New income tax regime disallowed deductions| Below is a list of key tax deductions that are claimed under the current tax regime but not under the new income tax regime:
• Exemptions under Section VI-A, ie Section 80C; 80CCC; employee contribution 80CCD; 80D; 80DD; 80DDB; 80E; except under 80EEA, 80CCD(2) and 80JJAA;
• Interest on home loans (Section 24 b);
• Waiver of travel concession;
• Housing rent subsidy;
• Subsidy for the income of minors;
• Standard discount;
In other words, Receiving an allowance for representation;
• Exemption from SEZ unit;
• Exemptions under sections 32AD, 33AB, 33ABA;
However, Deductions for donations or research expenses;
• Exemptions under sections 35AD and 35CCC;
• Reduction of family pension.
In addition, Exemptions allowed by the new income tax regime
Although many tax deductions and exemptions are not claimed under the new tax regime, the following deductions are allowed under the existing rules:
• After that, the Employer’s contribution to the pension account is notified under section 80CCD(2) of the Income Tax Act. However, this deduction cannot exceed 10% of the employee’s previous year’s salary.
• Up to 30% of employee fringe benefits under section 80JJAA of the Income Tax Act.
• Transport Subsidy is given to disabled workers (Drivers) to move between their place of residence and place of work.
Similarly, Transport subsidy is provided for carrying out official functions.
• Any allowance is given to cover the cost of the tour/travel.
• Per diem allowance is given to cover the normal allowance when the employee has to work at a place other than his usual place of work.
For instance, Which regime you choose for a better result
While the new regime comes with flat income tax rates, it also removes many tax exemptions. For example, you cannot claim certain basic tax deductions available under Section VI-A of the Income Tax Act. In addition, you should give up the old exemption regime, under the old tax regime, any salaried person or pensioner can avail it, regardless of their annual income.
So the answer to which one is better depends on two factors – your annual income and the deductions and allowances you claim under the old tax regime. If your total tax amount is lower under the old (existing) tax regime, file ITR at old tax rates.
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