AY 2022-23: Income Tax Slab For Individual, HUF, Partnership Firm, Local Authority, Co-operative Society and companies

In India, we have a progressive method of taxation i.e. “Higher Income Higher The Tax Payable”. To govern the same taxation in India is determined based on Income Tax Slab which is defined by the tax department. The Finance Minister introduced a new tax regime in the union budget 2020. There is an option for individuals and HUF to pay tax at lower rates without claiming deduction under various sections.

Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23

Budget 2021 Update

🎯 No Change in the Income Tax Slab Rate (Old as well as New)

🎯 No Income Tax Return filing requirement for Senior Citizen (Aged 75 years and more) having an only pension and interest income.

🎯 No Change in Surcharge, HEC rates, and Standard Deduction.

Here are the Income Tax Slabs for AY 2022-23 or says for FY 2021-22 for all categories of the Income Tax assessee.

Individual and HUF Assessee

As per the budget 2021, there is no change in the income tax slab for the assessment year 2022-23. There are two tax regimes (New Regime and Old Regime) as usual. Under the new regime, the taxpayer has an option to choose either a new regime or stay in the old regime.

New Regime (Section 115BAC)- Here taxpayers can choose to pay tax at lower rates as per the new regime on the condition that they forgo certain permissible exemptions and deductions available under Income Tax, or

Old Regime (Existing Rate of Tax)- To continue to pay taxes under the existing tax rates. The assessee can avail of rebates and exemptions by staying in the old regime and paying tax at a higher rate.

Here you find the chart of income tax slab for AY 2022-23 for Individual as per both new and old regimes.

Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23 in case of Individual and HUF as per new regime

Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23Income Tax Rate for All individuals and HUF- New Scheme
upto Rs. 2,50,000NIL- No Tax
Rs. 2,50,001 to Rs. 5,00,0005 % (Tax Rebate u/s 87a is available)
Rs. 5,00,001 to Rs. 7,50,00010%
Rs. 7,50,001 to Rs. 10,00,00015%
Rs. 10,00,001 to Rs. 12,50,00020%
Rs. 12,50,001 to Rs. 15,00,00025%
Above Rs. 15,00,00030%

Note 1- The taxpayer opting for concessional rates in the New Tax Regime will have to forgo certain exemptions and deductions available in the existing old tax regime.

Note 2:- A tax rebate under section 87A is allowed to individual taxpayers for a maximum amount of Rs. 12,500 if the total income is up to Rs. 5,00,000 for AY 2022-23. The amount of rebate shall be 100% of the Income Tax or Rs. 12,500 whichever is less. (New Regime)

Must Read- Old vs New: Choose between Old Tax Regime and New Tax Regime of the Income Tax Act

Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23 in case of Individual and HUF as per old regime

Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23Income Tax rate for individual (Age below 60 years) & HUF
upto Rs. 2,50,000NIL- No Tax
Rs. 2,50,000 to Rs. 5,00,0005 % of total income exceeding Rs. 2,50,000
Rs. 5,00,001 to Rs. 10,00,000Rs. 12,500 + 20% of total income exceeding Rs. 5,00,000
Above Rs. 10,00,000Rs. 1,12,500 + 30% of total income exceeding Rs. 10,00,000
Income Tax rates for Senior Citizen (Age 60 years to 80 years)
Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23Rates
upto Rs. 3,00,000NIL- No Tax
Rs. 3,00,000 to Rs. 5,00,0005 % of total income exceeding Rs. 3,00,000
Rs. 5,00,001 to Rs. 10,00,000Rs. 10,000 + 20% of total income exceeding Rs. 5,00,000
Above Rs. 10,00,000Rs. 1,10,000 + 30% of total income exceeding Rs. 10,00,000
Income Tax rates for Super Senior Citizen (Age above 80 years of age)
Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23Rates
upto Rs. 5,00,000NIL- No Tax
Rs. 5,00,001 to Rs. 10,00,00020% of total income exceeding Rs. 5,00,000
Above Rs. 10,00,000Rs. 1,00,000 + 30% of total income exceeding Rs. 10,00,000

The following points are also applicable-

Note 1:- An additional 4% health & education cess will be applicable to the tax amount calculates as above. (Both Regime)

