No Income Tax On Notional Rent On Second Self-occupied House – Budget 2019

It means if a person has three house houses, out of which he/she lives in one and the other two are not given on rent, then the third one will be considered as deemed to be let out and taxed accordingly.

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No income tax on notional rent on second self-occupied house

The interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal has proposed to exempt levy of income tax on notional rent on a second self-occupied house.

“Currently, income tax on notional rent is payable if one has more than one self-occupied house. Considering the difficulty of the middle class having to maintain families at two locations on account of their job, children’s education, care of parents etc,” said Goyal.

It means if a person has three house houses, out of which he/she lives in one and the other two are not given on rent, then the third one will be considered as deemed to be let out and taxed accordingly.

The second house will be considered as a ‘self-occupied’ house and no income tax will be levied. 

According to Poorva Prakash, Senior Director, Deloitte India, this will be a “big boost to the housing sector as no notional taxation on a second house purchase.”

Source: Economic Times, Delhi/NCR

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