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Documents Required for Tax Filing

For Individual

  • Pan Card
  • Aadhar card
  • Bank Account & IFSC
  • Form-16/16A
  • Bank Statement
  • Investments (i.e., 80C 80D)
  • Share Trading (P&L)

For Businesses

  • Pan Card (Firm)
  • Aadhar card
  • Firm’s Bank Account & IFSC
  • Bank Statement
  • Investments (i.e., 80C 80D)
  • Fixed Assets Ledger
  • Sales Ledger
  • Purchase Ledger
  • Expenses Details
  • Last year Balance Sheet
  • Share Trading (P&L)


100% Digital, Hassle free Tax Filing process.

  • Choose Tax Filing Package Suitable for you.
  • Fill Income Tax filing form
  • Upload the required document
  • Make online payment
  • Review your tax filing documents
  • Provide Tax Return Draft before filing
  • Helps in reducing tax liability to get maximum refund
  • Helps in payment of taxes if any
  • Our Tax filing experts will call you for collecting additional details, Documents if required and OTPs for processing of your Verification of ITR/Reset of Tax Filing password etc.
  • ITR-V (Acknowledgement) sent to registered email id

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About Tax Return

In India, an income tax return (ITR) is a form or document filed by individuals, businesses, or other entities with the Income Tax Department of India to report their income, claim deductions, and calculate their tax liability for a specific financial year. The purpose of filing an income tax return is to fulfill the legal obligation imposed by the Income Tax Act, 1961, and to provide the tax authorities with information about the taxpayer’s income and tax liabilities.

Key aspects of income tax return filing in India include:

1.Reporting Income: Taxpayers are required to report all sources of income earned during the financial year, including income from salaries, house property, capital gains, business or profession, and other sources such as interest, dividends, and rental income.

2.Claiming Deductions: Taxpayers can claim deductions under various sections of the Income Tax Act to reduce their taxable income and lower their tax liability. Common deductions include investments in Provident Fund (PF), Public Provident Fund (PPF), Equity Linked Savings Scheme (ELSS), life insurance premiums, and payments towards tuition fees, home loan interest, and medical insurance premiums.

3.Calculation of Tax Liability: Based on the reported income and claimed deductions, taxpayers calculate their taxable income and determine the amount of tax owed to the government. The Income Tax Act specifies different tax rates and slabs for different categories of taxpayers.

4.Filing Process: Income tax returns can be filed online through the Income Tax Department’s e-filing portal or offline by submitting a physical copy of the return to the designated tax office. Taxpayers are required to file their returns within the specified due date, which is usually July 31st of the assessment year, although it may vary depending on the taxpayer’s category and income sources.

5.Verification and Acknowledgment: After filing the return, taxpayers are required to verify their identity and authenticity of the information provided in the return. This can be done electronically through Aadhaar-based OTP, net banking, or by sending a signed physical copy of the ITR-V (Acknowledgment) to the Centralized Processing Center (CPC) within 120 days of e-filing.

6.Assessment and Processing: Once the return is filed and verified, the Income Tax Department processes the return and assesses the taxpayer’s income and tax liability. The department may issue intimation or notices to the taxpayer for any discrepancies or adjustments made during processing.

Income tax return filing is an essential part of the tax compliance process in India, and failure to file returns or comply with tax laws may result in penalties, fines, or other legal consequences. It’s important for taxpayers to file their returns accurately and on time, and to seek professional advice if needed to ensure compliance with tax laws and regulations.

Type Of Tax Filing Form

In India, income tax returns (ITR) are categorized into different types based on the nature of income, sources of income, and taxpayer profile. Each type of ITR serves a specific purpose and is applicable to different categories of taxpayers. Here are the types of Indian income tax returns and their uses:

ITR-1 (SAHAJ): This return form is for individuals having income from salaries, one house property, other sources (excluding winnings from lottery and racehorses), and having total income up to Rs. 50 lakhs.

Uses: Suitable for salaried individuals, pensioners, and small taxpayers with income from limited sources.

ITR-2: This return form is for individuals and Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs) not having income from profits and gains of business or profession.

