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    Senior Member sudacgwb
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    Smile Adjusting the Arrears for IT relief u/s 89(1)

    Dear Friends!

    GConnector has put up a calculator to spread the arrears received to the years to which it belongs as per the provisions of IT Section 89(1). Those interested can visit http://gconnect.in/pages/it/section89.html

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    Default Income Tax - IT Section 89(1) for Senior citizens

    Quote Originally Posted by sudacgwb View Post
    Dear Friends!

    GConnector has put up a calculator to spread the arrears received to the years to which it belongs as per the provisions of IT Section 89(1). Those interested can visit http://gconnect.in/pages/it/section89.html

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    Can you please set up such calculator for senior citizens for the financial year 2009-10 as this may be helpful to most of the pensioners

    RK Aggarwal

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    Respected Member
    Form 10-E can be downloaded from IT departments official website. This itself gives you the method of calculating the relief under section 89(1).

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    Default Can the DDO provide the relief

    Can the DDO give relief under sec 89 or we have to claim for relief under Sec 89 with the Accession Officer while filing IT returns. Some body kindly explain the procedure.
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    Anupam

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    Default Relief under section 89(1)

    DDO can give relief under section 89(1) provided the employee submits duly filled form 10E to DDO. Any doubts / clarification regarding relief under section 89(1) please mail to : [email protected]

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    Default software for spreading areas for relief

    It seems there is some error in the program.I am not getting the correct calculation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamyaar View Post
    It seems there is some error in the program.I am not getting the correct calculation.
    Sir,
    If you go to the relevant discussion forum in gconnect main page and give your problem gconnect administrators are always available to give you a reply and solve your problem. The calculator is good facilitator.

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    while distributing arrears for relief under Sec.89(1) whether the arrears relating to a financial year will be taken from April to March of that year or from March to Feb.Knowedgeable members are requested to clarify pl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miqal View Post
    while distributing arrears for relief under Sec.89(1) whether the arrears relating to a financial year will be taken from April to March of that year or from March to Feb.Knowedgeable members are requested to clarify pl.
    Salary is taken as it is due for payment. Though the salary payments for the period from April to Feb of an year are due on the last working day of the month as per the Central Treasury Rules. The salary payment for the month of March is due for payment on the first working day of April. Hence salary for an year consists of payment from March to Feb as March and April are paid in April itself.
    The arrears are also are due for payment accordingly.
    regards,
    svsankar.

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