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Introduction on Income Tax

In India, there are two types of taxes one is direct tax which is directly levied upon the income of the individual and another is indirect tax which is levied indirectly upon an individual. Example of direct tax is income tax and of indirect tax is Goods and Services Tax, service tax etc.

Every individual who receives income in India is subject to income tax under the Income Tax Act, 1961. Under Income Tax Act there can be income from 5 different heads which are Income from salary, house property, capital gains, business and profession and other sources.Income of individuals, Hindu undivided family, association of person, body of individuals firms and companies are taxed under the Income tax act.

What is Income Tax Return

Income Tax Return is a form in which the taxpayer whether it be an individual or firm or Hindu undivided family, discloses details of its income, claims exemptions and deductions which are applicable on it and the amount of tax payable on such income. The Income Tax Return also reflects the amount of taxes paid by the taxpayer.

Income tax return is form in which the taxpayer files data and information regarding his income and tax payable thereon at the end of every financial year.

What is Income Tax eFiling

Income Tax can be filed by the two way i.e is the Online Method and another offline Method. Now as per the Government Instructions all the income tax return will be filed only through ITR eFiling Method. Offline Method is not available.

So in the following cases, ITR Online eFiling is Mandatory From 1st April 2022 –
1) if your taxable income is more than 2.5 lakh Rupees in a year
2) if your want to claim any TDS Refund
3) if you want to take the benefits of carry forward of the losses
5) if foregin travel expenses is more than 2 lakh rupees in a year
6) if electricity bill expenses more than 1 lakh rupees in a year
7) if total business sales or turnover more than 60 lakh rupees in a year
8) if you have TDS more than 25000 rupees in a year.

Income Tax Return Filing Fee

Service Fee –
ITR-1 (Salary + Other Income)  – 999/- INR

ITR-4 (Business + Other Income) – 999/-INR
ITR – 2 (Salary+Stock Market+Other Income) – 2499/-INR
ITR -3 (Salary+Stocks+F&O+Intraday+Other Income) – 2999/-INR

ITR Consultancy Only – 499/-INR
Include :
#1 All Plans above Include Dedicated ITR Filing by Experienced Tax Consultant.
#2 Providing Final Acknowledgement and ITR Form Delivery.


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Type of Income Tax Return Form

1) ITR 1
The form ITR 1 is for resident individuals who have total income upto Rs. 50 lakh. You will have to provide break up of your salary and house property.

2) ITR 2
The form ITR 2 is applicable for individuals and HUFs not having income from profits and gains of business or profession.

3) ITR 3
The Form ITR 3 is for individuals and HUFs having income from profits and gains of business or profession.

4) ITR 4 
The Form ITR 4 is for presumptive income from business and profession.

5) ITR 5 
The Form ITR 5 is for persons other than individual HUF company i.e. Firms, association of person and body of individuals.

6) ITR 6 
The Form ITR 6 is for companies other than companies claiming exemption under Section 11.

7) ITR 7 
The Form ITR 7 for person including companies which are required to furnish return under Section 139(4A) or 139(4B) or 139(4C) or 139(4D) or 139(4E) or 139(4F) of the Income Tax Act.

Income Tax E-filing Due Date

The due date of E-filling of income tax returns depends upon the taxpayer. If the taxpayer is individual, body of individuals, association of persons, Hindu undivided family then the due date for filling income tax return is July 31 every financial year. However, for business and companies which require audit the date for filling income tax return is September 30 every financial year. For any person who is required to furnish report in form No. 32CEB under section 92E the date for filling income tax return is November 30 every financial year. If the taxpayer does not file the income tax return in time, then he will have to pay the late fee along with the tax payable.

What are the Benefits or Advantages of Income Tax Return Filing?

There are various advantages of filling an Income Tax Return which are as follows:

#1 Loan : 
An individual who has filed INCOME TAX RETURN can help him in availing vehicle or home loans as many banks asks for a copy of Income tax Returns.

#2 To claim refund : 
If any refund claim is due to you form the income tax department you will have to file return in order to receive the refund claim.

#3 To carry forward losses : If you are incurring any capital losses, you cannot carry forward the same id you have not filed an income tax return.

