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Frequently Asked Questions
The last date for filing Income Tax Returns (ITR) in India is typically July 31st for individual taxpayers.
The Income Tax Department has various ITR forms based on the taxpayer’s sources of income and tax situation. You can find detailed information about each form on the Income Tax Department’s website or consult our SaveTax expert to help you choose the appropriate form.
E-filing refers to submitting your Income Tax Returns electronically through the Income Tax Department’s e-filing portal or authorized tax filing websites. Manual filing involves physically submitting the completed ITR form and supporting documents at the Income Tax Department’s designated offices. E-filing is the preferred method as it is faster, more convenient, and reduces the chances of errors in your tax return.
If you have paid excess tax, you can claim a refund by filing your Income Tax Returns. The refund amount will be calculated automatically based on the information provided in your ITR form. Once the Income Tax Department processes your return, the refund will be credited to your bank account electronically.
Late filing or non-filing of Income Tax Returns may result in penalties, which vary depending on the extent of delay and the taxpayer’s income. Penalties range from ₹5,000 to ₹10,000.
Failing to file income tax returns by the due date results in a 1% monthly interest penalty on unpaid tax, according to Section 234A. Taxes must be paid before filing ITR. Penalties accrue from the day after the due date, typically July 31st, and increase with delayed filing.
Some of the most common deductions available under Section 80C of the Income Tax Act include investments in Public Provident Fund (PPF), National Savings Certificates (NSC), Equity-Linked Saving Schemes (ELSS), Tax-saving Fixed Deposits, and repayment of the principal amount on home loans.
Yes, you can revise your Income Tax Returns if you discover any mistakes after filing. You must file a revised return using the same ITR form as the original return and mention the relevant assessment year and original acknowledgment number. The deadline for filing a revised return is the end of the relevant assessment year or before the completion of the assessment, whichever is earlier.
Form 16 is a certificate issued by employers to their employees, providing a detailed summary of the salary paid and the tax deducted at source (TDS). It serves as proof of income and TDS for the financial year and is an essential document for filing Income Tax Returns.
After e-filing your Income Tax Returns, you need to verify them to complete the process. You can verify your returns electronically through Aadhaar-based OTP, Electronic Verification Code (EVC), or by logging into your e-filing account on the Income Tax Department’s website. Alternatively, you can send a signed ITR-V form to the Centralized Processing Center (CPC) via post within 120 days of filing your return.