Home Loan Tax Rebate Calculator 2015 – 2016; self-occupied, rented out, second home, vacant home

Last Updated 27th Mar 2017
Now you can easily calculate the tax rebate and benefit available on principal repaid under section 80C, interest paid under section 24 and income from rented out home property under chapter 6 of the Indian Income Tax Act, as per amendments proposed by the Union Budget 2015-2016 by Union Finance Minister Mr. Arun Jaitley. Plan your other investments and advance tax payments accordingly with ease.
Property Type

Self Occupied

Vacant, claiming HRA deduction as staying in different city for work

Rented Out

Vacant for any other reason but not claiming HRA benefit

Financial year

2014 - 15

2015 - 16

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Tax Deduction available on your home loan

  • Borrower age assumed upto 60 years. For senior citizens, maximum limit u/s 80C (FY2014-15) is Rs. 200000 instead of Rs. 150000/-
  • For jointly owned properties, principal repaid, interest paid, rental and deemed rental to be taken in proportion of each owner's share. Limits as above applicable to each joint owner and not on a property
  • Loss on house property is available for both residential and commercial properties
  • Above calculations are indicative in nature and exact deductions allowable may vary from case to case. Consult your tax advisor before claiming above deductions

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Tax Rebate Calculator News - Mar 2017
24th Mar 17 Stocks of housing finance companies rise on subsidy to MIG’s home loan applicants
Share price of leading housing finance company PNB Housing Finance rise by 1.1 percent on NSE soon after the government issued guidelines of interest subsidy for middle income group (MIG) home loan applicants on 23rd March, 2017. As per the guidelines, potential home loan borrowers with an annual income of Rs. 6 to 18 lakhs can now avail the benefit of up to 4 percent interest subsidy on home loans for the loan amount of Rs. 12 lakhs and above.
24th Mar 17 Indiabulls Housing Finance rises by 2.2 percent on NSE
Indiabulls Housing Finance has witnessed a rise in its stock price by 2.2 percent on New York Stock Exchange after the government issued guidelines in respect of interest subsidy for middle income group home loan applicants. Government has released new guidelines for the home loan borrowers of middle income group. Potential home loan borrowers with an annual income between Rs. 6 to 18 lakhs can now get an interest subsidy of up to 4 percent for home loan of Rs. 12 lakhs and above.
24th Mar 17 Assam government signed MoU with SBI to provide subsidized education and home loan
Assam government has signed memorandum of understanding with the leading public sector bank State Bank of India to provide subsidized education and home loan. As per the signed MoU, SBI will offer higher education loans and home loans to the state government employees at nominal rate of interest. Assam government will provide interest subsidy of 3.50 percent for housing loan and 4 percent for education loan.
24th Mar 17 Bajaj Finserv offers gift voucher of Rs. 15,000 for transferring home loan
Bajaj Finserv has come up with an exciting offer for existing home loan borrowers. The leading NBFC is offering a gift voucher of Rs. 15,000 from Tanishq, great rate of interest and 3 EMI holiday to the existing home loan borrowers on transferring their home loan to the lower rate of interest. As per the offer, existing home loan borrowers availing balance transfer scheme from 20th March to 26th March, 2017 are eligible for the offered gifts.
23rd Mar 17 HDFC Ltd to raise Rs. 1,498 crore via debentures
HDFC Ltd is planning to raise funds of Rs. 1,498 crore by issuing secured redeemable non-convertible debentures. The bonds in form of non convertible debentures with a maturity period of three years will carry a coupon rate of 7.78 percent payable annually. The NBFC is planning to utilize the funds for refinancing the housing business and to expand its capital resources.
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