how to submit Section 115BAC & From 10IE

How to submit Section 115BAC & From 10IE

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In the Finance Act 2020, the Finance Ministry introduced a 'New Tax Regime' Form 10IE is a declaration made by return filers in order to select the 'New Tax Regime' So, first and foremost, please explain what you mean by "new tax regime" A tax regime is the calculation of an individual's income tax liability after all deductions and tax benefits are taken into account.

For: Individual

Normal Tax Rate (Old Regime): 

Net Income Range                                                                Rate of Income Tax

Up to Rs. 2,50,000                                                                             0%

Rs. 2,50,000 to Rs. 5,00,000                                                             5% 

Rs. 5,00,000 to Rs. 10,00,000                                                          20% 

Above Rs. 10,00,000                                                                         30%

 

Tax Rate After Filing for 10IE (New Regime): 

Net Income Range                                                                Rate of Income Tax

Up to 2,50,000                                                                                    Nil 

From 2,50,001 to 5,00,000                                                               5% 

From 5,00,001 to 7,50,000                                                              10% 

From 7,50,001 to 10,00,000                                                            15% 

From 10,00,001 to 12,50,000                                                          20% 

From 12,50,001 to 15,00,000                                                          25% 

Above 15,00,000                                                                                30%

Is it mandatory for all applicable taxpayers to file Form 10-IE?

  • No. This is optional. 

  • For business, income assessments, Form 10-IE is required to file only one time if one chooses to pay tax at a concessional rate and shall be continually applied in subsequent assessment years. it can be subsequently withdrawn for the next financial year only and cannot allow opting again lifetime.

  • For other assesses, Form 10-IE is required to file every year if choose to pay tax at a concessional rate. But in the case of ITR-1 & ITR-2, you need not file form 10-IE separately its included in the ITR form itself

How can I file Form 10-IE?

  • Can file Form 10-IE only in online mode after logging into the e-Filing portal. Your form will be submitted once you complete e-Verification through DSC or OTP. 

Due date:

  • Should be filed on or before the due date of filing the income tax return if having business income

  • Other Should be filed on or before filing the income tax return

Pros: 

  • Reduced Tax Rate

Cons:

  • Brought forward losses cannot allow to set off from current year profits

  • Unabsorbed depreciation cannot allow to set off from current year profits

  • Certain deductions to salaried class i.e. LTC, HRA, Interest on loan for self-occupied property, professional tax, entertainment allowance, deduction under 80C to 80U, are Not allowed

When this option is to be exercised?

The correct answer to this question can only be answered after computing and comparing the tax liability under both regimes, however, it should not be advisable to opt new regime if there is brought forward losses, and unabsorbed depreciation. 

27 Apr

Neha Puri
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