section 24

Income Tax Deduction allowable on Housing Loan

Income Tax - Article explains three Deduction Claimed on the payment of principal and Interest amount of Housing Loan which are deduction under Section 24b for Interest on Home Loan, deduction under Section 80EEA which provides deduction on Interest on house loan over and above the eligibility mentioned in the section 24 and deduction under Section 80...

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Government wants you to own a house

Income Tax - The government wants you to own a house and the same becomes evident from the various tax benefits allowed under the income tax laws to the persons who own a house. Let us understand the various beneficial tax provisions which prove that the government wants you to own a house....

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EMI on Home Loan & Its Impact on Income Tax Computation

Income Tax - EMI on Home loan has two components. One component is repayment towards principal amount of loan and the other is interest portion. The article will describe regarding the tax benefit an assessee can avail on making payment of EMI. Loan can be taken for construction or purchase or repair or renewal or reconstruction of residential [&helli...

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Deduction of Interest on House Property | Section 24(b), 80EE, 80EEA

Income Tax - Treatment of Interest against House Property in computation of Income [Section 24(b), 80EE, 80 EEA] After calculating the gross annual value (GAV) which is fairly simple to compute, most of the confusion to calculate the income under house property lies in computing the amount of interest deductible from the GAV. Section 24(b) of the Inco...

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FAQs on Income from house property

Income Tax - Is rental income from sub-letting chargeable to tax under the head Income from house property? Ans: Rental income in the hands of owner is charged to tax under the head Income from house property. Rental income of a person other than the owner cannot be charged to tax under the head Income from house property....

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Tax Exemption on notional rent on second self-occupied house (Budget 2019)

Income Tax - While presenting interim Budget 2019-20 FM proposed to exempt the levy of income tax on notional rent on a second self-occupied house subject to It has been proposed to exempt the levy of income tax on notional rent on a second self-occupied house.  Currently, income tax on notional rent is payable if one has more […]...

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Interest against House Rent from Children used Jointly allowable

Md. Hussain Habib Pathan Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai) - We say so as it may well, in view of the joint residence, be that no area (portion) is specified in the rent agreements. The number of family members living jointly; their living requirements – which may not be uniform; fair rental value of the property, etc., are some of the parameters which coul...

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Neither of Section 24(b) & Section 48 excludes operation of other

Ashok Kumar Shahi Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi) - Deduction under section 24(b) and computation of capital gains under section 48 of the Act are altogether covered by different heads of income i.e., income from 'house property' and 'capital gains'. Further, a perusal of both the provisions makes it unambiguous that none of them excludes operative o...

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Depreciation on Office Premises assessed as House Property Income?

Shri Prashant Jayantilal Patel Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai) - Shri Prashant Jayantilal Patel Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai) The sole subject matter of present appeal is to adjudicate whether the assessee would be eligible to claim depreciation on certain premises, which although forms part of block of assets,has been let out during the impugned AY & earned certain ...

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Home Loan Interest deduction on House Property under co-ownership

Shardaben Bhavani Vs ITO (ITAT Mumbai) - The present appeals filed by the assessee are directed against the orders passed by the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals)-44, Mumbai, dated 20.04.2016, for A.Ys 2006-07 and 2007-08, which in itself arises from the orders passed by the A.O under Sec. 147 r.w.s 143(3) of the Income-tax act, 1961 (f...

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Interest on home Loan availed of to repay earlier loan is allowable U/s. 24(b)

Akulu Nagaraj Gupta Subbaraju Vs. ITO (ITAT Bangalore) - If second borrowing has really been used to repay the original loan and this fact is proved to the satisfaction of AO, interest paid on the second loan would also be allowed as deduction under section 24....

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UBD (PCB) BPD Cir No. 34 /16.26.000/2009

RBI/2009-10/ 262 UBD (PCB) BPD Cir No. 34 /16.26.000/2009- 10 - (17/12/2009) - 2. With a view to disseminating information on the SLR status of a Government security, it has been decided that: (i) the SLR status of securities issued by the Government of India and the State Governments will be indicated in the Press Release issued by the Reserve Bank of India at the time of iss...

