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Allowances Or Exemptions Under Income from House Property A Y 2018-19

This blog is summarize for those taxpayers who declares their income under the head Income From House Property. Sometimes they forget to avail exemptions that can save their taxes. Here given some section wise info which is available exemptions to save tax to all assessee. So, take consider this exemption before filing your income tax return with the income head income from house property.

List of Allowances / Exemptions Under the head Income from house property for A. Y 2018-19 [F Y 2017-18]
Sl. No. Section Particulars Limit of Exemptions Exemption Available To
1
First proviso to 
section 23(1)
Municipal tax levied by local authority and borne by owner in respect of house property Amount actually paid during the relevant previous year All assessee
1A Section 23(5) No Notional income for house property held as stock-in-trade
Any building and land appurtenant thereto held as stock-in-trade which is not let during the whole or any part of the previous year.
Annual value of such property for the period upto one year from the end of the financial year in which the certificate of completion of construction of the property is obtained from the competent authority, shall be taken to be Nil.
All assessee
2 Section 24(a) Standard Deduction 30% of the Annual Value (Gross Annual Value- Municipal Taxes) All assessee
3 Section 24(b) Interest incurred on borrowed capital
Interest on borrowed capital is allowed as deduction from income from house property as under:
a) Up to Rs. 2,00,000 (if amount is borrowed for construction/acquisition of self-occupied house property on or after 01-04-1999), subject to certain other conditions
b) Up to Rs. 30,000 (if amount is borrowed for reconstruction, repair or renewals of self-occupied   house property)
c) Actual amount of interest paid or payable during the year (in case of let-out property)
d) Pre-construction period interest is allowed in 5 annual equal installments (Subject to certain conditions) 
All assessee
4 Section 25A Standard Deduction from arrears of rent or unrealized rent received subsequently 30% of arrears of rent or unrealized rent. All assessee

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Expenses Save Taxes

We incur several regular expenses which make us eligible for tax benefits but we fail to utilize them due to our less knowledge about it. Here we will discuss about some expenses which will help you to save tax.

1) House Rent : IF we are on rental, pay some amount as rent to our landlord, then you will get tax benefit. Some employee gets HRA (House Rent Allowance) which  helps to get income tax deductions. But if you are not getting HRA break-ups then you can also save tax as per provision under Section 80GG.


2) Travel Expenses : Income Tax gives tax rebate on conveyance @ 1600/- per month for office goers as Conveyance Allowances. Apart from this you can also enjoy tax saving benefit on LTA (Leave Travel Allowances) which can be claimed for two journeys in a block of 4 years. Expenses incurred by you & you family on travel for which your employer gives LTA can be claimed as deduction.

3) Medical Expenses : These expenses are a regular part of everybody's life. For this employee can get benefit of medical allowance allowed by their employee. Apart from this tax laws also allows some tax gains towards money spend on medical insurance & preventive health checkup. Limit of deduction is upto Rs.60000/- under Section 80D, if premium amount not make in cash.

4) Tuition Fees : To provide education we give tuition to our kids. IT Laws provides you opportunity to compensate the expenses you incur on your kids tuition fees by reducing your tax liability. This deduction can be claimed under Section 80C of IT Act.


5) Donations : If your kind hearted & God believer and doing some donations than this habit also helps you some in your tax liability. Cash Donation upto Rs.2000/- only and above by cheques/DD/Transfer to charitable Trust / Organisation will help you to save tax under section 80G.


6) Pension Fund : If your employee deduct your salary for pension fund contribution which is good for your future will also help you in tax saving. If your company not register with PF Scheme then you can opt some other Pension Fund Scheme for investment and future return.

7) Repayment of Home Loan : You have taken a home loan and worry about home loan burden and taxes. Then you should be happy that burden of your home loan EMI can reduce the burden of taxes. You can get the benefit on Repayment of both Principal Amount and Interest Amount components of your installments. You can get a deduction on home loan repayment under section 24 of IT Act  and a deduction on Principal amount under section 80C of Income Tax Act.


8) Repayment of Education Loan : Maintaining positions & for promotion higher qualification and up-gradation in it is must. Due to rising costs of educational courses, people often go for education loans when it comes to higher education. Just like deduction available on tuition fees, your education loan EMI also bring tax benefits to you.

