Income Tax : Opportunity to save tax till 31st March, there will be exemption not only in Section 80C but also on investing here.

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Income Tax: The salaried class invests up to Rs 1.5 lakh annually under Section 80C for income tax saving. But apart from this, if you want to invest then we are telling you about some more sections.

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Income Tax Saving Option: The financial year is about to end. Everyone is planning to save as much tax as possible. To save income tax, salaried class invest under Section 80C of Income Tax. By investing in this, you get tax relief on income up to Rs 1.5 lakh. But if even after this your tax is due, then you can save your tax by investing under other sections of income tax. If you are also thinking about tax saving options other than 80C, then we give you information about it.

NPS will save tax

If your limit under Section 80C has been exhausted and you want to save tax, then do not worry. You can save tax up to Rs 50,000 by investing in the National Pension Scheme (NPS). This investment is in addition to the limit of Rs 1.5 lakh under section 80C. This means that you can save tax on total income up to Rs 2 lakh.

Exemption on Health Insurance:

If you pay health insurance premium for your family, you can get tax exemption on it. Under Section 80D, you can invest up to Rs 25,000 on the health insurance premium of yourself, spouse and children. Apart from this, if the age of your parents is less than 60 years, then you can pay a premium of up to Rs 25,000 for health insurance. But if your parents are senior citizens then this limit is up to Rs 50,000.

Exemption available on health checkup:

Do you know that you can also get tax exemption on getting a health checkup done? Under Section 80D, you can take deduction on the expenses incurred on investigation. Every year you can claim a maximum deduction of Rs 5,000. This amount comes within the limit of total deduction given under section 80D.

Exemption on interest on savings account

Under section 80TTA, individual taxpayers and Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs) (to whom section 80TTB does not apply) are entitled to a deduction on interest income from savings account opened in a bank, post office or co-operative society. The benefit of maximum tax deduction up to Rs 10,000 is available in the financial year.

Exemption available on donation:

If you have donated funds to someone under Section 80G, then you can claim deduction on the donated amount. But it should be kept in mind that the amount of this donation should not be more than 10% of the total income. This deduction is also available on donations made for the renovation of temples, mosques and churches approved by the Central Government.

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