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    1. Every mutual fund scheme/ SIP has 2 different plans "Direct" and "Regular"?
    2. Yes No
    3. "Direct Plan" gives 1.5% more returns than "regular plan" year on year?
    4. Yes No
    5. In regular plan this 1.5% goes to agent or advisor?
    6. Yes No
    7. Should this benefit of direct plan be given to investor's?
    8. Yes No
    9. In long run maturity value of SIP of Rs. 5000 in "direct plan" can be higher than maturity of regular plan?
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    Tax Saving – Investments In India

    Posted By :  admin  Posted Date : 02-09-2017  Last Updated: 07-09-2017

     Tax Saving – Investments In India 

    Most of the people take Tax Saving as Tax Planning. These two things are entirely different from each other. Many employed people don’t know that just saving Tax can make you actually lose wealth in life. Normally people invest in the month of January, February and March to save Tax. Tax planning with comprehensive view of your all the life goals may bring you wealth sooner than otherwise.

    Tax Saving

    There are many sections in which you can invest to save your Tax, but a few of them are popular among people. These are

    Section 80 C

    Individuals and HUF can invest up to 1.5 lac under this section. The investments qualify for deduction from income. One can invest in

    Provident Fund

    Public Provident Fund

    Life Insurance Plans

    Equity Linked Saving Scheme

    Tax Saving Fixed Deposits

    Senior Citizen’s Savings Scheme

    National Savings Certificate

    Home Loan Principal in EMIs

    Tuition Fee of Kids

    Section 80 CCC

    Pension Plans / Pension Policy

    Section 80 CCD

    NPS – National Pension Scheme

    Section 80 D

    Under this section you can avail tax benefit by deducting the premium paid for Medical Insurance, up to 15000 for your family and 20000 for Elder parents.

    Section 80 DD

    Deduction of Rs. 50,000/- w.e.f. 01.04.2004 in respect of

    Expenditure incurred on medical treatment, (including nursing), training and rehabilitation of handicapped dependent relative.

    Payment or deposit to specified scheme for maintenance of dependent handicapped relative.

    Further, if the defendant is a person with severe disability a deduction of Rs. 100,000/- shall be available under this section. The handicapped dependent should be a dependent relative suffering from a permanent disability (including blindness) or mentally retarded, as certified by a specified physician or psychiatrist. Note: A person with ‘severe disability’ means a person with 80% or more of one or more disabilities as outlined in section 56(4) of the ‘Persons with disabilities (Equal opportunities, protection of rights and full participation)’ Act.

    Section 80 E

    Under this section you can avail tax benefit by deducting the interest paid on education loan for yourself and kids for a period of 8 years from the start of repayment.

    Section 80 G

    Under this section you can avail tax benefit by deducting the amount paid as charity to eligible organizations, up to the limit of 10% of your Adjusted Gross Total Income.

    Section 24

    Under this section you can avail tax benefit by deducting the interest amount paid in your Home Loan EMIs in the financial year from your total income up to maximum limit of 1.5 lac. If you take loan in the financial year 13 – 14 and the loan size is up to 25 lac, you can get extra benefit of 1 lac deduction of interest.

    Myths of Tax Saving

    Tax Saving is always good.

    By Tax Saving money can be saved.

    Money should be invested for Tax Saving.

    What is Tax Planning?

    There are different provisions given by the Government to plan your finance according to the Tax Planning Rules. This makes you plan in long term and saves large amount of money if planned carefully. THIS IS NOT TAX AVOIDANCE. There are different heads of income, by which your finance can be planned.

    Heads of Income

    Salary

    Profit from Business / Profession

    Income from House Property

    Capital Gain

    Income from Other Sources

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