Income Tax Slab: Big news! There is no 10% slab in this tax system, this much tax will be charged

The Union Budget 2023 is going to be presented in a few days. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present the budget in front of the country on 1 February 2023. At the same time, people are hopeful that in this budget, some special announcements can be made by the Finance Minister regarding income tax.

However, before this, Aham is going to tell you a special thing about the budget. Income tax Whoever’s income is taxable, he has to file income tax in the country. There are currently two tax systems in the country. The name of one is Old Tax Regime, while the name of the other is New Tax Regime. In both the tax systems, different taxes are paid on different incomes. At the same time, a special thing is also hidden in both these income tax slabs.

Income Tax Slab

Under the financial year 2022-23, many slabs have been given in the New Tax Regime in the country. There are 5 percent, 10 percent, 15 percent, 20 percent, 25 percent and 30 percent slabs on the basis of income. Income tax is filed on different income according to different slabs. If tax is filed under this slab, then no exemption is also available.

On the other hand, on the basis of tax slabs for the financial year 2022-23, if the Old Tax Regime is seen, then the difference will be seen in it. In Old Tax Regime, tax is collected at the rate of 5%, 20% and 30%. In such a situation, it is to be noted that there is no slab of 10% in the Old Tax Regime. In this, after 5%, income tax is collected directly at the rate of 20%.