Some Expenses are good. Above these expenses helps you to fulfill your dreams and reduce your tax burden, so don't worry about this. 
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How to Avoid Insurance Claim Rejection ?

Life insurance is not just a tax saving tool, it is a serious financial product which if used correctly can be a bless for your family and dependents. We people take life insurance to safe our future from any mishappen.      
How to Avoid Life Insurance Claim Rejection ?
But it will be only if it get paid to our nominee on time without hassle. There are so many clauses, conditions and exceptions in insurance policies. Failure to meet any of these conditions would result in no insurance benefit being pay out. Most often, insurers rely on legal loopholes and clauses in their policy documents to avoid making payments of sums assured, but surprisingly a large number of times, the fault and blame belongs to the customers themselves.
Here are some points to ensure yourself as a customer that you always get paid.
1. Don't Conceal Information:- While taking a life insurance policy any information pertaining to your health/habits which can put an impact should disclose. Any pre-existing disease or condition or smoking/drinking habits or anything that can be linked as being as cause to your hospitalization or death will be investigated and if you have not disclosed to the company about it then sum assured & other benefits will not be given to you or your dependents/nominee. Remember your premiums are decided on this information. If there is nothing that can be held against you then the insurer will have to honor the insurance claim.
2. Accept Medical Examination: After certain age, life insurer ask for sponsored medical examination and test to get better understanding of your medical condition. These test may also help you detect diseases early, and treat them accordingly. These test will decide acceptance/rejection of policy or clear your doubts about any future rejection of claims due to concealing health information. 
3. Pay Insurance Premium On-Time: Remember Insurance company only settle claims on Active Insurance Policies. But there are number of people who do not understand that delaying premium payments result in lapsed policies. Once your policy get lapse, you are no longer covered and all your premiums paid that far will be rendered useless. Your nominee may lost their legal validity to get sum assured on death from the company. In some cases delaying your insurance premium payments lead to Late Payment Surcharge for re-reinstatement of the policy.
4. Nominee Information: Nominee is the person who will receive any and all benefits that come out of your insurance policy in your absence. Nominee should be generally that person whose livelihoods are directly depends on you being alive and well. So nominate some one is more important. If you are single than nominate your parents, if married then spouse or children. Whatever your present relationship status is, always keep nominee name update so that some benefits will to some dependents of yours. If there is no nominee then death benefits may be freeze/rejected.
5. Scrutinize the Policy Documents: Merely telling the insurance agent everything about your medical history will not qualify him to understand and explain all on the form about your medical history. Insurers decide your premium payment amount, overall coverage, and even some exclusions based on whats' filled out in your forms. No one knows better that you, and you need to make sure the insurance provider knows too. You need to take the time out of your busy schedule and check the form that all details are filled in order and truthfully. Check Clauses such as the exception list that indemnifies the insurer from any kind of liability towards you exist all over your policy documents. 

Keep  yourself informed about all developments with your insurer. Keep yourself informed about the details in your policy documents. Stay well informed about the conditions under which you will be eligible for a claim. 
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Personal Loan - How To Avail it !

