File Income Tax return before last date and avoid these consequences ITR filing
July, 16th 2019
July 31 is the last day for filing Income Tax Return (ITR) for the assessment year 2019-20 (the financial year 2018-19). This year, certain sections of ITR forms will be pre-filled as notified by the Income Tax Department. If you have not filed your ITR this year, do it before the deadline or you will have to face these consequences.
July 31 is the last day for filing Income Tax Return (ITR) for the assessment year 2019-20 (the financial year 2018-19). This year, certain sections of ITR forms will be pre-filled as notified by the Income Tax Department. Individuals can file ITR online through income tax's e-filing ITR website.
inRead invented by Teads The department is providing pre-filled ITR-1, ITR-2, ITR-3 and ITR-4 forms that are available for download as XML files. It is important for individuals to file Income Tax Return before the last date or may have to face its consequences.
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Image Source : FILE PIC ITR filing: File Income Tax return before last date and avoid these consequences Who needs to file ITR? Individuals having an annual income of Rs 2.5 lakh or more need to file income tax returns, according to the Income Tax Department's website For senior citizens -- between 60 years and 80 years of age, the limit is Rs 3 lakh For super senior citizens -- aged above 80 years, the limit is Rs 5 lakh Individuals depositing more than Rs 1 crore in a current account in a year Individuals spending more than Rs 1 lakh on electricity in a year Individuals spending more than Rs 2 lakh on foreign travel in a year Individuals claiming a capital gain exemption (under Section 54/54F) that brings them within the exemption limit What happens if you miss filing I-T return? A hefty amount of fine is levied on individuals who miss filing ITR by the due date.
Until December 31 -- fine is Rs 5,000
Until January 1/March 31, 2020, fine is Rs 10,000
For those whose income is below Rs 5 lakh, the late fee is Rs 1,000
Important: If you fail to file an income tax return, and tax due is more than Rs 25 lakh, you can even face a seven-year jail term.
How to file Income Tax Return (ITR) online: Step 1: Individuals have to register themselves with the Income Tax Department's e-filing portal -- incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in -- using their Permanent Account Number (PAN).
Step 2: Prepare and submit return and income tax. And interest, if any, will be automatically calculated.
Step 3: After submitting the return, individuals need to verify their returns using Electronic Verification Code (EVC) or Aadhaar OTP or digital signature certificate.