Deduction u/s 80 CCD(2) for employer share is over and above the limit of 80C (Rs,1.5 lac)?

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Deduction u/s 80 CCD(2) for employer share is over and above the limit of 80C (Rs,1.5 lac)?

Deduction u/s 80 CCD(2) for employer share is over and above the limit of 80C (Rs,1.5 lac)? Further, employer share will also not be added in his gross total income

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  • Anonymous

    Deduction u/s 80 CCD(2) for employer share is over and above the limit of 80C (Rs,1.5 lac)? Further, employer share will also not be added in his gross total income

  • Profile photo of Ankita BondeAnkita Bonde
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    Employer’s contribution up to 10% of basic plus DA is eligible for deduction under section 80CCD(2) above the Rs 1.5 lakh limit in Sec 80CCD(1)

  • Profile photo of VISHAL BANSALVISHAL BANSAL
    Participant

    Yes, Deduction under section 80CCD(2), is allowed over and above the limit of under section 80C. Deduction is eligible under section 80CCD(2) is allowed up to 10% of Salary (Basic+DA).

  • Profile photo of Amit Kumar BansalAmit Kumar Bansal
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    Yes, u/s 80 CCD(2) for the employer share over and above the limit of 80C (Rs,1.5 lac) i.e. 10% of the salary of the employee. https://financialcontrol.in/complete-guide-on-80c/#What_is_80_CCD_2_8211_Contribution_to_pension_scheme_of_central_government_by_the_employer

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