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As a salaried taxpayer, you are eligible for various tax benefits that can bring down your taxable income. Here is a look at six such benefits.
The Income-tax Act offers various tax benefits on certain investments and expenditures that can help you lower your gross taxable income and thereby your tax liability. Investments in PPF, EPF, ELSS and so on offers tax benefit up to a maximum of Rs...
Calculating your tax liability correctly and using the tax breaks offered under Section 80C are few points to check during your tax-saving exercise.
It's always better to plan your tax saving investments in advance than make the wrong moves at the fag end of the financial year.
In Budget 2016, relief was provided to employees who were not granted HRA by employer by increasing the maximum limit of deduction.
Here's a look at the new rules introduced in Budget 2018 and how much tax you would be able to save this financial year due to them.
The Finance Act 2015 inserted a new sub-section (1B) under Section 80CCD of the Income Tax Act to encourage investment in NPS.
Financial planners recommend keeping long-term financial commitments and goals, and not just tax breaks, in mind while carrying out this exercise.
But before you get down to choosing a tax saving investment you should probably first calculate how much you need to invest to save tax.
Here are seven fixed-income, tax-saving avenues for someone who does not want to take much risk with their investment and want just assured returns.
For Rs 9.75L earners it will be difficult to claim deductions without drastic cuts in lifestyle.
The deduction under section 80DDB can be claimed irrespective of whether you have paid a premium for a health insurance policy or not.