Note 2:- A tax rebate under section 87A is allowed to individual taxpayers (Age below 60 years) for a maximum amount of Rs. 12,500 if the total income is up to Rs. 5,00,000 for AY 2022-23. The amount of rebate shall be 100% of the Income Tax or Rs. 12,500 whichever is less. (Old Regime)

Note 3:- A tax rebate under section 87A is allowed to individual taxpayers (Age 60 or 60 + but below 80 years) for a maximum amount of Rs. 10,000 if the total income is up to Rs. 5,00,000 for AY 2022-23. The amount of rebate shall be 100% of the Income Tax or Rs. 10,000 whichever is less. (Old Regime)

Note 4:- The surcharge over the tax calculated will be charged (subject to marginal relief) as per the below table- (Both Regime)

Income LimitSurcharge rate on amount of Income Tax
Net income exceed Rs. 50 Lakhs but does not exceed Rs. 1 Crore10%
Net Income exceed Rs. 1 Crore but does not exceed Rs. 2 Crore15%
Net Income exceed Rs. 2 Crore but does not exceed Rs. 5 Crore25%
Net Income exceed Rs. 5 Crore37%

How to choose between the new tax regime and the old tax regime

Salaried Person- For this purpose, a salaried person is free to opt in or opt out every year. He is only required to intimate his employer about his choice and employer has to deduct TDS according to the employee choice.

Non-Salaried Person- A non-salaried person, has to make his choice at the time of filing his return. They are not required to intimate anyone during the year. However, a non-salaried taxpayer has no option to change his choice every year. It means once a non-salaried person opt-out of the new tax regime, they can not opt-in again for the new tax regime in the future.

***For tax planning purposes, a taxpayer needs to make a comparison between old and new tax regimes according to his estimated income of that financial year. Once the taxpayer chooses the right tax regime, the investment TDS or advance tax payable calculation are made accordingly.

Partnership Firm

Tax rate:- For Partnership firm (Including LLP) Income tax rate is flat 30%

Surcharge:- It will be 12% of tax if net income exceeds Rs. 1 crore. (Surcharge will be subject to marginal relief)

Health and Education cess:- It will be 4% of Income Tax + Surcharge

Know More About-

🎯 Current Tax Slab For Individual Taxpayer AY 2022-23

🎯 Current Tax Slab For Individual Taxpayer AY 2022-23: Senior Citizens

🎯 Current Tax Slab For Individual Taxpayer AY 2022-23: Women Assessee

Local Authority

For Local Authority Income tax rate is flat 30%

Health and Education cess:- It will be 4% of Income Tax + Surcharge

Surcharge:- It will be 12% of tax if net income exceeds Rs. 1 crore. (Surcharge will be subject to marginal relief)

Co-operative society

From AY 2022-23 Income of the Cooperative society is taxable as per the choice of the Old regime or a new regime of tax. Under the new regime, the rate of tax is flat 22% provides its forgoes specified deduction and exemption under the Act.

New Tax rate- for co-operative society Income tax rate is flat 22%

Health and Education cess:- It will be 4% of Income Tax + Surcharge

Surcharge:- It will be levied at a flat rate of 10% of the tax, irrespective of the Income of such society.

Under the old tax regime the Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23 will be as follow-

Income Tax Slab for AY 2022-23: Taxable IncomeTax Rate
Up to Rs. 10,00010%
Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 20,00020%
Above Rs. 20,00030%

Health and Education cess:- It will be 4 % of Income Tax + Surcharge

Surcharge:- It will be 12 % of tax, if net income exceed Rs. 1 crore. (Surcharge will be subject to marginal relief)

Domestic Companies

ParticularsTax Rates
where companies total turnover or gross receipts during the previous year 2019-20 does not exceed Rs. 400 crore25%
Where company opt for section 115BA25%
Where company opt for section 115BAA22%
Where company opt for section 115BAB15%
All other domestic company30%

Health and Education cess:- It will be 4% of Income Tax + Surcharge

Surcharge:- It will be 7% of tax if net income exceeds Rs. 1 crore but below Rs. 10 crores and if income exceeds Rs. 10 crores, a surcharge will be 12%. (Surcharge will be subject to marginal relief)

