Income Tax Return Filing

ITR filing is an annual event applicable for all types of taxpayers whether it is a company, LLP or Individual. The income is taxed differently based on type of tax payer. We have made simple to understand packages for income tax return filing. Please note these are not software access fees but a real CA Assisted ITR Filing Service.

 

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Important Information On Income Tax Return (ITR)

First Pay Tax Then File Return

Filing of income tax return is a self assessment method wherein the taxpayer needs to make a computation of taxable income earned during the previous year and the income tax payable thereon. Before filing the return, the due tax must be paid. The tax can be paid online or through challan 280 by depositing in bank with cheque or cash.

Late Return Filing

If the taxpayer has missed the due date of filing the Income tax return, the same can still be submitted as "belated income tax return" within the last date of the assessment year. However, the losses or accumulated depreciation cannot be carried forward, and in case there is any error the belated return cannot be revised.

Penalty For Not Filing The ITR

Filing of ITR is a mandatory requirement under section 139 of the Income Tax Act,1961 and non-filing of the same attracts a penalty Up-to Rs. 5,000/-. This penalty is over and above the interest or other consequences on nonpayment of tax. However, if a genuine reason is shown to the satisfaction of the ITO, it may be waived off or reduced.

Due Date Of Filing of ITR for Assessment Year 2020-21

SL. NO.TYPE OF TAXPAYER (ASSESSEE)DUE DATETAX AUDIT CAES
1.Company30- Sep -202030- Sep -2020
2.Limited Liability Partnership31 July 202030- Sep -2020
3.Partnership31 July 202030- Sep -2020
4.Proprietor31 July 202030- Sep -2020
5.Individual31 July 202030- Sep -2020

How can Form ITR-1 be filed?

Who all can file Form ITR-1?

Form ITR-1 (also referred to as SAHAJ popularly) has to be filed by individuals who have an income of not more than INR 50 lakhs from the following sources in a financial year:

  • Salary/Pension: Salary refers to the remuneration/consideration that a person receives for the services that he/she renders under a contract of employment. For an amount to be considered salary, the existence of employer-employee relationship is must. As per the Income Tax Act, 1961, the following are included in salary income:
    • Wages
    • Pension
    • Annuity
    • Advance Salary Paid
    • Leave Encashment
    • Fee, Perquisites, Commission, Profits in addition to or in lieu of Salary or wages
    • Transferred balance in recognized Provident Fund
    • Annual accretion to the recognized Provident Fund
    • Central Government Contribution or Employer Contribution to Pension account as mentioned in Section 80CCD of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
  • One House Property (does not include those cases in which income has been brough forward from previous years): If the taxpayer I the owner of a property from which he/she is earning rent, the rent proceeds become taxable. However, if the taxpayer is using the property for running some business or profession, the same would be taxable under the heading “Income from Business or Profession.”
  • Other sources (does not include income earned from winning lottery or race horses)
  • Agricultural Income (Up to INR 5,000)

The verification regarding completion of filing of Income Tax Return can be made in either of the two ways:

  • While filing the form online, fill in the details and e-verify the return by using EVC via Bank Account/Demat Account/Aadhar OTP/Net Banking; or
  • Upon completing the online submission of Form ITR-1, you will receive the receipt in your registered e-mail ID. Download this acknowledgement and post the print-out to CPC office, Bangalore within 120 days of e-filing.
Documents required for ITR-1 filing
  • Form-16
  • Salary Slips
  • Interest certificates from Post Offices & Banks
  • Form 16A/16B/16C
  • Form 26AS
  • Tax-Savings Investment Proofs
  • Deductions under Section 80D to 80U
  • Home Loan statement from NBFC/Bank
  • Capital Gains
  • Aadhar Card

ITR-2 Form Filing – Income Tax Return

The ITR-2 Form is an important Income Tax Return form used by Indian citizens, as well as Non Resident Indians to file their Tax Returns with the Income Tax Department of India. Individuals who are not eligible to use ITR-1 can use the ITR-2 Form.

Individuals and Hindu Undivided Families who have their Income for the Financial Year through Salary or Pension, more than House Property, Income from Capital Gains, Income from foreign assets/Income, Income from business or profession as a partner (not proprietor) and other sources including lottery, racehorses, legal gambling are eligible to file their IT Return using ITR-2. Individuals who are not eligible to file using ITR-1, because of their income exceeding ₹ 50 Lakhs, also need to file using ITR-2.