Personal Loan everybody's prime requirement nowadays. Every persons are in need of some fund to fulfill their desire, enjoy their festivals, or special occasion. But sometimes earlier people thinks taking loan is almost a big sin. Daily you certainly get some calls from bank or financial institution asking you about your willingness to take personal loan. It seems Personal Loan is become your helping hand. Here we shall discuss about your financial companion i.e. Personal Loan. 
Unsecured Loan: Personal Loan comes under Unsecured Loan category. It is unsecured because you do not have to put any thing lien or give guaranty to get it. So, it becomes attractive.
Tenure: You can generally get personal loan for the period of 1-5 years. 
Documentation: First you should know the documents mandatory to apply for personal loan. The list of documents are as follows:
1) PAN Card
2) Aadhar Card (It is mandatory)
3) Passport or Driving License as Identity Proof
4) For Resident Proof you can submit Passport copy, Ration Card Copy, Electricity/Telephone bill, Gas Bill, Bank Statement copy etc.
5) If you are salaried then arrange Salary Slip (latest 3 Months), Form 16 and Six month Bank Statement. If you are self employed then you have to provide 2-3 years account statement and Income Tax Return copy as proof of Income.
Other Charges: Bank charge not only interest on the loan amount for the given tenure but also charges Service Tax / GST (now) on  interest amount and a processing fee with GST. 
  (a) Processing Fee is charged for complete the loan procedure. Sometimes this processing fee is non-refundable depending upon bank/financial institution' policy. It can be 0.5% to 3% of the loan amount or upto a maximum amount.
  (b) Pre-closure charges, is if you repay the entire loan amount before it's sanctioned tenure the bank levy a pre-closure/pre-repayment charges which is upto 2% - 5% with applicable taxes
   (c) Apart from this if you make late to pay EMI then an other charges levy that is Late Fee, Finance charges with applicable taxes.
Interest Rate: Personal Loan is totally unsecured loan so bank try to charges as maximum as possible interest rate. Normally this rate is discussed before the deal. Range of interest is between 12% to 30% per annum. Moreover interest rates are differ from bank to bank. For government employee interest rates may go down further. So, depending upon your repaying capacity and bank's policy to lend you can, negotiate for the better rates. 
You can even offer Mutual Fund, Insurance or Fixed Deposits as security to increase loan amount.
Requirement / Usage of Personal Loan, depends on your financial/social positions. You may require it if you have taken any borrowing at higher interest rate. In such cash take a personal loan and repay it. Personal loan for paying off Credit Card balance which is being rolled over for months and attracting charges. 
So you can take it to fulfill your requirements or pay off dues or liabilities but remember loan is always injurious to your financial health.
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Tax Benefits For Senior Citizens

In this blog we will discuss Income Tax Benefits to Senior Citizen available as per Income Tax Act. A person becomes senior citizen once he attains 60 years of age. Income Tax Department categories Senior citizen into two part. First Senior Citizen is with age bracket of 60 years to 79 years old and Second Senior Citizen is with age bracket of 80 years and above. 
Income Tax Exemption Available for Senior Citizen
There are some tax exemption available for senior citizen. From F. Y. 2011-12 qualifying age limit for senior citizen has been reduced from 65 years to 60 years and from F Y 2015-16 exemption limit for senior citizen has been enhance from 2,50,000/- to 3,00,000/-. 

A new category of Very Senior Citizen has been introduced in F Y. 2011-2012 (A Y 2012-13) with qualifying age 80 years and above with enhance exemption limit of Rs.5,00,000/-.

Senior Citizens and very senior citizen are granted a higher exemption limit as compared to normal tax payers.

EXEMPTION LIMITS
The Exemption Limit of a Senior Citizen for the financial year 2016-17 available to a Resident Senior Citizen is Rs.3,00,000/-. An Additional benefit of Rs.50,000/- in form of higher exemption limit available to Resident Senior Citizen in comparison to non-senior citizen.
The Exemption Limit of a Very Senior Citizen for the financial year 2016-17 available to a Resident Senior Citizen is Rs.5,00,000/-. An Additional benefit of Rs.250,000/- in form of higher exemption limit available to Resident Very Senior Citizen in comparison to non-senior citizen and Rs.2,00,000/- higher than Resident Senior Citizen.

TAX BENEFIT OF MEDICAL INSURANCE
From Financial Year 2015-17 (A Y 2016-17) a Resident Senior Citizen can claim higher deduction of Rs.30,000/- under section 80D on insurance premium paid for Medical Insurance. Earlier it was Rs.20,000/-

HIGHER DEDUCTION U/S 80DDB
Section 80DDB provides deduction to an assessee in case of expense on medical treatment of specified ailments. Deduction Limits is Rs.40,000/- for normal patient while deduction limit Rs.60,000/- for a senior citizen patient.
From A Y 2016-17 higher limit of deduction of upto Rs.80,000/- is allowable for the expenditure incurred in respect of the medical treatment of a Very Senior Citizen.

TDS EXEMPTION ON BANK DEPOSITS
Senior Citizen can claim exemption on the Tax Deducted At Source (TDS) on interest income earned on bank deposits. It can be done by submitting Form 15H  under Section  197 of the IT Act.