Foreign Company

ParticularsTax Rates
Royalty received from government or an Indian concern or fees for rendering technical services where such agreement has, in either case, been approved by the central government 50%
Any other income40%

Health and Education cess:- It will be 4% of Income Tax + Surcharge

Surcharge:- It will be 2% of the tax if net income exceeds Rs. 1 crore but below Rs. 10 crores and if income exceeds Rs. 10 crores, a surcharge will be 5%. (Surcharge will be subject to marginal relief)

Frequently Asked Questions- FAQs

  1. What is the new Income Tax slab for 2021-22?

    As per the new tax regime for FY 2021-22 (Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23) following income tax slab is applicable for all individuals and HUF assessee-

    🎯 up to Rs. 2,50,000 NIL ▶️ No Tax

    🎯 Rs. 2,50,001 to Rs. 5,00,000 ▶️ 5 % (Tax Rebate u/s 87a is available)

    🎯 Rs. 5,00,001 to Rs. 7,50,000 ▶️ 10%

    🎯 Rs. 7,50,001 to Rs. 10,00,000 ▶️ 15%

    🎯 Rs. 10,00,001 to Rs. 12,50,000 ▶️ 20%

    🎯 Rs. 12,50,001 to Rs. 15,00,000 ▶️ 25%

    🎯 Above Rs. 15,00,000 ▶️ 30%

    Note- The taxpayer opting for concessional rates in the New Tax Regime will have to forgo certain exemptions and deductions available in the existing old tax regime.

    Note 2:- A tax rebate under section 87A is allowed to individual taxpayers for a maximum amount of Rs. 12,500 if the total income is up to Rs. 5,00,000 for FY 2021-22. The amount of rebate shall be 100% of the Income Tax or Rs. 12,500 whichever is less. (New Regime)

  2. What is the standard deduction for 2022?

    Standard deduction means a flat deduction to individuals earning a salary or pension income. It was introduced back in Budget 2018 in lieu of transport allowance and reimbursement of miscellaneous medical expenses. It is allowable from the “Income taxable under the head salary” The tax benefits can be claimed irrespective of the actual amount spent on ‘transport allowance’ and ‘medical allowance’.
    For year ending 31st March 2022, the standard deduction applicable to salaries individual and pensioners is Rs. 50,000/-. But if you are choosing to pay tax under the new tax regime then you can not avail of the standard deduction

  3. What is the new tax for 2021?

    The new tax for the year ending 31st March 2021 (Income Tax Slab For AY 2022-23) can be calculated using the following income tax slab rates applicable to individual taxpayers-

    🎯 up to Rs. 2,50,000 NIL ▶️ No Tax

    🎯 Rs. 2,50,001 to Rs. 5,00,000 ▶️ 5 % (Tax Rebate u/s 87a is available)

    🎯 Rs. 5,00,001 to Rs. 7,50,000 ▶️ 10%

    🎯 Rs. 7,50,001 to Rs. 10,00,000 ▶️ 15%

    🎯 Rs. 10,00,001 to Rs. 12,50,000 ▶️ 20%

    🎯 Rs. 12,50,001 to Rs. 15,00,000 ▶️ 25%

    🎯 Above Rs. 15,00,000 ▶️ 30%

    Note- The taxpayer opting for concessional rates in the New Tax Regime will have to forgo certain exemptions and deductions available in the existing old tax regime.

    Note 2:- A tax rebate under section 87A is allowed to individual taxpayers for a maximum amount of Rs. 12,500 if the total income is up to Rs. 5,00,000 for FY 2020-21. The amount of rebate shall be 100% of the Income Tax or Rs. 12,500 whichever is less. (New Regime)

  4. What is the standard deduction for AY 2021-22?

    Standard deduction means a flat deduction to individuals earning a salary or pension income. It was introduced back in Budget 2018 in lieu of transport allowance and reimbursement of miscellaneous medical expenses. It is allowable from the “Income taxable under the head salary” The tax benefits can be claimed irrespective of the actual amount spent on ‘transport allowance’ and ‘medical allowance’.
    For the assessment year 2021-22, the standard deduction applicable to salaries individual and pensioners is Rs. 50,000/-. But if you are choosing to pay tax under the new tax regime then you can not avail of the standard deduction

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