Automated Income Tax Form 16 Part B and Part A and B for F.Y. 2015-16 with Deduction from taxable income in F.Y.2015-16

Section 80C [Deduction upto Rs 1.5 Lacs]
1. Life Insurance Premium – Any sum received under Life Insurance Policy (except keyman insurance policy) along with bonus is exempt from tax if premium was payable as per aforesaid restriction. However amount received on death of insured is exempt in all cases (except keyman insurance policy).

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2. Deferred Annuity Contract (Self, Spouse, Child) (LIC/Other insurer notified by central
3. Contribution to
   a. RPF (employee) / SPF (Government employee) / PPF(Self, Spouse, Child)
   b. Approved Super Annuation Fund (Employee)
   c. ULIP of UTI (Self, Spouse, Child) / LIC-MF (Self, Spouse, Child)
   d. Pension Fund setup by MF/NHB (Lock in period: 5 years)
   e. Pension Fund setup by LIC or Other insurer (80CCC), setup by Govt (80CCD)
   f. Sukanya Samriddhi Yojna Account
   g. Senior Citizen Saving Scheme 2004 (SCSS)
4. Subscription to
   a. National Saving Certificate
   b. Mutual Fund units
   c. Equity Share/Debenture of Public Co. or Public Financial Institution approved by CBDT
       (Lock in period: 3 years)
   d. Notified bonds of NABARD
5. Deposits
   a. Deposit Scheme of National Housing Bank
   b. Notified deposit scheme of
        i. Public Sector Company providing finance for house
       ii. Authority of housing, development etc.
   c. Post Office Saving Bank 10/15 year A/c
   d. Post Office 5 year Time Deposit A/c
   e. Senior Citizen 5 year Saving A/c
   f. 5 year FD A/c with scheduled Bank under scheme of central government
6. Residential house property
    a. Amount spent in purchasing/constructing (Lock in period: 5 years)
    b. Stamp duty and registration charges
7. Tuition fees of 2 children to University/College/School in India
Section 80D [Medical Insurance Premium for Individual/ Hindu Undivided Family]
For Individual:
· Purpose
     1. Keep in force health insurance for self, spouse, dependent children
     2. Preventive Health Checkup of self, spouse, dependent children
     3. Contribution to Central Gov Health Scheme
     4. Keep in force health insurance for parents of individual
     5. Preventive Health Checkup of parents of individual
· Expenditure allowed
    1. Rs. 25000 for self, spouse, dependent children (wherein expense on preventive health
        checkup shall not exceed Rs. 5000)
   2. Rs.30,000 for parents in case of a senior
Section 80E [Interest on Loan for Higher Education]
     · Interest on Loan for Higher Education (after 12th) of self/ spouse/ children
     · Deduction is available for 8 years beginning from the year in which payment of interest on the loan                begins
Section 80EE [Interest on Loan for Residential House]
    · If an individual who does not own any other residential property on the date of sanction of     loan
    · took loan during 1/4/13 to 31/3/14 not exceeding Rs. 25 Lac
    · for buying house worth Rs. 40 Lac or less
    · deduction can be claimed for interest payment of Rs. 1 lac
    · from incomes of years 13-14 and 14-15 in totality.
Section 80TTA [Interest earned on Saving A/c]
       Upto Rs. 10000 interest earned on deposit in saving bank account (not time deposit/ FD) is
      allowed to be deducted from taxable income

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