All about Tax Saving
The government has extended the last date for tax saving for FY2019-20 from March 3...
According to chartered accountants, individuals can complete their tax-saving exerc...
If you can't afford to pay for health insurance premium or unable to buy one due to...
The I-Tax Act, 1961 provides several avenues by way of deductions under different s...
If you have incurred any of the below-mentioned expenses in the FY 2017-18, then yo...
- Don't rush to make last-minute tax-saving investments
- Is your single premium life insurance policy eligible for tax benefits?
- How to invest in tax saving mutual fund schemes
- Seven tax-saving investments for the risk averse
- How to save tax without fresh investments in FY 2019-20
- What are the income tax exemptions and other monetary benefits available to women?
- For the risk-averse, NPS ticks all boxes for retirement, tax savings
New to the working world and tax-saving? Here's help
Many young earners are left confused as to what the tax-saving exercise entails. In this video, Shambhavi Mehrotra of ET Online sheds light on how young salaried taxpayers should go about the process, what are the tax-saving investments and expenditu...
How to get a double benefit on your tax-saving this FY
While choosing the right tax saver, among several other factors such as safety, liquidity and returns, make sure you understand how the returns would be taxed. If the income earned is taxable, the scope to make money over the long run gets constraine...
Tax saving checklist: 5 facts you need to remember
January to March is the time when we finish our tax saving exercise. Have you calculated your tax liability correctly? Have you entirely used the tax breaks offered under Section 80C? These are some of the critical questions you need to ask yoursel...
How a salaried person with Rs 7.75 lakh income now pays z...
Going by the Budget 2019 proposals, a salaried individual with gross total income up to Rs 7.75 lakh can invest in various tax saving avenues and avail of different deductions to reduce taxable income to Rs 5 lakh and consequently pay no tax for FY20...
- How to save tax via NPS investing in the new income tax regime
- 4 expenses to help you in tax-saving under section 80C
- You can get tax benefit on the money you have donated during the year
- When do you need to pay tax on your EPF?
- All you need to know about Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana
- 6 fixed income investments to cut your tax outgo
- Smart things to know about taxation of equity-oriented MFs
- How your mutual fund investment is taxed
- Taxation of debt mutual funds
- 5 online options for last-minute tax-saving
- How to get an income tax e-refund
- Things to know about section 80C of the Income Tax Act
- Things to know about tax-saving fixed deposits
- 5 taxable allowances for employees
- Documents to collect before this FY ends
- 7 tax-saving options for risk-averse investors
- How to make payment of TDS on sale of property
- Dos and don'ts to ensure your HRA claim isn't rejected
- How to avoid tax-saving traps
- Check these 7 tax-savers before you invest again
To save on tax or pay a low premium, don't just buy any term plan without reading the terms & conditions. Here are a few important things one should consider.
Although the National Pension System comes with exempt-exempt-exempt (EEE) tax status, there is a catch.
Section 80G of the I-T Act allows donations made to specified relief funds and charitable institutions as a deduction from gross total income.
The Finance Act 2015 inserted a new sub-section (1B) under Section 80CCD of the Income Tax Act to encourage investment in NPS.
Before you start looking for tax saving investments under Section 80C, do a small exercise to determine how much you have already committed towards it. In this episode of ET Wealth Wisdom, we will tell you if you need to make addi...
Did you know you that can claim tax deduction on stamp duty? Here are other tricks that can help you cut tax.
Here are 3 scenarios young earners are likely to face while claiming tax exemption on HRA and how they can deal with these.
Depending on the kind savings or expenditures you incur, under sections 80C and 80CCD1b of the Income-Tax Act, you are eligible for certain tax deductions.
If you are looking to invest in NPS merely to save tax, you need to weigh its pros and cons as it is more of a retirement focused investment.
"The amount of deduction depends on the percentage of disability. The deduction claimed is fixed irrespective of the actual expenses."