Is the individual covered by health insurance ?
You can claim Medical expenses for super senior citizens if they are not already insured.
1. Contribution to Public Provident Fund.
2. Voluntary contribution to Provident Fund.
3. Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS).
4. 5 year tax saving fixed deposit.
5. Contribution to Sukanya Samridhhi Scheme.
6. Post office time deposit.
7. National Savings Certificates.
8. Housing Loan Prepayment, etc.
Resident: An individual is considered as a resident in a financial
year if he was in India during that Financial Year for a total period of 182 days
OR He was in India during that Financial Year for a period of 60
days or more and he was in India for a period of 365 days or more during 4 financial
years immediately preceding the relevant Financial Year.* (Exception applicable)
Non-Resident: If any one of the above conditions is satisfied,
the individual is said to be resident in India. However, if none of the conditions
is satisfied, he is said to be a non-resident.
Ordinarily Resident: A resident individual is said to be ordinarily
resident in India in any Financial Year if such person has been resident in India
in at least 2 out of 10 previous years immediately preceding the relevant previous
year and 2) he has been in India for a period of 730 days or more during 7 years
immediately preceding the relevant previous year.
Resident but not ordinarily resident: If an Individual is able
to satisfy either none or only one of the two additional conditions specified above
he qualifies himself as a resident but not ordinarily resident’.