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Income Tax Deduction allowable on Housing Loan

Article explains three Deduction Claimed on the payment of principal and Interest amount of Housing Loan which are deduction under Section 24b for Interest on Home Loan, deduction under Section 80EEA which provides deduction on Interest on house loan over and above the eligibility mentioned in the section 24 and deduction under Section 80...

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Government wants you to own a house

The government wants you to own a house and the same becomes evident from the various tax benefits allowed under the income tax laws to the persons who own a house. Let us understand the various beneficial tax provisions which prove that the government wants you to own a house....

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EMI on Home Loan & Its Impact on Income Tax Computation

EMI on Home loan has two components. One component is repayment towards principal amount of loan and the other is interest portion. The article will describe regarding the tax benefit an assessee can avail on making payment of EMI. Loan can be taken for construction or purchase or repair or renewal or reconstruction of residential [&helli...

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Deduction of Interest on House Property | Section 24(b), 80EE, 80EEA

Treatment of Interest against House Property in computation of Income [Section 24(b), 80EE, 80 EEA] After calculating the gross annual value (GAV) which is fairly simple to compute, most of the confusion to calculate the income under house property lies in computing the amount of interest deductible from the GAV. Section 24(b) of the Inco...

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FAQs on Income from house property

Is rental income from sub-letting chargeable to tax under the head Income from house property? Ans: Rental income in the hands of owner is charged to tax under the head Income from house property. Rental income of a person other than the owner cannot be charged to tax under the head Income from house property....

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Eligibility of Interest on housing loan for double deduction

Interest on housing loan which was claimed as a deduction under section 24(b) [while computing income from house property] was also deducted by the assessee under section 48 [as cost of acquisition while computing capital gains from sale of such house property]....

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Interest against House Rent from Children used Jointly allowable

Md. Hussain Habib Pathan Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai)

We say so as it may well, in view of the joint residence, be that no area (portion) is specified in the rent agreements. The number of family members living jointly; their living requirements – which may not be uniform; fair rental value of the property, etc., are some of the parameters which could be considered for the purpose. The AO ...

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Tax Treatment of Composite Rent, Unrealised Rent and Rent Arrears

The Article covers following topics : Discussion on charging section i.e. section 22 with focus on meaning of various terms viz: Building Land appurtenant to a building Owner Deemed owner Property used for the purpose of business or profession Tax treatment of composite rent : Composite rent i.e. rent of building and charges for various [...

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Tax Benefit on Home Loan

Repayment of housing loan is through Equated Monthly Installments (EMI) which consists of principal and interest component. As the repayment comprises of 2 different components, the tax benefit on home loan is governed by different sections of the Income Tax Act and these are claimed as tax deductions under different sections while filing...

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Tax and Interest Subsidy Benefit on Home Loan

This article will cover details regarding Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY). Further, also cover subsidy rate, maximum loan amount and other details regarding this scheme such as how to avail loan under this scheme and how this scheme works, income tax benefits for home loan. Are you looking for a home loan? If yes, then […]...

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Neither of Section 24(b) & Section 48 excludes operation of other

Ashok Kumar Shahi Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

Deduction under section 24(b) and computation of capital gains under section 48 of the Act are altogether covered by different heads of income i.e., income from 'house property' and 'capital gains'. Further, a perusal of both the provisions makes it unambiguous that none of them excludes operative of the other....

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Four Less-Known Facts of Tax Deduction on Home Loan

Buying a house means making your dream come true where you spend hours and days looking for a suitable property, checking backgrounds and finally scouting for the best deal on a home loan (unless you have loads of money to pay for the house without taking a mortgage)....

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Tax Benefits on Home Loan for Joint Owners

Income Tax benefits on Housing Loan for Joint Owner of Rs. 2 Lakh each Section 24(b) of Income Tax Act, 1961 (amended) Conditions for claiming Interest on Home Loan ↓ 1. Income Tax benefits on a joint home loan can be claimed by all the joint owners. 2. Ownership is required for joint owners i.e. […]...

