desaisiddharth09 Started The Discussion:
Dear All,

I have shown medical bills for receiving medical reimbursement amount but it is not showing in Form 16.

I asked employer they said any reimbursement made cannot be a part of form 16.

My question is.. is it true?

If reimbursements are part of salary and if we show bills then It will not be mentioned in form 16.

If it is true then what is the reason behind that? And what if we donít show bills then will it be a part of form 16?

Dear Siddharth,

Yes it is true there are two types in payment of Medical component

1. By doing payment on monthly basis:

In this you will get your Medical component on monthly basis by showing the amount as a taxable in the Income tax computation sheet and the exemption as per your declaration or Bills submission will be provided U/s 16 in the Form-16

2. By doing payment on collecting bills on monthly basis:

In this you will get your Medical component only on bills submission where the same will be held up to March month and releasing as a taxable unclaimed in Form-16

In your case you were already submitted your necessary medical bills to your employer and the amount released from employer as a non taxable hence the same will not appear in your Form16

Chandrashekar Kulagana
Hi Chandrashekhar,

Thanks for infor.

I am not clear with the first point because as per my information medical reimbursement will be mention in u/s 10 in form 16 if it is non taxable amount.

In second point in which section it will be mentioned as taxable amount?

There are two part of Form 16, in part A you get the entire statement of your income and in part B you get the TDS details. So please clarify which part of Form 16 you are referring, so that the seniors can advice you accordingly


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