#4 Visa processing : If you are planning to travel overseas, there might be chances that at the time of visa interview you are required to furnish your Income tax return receipt of last years.

#5 Buying high life insurance policy : If you are planning to buy any life insurance policy like of Rs. 50 lakh or Rs. 1 Crore, then the life insurance company like LIC might ask for your Income Tax Return receipts of previous years.

#6 Government tender : If you are planning to obtain any government tender in future, you should have your income tax returns receipts of the last few years. This is required to support your financial status.

Documents Required for Income Tax eFiling

#1 PAN Card Registration
#2 Aadhar Number
#3 Bank Account details
#4 Form 16
#5 Form 16A
#6 Form 26AS
#7 Investment details
#8 Rent receipts for claiming house rent allowance
#9 Bank Passbook
#10 Fixed deposit statement
#11 Proof of investment
#12 Medical expenses receipts, if any
#13 Proof of home loan interest, if any
#14 Share transaction statement, if any
#15 GST Registration Number Details if any

Who can file online income tax return

Following of the taxpayers can file online income tax return:

  • Taxpayers having total income of Rs. 5 lakh and above
  • Individual or Hindu undivided family resident with assets located outside India.
  • Taxpayer who is required to furnish a report of audit specified under sections 10(23C) (IV), 10(23C) (v), 10(23C) (VI), 10(23C) (via), 10A, 12A (1) (b), 44AB, 80IA, 80IB, 80IC, 80ID, 80JJAA, 80LA, 92E or 115JB of the income tax act.
  • Firm (not under provisions of Section 44AB), association of person, body of individual, artificial juridical person, cooperative society and local authority.
  • Taxpayer who is required to furnish return under section 139 (4B) of the income tax return
  • Resident who has a signing authority in any account located outside India.
  • Taxpayer claiming relief under section 90 or 90A or deductions under section 91.
  • All companies.

Points to be Considered During Efiling of ITR

  • Choose the correct income tax return form
  • Clearly identify the heads of income under which it is taxable
  • Declare all your assets if your income is more than Rs. 50 lakhs in a year.
  • Keep all documents and proofs safe for any future reference.
  • Should mention your Aadhar Number
  • Study your Form 26AS i.e. tax credit statement
  • Check your personal details
  • Also add interest income earned from fixed deposits
  • Don’t hide any of your source of income
  • Report your exempted income
  • Should verify your income tax returns

Steps to File Income Tax Return eFiling Online

  • Visit and create your e filling account.
  • Your PAN number will be your login id and you have to create account using the PAN number as login Id and password.
  • Login on the website using your PAN number and password
  • You now have to link your Aadhar card mandatory.
  • You should choose the option of ‘link Aadhaar’ under the profile setting tab. Enter details as per Aadhar card like name, Aadhar number etc. and then confirm and link your Aadhar card to your Income tax account.
  • Open form 26AS under the quick link menu. Form 26 AS contains summary of the taxes you have paid over the financial year and includes tax deducted at source, advance tax and self-assessment tax.
  • Then download the correct ITR form as mentioned above
  • Download the ‘excel utility’ of the Income tax return and fill in details like Name, PAN, Address, Date of birth, Email ID, Mobile number, choose whether original or revised return, Other taxable income, Investments, Taxes deducted, Bank details etc.
  • After filling the details click on ‘validate’ button on all sheets of the excel utility.
  • Once all sheets are validated click on calculate tax
  • Pay the tax payable if any and provide the challan details in the ITR form.
  • Click on generate ‘XML’ and save the XML file on your desktop.
  • Go to your account on the website and click on ‘upload return’.
  • Fill in the ITR form, name, assessment year and upload the XML File. If you have digital signature, then upload it too.
  • Click on ‘submit’.
  • You will get an acknowledgement. Take a print of the acknowledgement.
  • If your have given your digital signature, then your income tax return filling process is complete.
  • If not, then you will receive a form ITR-V which is an acknowledgement and verification. You can print the same and sign using blue pen and then post it to the income tax department within 120 days of e-filling at: Income Tax Department – CPC, Post Bag No – 1, Electronic City Post Office, Bengaluru – 560100 within 120 days of e-filing. You will then receive an acknowledgement of receipt of ITR-V by email and SMS.

Conclusion for Income Tax Return