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Depreciation on Office Premises assessed as House Property Income?

Shri Prashant Jayantilal Patel Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai)

Shri Prashant Jayantilal Patel Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai) The sole subject matter of present appeal is to adjudicate whether the assessee would be eligible to claim depreciation on certain premises, which although forms part of block of assets,has been let out during the impugned AY & earned certain rental income which has been assessed as...

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Income Tax on Two Self-Occupied Properties

Owning a House property or any property is not without responsibility but paying House property Tax on it annually definitely is. Property can be of any nature i.e., For residential purposes or commercial all are taxed under the head of ‘ Income from House property’. Any property used for business purposes or profession is taxed [&hel...

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Tax Exemption on notional rent on second self-occupied house (Budget 2019)

While presenting interim Budget 2019-20 FM proposed to exempt the levy of income tax on notional rent on a second self-occupied house subject to It has been proposed to exempt the levy of income tax on notional rent on a second self-occupied house.  Currently, income tax on notional rent is payable if one has more […]...

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Tax benefits available for home loans

Under Section 80 C, an individual and an HUF can claim a deduction up to Rs 1.50 lakh for principal repayment of home loan taken for a residential house along with other eligible items like Public Provident Fund, Employee Provident Fund, life insurance premium, National Saving Certificates Equity Linked Saving Scheme etc. ...

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Taxation of Co-operative Housing Societies & Income Tax Return

In general the perception is that income of Co–operative Societies is not chargeable to tax and therefore many societies do not bother to take PAN No. & file Income Tax returns. This is a wrong perception since though certain types of income of CHS are exempt there are other incomes which are chargeable to Tax....

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Home Loan Interest deduction on House Property under co-ownership

Shardaben Bhavani Vs ITO (ITAT Mumbai)

The present appeals filed by the assessee are directed against the orders passed by the Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals)-44, Mumbai, dated 20.04.2016, for A.Ys 2006-07 and 2007-08, which in itself arises from the orders passed by the A.O under Sec. 147 r.w.s 143(3) of the Income-tax act, 1961 (for short „Act‟), each dated 14.03.20...

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Housing Loans Come With Twin Benefits

Various tax benefit available under the Income Tax Act 1961, would help house aspirers to go in for housing loans which were a bit costlier till now. Taking loans for housing needs also makes an economic sense as it offers income tax incentives and exemptions....

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Income Tax Benefits for Assesses taking Home loan

So, here we are talking about the various tax benefits provided by the Income Tax Act, 1961 to the taxpayers who have taken housing loan. There are various deductions available under the Act for the payment of loan amount (principal) as well as the interest component the same includes home loan interest deduction under section 24, Section...

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FAQs on Housing Loan & Income tax benefit

Home loan entitles Individuals to Deduction Under Section 80C of up to Rs. 1.50 Lakh and Interest Deduction under section 24 of up to Rs. 2 Lakh. Articles deals with Faqs on Benefit U/s. 24 and 80C on Jointly Owned Property, Under Construction Property, multiple properties and Simultaneous benefit of Interest exemption and HRA. ...

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Income from House Property- All you want to know

Rental income in the hands of owner is charged to tax under the head Income from house property. Rental income of a person other than the owner cannot be charged to tax under the head Income from house property. Hence, rental income received ...

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Buy home to reduce Income Tax burden

As we are in the middle of the financial year , it is time to start planning your tax saving strategies. A house can also be used to reduce the tax liability to a certain extent. Under Section 24 of the Income Tax Act, deduction in respect of interest paid up to Rs 1.5 lakhs (2 lakh from AY 2015-16) per annum on a home loan is allowed....

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Income Tax Benefits from House Property and Loan

Section 80C for Investment in Residential House Property and for payment of Principal amount – The Equated Monthly Installment (EMI) that you pay every month to repay your home loan consists of two components – Principal and Interest. The principal component of the EMI qualifies for deduction under Sec 80C....

