a tax accountant who helps people and organizations to complete their tax returns every financial year. This can involve extracting and analyzing information from their financial documents, like, wage, employment and mortgage, investment statements, etc. A tax consultant is also required to travel to meet with clients. Tax advisors can either work independently, for the government or for a firm. Their salaries also depend on the education qualifications.

The primary role of a tax consultant or a tax advisor is to help people and organizations in paying their taxes. They hold expertise in tax law, tax compliance, and tax planning. Both individuals and business owners can hire a tax consultant for long and short-term tax optimization.

Tax accountants play an important role in the financial community, particularly for business owners. Tax accountants prepare tax returns for individuals or organizations. Taxation is an exciting and demanding area of accounting consisting enormous scope and considerable future.  Being well-versed in taxation can open numerous job opportunities for you as revenue managers, tax accountant, tax analyst, tax advisor, income tax consultant, tax recruiter, tax examiners, business tax consultant, property tax consultants, tax manager and collectors. 

What must a tax consultant be able to do?

Mathematical knowledge.

Legal knowledge.

Comprehensible communication of complex facts.

Reliability and a sense of responsibility.

Accounting skills.

After successful completion of Career path – Tax Consultant course, candidates can get various opportunities of work in both the private and public sector such as banking, stock market, and MNCs. In most of the cases, candidates are required to either complete an undergraduate or a PG diploma for better job opportunities. However, the average salary after completing a diploma in taxation is around Rs. 2.4 Lakh per annum.

 

Course/Topic 1 - GST - all lectures

  • 1 - Introduction to GST in India - part 1

    • 1:19:05
  • 2 - Introduction to GST in India - part 2

    • 1:22:45
  • 3 - Introduction to GST in India - part 3

    • 1:19:14
  • 4 - Supply under GST - Intro and Definition - part 1

    • 1:08:00
  • 5 - Supply under GST - part 2

    • 1:10:40
  • 6 - Supply under GST - part 3

    • 1:03:31
  • 7 - Supply under GST - part 4

    • 1:12:18
  • 8 - Supply under GST - part 5

    • 48:08
  • 9 - Charge of GST - part 1

    • 1:05:59
  • 10 - Charge of GST - part 2

    • 2:01:35
  • 11 - Charge of GST - part 3

    • 2:10:30
  • 12 - Charge of GST - part 4.1

    • 45:32
  • 13 - Charge of GST - part 4.2

    • 55:25
  • 14 - Charge of GST - part 5

    • 2:37:39
  • 15 - Exemptions from GST - part 1.1

    • 1:56:06
  • 16 - Exemptions from GST - part 1.2

    • 23:42
  • 17 - Exemptions from GST - part 2.1

    • 22:17
  • 18 - Exemptions from GST - part 2.2

    • 1:48:46
  • 19 - Exemptions from GST - part 3

    • 1:46:16
  • 20 - Exemptions from GST - part 4

    • 1:54:10
  • 21 - Exemptions from GST - part 5

    • 1:59:27
  • 22 - Exemptions from GST - part 6

    • 1:27:58
  • 23 - Place of Supply - Intro & Definition

    • 1:35:45
  • 24 - Place of Supply - Sections 10 & 11

    • 54:44
  • 25 - Place of Supply - Section 12 - part 1

    • 1:39:12
  • 26 - Place of Supply - Section 12 - part 2

    • 58:48
  • 27 - Place of Supply - Section 13

    • 1:43:36
  • 28 - Time of Supply - Intro & Definition

    • 45:48
  • 29 - Time of Supply - Section 12

    • 1:08:52
  • 30 - Time of Supply - Section 13

    • 56:04
  • 31 - Time of Supply - Section 14

    • 33:10
  • 32 - Value of Supply - Intro & Definition

    • 56:24
  • 33 - Provisions for Valuation of Supply

    • 1:42:15
  • 34 - Rules for Valuation of Supply - part 1

    • 1:03:27
  • 35 - Rules for Valuation of Supply - part 2

    • 1:06:21
  • 36 - Input Tax Credit - Intro & Definition

    • 1:57:02
  • 37 - Apportionment of Blocked Credits

    • 1:15:45
  • 38 - Blocked Credit in Special Circumstances - Section 18

    • 1:13:31
  • 39 - Blocked Credits - part 1

    • 1:49:14
  • 40 - Blocked Credits - part 2

    • 21:20
  • 41 - Distribution of Credit by ISD - Sections 20 & 21

    • 2:33:22
  • 42 - Input Tax Credit - Section 16

    • 1:52:44
  • 43 - Registration - Intro & Definition

    • 51:17
  • 44 - Registration - Section 22

    • 1:09:32
  • 45 - Registration - Sections 23 & 24

    • 1:18:00
  • 46 - Registration - Section 25 - part 1

    • 1:20:36
  • 47 - Registration - Section 25 - part 2

    • 1:51:41
  • 48 - Registration - Sections 26 to 30 and Rules

    • 2:03:35
  • 49 - Tax Invoice - Definition & Section 31

    • 1:28:27
  • 50 - eInvoicing

    • 1:30:46
  • 51 - Tax Invoice - Special Cases - part 1

    • 1:06:26
  • 52 - Tax Invoice - Special Cases - part 2

    • 1:05:01
  • 53 - Credit and Debit Notes

    • 1:08:43
  • 54 - Accounts and Records - part 1

    • 41:36
  • 55 - Accounts and Records - part 2

    • 1:30:24
  • 56 - Electronic Way Bill - part 1

    • 1:01:58
  • 57 - Electronic Way Bill - part 2.1

    • 1:01:14
  • 58 - Electronic Way Bill - part 2.2

    • 32:35
  • 59 - Electronic Way Bill - part 3

    • 13:35
  • 60 - Payment of Tax - Intro & Definition

    • 1:02:13
  • 61 - Payment of Tax - Section 49

    • 1:30:08
  • 62 - Payment of Tax - Section 50

    • 52:44
  • 63 - Returns - Intro & Definition - part 1

    • 1:20:13
  • 64 - Returns - part 2

    • 1:07:39
  • 65 - Returns - part 3

    • 1:52:06
  • 66 - Returns - part 4

    • 1:10:54
  • 67 - Returns - part 5

    • 54:54
  • 68 - Import and Export under GST - Intro & Definition

    • 1:02:41
  • 69 - Import of Goods under GST

    • 1:05:14
  • 70 - Import of Services under GST

    • 1:09:03
  • 71 - Registration and ITC in case of Import of Goods and Services

    • 17:13
  • 72 - Export under GST

    • 1:46:07
  • 73 - Refunds - part 1

    • 2:36:23
  • 74 - Refunds - part 2.1

    • 39:39
  • 75 - Refunds - part 2.2

    • 1:04:47
  • 76 - Refunds - part 3

    • 50:06
  • 77 - Refunds - part 4

    • 1:06:32
  • 78 - Refunds - part 5.1

    • 1:12:10
  • 79 - Refunds - part 5.2

    • 04:21
  • 80 - Job Work - part 1

    • 1:12:57
  • 81 - Job Work - part 2

    • 43:08
  • 82 - Assessment and Audit - part 1

    • 1:05:55
  • 83 - Assessment and Audit - part 2

    • 1:21:34
  • 84 - Inspection - Search - Seizure - Arrest - part 1

    • 1:10:52
  • 85 - Inspection - Search - Seizure - Arrest - part 2

    • 1:11:11
  • 86 - Demands and Recovery - Intro & Definition

    • 54:00
  • 87 - Demands and Recovery - Sections 73 & 74

    • 2:38:54