FORM 80DDB PDF

Updated on May 27, - PM. Here are the specialists who can give certificate under section 80DDB —. Details of deduction allowed under section 80DDB Deduction under section 80DDB is allowed for medical treatment of a dependant who is suffering from a specified disease listed in the table above. Can be claimed by an Individual or HUF. Allowed to Resident Indians. When taxpayer has spent money on treatment of the dependant.

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Reproduction of news articles, photos, videos or any other content in whole or in part in any form or medium without express writtern permission of moneycontrol. Preeti Khurana When you have spent money for treatment of a dependant, suffering from a listed disease, you can claim deduction under section 80DDB.

This deduction can be claimed by an individual or HUF. Only residents in India can claim this deduction. It can be claimed for your spouse, children, parents and siblings. The diseases for which this deduction is allowed are listed at the end of this article. How to get a certificate A certificate of the disease is mandatory to claim deduction in your income tax return. The process of getting this certificate has now been simplified by the income tax department.

For patients who are receiving treatment in a private hospital, the certificate can be taken from the private hospital itself. Certificate must be taken from a specialist with a degree in the specialised field. This degree must be recognised by the Medical Council of India. For patients getting treated in a government hospital, certificate must be taken from any specialist working full-time in that hospital.

Such specialist must have a post-graduate degree in general or internal medicine or any equivalent degree, which is recognised by the Medical Council of India.

Certificate in Form 10I is no longer required. The tax department has specified some details that the certificate must include. The certificate must have name and age of the patient, name of the disease or ailment, name, address, registration number and the qualification of the specialist issuing the prescription. If the patient is receiving the treatment in a government hospital, it should also have name and address of the government hospital.

How much deduction is allowed? In case of senior citizen Rs 60, or amount actually paid, whichever is less. For very senior citizens Rs 80, is the maximum deduction that can be claimed. Download a copy.

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It is quite necessary to have a clear understanding of the deductions so as to make a correct calculation on the net taxable income of a taxpayer. Now, let us discuss in detail about the deductions specified in Section 80DDB and the implications of these deductions. To claim the deductions under Section 80DDB, the dependents of individuals and Hindu Undivided Families are classified into two categories. In case of individuals, dependents can be spouse, child i.

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How to Get a Certificate for Claiming Deduction under Section 80DDB

Reproduction of news articles, photos, videos or any other content in whole or in part in any form or medium without express writtern permission of moneycontrol. Preeti Khurana When you have spent money for treatment of a dependant, suffering from a listed disease, you can claim deduction under section 80DDB. This deduction can be claimed by an individual or HUF. Only residents in India can claim this deduction. It can be claimed for your spouse, children, parents and siblings. The diseases for which this deduction is allowed are listed at the end of this article.

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