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Deduction of Interest on Home Loan From House Property income

Section 24(b) of the Act allows deduction from income from houses property on interest on borrowed capital on Home Loan as under:- (i) the deduction is allowed only in case of  house property which is owned and is in the occupation of the employee for his own residence.However, if it is actually not occupied by […]...

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Double Benefit on Taxes on Housing Loan

The Income Tax Act provides deduction under section 80C against Principal Repayment and exemption under Section 24(b) on Interest payment of Housing Loan. Article explains tax benefit on Housing Loan taken and possession received in the same year and also when possession received in next year....

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Tax Benefits on Home Loan

Article deals with Tax Benefit on Home loan under section 80C for Loan Principal Payment, Section 24 for Interest Payment, Tax planning of Home Loan & HRA....

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Tax & Loan Eligibility benefits from Home loan in Joint Names

Tax benefits of Home Loan- Overall there are two types of tax benefits that are available on the repayment of a housing loan. Interest paid on the loan is eligible for a deduction up to Rs. 1.5 lakh per annum from the taxable income of the individual under Sec 24 when the property is self-occupied or it is one ownership property lying vac...

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Analysis on cross connection between Sec. 80EE and Sec. 24(b)

Finance Act, 2013 with a view to provide additional benefit towards interest paid by assessee against housing loan inserted a new section of deduction i.e Section 80EE w.e.f. 01.04.2014.However Certain amendment to this section was made via Finance Act 2017, i.e, Deduction in respect of interest on loan taken for residential house propert...

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Tax benefits you can avail by investing in an apartment

Most of us are aware of the tax deductions available for home loan principal and interest payments. However, tax laws for fully-constructed, under-construction, self-occupied and let-out apartments all differ from each other. Knowing the nitty-gritty of these tax laws can help you claim all the deductions you stand eligible for. Here’s ...

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Deduction we use to forget while computing taxable income

Deduction for Medical treatment of dependent :- Under Section 80DD of the Act, where an individual has incurred expenditure for the medical treatment, training and rehabilitation of a dependent, being a person with disability or has paid or deposited any amount under prescribed scheme for the maintenance of dependent, such individual will...

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10 lesser known Income Tax Deductions

We all know about the popularly know deductions like deduction u/s. 80C & 80D. But many times we use to forget to claim many other deductions which are available under the Income Tax Act, which can reduce our tax burden significantly. In this article we discussed 10 such lesser know deductions which taxpayers tend to forget to claim while...

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Little known schemes u/s. 80C of Income Tax Act

If an individual falls in the 30% tax bracket and has exhausted the maximum limit of Section 80C, one can save upto  Rs 46,800 in taxes.  We runs you through the provisions of Section 80C. However, we highlight those schemes that are little known and which many investors avail of sparingly. Stamp duty and registration […]...

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Interest on home Loan availed of to repay earlier loan is allowable U/s. 24(b)

Akulu Nagaraj Gupta Subbaraju Vs. ITO (ITAT Bangalore)

If second borrowing has really been used to repay the original loan and this fact is proved to the satisfaction of AO, interest paid on the second loan would also be allowed as deduction under section 24....

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Hoardings rent income of Housing Society is taxable as House Property Income

Bimanagar Co. Op. Housing Society Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Ahmedabad)

Bimanagar Co. Op. Housing Society Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Ahmedabad)- ITAT held that income earned by the assessee, in consideration of having given rights to have play hoardings etc. are taxable as income from house property. Accordingly, deduction under section 24(a) was indeed admissible in the present case. Full Text of the ITAT Order is [&...

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Brokerage, electricity, legal expenses not allowable in calculation of House Property Income

Ranjeet D Vaswani Vs The. ACIT-12(3) (ITAT Mumbai)

While calculating annual rental value for Income from House Property,  expenses like brokerage, electricity expenses, legal expenses and bank charges would not be allowed as permissible expenditures as these expenses are not covered under sections 23 and 24 of Income Tax Act, 1961 as permissible expenditure. Full Text of the ITAT Order i...