Uses: Applicable for individuals and HUFs with income from multiple sources like salary, house property, capital gains, and other sources, but not engaged in business or profession.

ITR-3: This return form is for individuals and HUFs having income from profits and gains of business or profession.

Uses: Suitable for individuals and HUFs engaged in business or profession, including partnership firms.

ITR-4 (SUGAM): This return form is for individuals, HUFs, and firms (other than LLP) having income from presumptive business.

Uses: Applicable for taxpayers opting for the presumptive taxation scheme under sections 44AD, 44ADA, or 44AE of the Income Tax Act, such as small businesses, professionals, and commission agents.

ITR-5: This return form is for persons other than individuals, HUF, company, and person filing Form ITR-7.

Uses: Suitable for partnership firms, LLPs, AOPs (Association of Persons), BOIs (Body of Individuals), and artificial juridical persons.

ITR-6: This return form is for companies other than companies claiming exemption under section 11 (Income from property held for charitable or religious purposes).

Uses: Applicable for all companies except those claiming exemption under section 11, such as private limited companies, public limited companies, and foreign companies.

ITR-7: This return form is for persons including companies required to furnish return under sections 139(4A) or 139(4B) or 139(4C) or 139(4D) or 139(4E) or 139(4F).

Uses: Suitable for entities including trusts, political parties, colleges, and scientific research organizations required to file returns under specific provisions of the Income Tax Act.

Frequently Ask Questions (FAQs)

  • Q: What is a Return of Income?

    Ans:ITR stands for Income Tax Return. It is a prescribed form through which the particulars of income earned by a person in a financial year and taxes paid on such income are communicated to the Income-tax Department. It also allows carry -forward of loss and claim refund from income tax department.Different forms of returns of income are prescribed for filing of returns for different Status and Nature of income

  • Ans:As per income tax laws, filing income tax returns is mandatory for individuals whose total income during the financial year exceeds the basic exemption limit of more than the gross total income of ₹ 2,50,000 under the old regime or ₹ 3,00,000 under the new regime. You will be attracting penalties by not filing returns

  • Ans:TR-1 can be filed by a Resident Individual whose: • Total income does not exceed ₹ 50 lakh during the FY • Income is from salary, one house property, family pension income, agricultural income (up to ₹5000/-), and other sources, which include: o Interest from Savings Accounts o Interest from Deposits (Bank / Post Office / Cooperative Society) o Interest from Income Tax Refund o Interest received on Enhanced Compensation o Any other Interest Income o Family Pension • Income of Spouse (other than those covered under Portuguese Civil Code) or Minor is clubbed (only if the source of income is within the specified limits as mentioned above).

  • Ans: Yes, it is mandatory to define the nature of employment while filing of return from the following :- (a)Central Government Employee (b) State Government Employee (c) Employee of Public Sector Enterprise (whether Central or State Government) (d) Pensioners (CG/SG/PSU/OTHER) (e) Employee of Private Sector concern (f) Not applicable (in case of family pension income)

  • Ans:You would need Form 16, house rent receipt (if applicable), investment payment premium receipts (if applicable). However, ITRs are annexure-less forms, so you are not required to attach any document (like proof of investment, TDS certificates) along with your return (whether filed manually or electronically). However, you need to keep these documents for situations where they need to be produced before tax authorities such as assessment, inquiry, etc.

  • Ans:Download AIS and Form 26AS and check the actual TDS / TCS / tax paid. If you see any discrepancy, you should reconcile it with the Employer / Tax Deductor / Bank. • Compile and carefully study the documents to be referred to when filing your ITR, like bank statement / passbook, interest certificates, receipts to claim exemptions or deductions, Form 16, Form 26AS (Annual Information Statement), investment proofs, etc. • Ensure details like PAN, permanent address, contact details, bank account details, etc. are correct in the pre-filled data. • Identify the correct return for you (from ITR-1 to ITR-7). Provide all the details in the return such as total income, deductions (if any), interest (if any), taxes paid / collected (if any), etc. No documents are to be attached along with ITR-1. • e-File the return of income on or before the due date. The consequences of delay in filing returns include late filing fees, losses not getting carried forward, deductions and exemptions not being available. • After e-Filing the return, e-Verify it. If you want to manually verify your return, send the signed physical copy of ITR-V Acknowledgement (by speed post) within appropriate timelines of filing the return to Centralized Processing Center, Income Tax Department, Bengaluru 560500 (Karnataka).

