Section 80CCC

What are the deductions allowed under Chapter (VIA) of Income tax Act, 1961

Income Tax - Discover key deductions under Chapter VIA of the Income Tax Act, 1961, including Section 80C, 80D, and 80G. Learn how to optimize your taxable income and benefit from various investment and insurance-related deductions....

Exploring section 80CCC – Retirement Benefits with Tax Deduction

Income Tax - Unlock the potential of Section 80CCC under the Income Tax Act for retirement benefits. Explore deductions up to Rs 1.5 lakhs, annuity plans, tax implications, and strategic financial planning. Plan your future with tax-savvy retirement solutions. ...

Submitting Investment Declaration form: Things to ponder on

Income Tax - As a salaried employee, he/she must submit a tax declaration form via Form 12BB at the beginning of each financial year or 3 months prior to the close of the particular financial year. The form is statement of claims that and employee gives for deduction of tax to his/her employer to claim exemptions or deductions […]...

Section 80CCC deduction – Contribution to certain Pension Funds

Income Tax - Deduction is allowed if the assessee has paid any amount towards any annuity plan of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) or any other insurer for receiving pension from pension fund. Pension received from the policy is also considered as part of taxable income. A general life insurance policy cannot be used to claim deductions [&hel...

Income Tax under the head Salary

Income Tax - CA ARPAN JAIN Understanding your Pay slip Basic Salary Fixed Component of your pay House Rent Allowance Salaried individuals, who live in a rented house/apartment, can claim house rent allowance or HRA to lower tax payment. This can be partially or completely exempt from taxes. Leave Travel Allowance Salaried employees can avail exemption...

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What are the deductions allowed under Chapter (VIA) of Income tax Act, 1961

Discover key deductions under Chapter VIA of the Income Tax Act, 1961, including Section 80C, 80D, and 80G. Learn how to optimize your taxable income and benefit from various investment and insurance-related deductions....

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Exploring section 80CCC – Retirement Benefits with Tax Deduction

Unlock the potential of Section 80CCC under the Income Tax Act for retirement benefits. Explore deductions up to Rs 1.5 lakhs, annuity plans, tax implications, and strategic financial planning. Plan your future with tax-savvy retirement solutions. ...

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Submitting Investment Declaration form: Things to ponder on

As a salaried employee, he/she must submit a tax declaration form via Form 12BB at the beginning of each financial year or 3 months prior to the close of the particular financial year. The form is statement of claims that and employee gives for deduction of tax to his/her employer to claim exemptions or deductions […]...

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Section 80CCC deduction – Contribution to certain Pension Funds

Deduction is allowed if the assessee has paid any amount towards any annuity plan of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) or any other insurer for receiving pension from pension fund. Pension received from the policy is also considered as part of taxable income. A general life insurance policy cannot be used to claim deductions [&hel...

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Income Tax under the head Salary

CA ARPAN JAIN Understanding your Pay slip Basic Salary Fixed Component of your pay House Rent Allowance Salaried individuals, who live in a rented house/apartment, can claim house rent allowance or HRA to lower tax payment. This can be partially or completely exempt from taxes. Leave Travel Allowance Salaried employees can avail exemption...

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Allowable Deductions from Income while Filing Return of Income

Deductions from Gross Total Income This Article covers the common deductions which can be claimed while filing Income Tax Return. Most Common Deductions are classified in the following Categories for easy understanding- 1. Income Based Deductions 2. Standard Amount of Deductions 3. Investment Based Deductions 4. Expenses Based Deductions ...

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Section 80C, 80CCC, 80CCD deduction (Rs. 1,50,000+50,000)

Deduction under Section 80C, Section 80CCC, Section 80CCD (Maximum amount of Income Tax deduction Rs. 1,50,000+Rs. 50,000) Deduction under Section 80C In order to calculate total income of an Individual & HUF certain payments are very important to claim deduction u/s 80. Hence to know about which type of payment that are eligible to d...

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Points to be Kept in Mind before filing Income Tax Return

As we all are aware that the return filing season for AY 2020-21 has been started. Now everyone are geared up for filing there Income Tax Return on time. Hence today I am writing this article to mentioned some important points which we all need to keep in mind at the time of filing the […]...

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Tax benefits from Investment in Mutual Funds

Let me begin by describing the meaning of a Mutual Fund. It is a financial product that pools money of different individuals and invests on their behalf into various assets such as equity, debt or gold as per the objective of the scheme. Based upon the investor’s financial goals and risk appetite, there are several funds to choose from....

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All you want to know about Pension & Its Taxability

Article explains Who is eligible for pension/ family pension, What is the tax treatment for family pension received by the legal heirs of a deceased employee, Document to be filled for family pension in case of death, Documents to be filled when the name of the claimant member is not available in the records, What […]...

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