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Assessee can claim housing loan interest in capital gain computation u/s 48 despite the fact that same had been claimed u/s 24(b)

Gayatri Maheshwari Vs I.T.O. (ITAT Jodhpur)

6. The ld. CIT(A) on consideration of the assessment order, assessee’s submissions and the case laws relied upon by the assessee, has held as under: The only dispute in the instant case is whether the interest paid by the assessee to the bank on loan availed for purchase of property could be allowed as deduction in computing the capital...

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S. 24(b) Interest on Loan taken to repay earlier Loan on property allowable

DCIT Vs M/s. Patton Developers Pvt. Ltd. (ITAT Kolkata)

Whether interest paid by assessee on loan taken for repaying the loan earlier borrowed for acquisition of the property is allowed as deduction u/s 24(b) of the Income Tax Act,1961?...

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Analysis of Income from House Property

WHAT IS INCOME FROM HOUSE PROPERTY? Income that arises by owner from any building or land attached with building is chargeable under the head House Property.....

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S.24(b) Co-owners with unspecified shares entitled to equal interest deduction

Priya Mahajan Vs Commissioner of Income Tax (Appeals) (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

Since the individual shares were not specified in the sale deed and the house property as well as the housing loan is to be taken as jointly by all the co-owners, the logical conclusion is that everyone had equal share in the property and the assessee was entitled to 1/4th deduction, i.e. 25% of the entire interest. ...

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S.24 Interest for property acquisition allowed despite use in construction

Mrs. Samiksha Mahajan & Mrs. Anita Rani Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

As per provisions u/s 24, it is crystal clear that deduction is allowable on account of interest paid on the borrowed capital within three years from the end of the financial year in which capital was borrowed....

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8 Changes in Personal Taxes by Union Budget 2016-17

There has been no change in personal tax rates. The basic exemption limit continues at Rs.2.50 lacs. Tax Rebate of Rs. 2000 available to small tax payers under Section 87A has been increased from Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 5,000. This will benefit about around 2 crore marginal tax payers....

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Increase in time period for acquisition/ construction of house property for Interest Claim

Increase in time period for acquisition or construction of self-occupied house property for claiming deduction of interest The existing provision of Clause (b) of section 24 provides that interest payable on capital borrowed for acquisition or construction of a house property shall be deducted while computing income from house property. T...

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Brokerage expenses not allowed against income from house property

M/s. Radiant Premises Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai)

ITAT Mumbai held In the case of M/s. Radiant Premises Pvt. Ltd. vs. ACIT that the phrase rent received and receivable u/s 23, contemplates the amount received for the enjoyment of the property and certain rights in the said property by the tenant....

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Interest on delayed payment in connection of acquisition of property is allowed u/s 24 (b)

Wel Intertrade Pvt. Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Delhi)

ITAT Delhi held In the case of Wel Intertrade Pvt. Ltd. vs. ITO that there is no dispute that for purchasing the property at Munirka for a consideration of Rs.9,37,33,600, the assessee had taken loan from HDFC Bank for Rs.6.50 crores on which the authorities below have allowed the interest paid by the assessee....

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Loan foreclosure charges are eligible for deduction u/s 24(b)

Subha Singhvi Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

1. The assessee is an individual, who earned rental income from certain properties and claimed deduction for interest on loan paid by the assessee as interest u/s 24(b)of the Income Tax Act, 1961. 2. The A.O., on perusal of interest certificate given by the bank, noticed that out the total interest of Rs. 29,89,223/-...

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SC on Taxability of income from letting of properties (House Property or Business Income)

Chennai Properties & Investments Ltd Vs CIT (Supreme Court of India)

The appellant-assessee is a company incorporated under the Indian Companies Act. Its main objective, as stated in the Memorandum of Association, is to acquire the properties in the city of Madras (now Chennai) and to let out those properties....

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Tax Planning- Income From House Property

1. How is income to be computed, if a property is partly let out and partly self-occupied? Answer. It has to be treated as two residential units and income from each unit has to be computed according to law by allocating common outgoings on a basis proportionate to area of occupation....

