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Dilip dwivedi

Exempt HRA U/s 10(13A)...
Hi amlan sir
I'm a salaried person and I want to know that if my total hra rs. 13320 exampted in form 16 then will I can show this value 13320 in other exampted income column under the agricultural income
in AY 2018-19 ??? Or not show in this column??
Plz give ur valuable suggestion as soon as pos...
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Why use agricultural head to show exempt HRA head ( this makes no sense)...like you understand , this being exempt, will come in exempt income for reporting purpose but under correct head ......use option denoting section 10(13A) for exempted HRA ....this year ITR's make it more easy because not...
Why use agricultural head to show exempt HRA head ( this makes no sense)...like you understand , this being exempt,  will come in exempt income for reporting purpose but  under correct head ......use option denoting section  10(13A)  for exempted HRA ....this year ITR's make it more easy because not only does it outline the section numbers but also the exempt income source (look at the attached picture snapshots for capturing this portion of the return)...and ensure that you mention all salary exemptions and deductions because this year many people are getting adjustment notices  from the department citing variances between presented income in return from form 16 and that appearing in 26 as ....26 as often shows the gross salary income and the difference between the gross salary and the chargeable salary appearing in form 16 is only on  account of these exemptions and deductions ........all the bestWhy use agricultural head to show exempt HRA head ( this makes no sense)...like you understand , this being exempt,  will come in exempt income for reporting purpose but  under correct head ......use option denoting section  10(13A)  for exempted HRA ....this year ITR's make it more easy because not only does it outline the section numbers but also the exempt income source (look at the attached picture snapshots for capturing this portion of the return)...and ensure that you mention all salary exemptions and deductions because this year many people are getting adjustment notices  from the department citing variances between presented income in return from form 16 and that appearing in 26 as ....26 as often shows the gross salary income and the difference between the gross salary and the chargeable salary appearing in form 16 is only on  account of these exemptions and deductions ........all the best
  • May 30, 2018
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Dilip dwivedi

INCOME TAX...
Dear amlan sir
First a lot of thanks for helping me in my salary break up..
I'm salaried govt employee person and live in rent so I show rent recipe at time of income tax filling and total amount became exempted in form 16...I have not own house and not have any lone...
My problem are-
1-which option I...
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When you don't own any house, why should you be even bothering about income from house property .....quiet obviously you wont be selecting any option....the rent that you pay and the exemption that you get is in terms of salary allowance termed HRA (House rent allowance ).....please just don't fill...
  • May 20, 2018
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Dilip dwivedi

How to fill Salary breakup in ITR 1...
Dear amlan sir
I want to fill up itr 1for AY 2018-19 but some problem are create in salary details.options.. My salary have (-basic salary+d.a+hra+bonus)and no other allowances
Plz help as soon as possible so that I can fill itr..my problems are
1- what amount of salary's (basic,da,hra,bonus)are e...
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You should have your pay slip and a copy of your form 16 ...now you have gross salary mentioned in form 16 ( inclusive of salary plus all non exempt allowances ...so clearly you only need to remove salary portion to get the non exempt allowances portion ...

