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Tax Benefit of Buying Health Insurance in India for NRI - Section 80D

There is no doubt that in today's expensive world you need a good health insurance policy for your family and parents. Hospitalization and Medical cost have risen significantly in India and expenditure ranging from 5 lakhs to 10 lakhs is nothing for a major critical illness like Cancer and Heart-related disease. It's simply not possible to arrange huge amounts, ranging from 5 to 50 lakhs for hospitalization and medicines at the time of need, it's both difficult and troublesome, that's why buying health insurance is a must for a family guy.  Indian government allows both residents and NRIs to claim tax rebates under section 80D for health care expenses for its spouse, children, and parents. Particularly for NRI, where parents are living in India, they should buy an adequate health insurance policy.
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