NPS Subscribers Can Be Claimed Even in the New Income Tax Slab

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For NPS Account Holders: Income tax payment is vital; following the norms and provisions of the 1961 Income Tax Act for every Indian person who has the liability for ITR Filing. The NPS (National Pension System) is one of the most common means of making retirement corporations and regular monthly incomes available to individuals. In this article, we will discuss NPS Subscribers Can Be Claimed Even in the New Income Tax Slab.

National Pension System under Section 80 CCD

The Union Budget 2020 instituted a comprehensive tax scheme that lets taxpayers choose a tax slab that has lower rates of pay. The taxpayer, on the other hand, had to forego all income tax benefits, including Section 80C, Section 80 CCD (1), and a plethora of other credits and deductions totaling almost 70. Employees whose company contributes to its National Pension System or NPS account are eligible for income tax deductions under Section 80 CCD (2), even if they have embraced a different income tax scheme.

For NPS subscribers, the income tax deduction provided according to Article 80 CCD (2) of the income tax act will be paid by the employer to his NPS account. Since NPS beneficiaries are not included in their annual income, they can claim a tax deduction during ITR Filing on the payment made by their employer to their NPS account if they have already switched to a new income tax system.

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Deduction of 10% of Annual Income Can be Claimed

The new income tax system allows NPS subscribers to claim even in new income tax slabs under section 80 CCD (2) of the Income-tax Act of 1961. The maximum allowance of an employee is 10% of its annual revenue when both fundamental and dearness allowances (DA) are paid for the annual compensation (DA).

Officials stated that under the existing income tax laws, the employer’s contribution can not be limited to a maximum deduction of 10 percent of the salary of the employee. The excess shall be taxable to the employee if the final amount of NPS payments supplied by the company exceeds 10 percent of its basic pay per annum.

Section 80 CCD (2) allows users to save tax by combining two factors: an employer contribution up to the aforementioned amount and the income tax rate that applies to the income.

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