Deductions in the New Tax Regime of the Budget 2023-24| With Auto Calculate Income Tax Preparation Software in Excel for the Government and Private Employees for the F.Y.2023-24 and A.Y.2024-25

The Union Government introduced a new tax regime pursuant to Section 115BAC in the 2020 Budget with concessional tax rates.

In the Finance Budget 2023 income tax regime U/s 115 BAC, the government has introduced the Below given main changes for the financial year (F.Y) 2023-24:

Income tax slabs for the A.Y.2024-25

Up to Rs. 3 lakhs NIL

Rs. 3 lakhs- Rs. 6 lakhs 5% of.

Rs. . 6 lakhs- Rs. 9 lakhs 10%

Rs. . 9 lakhs- Rs. 12 lakhs 15%.

Rs. 12 lakhs- Rs. 15 lakhs 20%.

Rs. . 15 lakhs and above 30%

Therefore, Education Assignment 4% p.a. of Taxable Income

Increase in the Tax Discount Limit

However, Full income tax exemption up to Rupees Seven lakhs is provided under the new tax regime Under Section 87A of the Income from the Budget 2023

In other words, the Limit of Tax Waiver of the Old Tax Regime for the 2023-24 Fiscal Year Limit of the Tax Reduction of the New Tax Regime for the 2023-24 Fiscal Year

Rs. 5 lakhs from Rs. 7 lakhs

Above all, You are not required to pay taxes if you claim the standard deduction of Rs. 50,000 with a capital limit of Rs. 7.5 lakhs.

Increase in the Basic Tax Exemption Limit

In addition, The basic tax exemption threshold of Rs. 2.5 lakhs under the old tax regime increased to Rs. 3 lakhs under the new tax regime.

 After that, Age types Basic tax deduction limit u/ Old tax regime for the 2023-24 tax year Basic deduction limit u/ New tax regime for the 2023-24 tax year

< 60 years old Rs. 2.5 lakhs from Rs. 3 lakhs

60-80 years R$. 3 lakhs

> Annual Years Rs. 5 lakhs

The new exemption limit will apply from April 1, 2023, if you opt for a new tax regime.

Standard Tax Deductions

Similarly, Salaried people are eligible to claim the benefit of standard deductions of Rs. 50,000 under the new tax regime.

Family pensioners can claim standard deductions of Rs. 15,000 under the new tax regime.

It is highlighted that The new Income Tax Regime is the default choice

The new tax regime is the default option for an income tax deduction by the deductor and the Internal tax collection.

Meaning of exemptions and deductions in the new Tax Regime

Let’s look out for the focus keywords as given in the list below.

Deductions in the New Tax Regime

Refers to expenses or investments made by the taxpayer that can be deducted from their gross gross income to arrive at taxable income

Deductions can help reduce an individual’s or business’s taxes

Exemptions from the New Tax Regime

These are the income or investments made by the taxpayer that are not included in the calculation of their taxable income.

No Exemptions and Deductions under the New Tax Regime

Below, we will study the main exemptions and deductions of the new tax regime that cannot be claimed by individuals:

•           Tax Deductions and Exemptions not required under the new Tax Regime

•           Under Section 80TTA and Section 80TTB

•           Exemption Under Chapter VI-A as per the Income Tax Section 115 BAC

•           Employment tax

•           Entertainment Subsidy and Salaries

•           Housing Rent Assistance (HRA).

•           Travel Assistance (LTA).

•           Assistant’s Allowance

•           Child educational assistance

•           Youngest child’s income allowance

•           Interest on Personal Housing Loan/Unoccupied Property

•           Other special measures u/ Section 10(14).

•           Employee contributions to the NPS account

•           Donations to Political Parties / Foundations

There are some deductions and exemptions under the new tax regime, which are as follows:

List of exemptions from the new tax regime

•           Transport allowances w.r.t. Disabled Person (PHD).

•           Transport allowance

•           Travel/tour/transfer fee

•           Requirements for Governmental Purposes

•           Voluntary Retirement Scheme Exemption under Section 10(10C).

•           Gratuity Amount u/ Section 10(10) .

•           License Billing u/ Section 10(10AA) .

•           Interest on Housing Loan on Borrowed Property u/ Section 24

•           Kino Donations Rs. 5,000

•           Employer Contributions to Employees’ NPS Accounts u/ Section 80CCD(2)

•           Additional employee costs u/ Section 80JJA

•           Standard Family Pension Deductions u/ Section 57(IIA).

•           Deductions and Deposits into the Agniveer Corpus Fund u/ Section 80CCH(2).

•           Deductions from corporate income are not provided under the new tax regime

Let’s see the various exemptions and deductions in the new tax regime available to companies:

•           Exemptions/Deductions Cannot be claimed by companies covered by the new Tax Regime

•           Additional depreciation u/ S 32

•           Investment Assistance u/ Section 32AD

•           Deductions by sector for companies u/ Section 33AB and 22ABA

•           Research and Development Expenses u/ Section 35

•           Capital Expansion Expenses u/ Section 35AD

•           Is Section 10AA for Units in SEZ

•           Depreciation and Losses in Business

Comparison of Deductions in the Old vs. New Regime for the 2023-24 fiscal year

In conclusionBelow shows a comparative analysis of the deductions available in the old vs new tax regime:

Exemptions / Deductions available               Old tax regime                   New tax regime

Standard deductions of Rs. 50,000                            YES                            YES

Employment Tax/ Employment u/ Section 10(5)        YES                            NO

Housing Rent Assistance (HRA) u/ Sec 10(13A)      YES                            NO

Free food and beverage exemptions through

Food vouchers/coupons                                               YES                         NO

Deductions of up to Rs. 1.5 lakhs

U/ Chapter VIA for investments like

U/ Sec 80C, 80CCC, 80CCD, 80DD, 80DDB,

80E, 80EE, 80EEA, 80G, etc.                                    YES                            NO

Deductions u/ Sec 80CCD(2) for Employer

Contribution to Employee NPS Accounts                  YES                            YES

Deductions u/Sec 80CCD(1B) Rs. 50,000                 YES                            NO

Medical insurance premium u/sec 80D                       YES                            NO

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