Deductions Under Chapter Vi A

Section 80C 
1) Life Insurance Premium
2)  Mutual Fund 
3) EPF ( Employee Contribution to PF (Normally 12% Of Basic + Da )
4) PPF(Public Provident Funds)
5)  NSC (National Saving Certificates)
6)  KVP/IVP (Kisan Vikas Patra)
7)  FD>5Yrs 
8)  Tuition Fees Of Children
9)  Housing Loan: (Principal Interest Repaid only)
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Section 80D
1) Medical Insurance
( Family 25000 + Parents 25000)
( If Senior Citizen Then 30000)
(Included In Above 5000 For Medical Lab Test)
Maximum Deduction is 150000 for Section 80C
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Section 80G 
Certain Donations have
100% Deduction like Pm Relief Fund
50% Deduction like Temple/NGO
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Section 80TTA
1) Saving Bank Interest
Maximum 10000 Deduction

Interest Earned on Both Savings and FD
Total Interest Earned whether FD or Savings is Income from Other Sources
80TTA Deduction is only for Interest on Savings Max 10000
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Q1
What is the PGBP Income of a proprietorship (Individual) as per Section 44AD in following case ?

   
Turnover 5000000
Profit 1500000
Interest Income on FD 18000
Interest Income on Savings 4000
Mutual Fund Saving 15000
Life Insurance Premium 40000
Medical Insurance  
Self 12000
Wife 11000
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Q2
Suppose in last question,person wants to pay 6000 tax What should be his PGBP Income 

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Note:-

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