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Sultan Brothers (P) Ltd. v. CIT (Supreme Court)

Sultan Brothers (p) Ltd Vs Commissioner of Income Tax (Supreme Court of India)

Sultan Brothers (P) Ltd. v. Commissioner of Income Tax' [1964 (5) SCR 807]. Whether a particular letting is business has to be decided in the circumstances of each case. It would not be the doing of a business if it was exploitation of his property by an owner....

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Second 'House'- Problematic in Real life as well as in Income Tax?

Krishna, what are the Provisions in Income Tax Act, when a Taxpayer already owns a house and again Purchases another house i.e., 'Second House'? Arjuna, listen carefully; otherwise having a second house may become a hardship. E.g. If the Taxpayer is having a House at Aurangabad and he purchases another Flat at Mumbai, then he has to show ...

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Rent from Mobile antennae installed at terrace taxable as House Property Income

Manpreet Singh Vs ITO (ITAT Delhi)

Rent is for space to host the antennas and not for the antennas. As long as the rent is for the space, terrace and roof space in this case and which space is certainly a part of the building, the rent can only be taxed as ‘income from house property’....

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Home Loan Interest Exemption Limit increased to Rs. 2 Lakh

Government has raised Home/ Housing Interest Exemption amount under section 24 from Rs. 1.50 Lakh to Rs. 2 Lakh WEF Assessment Year 2015-16 in respect of Loan Taken for Purchase of Self Occupied House Property....

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6 Expectations of Middle Class from Budget 2014

CA Sandeep Kanoi Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is expected to present his budget either in last week of June 2014 or in First week of July 2014. With Budget around the corner the Taxpayers are very enthused about expected tax reliefs from Mr. Arun Jaitley and started thinking that good days are around the […]...

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Loan Prepayment charges allowed as deduction from house property income

M/s. Windermere Properties Pvt. Ltd. Vs. The Dy. Commissioner of Income-tax (ITAT Mumbai)

Ground no.2 about the deduction in respect of property tax amounting to Rs. 2.03 lakh and ground no.3 against the confirmation of disallowance of Rs. 3,96,243 being various expenses incurred against the house property income were not pressed by the learned AR. Both these grounds stand dismissed....

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Expense by tenant on house property repairs cannot be included in ALV

Tushar Shantilal Kothari Vs. Dy. CIT (ITAT Ahmedabad)

In the present set of facts, we have noted that the AO had considered the impugned repair expenditure as annual rent in the hands of the assessee which was without any basis. As far as the assessee was concerned, the deduction @ 30% is like a standard deduction as prescribed u/s.24(a) of IT Act, not necessarily incurred towards repairs of...

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S. 80EE Additional Deduction of Interest upto Rs.1 Lakh on Home Loan for First Home Buyer

Under the existing provisions of section 24 of the Income-tax Act, income chargeable under the head ‘Income from House Property’ is computed after making the deductions specified therein. The deductions specified under the aforesaid section are as under:-...

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Deduction of Interest Paid on More Than One Loan Borrowed for Purchase or Construction of same House

There is no bar in section 24 of the Income Tax Act regarding the number of loans on which interest is allowable simultaneously. In fact ,the simple rule of the deduction of interest u/s 24 of the Income Tax Act is that whatever be the interest paid or due on loan borrowed for purchase or construction of house is allowable as deduction. S...

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Assessee is entitled to deduction for society charges for the property given on rent

Shri Saif Ali Khan Vs. Asst. Commissioner. of Income Tax (ITAT Mumbai)

Saif Ali Khan Vs ACIT (ITAT Mumbai) -With regard to the deduction of Society charges, we find that it has also been disallowed by the AO on the ground that since a flat amount of 30% of annual value is allowed, no other deduction is allowable. However, we find that sec. 24(a) reads as under B...

