Income Tax Slab: As the income of the people increases in the country, people have to pay income tax as well. Income tax has to be paid by every person whose income is taxable. In India, there are different tax slabs for collecting tax on income.
According to these tax slabs, people have to pay tax on their income. On the other hand, after a few weeks, the budget is also going to be presented by the central government. Every year taxpayers expect that the government should give concession regarding income tax in the budget. However, now before the budget, it is very important for the tax payers to know one important thing. The Union Budget is presented through the Finance Minister.
Tax Actually, for the financial year 2021-22, tax is being collected by the government according to two slabs. There is a New Tax Regime and the other is the Old Tax Regime. The rate of tax charged on income in both the slabs is different. In such a situation, 20 percent income tax is also collected by the government on different incomes. Here we are going to tell you that on how much income 20% tax is charged in New Tax Regime and on how much tax is charged in Old Tax Regime.
20 percent tax
Tell that if income tax is to be filed according to the New Tax Regime, then if there is an income of Rs 10 lakh to Rs 12.5 lakh annually, then 20 percent tax has to be paid on it. However, if income tax is to be filed according to the Old Tax Regime, then 20% tax will have to be paid on income from Rs 5 lakh per annum to Rs 10 lakh per annum.