The majority of the citizens know just about the kind of findings and the farthest point of derivation under Section 80C yet there are couple of more conclusions which citizen can claim to bring down the measure of assessment payable. Recorded underneath is a far reaching picture of expense reasonings and exceptions that you are qualified for in different monetary items
|80CCG||Resident individual (Not for NRI)||New investors who invests under equity scheme if gross total income does not exceed Rs. 10 lakh||50% of amount invested in equity shares, restricted to Rs. 25,000|
|80D||Individual /HUF||Medical insurance premium paid for self, spouse or dependent children||Maximum Rs.15,000 and Rs. 20,000 in case of senior citizen|
|80DD||Resident individual / resident HUF||For maintenance including treatment or insurance the lives of physical disable dependent relatives||Rs 50,000 flat and Rs.1 lakh in case of severe disability|
|80DDB||Resident individual / resident HUF||Medical treatment expenses for himself or dependent or a member of HUF (in case of HUF assessee)||Actual expense or Rs. 40,000 (Rs. 60,000 in case of senior citizen)|
|80E||Individual||For interest payment on loantaken for Higher studies for self or education of spouse or children||Entire amount of interest (not principal) is deductible for maximum of 8 years|
|80G||All assessees||Donations to charitable institution||100% or 50% of amount of donation made. (Refer)|
|80GG||Individual (who does not get HRA)||For rent paid||Least of the following:|
1). Rs. 2000 per month
2). 25% of total income
3). Rent paid less 10% of total income
|80GGC||All assessee other than Indian companies||Contribution give to political parties||Sum contributed to political parties|
|80TTA||Individual/HUF||Interest in savings account (Not time deposits or fixed deposits)||Maximum is Rs. 10,000|
|80U||Individual/HUF||Only for taxpayer and not for any other i.e. spouse, children etc||Rs. 50,000 which goes to Rs. 1 lakh in case taxpayer is suffering from severe disability|
Hence, there are several sections apart from 80C that can help an individual benefit from tax exemptions. It is time to start looking beyond 80C for tax savings.
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