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Jan 28, 2019
Budget 2019: Govt should consider increasing deduction under 80C to Rs 3 lakh or more per annum; raise limit for tax saving investmentsThe maximum tax rate of 30 percent triggered at an income exceeding Rs 10 lakh per annum may reasonably be enhanced to Rs 20 lakh per annum.
Jan 10, 2019
Finance Minister should consider liberalising Section 80C, and increase tax exemption limitSenior citizens have their own geriatric needs. Unfortunately, section 80C doesn’t cater to them.
Mar 12, 2018
As financial year end approaches, here's how to smartly save your tax by planning aheadWith the dust finally settled on the ‘populist’ budget announcement, investors can now devise strategies and discover avenues to prudently plan to save tax for the remainder of the current financial year and the next financial year as wel
Jan 31, 2018
Budget 2018: Will Arun Jaitley offer a surprise income tax cut to salaried employees?In the upcoming budget, the overall exemption limit available to salaried employees under various sections of Income Tax Act needs a re-look to broaden the scope for savings
Jan 22, 2018
Budget 2018: Why Section 80C is in urgent need of overhaul; one size does not fit allThe only senior citizen-specific provision in section 80C can be health-related.
Mar 30, 2017
Income tax returns filing to be simpler from 1 April; likely to ecnourage e-filingIndividuals with salary and interest income will have to fill fewer columns as some of these for claiming income deductions have been clubbed in ITR1 form called 'Sahaj'.
Jan 24, 2017
Budget for salaried: SBI for raising income tax exemption to ease demonetisation painWhile the revenue forgone through exemptions would be over Rs 35,000 crore, tax collections under IDS-2 could be around Rs 50,000 crore and cancelled liabilities from the RBI is expected to be around Rs 75,000 crore, said SBI's Chief Economic Advisor Soumya Kanti Ghosh
Feb 27, 2013
Budget 2013 wishlist: FM should increase tax exemption capA maximum deduction of Rs 1,50,000 is available for interest paid on housing loan. The property price and interest rates have increased substantially over years. There is a need to revise this limit of deduction.
Feb 08, 2013
Quick checklist of non-80C instruments for tax benefitsThere are ways to save your tax apart from Section 80C. These can be range from medical, health and even to education. Have a look.