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In today's fast-moving world, everybody is running to earn more and more money. Whether it is business or be it service, men and women both aim at reaching the top and getting the highest profit or pay. In such a situation, where people do have the time to breathe, Income Tax Return filing can be an intimidating task. A slightest of mistake can land us into a mine of a botheration with the Income Tax department.
Every person has to take many precautions while filing their Income Tax Returns. Some people take the help of professionals like Chartered Accountants and Tax Lawyers for ITR filing online. We the Legal Pillers which are providing CA Services and are tax consultant in India will guide and assist you more on Income Tax Return filing and the benefits that come along with it and help you with the correct form which is applicable and with exact time.
Every person who earns money exceeding a certain amount is subjected to pay government tax, known as Income Tax. The income earned by a person can be through salary, interest from savings, income from mutual funds, sale of a property, profit from a business, and professional income. In simple words, the tax paid or deducted on these revenues is called Income Tax. The Union Budget pre decides the rate of Income Tax at the beginning of every year. In India, there are two types of taxes.
The ITR form requires you to give details on your revenue and taxes (Taxes − which you have paid or that others have deducted from your income). The Income Tax e-filing forms are in different formats depending on the category of the Income earned. The Income Tax Returns should be filed every year within the specific dates and Income tax department of India has also decided various forms for it such as ITR 1, ITR 2, ITR 3, ITR 4S, ITR 5, ITR 6 and ITR 7.If you have paid excess tax during a particular year, you will be eligible for 'Income Tax Refund', which is subject to the IT department's calculations and analysis.
Referred below is a list of individuals who need to file their IT Returns:
|ITR 1 (Sahaj)||This is for resident individuals with a Total Income of up to Rs. 50 lakhs (Having Income from salary/Pension, One House property, Other Sources, and Agricultural Income of up to Rs. 5000.)|
|ITR 2||This is for individuals and HUFs that do not have any income under the heading profits and gains of business or profession. It may be from capital gain, lottery.|
|ITR 3||This is applicable on Individual and Hindu Undivided Family who have income from profits and gains of business or profession.|
|ITR 4||This is for individuals and firms and HUFs (excluding LLPs) that are residents and have a Total Income of up to Rs. 50 lakhs and have Income from business or profession, which is computed under Section 44AD, Section 44ADA and Section 44AE of the Income Tax Act. However if the turnover of any business exceeds the limit of Rs.2 crore, then the taxpayer has to file ITR-3 in that case. (This is not applicable for an individual who is a Director in a company or has invested in Unlisted companies).|
|ITR 5||This ITR is applicable to Firms, LLPs, (Limited Liability Partnership), AOPs (Association of Persons), BOIs (Body of Individuals), Artificial Juridical Person (AJP), Business trust and investment fund.|
|ITR 6||This is applicable to all companies except all those who have claim tax exemption under section11 (Income from property held for charitable or religious purposes).|
|ITR 7||This Return is applicable to persons including the company which are required to furnish the return under section 139(4A) or section 139(4B) or section 139(4C) or section 139(4D) or section 139(4E) or section 139(4F).|
There are different according to the types of GSTR. But the common documents are: Mentioned below are the different forms available Income Tax filing online portals that a taxpayer can use to file their return:
Many of the Individuals and Corporate entity if are required to file the Tax returns but they didn'€™t file then non-filing of income tax returnslevies a penalty up to of Rs 5,000.
As per the Income tax law, if the Income tax return is filed within the due date, then you will be able to carry forward losses to subsequent years, and set them off against future years'€™ income.
Once, you filed your Income Tax Return then you will be able to Claim for the tax refund from the Income Tax department.
Filing the Income tax return will help the Individuals and corporates to get the easy loan approval from the Banks and financial institution.
As such, one does not need to attach any documents while filing the Income Tax Return. However, the mentioned documents will help you ease the filing process:
Form 26 AS is a consolidated annual statement issued as per the Income Tax Act, 1961. The form encloses details of various taxes that have already been deducted from your income by the deductors. The form also consists of a list of advance taxes (if any applicable) and a self-assessment tax that has already been paid by you during the relevant financial year. Apart from this, the Form 26 AS also contains a statement on details of Tax Collected at Source (TCS). The form also contains the details on Income Tax Refund (if any) received from the Income Tax department during the relevant year. Note: Deductors include employer, banks, and tenants
Income Tax Form 16 is a certificate issued by an employer, to you when the Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) has already been subtracted from your salary, and deposited to the IT department. Form 16 consists of all the information that you would need when preparing and filing your online Income Tax Return, which will include the deductions. Form 16 is issued every year by the employer on or before 15th June of the relevant financial year. You can directly upload the form and quickly complete your ITR filingonline. Form 16 essentially consists of two parts − Part A and Part B.
