A Detailed Guide to Calculate HRA (with examples)

HRA is a key component of the salary and is taxable under the Income Tax Act. The employer should provide HRA, apart from basic salary and dearness allowance, to suffice the rented housing or accommodation expenses of the employee. The HRA amount also helps an individual save on their tax outgo.

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