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Perks Exempted fromTax for all Employees and Not Added in Salary Income

 

Value of following benefits is not added in salary income

A-I. Free medical facilities or reimbursement of medical expenditure :
Exemption under this section shall be allowed for treatment of self, wife, dependent children, dependent parents and dependent brothers and sisters.

Medical Facilities in India :

  1. If treatment was taken from a hospital maintained by employer

  2. If treatment is taken from a hospital maintained by Central, State Govt., local authority or a hospital is approved by the government for the purpose of medical treatment of its employees          

  3. If treatment is taken in respect of prescribed diseases or ailments specified in Rule 3A, in any hsopital approved by the CCIT

  4.  In case treatment is taken from a private or unrecognised hospital, the benefit is exempted up to 15,000 p.a.

  5. In case employer, under a scheme approved by the Central Govt. pays medical insurance Premium of employees :

  6. In case any health insurance premium is paid by employer to General Insurance Corporation under notified scheme (Mediclaim U/s 80D) to insure the health of its employees and members of their families :

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

 Fully exempted

 

Medical facilities outside India

  1. If the employee or any member of his family goes outside India for treatment, medical expenses paid or reimbursed by employer

Fully exempted but to the extent it is permitted by the Reserve Bank of India.

 

  1. Expenses on the stay of the patient and one attendant paid or reimbursed by employer

  2. Expenses incurred by employer on the travelling to the foreign country of the patient and one attendant without including therein the said expenditure total

A-2.  Free refreshment supplied by employer to its employees during office hours in office premises except free meals.

A-3. Free meals given at remote area or offshore installation shall be.

A-4. Free recreational facilities provided by employer to its employees.

A-5.     Provision of telephones including mobile phones given by the employer to employee to facilitate the business of the employer.

A-6. Free education which is provided by employer from its own resources who is engaged in such business provided value of such benefit does not exceed 1,000 p.m. per child.

A-7. Cost of refresher course attended by employee met by employer. In case employer meets expenditure of higher education or training whether in India or abroad.

A-8. Any rent-free residential accommodation to Judges of High Court or Supreme Court.

A-9. Goods sold by an employer to his employees at concessional rate. The amount of concession given.

A- 10. Free ration received by members of armed forces.

A-11. Perquisites allowed by Govt. to its employees posted abroad.

A- 12. Rent free house given to an officer of Parliament, a Union Minister, and leader of opposition in Parliament.

A- 13. Conveyance facilities to Judges of Supreme Court and High Court.

A- 14. Free conveyance provided by employer to employees for going to or coming from place of employment.

A-15. Any amount contributed by employer towards pension or deferred annuity scheme.

A- 16. Employer’s contribution to staff group insurance scheme.

A-17. Computers, laptops given to [no transferred] an employee for official / personal use.

A-18. Transfer of a moveable asset [computer, car or electronic items] without consideration to an employee after such asset had been used by the employer for more than 10 years.

A-19. Accident insurance premium paid by employer for his own benefit. In case such premium is paid for an insurance whose benefit is to accrue to the employee, it will be taxable.

A-20. Interest free loan

  1. In case total amount of all loans taken by an employee from his employer does not exceed ` 20,000

  2. In case loan is taken for treatment of notifies illness [Aids, cancer, mental disorders, renal failure, hemophilia, the lessemial and no claim is received from insurance company .
    In case any insurance claim is received, such amount shall be treated as loan and difference between rate of interest charged by employer and rate fixed by SBI on 1-4-20 13 shall be taxable.

  3. In case loan is taken for any other purpose and rate of interest is equal to or higher than the rate prescribed by SBI on 1-4-2013.

A-21. Income tax on perquisites if paid by employer.

A-22. Any unauthorised use of a benefit.

Fully exempted but again up to the amount permitted
by RBI.

Fully exempted provided gross income of the employee does not exceed ` 2,00,000 p.a. without including therein the said expenditure

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

 

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

 

 

 

 

Fully exempted

 

Fully exempted

Fully exempted

 

Taxation of Employee’s Stock Option (ESOPs)

Since FBT has been abolished, so w.e.f. assessment year 2010-11 the value of this benefit will be taxable as perquisite in the hands of the employee.

 
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