Step - 1 - Identify the Gross salary

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You should have your pay slip and a copy of your form 16 ...now you have gross salary mentioned in form 16 ( inclusive of salary plus all non exempt allowances ...so clearly you only need to remove salary portion to get the non exempt allowances portion ...<br /><br />Step - 1 - Identify the Gross salary <br /><br />I.e this salary is salary+ all non exempt allowances ( da, non exempt HRA , washing etc etc whatever applies since this may vary from person to person)<br />This will be point 1 (a) of form 16 i.e salary as section 17(1) <br /><br />...........( say 10 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 2 Separate the basic salary from the gross chargeable figure <br /><br />Now our aim is to remove salary from the non exempt allowances , here you shall need your 12 month payslips ( just consider the basic portion only ) <br /><br />Ignore everything else i.e DA & every other allowance i.e washing HRA etc etc other exempt and non exempt allowances ) ...Put this under salary <br /><br />........(say 6 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 3 - Arriving at Non exempt allowances <br /><br />This is gross salary (alone) MINUS salary as in step 2 MINUS the exempt allowances (say 20,000) as indicated in form 16 <br /><br />Therefore you shall compute i.e <br />i.e Gross salary(Point 1(a) of form 16) MINUS salary as calculated in step (2) minus i.e sum total of exempt allowances under section 10 (Point 2 of form 16)<br /><br />....10 lakhs - 6 lakhs -0.2 = 3.8 lakhs (value of non exempt allowances)<br />so figure for non exempt allowances is 3.8 lakhs .......<br /><br /><br />Step - 4 -Value of perquisites under section 17(2)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(b) of form 16 (section 17(2))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0<br /><br />Step 5 - Profits in lieu of salary( section 17(3)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(c) of form 16 (section 17(3))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0.<br /><br />Step 6 - Deduction under section 16<br /><br />Check this from from Point 4 of form 16 <br />Usually (a) Entertainment allowance and <br />(b)tax on employment etc (say 2500 Rs )<br /><br />Step - 7 - You will therefore finally arrive at figure for chargeable income from salary which is presented for tax <br /><br />(Note - If it doesn't match form 26 as , it is okay since 26 as depends on TDS filing and usually for companies show the gross amount credited )<br /><br />(Step - 7 - show the exempt allowances for salary like Exempt HRA, exempt conveyance etc etc in reporting schedule )<br /><br /><br />Take care so that the chargeable income from salary (point 6 of form 16 ) should match presented salary income in return<br /><br /><br />(Check attached pictures for my real live case )You should have your pay slip and a copy of your form 16 ...now you have gross salary mentioned in form 16 ( inclusive of salary plus all non exempt allowances ...so clearly you only need to remove salary portion to get the non exempt allowances portion ...<br /><br />Step - 1 - Identify the Gross salary <br /><br />I.e this salary is salary+ all non exempt allowances ( da, non exempt HRA , washing etc etc whatever applies since this may vary from person to person)<br />This will be point 1 (a) of form 16 i.e salary as section 17(1) <br /><br />...........( say 10 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 2 Separate the basic salary from the gross chargeable figure <br /><br />Now our aim is to remove salary from the non exempt allowances , here you shall need your 12 month payslips ( just consider the basic portion only ) <br /><br />Ignore everything else i.e DA & every other allowance i.e washing HRA etc etc other exempt and non exempt allowances ) ...Put this under salary <br /><br />........(say 6 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 3 - Arriving at Non exempt allowances <br /><br />This is gross salary (alone) MINUS salary as in step 2 MINUS the exempt allowances (say 20,000) as indicated in form 16 <br /><br />Therefore you shall compute i.e <br />i.e Gross salary(Point 1(a) of form 16) MINUS salary as calculated in step (2) minus i.e sum total of exempt allowances under section 10 (Point 2 of form 16)<br /><br />....10 lakhs - 6 lakhs -0.2 = 3.8 lakhs (value of non exempt allowances)<br />so figure for non exempt allowances is 3.8 lakhs .......<br /><br /><br />Step - 4 -Value of perquisites under section 17(2)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(b) of form 16 (section 17(2))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0<br /><br />Step 5 - Profits in lieu of salary( section 17(3)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(c) of form 16 (section 17(3))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0.<br /><br />Step 6 - Deduction under section 16<br /><br />Check this from from Point 4 of form 16 <br />Usually (a) Entertainment allowance and <br />(b)tax on employment etc (say 2500 Rs )<br /><br />Step - 7 - You will therefore finally arrive at figure for chargeable income from salary which is presented for tax <br /><br />(Note - If it doesn't match form 26 as , it is okay since 26 as depends on TDS filing and usually for companies show the gross amount credited )<br /><br />(Step - 7 - show the exempt allowances for salary like Exempt HRA, exempt conveyance etc etc in reporting schedule )<br /><br /><br />Take care so that the chargeable income from salary (point 6 of form 16 ) should match presented salary income in return<br /><br /><br />(Check attached pictures for my real live case )You should have your pay slip and a copy of your form 16 ...now you have gross salary mentioned in form 16 ( inclusive of salary plus all non exempt allowances ...so clearly you only need to remove salary portion to get the non exempt allowances portion ...<br /><br />Step - 1 - Identify the Gross salary <br /><br />I.e this salary is salary+ all non exempt allowances ( da, non exempt HRA , washing etc etc whatever applies since this may vary from person to person)<br />This will be point 1 (a) of form 16 i.e salary as section 17(1) <br /><br />...........( say 10 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 2 Separate the basic salary from the gross chargeable figure <br /><br />Now our aim is to remove salary from the non exempt allowances , here you shall need your 12 month payslips ( just consider the basic portion only ) <br /><br />Ignore everything else i.e DA & every other allowance i.e washing HRA etc etc other exempt and non exempt allowances ) ...Put this under salary <br /><br />........(say 6 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 3 - Arriving at Non exempt allowances <br /><br />This is gross salary (alone) MINUS salary as in step 2 MINUS the exempt allowances (say 20,000) as indicated in form 16 <br /><br />Therefore you shall compute i.e <br />i.e Gross salary(Point 1(a) of form 16) MINUS salary as calculated in step (2) minus i.e sum total of exempt allowances under section 10 (Point 2 of form 16)<br /><br />....10 lakhs - 6 lakhs -0.2 = 3.8 lakhs (value of non exempt allowances)<br />so figure for non exempt allowances is 3.8 lakhs .......<br /><br /><br />Step - 4 -Value of perquisites under section 17(2)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(b) of form 16 (section 17(2))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0<br /><br />Step 5 - Profits in lieu of salary( section 17(3)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(c) of form 16 (section 17(3))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0.<br /><br />Step 6 - Deduction under section 16<br /><br />Check this from from Point 4 of form 16 <br />Usually (a) Entertainment allowance and <br />(b)tax on employment etc (say 2500 Rs )<br /><br />Step - 7 - You will therefore finally arrive at figure for chargeable income from salary which is presented for tax <br /><br />(Note - If it doesn't match form 26 as , it is okay since 26 as depends on TDS filing and usually for companies show the gross amount credited )<br /><br />(Step - 7 - show the exempt allowances for salary like Exempt HRA, exempt conveyance etc etc in reporting schedule )<br /><br /><br />Take care so that the chargeable income from salary (point 6 of form 16 ) should match presented salary income in return<br /><br /><br />(Check attached pictures for my real live case )You should have your pay slip and a copy of your form 16 ...now you have gross salary mentioned in form 16 ( inclusive of salary plus all non exempt allowances ...so clearly you only need to remove salary portion to get the non exempt allowances portion ...<br /><br />Step - 1 - Identify the Gross salary <br /><br />I.e this salary is salary+ all non exempt allowances ( da, non exempt HRA , washing etc etc whatever applies since this may vary from person to person)<br />This will be point 1 (a) of form 16 i.e salary as section 17(1) <br /><br />...........( say 10 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 2 Separate the basic salary from the gross chargeable figure <br /><br />Now our aim is to remove salary from the non exempt allowances , here you shall need your 12 month payslips ( just consider the basic portion only ) <br /><br />Ignore everything else i.e DA & every other allowance i.e washing HRA etc etc other exempt and non exempt allowances ) ...Put this under salary <br /><br />........(say 6 lakhs )<br /><br />Step - 3 - Arriving at Non exempt allowances <br /><br />This is gross salary (alone) MINUS salary as in step 2 MINUS the exempt allowances (say 20,000) as indicated in form 16 <br /><br />Therefore you shall compute i.e <br />i.e Gross salary(Point 1(a) of form 16) MINUS salary as calculated in step (2) minus i.e sum total of exempt allowances under section 10 (Point 2 of form 16)<br /><br />....10 lakhs - 6 lakhs -0.2 = 3.8 lakhs (value of non exempt allowances)<br />so figure for non exempt allowances is 3.8 lakhs .......<br /><br /><br />Step - 4 -Value of perquisites under section 17(2)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(b) of form 16 (section 17(2))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0<br /><br />Step 5 - Profits in lieu of salary( section 17(3)<br /><br />Check figures for perks , perquisites , etc from point 1(c) of form 16 (section 17(3))..If not present or indicated as nil , you will put 0.<br /><br />Step 6 - Deduction under section 16<br /><br />Check this from from Point 4 of form 16 <br />Usually (a) Entertainment allowance and <br />(b)tax on employment etc (say 2500 Rs )<br /><br />Step - 7 - You will therefore finally arrive at figure for chargeable income from salary which is presented for tax <br /><br />(Note - If it doesn't match form 26 as , it is okay since 26 as depends on TDS filing and usually for companies show the gross amount credited )<br /><br />(Step - 7 - show the exempt allowances for salary like Exempt HRA, exempt conveyance etc etc in reporting schedule )<br /><br /><br />Take care so that the chargeable income from salary (point 6 of form 16 ) should match presented salary income in return<br /><br /><br />(Check attached pictures for my real live case )
  • May 10, 2018
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Dilip dwivedi