Documents required for ITR-2 filing

  • Form-16
  • Salary Slips
  • Interest certificates from Post Offices & Banks
  • Form 16A/16B/16C
  • Form 26AS
  • Tax-Savings Investment Proofs
  • Deductions under Section 80D to 80U
  • Home Loan statement from NBFC/Bank
  • Capital Gains
  • Aadhar Card

ITR-3 Form Filing – Income Tax Return

The ITR-3 Form applies particularly to those Individuals and Hindu Undivided Families who have income from carrying on a profession or from Proprietary business. If an Individual/HUF is having income as a partner of a partnership firm that is carrying out business/profession, he cannot file ITR-3. In such case, he is required to file ITR 2.

ITR-4 SUGAM Form Filing – Income Tax Return

For filing returns, the Income Tax Department has set out different forms. These forms are filed by the taxpayers as per the category that they fall under and the source of their income. There are multiple criteria that decide eligibility of a taxpayer to file a particular ITR form. Form ITR-4 is used for filing Income Tax Return by those taxpayers who have opted for the presumptive income scheme under Sections 44AD, 44ADA and 44AE of the Income Tax Act, 1961. This is, however, subject to the business turnover limit of INR 2 crores, exceeding which the taxpayer would be required to file ITR-3. Presumptive Taxation scheme is a scheme that exempts the small taxpayers from maintenance of books of accounts.

Who all are eligible to file Form ITR 4?

Form ITR-4 is required to be filed by those individuals whose income comes from the following sources:

  • Business Income under Section 44AD/Section 44AE
  • Income from profession as per Section 44ADA
  • Income up to INR 50 lakhs from Salary/Pension
  • Income up to INR 50 lakhs from One House Property (does not include brought forward loss or loss to be brought forward under this head)
  • Income from other sources up to INR 50 lakhs (does not include winning from lottery or horse races)
  • Form ITR-4 can also be filed by freelancers in case their income does not exceed INR 50 lakhs.

Filing Form ITR-5

The taxpayers have to file returns on the basis of the income earned in a financial year and the kind of entity they fall under. Let’s explore in detail the taxpayers who are required to file Form ITR-5 and other relevant instructions pertaining to the same. The various provisions and sections mentioned in this article are of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

Who all are eligible to file Form ITR-5?

The following are eligible for filing Form ITR-5:

  • A Firm;
  • Limited Liability Partnership;
  • Association of Persons (AOP);
  • Body of Individuals (BOI);
  • Artificial Juridical Person (AJP) referred to in Section 2(31)(vii);
  • Local Authority referred to in Section 160(1)(iii) or 160(1)(iv);
  • Cooperative Society;
  • Society registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860 or under any State law trust (except trusts eligible for filing Form ITR-7)
  • Estate of Deceased person
  • Estate of an insolvent
  • Business Trust referred to in Section 139(4E)
  • Investment Fund referred to in Section 139(4F)

It is pertinent to mention that a person who is required to file return of income under Section 139(4A) or 139(4B) or 139(4D) cannot use Form ITR-5 for filing return.

Income Tax Return – Filing Form ITR-6

Every Indian Resident with any source of income is required to pay tax to the government in the form of Income Tax. The government imposes tax on every entity such as individuals, HUFs, Companies, LLPs, Association of Person, Body of Individuals, and any artificial judicial person. Income Tax Return is the form filed to furnish the information to the government about Income incurred along with tax liability. The form filed would vary depending upon the type of entity filing the return.

 

Applicability to file ITR-6

Every Company irrespective of its structure registered under the Companies Act 2013 or earlier under the Companies Act, 1956, shall file Income Tax Return through form ITR-6. However, those companies whose income is from the charitable or religious organization are not required to file Form ITR-6 (exempt under Section 11).

The taxpayer liable to file Form ITR-6 must obtain an audit report under Section 44-AB. As per section 44-AB, an entity whose sales, turnover, or gross receipt exceed INR 1 Crore in the preceding financial year must compulsorily get its accounts audited from a Chartered Accountant.

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