Friday, February 24, 2017

Income tax slabs for FY2016-17 / AY2017-18 and Eligible deductions

Now we are reaching the end of financial year 2016-17. It is high time to know the various slabs for Income Tax to be paid by Individuals,Senior Citizens(above 60 years) and Super Senior Citizens(above 80 years) which are given below. Various savings which are eligible for deductions as per IT act are also listed below the IT slabs. 

Hope that this article will help for your tax planning.

What is an income tax slab?
For the betterment of the society, the government of India charges a certain percent of the amount on the taxpayer. To have an unbiased approach for charging money from the various range of earners, the government has formalised a structure for charging the amount which is known as income tax slab. Income tax is mainly calculated on the gross income of an individual.
It is designed for everyone whether a person is an individual, senior citizen, HUF, companies, etc. Income tax rules are applicable to all the resident of India and the rules are governed by I-T Act of 1961.

What tax slabs are available?
The tax rate applicable for calculating liabilities of tax for the FY 2016-17/ AY 2017-18:
Individuals who are below the 60 years of age and are born after April 1, 1957.
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Resident senior citizen who are 60 years of age and less than 80 years of age at any time during the FY 2016-17 and born after April 1, 1937, and before March 31, 1957
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Resident super senior citizen who are above 80 years of age or more at any time during FY 2016-17 and born before April 1, 1937.
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Is there any rebate offered under the I-T Act?
Yes, the rebate is offered under section 87A of the Income Tax Act. The rebate is 100% applicable for a person earning not more that 5,00,000 p.a. The maximum rebate that can be claimed under the Act is Rs.5000. If someone is falling under such criteria, he/she can claim for the rebate before applying the education cess.

The rebate amount has been increased from the previous FY which was Rs.2000 only.

What are the deductions available under chapter VI-A of the I-T Act?
Deductions of section 80 are covered under the chapter VI of the Income Tax Act. 80C for investment, 80CCD (IB) for NPS, 80CCC for pension funds, 80D for health insurance, 80E for education loan, 80EE for interest on the loan for buying house property, 80G for donations, 80U for disability, 80TTA interest on deposits in bank accounts and much more.
Source:http://www.financialexpress.com/money/want-to-know-about-the-income-tax-slabs-for-fy2016-17-ay2017-18-here-are-the-details/497260/

*INCOME TAX Exemption Updates... For every Investor For FY:16-17)*
Here is a guide to help your Tax Planning.
🔱 80 C:- Max limit    150000/- (Life Insurance Premium, MF , FD , NSC, PPF , Home Loan Principal , etc.)

🔱 80CCD:-50000/- (NPS)

🔱 80CCG:- 25000/- or 50% of your investment which ever is less

🔱 80D:-25000/-
( Mediclaim Policy for self spouse, children)
🔱 30000/- for dependent parents u/s-80D. Medical reimbursement :- 15000/- US 17(2)

🔱 80DDB:- Medical expense occurred on dependent for specified ailment.

🔱80TTA:- Up to 10000/- for Interest saving bank account

🔱 Gift tax :- Exempted upto 50000/-. Above 50k full amount taxable (FY) from other than Blood relation.. Gift from Blood relation is 100%Exempted...

🔱 Transport allowance :- 19200/- (FY)
C.E.A. :- 2400/- (FY)

🔱 HRA :- as per the calculation
🔱 24(b) :- 200000/- (home loan interest)
🔱 80G :- full amount in few selected organisation. This exemption is 50%
🔱 80GGB :- 100% exemption for political parties
🔱 80EE :- unlimited (interest on education loan)....
🔱 80U :- 75000/- (in case of taking care of a Handicapped depends)..

You can plan your 
Income Tax Exemptions for  Financial Year 2016-17 as per above guidelines.

7 comments:

  1. valuable information :) thank you so much sir :)

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  2. Sai....A timely and useful post.

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  3. such a valuable article about Income tax slabs for FY2016-17. really most authentic info to be aawre with us. thanks for posting.




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