Don’t you receive HRA from your employer
Typically, HRA is part of your salary and you can claim a discount for HRA. If you do not receive an HRA from your employer and make payments for rent for any furnished or unfurnished accommodation you occupy for your stay, you can claim a deduction under Section 80GG for the rent you pay. Here are some of the conditions that must be met –
- You are self-employed or salaried
- You did not receive HRA at any time during the year you claim 80GG
- You, your spouse or your minor child in which you are a member do not have any residential housing in the place where you currently reside or perform office duties, work, work or occupation.
- If you own any residential property anywhere, your income is calculated from the home within the applicable divisions (as a self-owned enterprise), no deduction is allowed under section 80GG.
You will be asked to submit a 10BA form with details of the rent payment.
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Discount – the lowest will be considered as a deduction under this section –
A Rs 5000 per month
(A) 25% of total income (income to exclude long-term capital gains, short-term capital gain under Section 111A and revenue under Section 115A or 115D and deductions 80C to 80U.
(B) actual rent less than 10% of income (income to exclude long-term capital gains, short-term capital gain under Section 111A and revenue under Section 115A or 115D and deductions 80C to 80U.
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