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"The Finance Act, 2016 has amended section 192A of Income Tax Act, 1961 to raise the threshold limit of PF withdrawal from Rs 30,000 to Rs 50,000 for Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)," the notification stated.

 
 
It's very important to start saving for your future at the right time and age
Read on to find out how NPS subscribers can maximise their tax benefits
Here's a few market-linked options that can help you with tax planning.
Tax breaks in Budget 2016 make NPS an attractive option.
 
 
NRIs can now invest in the National Pension Scheme to provide them income security when they return and retire in India.

Small savings schemes remain attractive, park in liquid funds for the short term, gain from compounding in EPFO.

Starting early is the mantra to overall financial well-being. Any compromise can only be at your own peril.
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