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[Section-36(1)(ix)] : Expenditure on Family Planning

This deduction is allowed only to company assessees. Any expenditure bona fide incurred by a company for the purpose of promoting family planning amongst its employees is allowable as deduction in the year in which it is incurred. Where such expenditure or part thereof is of a capital nature, 1/5th of such expenditure shall be deducted for the previous year, in which it was incurred and the balance shall be deducted in four equal instalments during the subsequent four years.

The following points should be considered —

  1. No deduction is available under section 36(1)(ix) in the case of a non-corporate assessee. A non-corporate assessee may claim deduction under sections 32 and 37(1) if the relevant conditions are satisfied.

  2. Any family planning expenditure which is not allowed as deduction due to inadequacy of profit, shall be set off and carried forward as if it is unabsorbed depreciation.

 
 

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