HIGHER INTEREST RATES
Senior Citizen receives higher interest rates on 5 Year Fixed Deposit which is eligible for deduction from total income under Section 80C.
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Allowances or Exemptions available For Salaried For A. Y. 2018-19

Every taxpayer who are liable to file Income Tax Return under the head Salary do knows very well that what are the allowances / exemptions available under the head salary that help them to save tax 



Here we have made an efforts to Summarize all Allowances /Exemptions available 
under the head Salaries of Tax Payers for AY 2018-19 [ F Y 2017-18]

Allowances / Exemptions Under the head Salaries :
Sl. No. Section Particulars Limit of Exemptions Exemption Available To
1 10(7) Any allowance or perquisite paid or allowed by Government to its employees posted outside India Entire Amount Individual- Salaried Employee (being a citizen of India)
2   -  Allowances to Judges of High Court/Supreme Court Exempt, subject to certain conditions Individual – Judges of High Court/Supreme Court
3   -  Compensatory allowance received by a Judge under article 222(2) of the Constitution Fully Exempt
4   -  Salary and allowances received by a teacher /professor from SAARC member state (Subject to certain conditions). Fully Exempt
5 10(45)
Following allowances and perquisites given to serving Chairman/Member of UPSC is exempt from tax:
a) Value of rent free official residence
b) Value of conveyance facilities including transport allowance
c) Sumptuary allowance

