Gurminder Started The Discussion:
I have recently joined a company and my CTC is coming under the taxable limit. I would like to know the various savings which I can opt for to save money.
31st August 2007 From United Kingdom

Dear Gurminder, Have LIC Policy, PF Voluntary contribution,savings in NSc - these will give hand to reduce your burden.
31st August 2007 From India, Madras
Dear Gurminder,

Kindly send the details of salary structure as per your appointment letter. So I can suggest you regarding tax saving matter as possible under Income Tax Act.

Basudeva Choudhury
New Delhi
Mobile no. 9891430567
31st August 2007
Hi Basudeva Choudhury,

Please suggest me also, how i can save my salary every year 30000 i am paying for tax..my salary is 40000.

Kindly suggest at the earliest, my id


Regards,
meenakshi
1st June 2009 From India, Bangalore
I want to ask one question here:If someone has 8 lac annual salary then how to save tax and maximum how muhc tax can be saved?Apart from tax slab+ 1 lac investment in LIC/NSC/PPF + Medical any thoughts?
4th February 2010 From India, Mumbai
Section 80C allows a maximum limit of Rs 1 lakh across investments ranging from provident fund, PPF, infrastructure bonds, fixed deposits (5 years or more), NSC, insurance/pension plans, unit linked insurance, equity linked savings scheme etc. It also includes tuition fees of your children and the repayment of principal on your housing loan. The interest component on your home loan has a separate limit of Rs 1.5 lakh. Medical premia upto a maximum of Rs 15,000 qualifies for deduction, with an additional Rs 15,000 for parents.House Rent AllowanceMinimum of 1. Actual HRA 2. Rent Paid 10% of Basic 3. 40a% of Basic (Non-Metros) or 50% of Basic (Metros)Conveyance AllowanceRs 800 / MonthLeave Travel AllowanceTwo trips in a block of 4 Yrs Amount not exceeding Air Economy or Rail AC I Fare shall be for shortest distance and for a single destinationMedical ReimbursementRs 15,000 / Annum
4th February 2010 From India, Mumbai



 
 
 
 







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