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Centre exempts tax on expenses incurred for Covid-19 treatment

This exemption is applicable to any amount paid by the employer, and limited to Rs 10 lakh if received from any other person, the finance ministry notified

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Coronavirus | Health expenditure | Finance Ministry

Shrimi Choudhary  |  New Delhi 



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The move comes as a relief to hundreds of taxpayers affected by the pandemic

The Centre on Friday exempted tax on expenses incurred on Covid treatment of an employee — borne by employers or any another person — for FY20 and later.

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First Published: Sat, June 26 2021. 01:07 IST

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