Budget 2022 did not provide for any change in the standard deduction amount available to employees
and retirees. Therefore, This will effectively mean that salaried individuals and retirees (whose pension is taxed)
In other words,
However, Below the head salary) will continue to claim the same standard deduction amount in fiscal 2022-23 as they did in fiscal 2021-22. For instance, can claim Rs 50,000 as a standard deduction if they opt for the old tax regime in the financial year 2022-23.
The amount available to apply for the standard deduction had to increase due to the high cost of working from home for employees due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The higher costs include higher internet connectivity, higher mobile / phone bills, mobile etc.
A standard deduction of Rs 40,000 was introduced by 2018. In addition, the Union Budget in place of the Rs 19,200 transportation allowance and Rs 15,000 medical reimbursement to facilitate compliance and reduce employee documentation. It offers direct deduction from gross salary up to a maximum of Rs 50,000 and does not require the employer to submit an invoice to claim it. Starting in fiscal 2019-20, the standard deduction has been increased to Rs 50,000.
No change in income tax slab for the Financial Year 2022-23 and the Assessment year 2023-24
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