Part A, Form 16 can be easily generated and downloaded by the employer from TRACES. The employer is required to authenticate the correctness of the contents of the form before issuing it to the employee. Some components of Part A are as mentioned:/<
Part B, of From 16 is an addition to Part A. Some components of Part B are as mentioned:
Every individual has to file his or her Income Tax Returns electronically. However, there are some exceptions to it:
Many people think that the e-filing Income Tax Return is optional. Hence, they give no notice of it considering it unnecessary. Filing your Income Tax Returns is a yearly happening, which is the moral and social duty of every responsible Indian citizen. Some of the benefits of filing Income Tax Returns are:
Mentioned below is a list of some major deductions allowed to every individual under the Income Tax Act:
|TYPE OF DEDUCTION||MAXIMUM LIMIT OF DEDUCTION|
|Interest On Savings Bank Account||TRs. 10,000\-|
|Equity Savings Scheme||50% of the Total amount invested (Maximum deduction Rs. 25,000\-)|
|Under Section 80C, 80CCC, 80CCD for Insurance policies, LIC, and PF||Rs. 1,50,000\-|
|The premium for Medical Insurance (including parents who are a senior citizen)||Up to Rs. 75,000\-*|
|The premium for Medical Insurance under 80D for Senior Citizens (including parents who are a senior citizen)||Up to Rs. 1,00,000\-*|
|Interest on Loan for higher education from financial institutions||Interest for a maximum of 8 years (Subjected to conditions)|
|Interest on Loan for the acquisition of residential property from financial institutions||Rs. 50,000\-|
|Interest received from Savings Bank Account||Rs. 10,000\-|
|Investment in long term infra bond notified by the government||Rs. 20,000\-|
|Donations to trust and charities under 80G||Depends on the type of donation|
* May not be the exclusive list of deductions
In case, if you do not file your Income Tax Return due to any reason, the Income Tax Department will send you a notice asking you to abide by the rules and file your returns. This process might include penalties for delay in filing or not filing the Income Tax Returns. In defaulter cases, the IT department does not pay back your refunds. Also, if you are found to pay taxes to the government, the interest on the base tax keeps adding up on your principle amount until you clear all your dues. Under the Income Tax Act 1961, a new section 234F has been added with effect from the assessment year 2018-19. Under the section, a penalty is levied to the person if they have failed to file returns within the due date.
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The last date of filing Income Tax Return is November 30, 2020.
Yes, Government has decided to extendtax return to November 30, 2020.
Individual or Association of Persons (AOP) -31st July 2020 Businesses (Requiring Audit) -30th September 2020
Yes, you can file your ITR Return on your own, as there are 2 ways to file ITR return one is to download the applicable IT form, and the fill the form save it and then upload and the other option is to file the Return Online.
Every individual has to file his or her Income Tax Returns electronically. However, there are some exceptions to it A senior citizen above the age of 80 years A person with an income of less than Rs. 5 Lakh and had no Income Tax Refund to be claimed.
Login to 'e-Filing' Portal www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in Then afterwards go to My Account menu Click 'View e-Filed Returns / Forms'and Select the applicable option from the dropdown and click 'Submit' to view the details of the e-Filed Return/Forms.
Yes, it is compulsory to file the ITR and if you didn't do the same it will attract penalty and also will hamper your chances of getting the loan, or a visa for travel purposes or property registration.
If the Income tax return is not filed within the due date, it may invite a penalty of up to Rs 10,000.
|From Rs.2, 50,001 to Rs. 5 lakh − 5%||12,500/-|
|From Rs.5, 00,001 to Rs.7.5 lakh − 10%||25,000/-|
|From Rs.7, 50,001 to Rs.10 lakh − 15%||37,500/-|
|From Rs.10, 00,001 to Rs.12.5 lakh − 20%||50,000/-|
Login to 'e-Filing' Portal www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in Then select the View e-Filed Returns / Forms' and then click on the acknowledgement number to download your ITR.
Login to the Portal www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in Then go the E-verify returns option Select the ITR to verify it.
Login to e-Filing website with User ID, Password then go to the account Tab and click on the Refund/demand status.
You can pay tax directly through the website Portal www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in using the Net banking account with challan 280.
Yes, in any given financial year, you can file for the last two years. For e.g. in FY 2017-18, you can file for both FY 2016-17 and FY 2015-16 online.
If any error is discovered after the return is filed then it can be revised u/s 139(5).