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Income Tax Calculator 2023-24

The Income Tax Calculator will allow you to calculate your income tax for financial year FY 2023-24 (AY 2024-25).

Calculate Taxes for FY23-24

  • (New Regime)


Your Age
Residential Status
Annual Salary
Business Income
Savings A/C Interest.
Other Interest Income
Other Income
Annual Rental Income
Interest paid for loans on houses on rent
Municipal taxes paid on houses on rent
Tax Saving Investment (80C)
Int. paid on self occupied home loan}
Interest paid on Educational Loan
Annual Rent Paid
Annual Basic + DA (to calculate rent deductions)
Health Insurance Self
Health Insurance Parents
You will have to Pay 0 on your taxable income of 0

What is Income Tax Calculator?

The government collects income tax on a person's income. A person, Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), business, cooperative societies, trusts and other entities are all required to abide by the income tax rules. Tax slabs are used to determine the income tax of a person on the basis of their age and income. The income of a person after subtracting the exemptions, deductions, and rebates becomes their taxable income. The deduction, exemptions and other rules may be revised on the basis of the Union Budget presented for that financial year. Now, to make calculations easier for all, Income Tax Calculator can be used to determine your taxable income.

The Income Tax calculator is an easy-to-use tool which helps you figure out the income tax which you are required to pay for the financial year. To use this application for FY 2022-23, simply enter your age, residential status, income, investments in tax-saving instruments, and income from other sources. With the help of the Income Tax calculator, you can find out how much tax you owe after subtracting the tax exemptions, deductions and rebates.

How to calculate Income tax for FY 2023-24 (AY 2024-25)?

To calculate your taxable income, here are some steps through which you can easily assess the amount you owe:

  • Choose the financial year for which you want your taxes to be calculated.
  • Select your age accordingly. Tax liability in India differs based on the age groups.
  • Click on 'Go to Next Step'
  • Asses your Gross Income: First, make a note of your annual gross salary. All of your compensation will be added in this, including your House Rent Allowance (HRA), Leave Travel Allowance (LTA), and other benefits like meal vouchers and mobile reimbursements. After this, calculate and use the exemptions from the salary components that are provided by the Income Tax department to further decrease your gross income, if relevant. The exemptions include HRA and LTA. Notably, the HRA exemption is only applicable if you live in rented apartments and submit receipts as proof. You can calculate your HRA by using an online HRA calculator.
  • Deductions under Income tax: After calculating your taxable income, you can further reduce it by incorporating some deductions. A standard deduction of Rs 50,000 is done from your gross income. Next, minus investments and expenses eligible for section 80C. Under 80C comes investment, savings, money spent on specific things or policies that give you tax benefits. Some of the most popular ways to claim this deduction are investments in PPF, ELSS Mutual Funds, EPF, Sukanya Smriddhi Yojana, and premiums paid for term insurance. To know more about the deduction amount, visit the income tax website.
  • Net Taxable Income: After deductions and exemptions, your net taxable income is derived. On this income, you are asked to give tax on the basis of tax slabs. As per the new tax regime, there is no income tax rate on the taxable income of 3 lakhs or lower. Similarly, for income of between Rs 3 lakh and 6 lakh, the tax rate will be 3 percent of it. It increases subsequently.
  • Additions in the taxable income: Tax rebates are a type of tax benefit offered by the government to those with incomes below a certain threshold. If your total taxable income after deductions is less than Rs 5 lakh, you are eligible to apply for Rs 12,500 rebate under Section 87A. But if exceeds, then you need to add the health and education cess of 4 percent to your tax amount.

Income Tax Slabs under Old V/s New Tax regime

Income SlabOld Tax
New tax Regime
( until 31st March
2023 )
New Tax Regime
( From 1st April
2023 )
₹0 - ₹2,50,000---
₹2,50,000 - ₹3,00,0005%5%-
₹3,00,000 - ₹5,00,0005%5%5%
₹5,00,000 - ₹6,00,00020%10%5%
₹6,00,000 - ₹7,50,00020%10%10%
₹7,50,000 - ₹9,00,00020%15%10%
₹9,00,000 - ₹10,00,00020%15%15%
₹10,00,000 - ₹12,00,00030%20%15%
₹12,00,000 - ₹12,50,00030%20%20%
₹12,50,000 - ₹15,00,00030%25%20%

Income Tax Calculator FAQs

The Tax will be deducted on the basis of the tax slab. There are two slabs for the same. The old regime and the new regime. As per the new regime, no tax will be deducted from your salary if the taxable income is below 3 lakhs. If it is between 3 lakh to 6 lakh, then 5 percent will be deducted as tax from your income. Similarly, the tax rate increases with the increase in salary.