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UBD (PCB) BPD Cir No. 34 /16.26.000/2009

RBI/2009-10/ 262 UBD (PCB) BPD Cir No. 34 /16.26.000/2009- 10 (17/12/2009)

2. With a view to disseminating information on the SLR status of a Government security, it has been decided that: (i) the SLR status of securities issued by the Government of India and the State Governments will be indicated in the Press Release issued by the Reserve Bank of India at the time of issuance of the securities; and (ii) an upd...

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Where fair market value of the capital asset under transfer is less than the valuation as per Stamp Value Act

Mohd Shoib Vs DCIT (ITAT Lucknow)

Where fair market value of the capital asset under transfer is less than the valuation as per SVA and such valuation as per SVA becomes final under Stamp Duty Act then the assessee is left with no choice and has to pay tax on the notional sale consideration on the valuation as per SVA....

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Brokerage paid on renting of property not allowable u/s. 23 and 24 of the Income Tax Act

Tube Rose Estates Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Delhi)

Brokerage could be claimed as collection charges if as per the agreement, it is the responsibility of the broker to collect the rent but provision relating to deduction on account of collection charges in sub-clause (viii) of section 24 stand deleted from Assessment year 1993-94 and collection charges are included in the lump-sum deducti...

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Determination of annual value of a IInd house which is not let out

Ramesh Chand Vs. ITO (ITAT Agra)

4.3 Both the authorities below have taken a view that though section 24(b) does not draw any distinction between a property that is self-occupied and one that is not, the assessee having not disclosed any income (annual value) there-against, and which can only be in respect of one house property, which stands already specified by him (the...

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Estate of Ambalal Sarabhai vs CIT (Gujarat High Court)

Estate Of Ambalal Sarabhai Vs Commissioner Of Income-Tax (Gujarat High Court)

The Tribunal, Ahmedabad Bench, has referred the following questions in respect of the asst. yrs. 1972-73 and 1973-74 for the consideration of the High Court under s. 256(1) of the IT Act, from the Tribunal's order dt. 18th August 1981, and 20th August 1983, the later being question on the ground which was raised but through oversight not ...

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CIT vs J. K. Investor (Bombay) Ltd. (Bombay High Court)

Commissioner Of Income Tax Vs J. K. Investor (Bombay) Ltd. (Bombay High Court)

The short point which arises for consideration in this appeal is : Whether notional interest on interest-free deposit received by the assessee against letting of property could be taken into account in cases falling under section 23(1)(b) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as 'the Act') In other words, whether notional i...

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M/s. Chelmsford Club Vs CIT (Supreme Court)

M/S. Chelmsford Club Vs Commissioner Of Income-Tax (Supreme Court of India)

The High Court relying on Section 22 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (hereinafter referred to as the Act) and following the judgment of Allahabad High Court in the case of C.I.T., U.P. v. Wheeler Club Limited {(1963) 49 ITR 52} and some observations of the Delhi High Court in the case of C.I.T., Delhi-II v. Delhi Gymkhana Club Ltd. (155 ITR 3...

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CIT vs Sampathammal Chordia (Madras High Court)

Commissioner Of Income-Tax Vs Sampathammal Chordia (Madras High Court)

Whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case and having regard to the provisions of Section 23 of the Income-tax act, 1961, the Appellate Tribunal was right in holding that only the actual rental receipts should be treated as annual letting value though the municipal authorities have fixed the annual value at a higher figure...

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CIT vs Tarachand Kalyanji (Bombay High Court)

Commissioner Of Income-Tax Vs Tarachand Kalyanji (Bombay High Court)

The question whether the charge was voluntary or involuntary will have to be decided with reference to the facts relating to the creation of such charge. If the charge is created voluntarily, it remains so, whether it is created before the amendment or after the amendment....

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CIT vs Parbutty Churn Law (Calcutta High Court)

Commissioner Of Income-Tax vs Parbutty Churn Law (Calcutta High Court)

Under Income-tax Act the annual value of the property is to be taken as a sum which the property might reasonably be expected to fetch. The annual value is no doubt a hypothetical sum. But what is to be taken into consideration is the whole of the consideration which the landlord receives from the tenant for his right to use and occupy t...

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