Budget Expectations various deduction limit will increase: Budget2023
Indian Govt is expected to evaluate the deductions that are now available and that have stayed unchanged for a number of years in order to encourage the lower and middle class, which have experienced the most hardship during COVID. As according to experts, the following Budget 2023 deductions will have higher requirements:
Income tax Deduction under Section 80C:
- For investments/ payments towards insurance premia, contributions to PF, certain equity shares or debentures subscription etc., is capped at INR 150,000/- with enhance in cost of inflation and enhance in cost of living, India govt should look at increasing the limit U/s 80C to INR 250,000/-.
- Individual taxpayers would be more willing to save more as a result, which would lessen their tax burden and increase their disposable income to keep up with the rise in the price of various goods.
Tax deduction Under Section 80TTA :
- Tax deduction U/s 80TTA of up to INR 10,000/- in the hands of HUFs & individuals, with respect of savings account interest with & post offices banks, with co-operative societies carrying on business of banking.
- Income Tax deduction Under Section 80TTA benefit needed be extended to all kind of Saving bank deposits including FD. Moreover, Above limit should be enhance from INR 10,000/- to INR 50,000/- for all.
Deduction Under Section 80EEA:
- For avail a income tax deduction on affordable housing, loans shall be sanctioned for the period April 2019 to March 2022.
- It is expected that the deduction will be accessible in the coming future as well, given the increase in demand for residential real estate in Tier-II and metropolitan regions.
- The loan requirement should be extended for at least three years, or until March 31, 2025.
Income tax Deduction Section 80EEB :
- Tax Deduction on purchase of electric vehicle is available only if Taxpayer take the loan faciality from Bank between April 2019 & 31st March 2023.
- Income tax Deduction Section 80EEB condition for availing this kind of loan would be extended for at least two years i.e. up to 31st March 2025.
Under Section 80D deduction :
- Income tax Deduction with respect of health insurance premium is limit or capped at INR 25,000/- or INR 50,000/-
- The earlier restriction under this section is likely to be reconsidered in consideration of the increase in the cost of healthcare and insurance.