Revision on earlier IT return

How many times you can revise your IT return within the time limit ie upto 31st August? more  

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My savings in LIC, PF and PPF etc amounting up to Rs. 2,10,000. Since I have opted 20% contribution towards PF, every year the amount goes on increasing. Since the limit under 80 C is only Rs. 1,50,000 I am not getting the benefit for the rest of the savings. Many of us may be having the same problem. I feel the limit under 80 C must be raised to Rs. 2,50,000 in the coming year and must be revised every year. more  
My savings in LIC, PF and PPF etc amounting up to Rs. 2,10,000. Since I have opted 20% contribution towards PF, every year the amount goes on increasing. Since the limit under 80 C is only Rs. 1,50,000 I am not getting the benefit for the rest of the savings. Many of us may be having the same problem. I feel the limit under 80 C must be raised to Rs. 2,50,000 in the coming year and must be revised every year. more  
Can revise N number of times subject to keeping track & reasons for filing revised return handy as this may be cause for selecting for scrutiny more  
There is no limit for revising the return until the assessment is completed. Normally assessment would be completed within 3 years. more  
The revised return you can file any number of time but before completion of assessment year. more  
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