  • Ans: Individuals residing in India with a total income of up to Rs 50 lakh are eligible. ITR-1 may be filed by someone who earns money from a job, a home, or other outlets. An NRI is unable to file an ITR-1. ITRs may be filed using Form 16 by salaried taxpayers

  • Ans:The capital gains tax is the levy on the profit that an investor makes when an investment is sold. It is owed for the tax year during which the investment is sold. The long-term capital gains tax rates for the 2022 and 2023 tax years are 0%, 15%, or 20% of the profit, depending on the income of the filer.1 The income brackets are adjusted annually. (See tables below.) An investor will owe long-term capital gains tax on the profits of any investment owned for at least one year. If the investor owns the investment for one year or less, short-term capital gains tax applies. The short-term rate is determined by the taxpayer's ordinary income bracket. For all but the highest-paid taxpayers, that is a higher tax rate than the capital gains rate.1

  • Ans: E-Filing is mandatory in certain cases. For example, if your total income exceeds Rs. 5,00,000 p.a. or if you want to claim refund then you are compulsorily required to e-file your Income Tax Return. It is a much simpler process than filing a paper return and also your refunds are processed faster if your return has been E-Filed.

  • Ans: E-Filing is mandatory in certain cases. For example, if your total income exceeds Rs. 5,00,000 p.a. or if you want to claim refund then you are compulsorily required to e-file your Income Tax Return. It is a much simpler process than filing a paper return and also your refunds are processed faster if your return has been E-Filed.

  • Ans: You can yourself e-file your return with us. It is a simple, secure, and fully automated platform for you to file your Income Tax Return. you can buy our ‘CA-Assisted Plans’ starting from just Rs. 599 only.

  • Ans: Login to the Department e-filing website Select e-filed Returns/Forms from My Account dropdown. Click on "Click here to view your returns pending for e-verification" Select the Assessment Year you want to e-verify your return for and then you can choose from the given three options available there to e-verify your return.

  • Ans: E-filing your income tax return is totally digitally process it safe faster, secure and simpler than filing offline filing. As the returns are filed online, they are processed by the systems automatically and, therefore, the refunds are issued faster. Moreover, it is now mandatory to file your income tax return online if your income exceeds Rs. 5,00,000 in a financial year or if you want to claim the refund.

  • Ans: Financial Year is the actual financial year for which you’re filing your return and the Assessment Year will always be next year of financial year. For example, if you file return for F.Y. 2022-23, then the assessment year will be 2023-24.

  • Ans: Form 26AS is a statement maintained and generated by the Income Tax Department for each individual Assesses . Form 26AS contains the details of your: TDS (Tax Deducted at Sources) TCS (Tax Collected at Sources) Advance Tax or Self-assessment tax 15G/H details Details of paid refund

  • Ans: Your employer gives you Form-16 as a certificate of total TDS deducted from salary. Details of TDS deducted and the details of salary, allowances & deductions are mentioned in Form-16. However, the details of deductions mentioned are subject to the proof of deductions submitted by you to your employer. Hence real computation may change from the computation mentioned in Form-16.

  • Ans: The Finance Act 2022, has inserted subsection (8A) in section 139 to enable the filing of an updated return. The section provides that an updated return can be filed by any person irrespective of the fact whether such person has already filed the original, belated or revised return for the relevant assessment year or not (subject to certain conditions). An updated return can be filed at any time within 24 months from the end of the relevant assessment year.

  • Ans: Capital gain generated Definition: Capital gain is the profit one earns on the sale of an asset like stocks, bonds or real estate. It results in capital gain when the selling price of an asset exceeds its purchase price. It is the difference between the selling price (higher) and cost price (lower) of the asset.