I have submitted income tax form manually for A.Y 2018-19 including (march 2017 to Feb 2018 salary+ arrear 2015-16). .on
dated.02/2/2018. My confusion and question s are..

1-when I can fill 10E online ??Before or after generating form 16 .??..because my department will not fill 10e online and dedu...
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Amlan Dutta
Company never fills 10 E online , they simply give you form 10 E based on which you fill it online before claiming arrear relief in tax return

They shall put down the relief figure under a certain small heading ( relief under section 89 ) in your tax return.
You can accordingly then fill 10 e online ...
  • February 8, 2018
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Dilip dwivedi

Can I show arrears money of 2015-16 in 2017-18 by 10E because my 10E form not accepted in 2016-17?????
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Whichever year , you have received the arrears in , you are only entitled to show the arrears in that year alone and claim relief ( not other years).

I assume that you have received the arrears for 2015-16 in the year 2016-17 . So , you are entitled for benefit of arrears in year 2016-17 alone. If f...
  • February 1, 2018
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Dilip dwivedi

Hi amlan sir..
Plz tell me about 10e form filling...for FY 2017-18
My job is sep 2015
My arrear sep 15 to mar 16=239688 credit in Jan 2018 after one financial year gap..
So I did not show march 2016 salary in
FY 2016-17
My total income excluding march16 salary in 2016-17 itr=445863 after investing150000 ...
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Yes both years has to be shown since arrears pertain to both years ... can't explain here calculation etc .... that is covered extensively in my youtube tutorial .....ask company for form 10e ( it will cover all calculations and show the rebate etc ) ....once they give , you can fill online 10e bef...
  • January 16, 2018
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