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    Will my tuition fee be deductible if I provide tutions at my home?

    I provide tuitions to 10 students at my home which is my part time work when I get time from my regular office .I earn pretty good amount from that. So will my this income be taxable if I am providing it at my home premises?

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    Rituja Array
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    Re: Will my tuition fee be deductible if I provide tutions at my home?

    Hello,

    You have mentioned that you have been working in a company,since it is a private one,there is no such compulsion that you cannot practise any other part time job.It is good that you manage time from your official work and be able to earn some extra income taking tuition classes.Let me tell you,dont be worried thinking about these wrong speculations.There is nothing where they can complain regarding your taking tuition classes at home.But to be on the safe side I will suggest you,not to disclose anything regarding this to your office or office colleagues.

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    manojbadoniya Array
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    Re: Will my tuition fee be deductible if I provide tutions at my home?

    Dear income always considers as income and this may be legal or illegal but you are in legal work from both sources and earning well so that you should not hide the fact and should not try to save money from the income tax department because when they rates nobody can save himself from the truth that is why you need to share your income to the income tax department and there is no matter, where you teach or where you work because earning may be done from anywhere means a general Juice shopkeeper earns from the road by using barrow or cart means he is earning and if he is earning more and his earning is able to be taxed then he will have to pay so that the place of earning does not matter in case of income tax that is why I would like to suggest you for your better future that you should mention everything about your income to the income tax office and pay the tax at the time and I am sure that if you will provide this information then you will not be charged for too much because this is not the real source of your income but do not hide this at all for your better future

    All the best

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