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Income Tax Slabs and Rates FY 2023-24
Updated On – 28 Apr 2023
Income Tax Slabs in India are announced by the finance minister every year. This year, the finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman has announced the Union Budget for 2023 on 1 February 2023. In the latest budget, certain changes to the existing income tax slab has been introduced. Currently, there are two different Income Tax regimes. Under both the new regime and the old regime, taxpayers can avail tax benefits.
The finance minister announced that under the new tax regime the rebate for income tax has been increased to Rs.7 lakh from the earlier limit of up to Rs.5 lakh. There were certain changes under the tax slab for the new tax regime too. Apart from that surcharge rate on income of Rs.5 crore and above has been decreased from 37% to 25%.
Note: You can now file your taxes through the New income tax portal. The new portal comes with a plethora of features and is designed to ease the tax filing process.
Income Tax Slab defined as the Individual taxpayers will need to pay the income tax based on the slab system they fall under. Depending on the income of the individual, he/she may fall under a different tax slab. Therefore, individuals with a higher income will need to pay more tax. The slab system was introduced to maintain a fair tax system in the country. The slabs tend to change at every budget announcement.
|Income Tax Slab||Income Tax Rate|
|Up to Rs.3 lakh||Nil|
|Rs.3 lakh – Rs.6 lakh||5%|
|Rs.6 lakh – Rs.9 lakh||10%|
|Rs.9 lakh – Rs.12 lakh||15%|
|Rs.12 lakh – Rs.15 lakh||20%|
|Above Rs.15 lakh||30%|
Note: New income tax rates are optional
Things you Must Keep in Mind before opting for New Tax Slab
There are few things you must keep in mind before opting for the new tax slab:
The calculation of tax liability before-hand and paying the taxes to the government accordingly is called advance tax. There are certain deadlines for the advance tax payments. These deadlines are listed below:
|Due Date||Advance Tax Payable|
|On or before 15th June||15% of advance tax|
|On or before 15th September||45% of advance tax|
|On or before 15th December||75% of advance tax|
|On or before 15th March||100% of advance tax|