Need Tally
for Clients?

Contact Us! Here

  Tally Auditor

License (Renewal)
  Tally Gold

License Renewal

  Tally Silver

License Renewal
  Tally Silver

New Licence
  Tally Gold

New Licence
 
Open DEMAT Account with in 24 Hrs and start investing now!
« Top Headlines »
Open DEMAT Account in 24 hrs
 ITR filing 2023-24: How to optimise Section 80D deductions at the time of filing tax returns
 ITR filing 2023-24: Top 7 mistakes to avoid for hassle-free income-tax return filing this year
 Income tax returns for FY 2023-24: Keep these 8 tax law changes in mind while filing ITR this year
 ITR Filing 2024: Know who can and cannot file income tax returns using ITR-1 this year
 Income Tax Filing: 10 necessary guidelines that you must be aware of
 Why you should file your income tax returns before July 31
 What is Form 26AS? How to download Form 26AS to file Income Tax Return (ITR)
 Income Tax Return: What are the alternatives to Form 16 that can be used while filing ITR?
 What should you do if your Form 16 data doesn't match your ITR prefilled form?
 Check your Form 26AS, AIS carefully for error-free income tax return filing
 10 ITR filing mistakes which can cost taxpayers dearly

CBDT norms to address taxpayers` grievances
October, 27th 2006
The government today laid down norms for dealing with taxpayers’ grievances in the event of their returns statement being taken up for scrutiny by the income-tax department. According to guidelines issued by the Central Board of Direct Taxes, personal attendance would not be essential if the information and supporting evidence received in response to the scrutiny notice was sufficient. All cases selected for scrutiny on the basis of annual information returns (AIR) filed during a month will be displayed by the 15th of the following month, an official release stated. The queries made on the basis of information contained in AIR will be specific. Also, the scrutiny notice will have to mention that a written reply, along with supporting documentary evidence, will be sufficient compliance with the notice. Chief commissioners and commissioners will fix a reasonable period everyday to hear grievances of such tax payers without prior appointment. The senior tax officials could also hold open house meetings in this regard. Taxpayers who wish to file their grievance in writing would be able to drop their complaints in drop boxes, the release said adding that steps would be taken to redress such written grievances expeditiously.
Home | About Us | Terms and Conditions | Contact Us
Copyright 2024 CAinINDIA All Right Reserved.
Designed and Developed by Ritz Consulting