Deadline For Filing Income Tax Return (ITR) Is Just 11 Days Away: 10 Latest Details To Know

The income tax department has cautioned the tax payers to avoid the last minute rush
The income tax department has cautioned the tax payers to avoid the last minute rush
  1. The Income Tax (I-T) Department categorically mentions on its website that the income, exemptions and other deductions that will be claimed now in the return must not deviate from the details mentioned in the form 16/ form 16A.
  2. The income tax (I-T) department cautions that the income tax payers should not resort to the last minute rush and they must file their income tax (I-T) returns as soon as possible, before these two weeks expire.
  3. You can file income tax return on the department website but make sure that you have your form 16. You don't need to go anywhere or approach anyone to do the job for you.
  4. For filing the income tax return, you must give your user ID and password to be able to open your income tax (I-T) filing web page on the department website.
  5. You can submit the taxable income details, and the exemptions that you claim to be able to ascertain the income tax (I-T) liability. (Also read: Advance income tax payment: Last date, details, mode of payment)
  6. Once you submit the income details, the system will tell you the tax liability (if any) or the income tax return (if any), as the case may be.
  7. Please be informed that the income tax department website also allows you to calculate your income tax (I-T), to update PAN (permanent account number), to link aadhaar with your PAN, among other things.
  8. You should check the form 26AS to ascertain your total income (on which tax has been paid). The form 26AS also carries the names of deductors (who have deducted TDA and deposited the tax with the department) and their tax deduction account numbers.
  9. If you have any income generated in form of rental income from a property you own, you should make sure that you calculate tax by adding that income as well.
  10. All the incomes that accrued in the respective financial years on account of interest income from a bank if it exceeds Rs 10,000 is also taxable.