d) Leave travel concession
Fully Exempt
6 10(45) Allowances to Retired Chairman/Members of UPSC Exempt subject to maximum of Rs. 14,000 per month for defraying the services of an orderly and for meeting expenses incurred towards secretarial assistant on contract basis.
7    - 
Allowances paid by the UNO to its employees
Fully Exempt Individual – Government employee
Individual – Employees of UNO
8 16 (ii)
Entertainment Allowance received by the Government employees (Fully taxable in case of other employees)
Least of the following is exempt from tax:
a) Rs 5,000
b) 1/5th of salary (excluding any allowance, benefits or other perquisite)
c) Actual entertainment allowance received
Individual – Government Employee
9 10(13A) House Rent Allowance (Sec. 10(13A) & Rule 2A)
Least of the following is exempt:
a) Actual HRA Received
b) 40% of Salary (50%, if house situated in Mumbai, Calcutta, Delhi or Madras)
c) Rent paid minus 10% of salary
* Salary= Basic + DA (if part of retirement benefit) + Turnover based Commission
Note:
i. Fully Taxable, if HRA is received by an employee who is living in his own house or if he does not pay any rent
ii. It is mandatory for employee to report PAN of the landlord to the employer if rent paid is more than Rs. 1,00,000 [Circular No. 08 /2013 dated 10th October, 2013].
Individual – Salaried employee
10 10(14) Children Education Allowance Up to Rs. 100 per month per child up to a maximum of 2 children is exempt Individual – Salaried employee
11 10(14) Hostel Expenditure Allowance Up to Rs. 300 per month per child up to a maximum of 2 children is exempt Individual – Salaried employee
12 10(14) Transport Allowance is granted to an employee to meet expenditure on commuting between place of residence and place of duty Up to Rs. 1,600 per month (Rs. 3,200 per month for blind, deaf, dumb and handicapped employees) is exempt Individual – Salaried employee
13 10(14) Allowance granted to an employee working in any transport business to meet his personal expenditure during his duty performed in the course of running of such transport from one place to another place provided employee is not in receipt of daily allowance
Amount of exemption shall be lower of following:
a) 70% of such allowance; or
b) Rs. 10,000 per month
Individual – Salaried employee
14 10(14) Conveyance Allowance granted to meet the expenditure on conveyance in performance of duties of an office Exempt to the extent of expenditure incurred for official purposes Individual – Salaried employee
15 10(14) Any Allowance to meet the cost of travel on tour or on transfer Exempt to the extent of expenditure incurred for official purposes Individual – Salaried employee
16 10(14) Daily Allowance to meet the ordinary daily charges incurred by an employee on account of absence from his normal place of duty Exempt to the extent of expenditure incurred for official purposes Individual – Salaried employee
17 10(14) Helper/Assistant Allowance Exempt to the extent of expenditure incurred for official purposes Individual – Salaried employee
18 10(14) Research Allowance granted for encouraging the academic research and other professional pursuits Exempt to the extent of expenditure incurred for official purposes Individual – Salaried employee
19 10(14) Uniform Allowance Exempt to the extent of expenditure incurred for official purpose Individual – Salaried employee
20 10(14) Special compensatory Allowance (Hilly Areas) (Subject to certain conditions and locations) Amount exempt from tax varies from Rs. 300 per month to Rs. 7,000 per month Individual – Salaried employee
21 Sec. 10(14) read with Rule 2BB Border area allowance Remote Locality or allowance or Disturbed Area allowance or Difficult Area Allowance (Subject to certain conditions and locations) Amount exempt from tax varies from Rs. 200 per month to Rs. 1,300 per month Individual – Salaried employee
22 Sec. 10(14) Tribal area allowance in (a) Madhya Pradesh (b) Tamil Nadu (c) Uttar Pradesh (d) Karnataka (e) Tripura (f) Assam (g) West Bengal (h) Bihar (i) Orissa Up to Rs. 200 per month Individual – Salaried employee
23 Sec. 10(14) Compensatory Field Area Allowance. If this exemption is taken, employee cannot claim any exemption in respect of border area allowance (Subject to certain conditions and locations) Up to Rs. 2,600 per month Individual – Salaried employee
24 Sec. 10(14) Compensatory Modified Area Allowance. If this exemption is taken, employee cannot claim any exemption in respect of border area allowance (Subject to certain conditions and locations) Up to Rs. 1,000 per month Individual – Salaried employee
25 Sec. 10(14) Counter Insurgency Allowance if this exemption is taken, employee cannot claim any exemption in respect of border area allowance (Subject to certain conditions and   locations) Up to Rs. 3,900 per month Individual – Salaried employee
26 Sec. 10(14) Underground Allowance is granted to employees working in uncongenial, unnatural climate in underground mines Up to Rs. 800 per month Individual – Salaried employee
27 Sec. 10(14) High Altitude Allowance is granted to armed forces operating in high altitude areas (Subject to certain conditions and locations)
a) Up to Rs. 1,060 per month (for altitude of 9,000 to 15,000 feet)
b) Up to Rs. 1,600 per month (for altitude above 15,000 feet)
Individual – Members of Armed Forces
28 Sec. 10(14) Highly active field area allowance is granted to members of armed forces (Subject to certain conditions and locations) Up to Rs. 4,200 per month Individual – Members of Armed Forces
29 Sec. 10(14) Island Duty Allowance is granted to members of armed forces in Andaman and Nicobar and Lakshadweep group of Island (Subject to certain conditions and locations) Up to Rs. 3,250 per month Individual – Members of Armed Forces
30   -  City Compensatory Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
31   -  Fixed Medical Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
32   -  Tiffin/Lunch/Dinner/ Refreshment Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
33   -  Servant Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
34   -  Dearness Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
35   -  Project Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
36   -  Overtime Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
37   -  Telephone Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
38   -  Holiday Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
39   -  Any Other Cash Allowance Fully Taxable Individual – Salaried employee
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Insurance Premium Saving Factors !

Friends asks, how to save insurance premium? What are the way to save insurance premium? How I can save insurance premium? What are the factors that affect insurance premiums? Hope many of us always thinking about this. And always ask our Insurance Agent friends. 
A Lower premium paid can yield to a good amount of savings over a period of few years. Life insurance premiums are based on number of factors and it can be quite tedious for few people to understand. Like why insurance premium of  same same are not same? Why premium of same age & same amount not same? etc..
There are some factors that many insurance companies consider when pricing their policies. Those factors can effect your life insurance premium which not in our control but we can.
There are some factors listed below which affect our life insurance premiums are:

Insurance Premium Saving Factors.a) Age Factor: This is factor always affects insurance premium. If you are young the rates will be lower in comparison to someone older. The death possibility or contract to life threatening disease in younger individual are very low. The insurance companies believes that a young can pay many insurance premium installments before they have to write a cheque for your family.

b) Policy Type Factor: Different type of policy charges different types of life insurance premium for the same person for same tenure and same Sum Assured. It differs the bonus amount/ Loyalty Amount payable on that policy. Like Premium of New Jeevan Anand Policy and New Endowment Policy of 21 year old person for 20 years terms are differ.  

