A Smart woman always takes a smart step, especially when it is about investment.
They spend well on certain things and ignore the unnecessary things. Presently, the attitude of women investors is truly aligned with the male investors in the country.
Transforming the notion and so the face of investing is none other than the new age women. Additionally, with spirit and unbridled enthusiasm, these women investors are successful entrepreneurs who have an intense taste in creativity and innovations. And at the same time, they leave no stone unturned while making a sustainable ecosystem for further generations of startup entrepreneurs.
No matter, you are a self-employed and salaried woman, there are some tax-saving tips and tricks that you can consider to avail benefits of tax –
Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961 – This section opens for removal of up to Rs, 1, 50,000 for investing in the option of tax-saving. Here are some investment options accessible within this section are :
- Employee Provident Fund ( EPF)
- Life Insurance Premium
- 5 -year tax – saving fixed deposit
- Public Provident Fund (PPF)
- Equity Linked Savings Scheme ( ELSS)
- National Savings Certificate ( NSC)
- Tuition fees of children