Can a DDO consider tax rebates under Sec 80g for school teachers?

Can a DDO consider tax rebates under Sec 80G for school teachers?


In most cases if the employee did any Expences on a certain ground which attracts any deduction. So he or she can give it to this employer to get deducted on the time of income tax. like payment of LIC premium, loan principal repayment, tuition fee of children, etc under 80C and other deduction also including 80G which enable the employer to deduct a certain amount of donation made by employees. 

But hay as per income tax department:

an employer can accept only information on certain donations (such as a donation to The Prime Minister’s Drought Relief Fund) for the calculation deduction on salary. 
For other donations, employees need to submit his/her tax file to get relief in their tax return filed with the Income Tax Department doesn't give permission the same through the employer.
Now lets see how many donations are there under  80G :-
80g exemption list

80g exemption list or 80g deduction for ay 2019-20

S.NO

DONEE

Deduction (as a percentage of amount donated)

    1.

National Defence Fund made by the Central Govt

100%

        2.

Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund

100%

    3.

Prime Minister’s Armenia Earthquake Relief Fund

100%

    4.

Africa (Public Contribution – India) Fund

100%

    5.

National Children’s Fund

100%

    6.

National Foundation for Communal Harmony

100%

    7.

 University or Educational Institution of National Eminence (approved)

100%

    8.

Chief Minister’s Earthquake Relief Fund, Maharashtra

100%

    9.

Fund set up by State Government of Gujarat for providing relief to the victims of the earthquake in Gujarat

100%

   10.

Zila Saksharta Samiti

100%

   11.

The National Blood Transfusion Council, State Blood Transfusion Council

100%

   12.

The fund held by a State Government for the medical relief to the poor

100%

   13.

Central Welfare Fund of Army or may be the Indian Naval Benevolent Fund or may be The Air Force Central Welfare Fund

100%

   14.

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister’s Cyclone Relief Fund

100%

   15.

National Illness Assistance Fund

100%

   16.

Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, Lieutenant Governor’s Relief Fund

100%

   17.

National Sports, National Cultural, Technology Development and Application funds

100%

   18.

Swachh Bharat Kosh

100%

   19.

Clean Ganga Fund

100%

   20.

National Fund for Control of Drug Abuse

100%

   21.

Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Fund

50%

   22.

Prime Minister’s Drought Relief Fund

50%

   23.

Indira Gandhi Memorial Fund

50%

   24.

25.

Rajiv Gandhi Foundation

Donation towards Bharat Ke Veer fund

50%

50%


Deduction available for the amount contributed under section 80G subject to the limit.


Contribution or donation given to any other institution other than discussed above can also get deduction us 80G. However, the deduction in respect of such donations or contributions will be restricted to 50% or 100% of the Net Qualifying Amount.

80g exemption list


The following table describes the funds where contributions/ donations made are eligible for deduction from GTI (Gross Total Income) subject to the qualifying limit as:


TABLE- II


S.No.

Particulars

Deduction (as a percentage of net qualifying amount)

       1.

Donation to Government or any local authority approved by govt, institution, or association to be made for the purpose of promoting family planning.

100%

       2. 

Donation given by any company to the Indian Olympic Association or to any other association or institution notified for the development of infrastructure for sports and games in India or the sponsorship of sports and games in India.

(Note: Only the  companies are eligible to claim deduction under this i.e. this is not available to any other assessee.)

100%

       3.

Funds/ Institutions which accepts conditions mentioned under section 80G(5)

50%

      4.

Donation to Govt or any local authority for the purpose of utilize  any charitable purpose other than promoting family planning

50%

      5.

Any body made in India for satisfying the needs for housing accommodation or for the purpose of planning/development of towns, villages, etc.

50%

      6.

Any corporation specified U/S 10(26BB) for the promotion of the interest of minority community

50%

       7.

Any notified (by govt for tax purpose) temple, mosque, gurdwara, church or other places for the purpose of renovation & repairs

50%


it is said that the deductions are subject to the Net Qualifying Amount, now the question is what is Net Qualifying Amount?

Net Qualifying Amount means 10% of the adjusted GTI i.e gross total income or the donations/ contributions made (excluding the donation/ contribution to the specified funds as mentioned in Table-I), whichever is less.


How to calculate Adjusted Gross Total Income (AGTI)?

Gross Total Income            XXX

Less: Exempt income                       (xxx)
Less: Long term Capital Gain                        (xxx)
Less: STCG or Short term Capital gain on salling of shares
           u/s 111A (taxable @10%)                                                      (xxx)
Less: Deductions under sec 80CCC to 80U (exclude 80G)                (xxx)
Less: Income refers under section 115A, 115AB, 115AC or 115 AD (xxx)

Adjusted Gross Total Income                         XXX

Therefore, the amount of deduction available under section 80G having the constraint of the limit shall be or 80g deduction calculation


Deduction = 50% or 100%  10% of AGTI 

(as the case may be)* Or      (Whichever is less)

Total donations u/s 80G

*Refer Table- II

What Payment proof is needed to be submitted to claim deduction under section 80G? 

The assessee claiming deduction under section 80G is required to present payment proof. The assessee should submit the receipt as jpg or pdf file in portal issued by the donee-institute to get the relief of the deduction. Such receipt should indicate name, address, PAN and the registration number of Donee under section 80G along with the validity of the registration and the name and amount donated/ contributed by the Donor.

 Payment proof in case the employer donates by way of consolidated cheque?

In the case where donations/ contributions are made to:

- National Defence Fund

- Army Central Welfare Fund

- Indian Naval Benevolent Fund

- Air Force Central Welfare Fund

- National Relief Fund

- Chief Ministers Relief Fund

- Lieutenant Governors Relief Fund.

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after all this procedure 80g certificate will be issued to you, following is the simple

80g exemption list

 




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