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Note on section 10(10D) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (Act) with respect to Unit Linked Insurance Policy (ULIP) as amended by Finance Act, 2021
In Unit Linked Insurance Policy, the Investment Risk in investment portfolios is borne by the Policyholder
As per the provisions of section 10(10D) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (Act), no exemption shall be available on any sum received under a life insurance policy, issued on or after 1 April 2012, where the premium payable for any of the previous year during the term of the policy exceeds 10 per cent of the actual capital sum assured.
Under the existing tax provisions of section 10(10D) of the Act, there is no cap on the amount of annual premium being paid by person during the term of the policy.
The Finance Act, 2021 amended section 10(10D) of the Act to provide that no exemption shall be available to any unit linked insurance policy (ULIP) issued on or after 1 February 2021 if the amount of premium payable for any of the previous year during the term of the policy exceeds Rs 2,50,000. As per the Amended fifth proviso to section 10(10D) of the Act, in case of multiple ULIPs issued on or after 1 February 2021, exemption under section 10(10D) shall be available only with respect to such policies aggregate premium whereof does not exceed Rs 2,50,000 for any of the previous years during the term of any of the policy.
Following are the key changes were made in Section 10(10D) of Income Tax Act, 1961 through Finance Act 2021.
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The above note prepared based on our interpretation of the relevant Finance Act, 2021 and applicable Income Tax provisions as on 31st March 2021. Tax laws are subject to change from time to time and Clients are advised to consult their tax consultants for more details. AD-F/2020-21/739
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