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Section 80TTA

deepa gupta   22 September 2020

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what about this section?

Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel (Tax and Business Consultant)     22 September 2020

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Section 80TTA provides a deduction of Rs 10,000 on saving bank interest income. This deduction is available to an Individual and HUF.

This deduction is allowed on interest earned –
1.From a savings account with a bank
2.From a savings account with a co-operative society carrying on the business of banking
3.From a savings account with a post office

This deduction is NOT allowed on interest earned on time deposits. Time deposits mean deposits repayable on expiry of fixed periods. It shall not be allowed for –
Interest from fixed deposits
Interest from recurring deposits
Any other time deposits

Maximum Deduction – The maximum deduction is limited to Rs 10,000. If your interest income is less than Rs 10,000, the entire interest income will be your deduction. If your interest income is more than Rs 10,000, your deduction shall be limited to Rs 10,000. (You have to consider your total interest income from all banks where you have accounts).

How to claim the deduction – First add your total interest income under the head ‘Income from Other Sources’ in your Return. The deduction is shown under section 80 Deductions under section 80TTA.

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