c) Policy Tenure Factor: The policy tenure also affects insurance premium. The longer the tenure of the policy the larger the amount of benefit at the time of death as well as lower premium amounts. Short term policy are more expensive than of long term insurance policy.

d) Rider Factors: Some policy offers riders on that particular policy. If someone opt this rider than its premium amount become higher than without rider. So when you opt it think about it.

e) Medical History Factor: Every person who like have an insurance policy need to provide their health records.These records ensures that you don't have any chronic diseases or potential health issues. This keeps a check on your premium amount.  
But if a person has medical history of serious illness like cancer, heart diseases or any other then that makes them susceptible to get these from a hereditary perspective. Which increases the individuals insurance premium by larger margin than.

f) Profession Factor: Your profession/job also plays an important role in the premium you pay for the policy you want to take. Any policy holder working in the mining industry, oil And gas, fisheries or any other dangerous profession increases the premium amount.

g) Hobby Factor: Many insurers have a higher premium for people who love to takes risks for the thrill of it, like speeding cars / car race, climbing treacherous mountains or participates in other high risks activities. Thereby increasing your premium to substantially more than other.

h) Drinking / Smoking: Insurance companies ensure to ask the applicant if they are smoker or drinker. Drinking or smoking is always injurious to health. So if you are a smoker / drinker that raises red flag to insurance companies. Mostly these kind of people pays double the insurance premium than that of non-smoker/drinker. So, avoid it.

i) Gender Factor: Insurance companies ask for your gender. This does not mean insurance companies are against gender equality, But they believes that there is a different life expectancy for different genders. As per studies and statistical findings, women are believed to live 5 years more than men at the minimum resource. Therefor affecting the premium they pay for a larger period of time but at lower rate which is a plus point for the women.
How these factors affect your insurance premium is depends on the insurance company policy about the way they treat these factors and the combination of them. Every insurance policy is based on each individual and premiums are calculated on the insurance company's rules of rating.

Consider these above factors to live a health life and save money.



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Notice For Modification of LIC Jeevan Akshay - VI (Plan No.189)

Today LIC has issued a Notification regarding Modification of LIC's Jeevan Akhay - VI (Plan no.189) (UIN:512N234V05). Read Complete Notification here as-

LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA
CENTRAL OFFICE

Dept: Product Development                 "Yogakshema"
                                        Jeevan Bima Marg.
                                        Mumbai - 4000021
                                       24th November, 2017

Ref: CO/PD/100

To
All HODs of Central Office
All Zonal Offices,
All Divisional Offices
All Branch Offices (Through D.O's)
MDC, ZTCs, STC, NIA and
Audit & Inspection Depts. of Zonal Offices


Re: Modification of LIC's Jeevan Akshay -VI (Plan No. 189)(UIN:512N234V05)

This is to inform that the current annuity rates applicable to individual annuities under LIC's Jeevan Akshay -VI (UIN:512N234V05) will not be available with effect from 01.12.2017

Notice-of-Modification-of-Jeevan-Akshay-VI-(Plan No.189)The existing annuity rates would apply on all proposals with full premium received proposals registered and also completed as on 30.11.2017 or before. The annuity rates of LIC's Jeevan Akhshay-VI (UIN:512N234V05) will be revised with effect from 01.12.2017. The revised annuity rates would apply on all proposals registered and / or completed from 01.12.2017.

Therefore, all our offices are requested to ensure that all the proposals received under this plan LIC's Jeevan Akhshay-VI (UIN:512N234V05) on or before 30.11.2017 are completed as at 30.11.2017. For any incomplete proposal even if registered on or before 30.11.2017 but not completed on a date before or as at 30.11.2017, revised annuity rates would apply.

For the proposals completed before or as at 30.11.2017, in case of cheque dishonour and sbsequent receipt of money and completion of such cases after 30th November 2017, revised annuity rates would apply.

[Signature]
Executive Director (Marketing & Product Develpment)

FAQ
What is LIC's Jeevan Akhshay-VI (Plan No. 189) (UIN:512N234V05) ?
It is an immediate Annuity Plan. It is one time investment with Life Time Return Pension Plan applicable with next Month, Quarterly, Half Yearly or Yearly.

