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IT Tax Form 2017


Tax Forms - 2017
  1. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. Thomas Antony
  2. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. Tamilarasan (With NPS Calculation)
  3. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr.Arunagiri (With NPS Calculation)
  4. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. Manogar
  5. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. Fayaz Basha
  6. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. P. Manimaran (With NPS Calculation)
  7. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. Balakrishnan (Tamil-Excel) (With NPS Calculation)
  8. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. Senthilkumar 
  9. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. S. Manohar 
  10. IT Tax Form 2017 (Excel) | Mr. S. Samuel Selvaraj
  11. IT Tax Form 2017 (PDF) | Tamil Form
  12. RTI Letter 1 About NHIS Deduction
  13. RTI Letter 2 About NHIS Deduction




9 comments

  1. ALL IT TAX FORM 2017 (Excel) arr old slap in under 80 D, 80DD, 80 U refer new slap

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  2. u/s 80 D Medical Insurance Premia-(max.Rs.25000, senior RS.30000)
    u/s 80DD Medical-dependent-(max Rs.75000, severe Rs. 1,25,000)
    u/s80DDB Medical -self, dependent(max Rs.40000, senior 60000)
    u/s 80E Repayment of Educational Loan (No Limit)
    u/s 80G Donations (50% or 100 %)(Tsunami,flood,Cyclone, etc-100%)
    u/s 80U Physically Handicapped(max Rs.75000, severe Rs. 1,25,000)

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    1. Please check the Form by Arunagiri. k

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  3. dear friends: modification needed in the IT form.
    1. Home lone interest is max (2lkah+30000 for home improvement loan). so total must be 230000
    2. cps amount can be deducted under 80ccd(1). if the amount for 80 c comes greater than 1,50,000, then remaining cps amount can be deducted in 80ccd(1b). So change needed in IT forms
    3.Star and other type of insurance can be added with NHIS

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  4. Additional exemption up to Rs 50,000 in NPS is eligible for income tax deduction.
    Introduced in Budget 2015, fro FY 2015-16
    Taxpayers in the highest tax bracket of 30 per cent can save Rs. 15,000 by investing Rs. 50,000 in the NPS. Those in the 20 per cent tax bracket can save aroundRs. 10,000, while people in the 10 per cent tax bracket can save Rs. 5,000 per year by investing in the NPS.
    The additional tax benefit of 50000 is over and above the benefit of 1.5 Lakhs which can be claimed as a deduction under Section 80CCE.
    It is irrespective of the type of employment. So, a government employee, a private sector employee, self employed or an ordinary citizen can claim benefit of Rs 50,000 under Section 80CCD(1B).
    Therefore, the total tax benefits that can be claimed for NPS under Section 80CCD(1) + Section 80CCD(1B) equals to 2 Lakhs for this financial year.

    If Employees have savings Rs. 1,50,000 under 80C excluding NPS Deductions, Then the Employee can show their NPS Deductions, under 80 CCD(1B), which is over the 1,50,000 Limit.

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  5. SIR PLS UPLOAD 2012 JUNE TRB BATCH (NOT TET BATCH) REGULARISATION ORDER THANK YOU

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  6. 80TTA IS applicable for our salary saving account interest or not

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  7. 80TTA IS applicable for our salary saving account interest or not

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  8. i have one excel format for income tax new how can i upload in this page

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