Income Tax e Filing

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Why should you file income tax returns?

Individuals and businesses who earn income in a financial year have to file their income tax return. Income can be from salary, business or profession, house property, or other sources such as interest and dividends.

A default or delay in filing returns will attract late fees/ Penalty. In addition to this failure to file return will hamper your chances of getting a loan or a visa for travel purposes.

Documents Required for
ITR Filing

For Salaried Employees

  • PAN Card
  • Form 16 provided by the employer
  • Salary slips
  • Bank account details
  • Supporting documents for claiming deductions if any
  • Interest income statement if any

For Business / Profession

  • SProfit & Loss statement if any
  • Trading report
  • Business account details
  • Interest income statement if any
  • Loans details
  • TDS Certificates if any


For an individual who is resident and ordinarily resident (total income does not exceed Rs.50 lakh) having income from salary/one house property (not being bought forward loss or loss to be carried forward)/ income from other sources (not being loss or not being winning from lottery/ income from race horses).


For an individual/HUF where the total income does not include income under the head business or profession.


For an individual/HUF having income under the head business or profession.


For an individual/HUF/firm (other than LLP) deriving business income and such income is computed in accordance with special provisions referred to in section 44AD, 44ADA or 44AE


For firms, AOPs and BOIs or any other person (not being individual or HUF or company or to whom ITR-7 is applicable)


For companies other than companies claiming exemption under section 11


For persons including companies required to furnish return under section 139(4A)/(4B)/(4C)/(4D)


For persons including companies required to furnish return under section 139(4A)/(4B)/(4C)/(4D)


To update income tax return by rectifying errors or omissions up to two preceding years.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is e-filing in income tax?

E-filing is the process of submitting an income tax return electronically.

What is Form 26AS?
Form 26AS is a summary of taxes deducted and paid on your behalf which can be extracted from your login. This contains information on tax deducted and amount transferred to an assesse on your behalf by deductors, tax deposited by taxpayers, and tax refunds received during the fiscal year.
What is the meaning of assessment year in income tax?
Assessment year means the period of 12 months commencing on the 1st day of April every year. It is the year (just after the previous year) in which income earned in the previous year is charged to tax.
Is agriculture income taxable?
As per section 10(1), agricultural income earned by the taxpayer in India is exempt from tax. However net agricultural income is integrated with non-agricultural income and income tax is calculated on this integrated income at the rates prevailing each assessment year.
What is casual income?
Any receipt which is of a casual and non-recurring nature is called casual income. Casual income includes the following:
  • Winning from lotteries
  • Winning from card games and other games of any sort
  • Winning from gambling or betting of any form or nature.

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