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India Restructures Income Tax Department

by Mary Swire, Tax-News.com, Hong Kong

28 May 2013


The Indian Government is to spend nearly INR4.5bn (USD80.45m) creating over 20,000 additional posts in the Income Tax Department, with the aim of improving revenue collection and providing better taxpayer services.

1,349 new jobs will be offered in the Indian Revenue Service (IRS), and a further 19,402 in non-IRS cadres.

The Government expects its investment to yield more than INR250m in additional revenue per year.

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