Can we Surrender Jeevan Akshay VI (Plan -189) ?
Yes! You can Surrender Jeevan Akshay -VI after one year and get back your money with OPTION-F

What are the Special Features of Jeevan Akshay VI (Plan -189) ?
There are lots of special feature this plan has. Some of them are listed below :
1> It Does Not Effect Your Pension Amount inspite of regular changing in Bank's FD Rate
2> After Policy Holder All Money Will Be Returnable to Nominee. 
3> Available Pension Option of Monthly, Quarterly, Half-yearly And Yearly
4> Pension Available From Just Next Month 
5> Minimum Entry Age 30 Years, Maximum Entry Age 85 Years
6> Minimum Investment Limit - 1 Lakh, Maximum Investment Limit - No Limit
7> Direct Credit of Pension Into Your Bank Account.
8> After Death of Husband & Wife All Amount Returnable to Next Legal Successor (Option-J)



ACT  NOW. NO TENSION ONLY PENSION

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How To Check Income Tax Refund Status ?

Did you file your income tax return for the assessment year? Does it has any Refund amount ! And you did not receive your refund yet. Here I am telling you how to check Income Tax Refund online.

First you have get register yourself at Income Tax efiling Website with details like PAN No. Name of the Assessee (As per PAN Card); Date of Birth; Mobile No. and Email ID.

Check your ITR, Is there are any Refund Amount as per your income tax return? Then you need to LOGIN Income Tax efiling website. Go to click My Account  drop down and check Return/Form 
How-To-Check-Income-Tax-Refund-Status
Check if it is processed or not. If it is yes then then check Refund/Demand Status in My Account tab. It will redirect to Tin-NSDL Website. Fill all details and get the status.
Tin-NSDL-Income-Tax-Refund-Status

Fill all Details like your PAN No. and select Assessment Year & fill Captcha Code of which you want to check your Income Tax Refund Status. 

If it is showing that Refund processed but you have not received any refund cheques/ ECS then again LOGIN Income Tax efiling website. You can only raise a request of Refund Re-issue if your refund failed to reach you and was return to Income Tax Department. Go to My Account  drop down Select REFUND RE-ISSUE REQUEST
Income-Tax-Refund-Re-Issue-Request


Select the mode of Refund you want to receive, if selected ECS then provide your correct bank account details or if wish to receive thru DD/Banker's Cheque then provide correct address. If your address has been changed then update your Contact Details at Profile Setting tab. 
Hope the above will help you to track your Income Tax Refund Status. You can track directly here, CLICK HERE.



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How Much Insurance Do I Need !!!

Do all of us require life insurance?? My answer is "YES" Because, Health of elderly parents, Education of Children and life of Spouse are put under a big question mark when bread earner dies. Not only losing the loved ones, most of the times families get into serious financial crisis. Now the question is " How Much Life Insurance Do I Need To Secure My Family?" But first you realize that whether you need any life insurance to take. If so, then here are some parameters on calculating how much life insurance you really need.

1. Earning Power: Life insurance amount must cover at-least the earning power of the person. For Example you earn Rs.50 thousand per month then your expenses ratio would around this amount. Now if something happens, interest income from insurance policy claim proceeds must be around or more than Rs.50 thousand, considering the fluctuation in money value due to inflation.

2. Dependents: If you are young and single you do not worry much about this. Mostly liability started arise once you get married. But after marriage this is must. Your Spouse and your children or your parents requires it more in your absence, because they depends on you.  If you are only earner in the family then you need higher insurance coverage.

3. Having Loan: If you have some loan/debt then the policy coverage must be higher to cover your loan/debt amount. Imagine the situation when the person had a bulk house loan to pay and there is no earner. Remember when you have loans or other debts, consider taking a policy with higher coverage after checking your affordability to pay the premium along with EMI.

Life insurance is not necessary if you do not dependents. Having surplus resources to take care of dependents. No debts/Loan, You are single and just started earnings.

There are some basics to check it like Take all your insurance policies and calculate total insurance cover you have. Now analyze and compare it with your earning in your absence and ask yourself "will this amount fulfill / protect family's lifestyle forever in my absence". If your earning does not allow much to take regular insurance cover then go for some Term Insurance.

Calculate and take the right insurance cover for you and protect your family's lifestyle forever. 
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