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What is ITR and Income tax?

The ITR fulform is Income Tax Return ,Income tax is a compulsory tax levied by the government on the income of individuals and businesses. The income tax rate in India varies depending on the taxpayer’s income and filing status. For individuals, the income tax rate ranges from 5% to 30%. For businesses, the income tax rate ranges from 25% to 35%.

An income tax return (ITR) is a document that taxpayers are required to file with the Income Tax Department (ITD) every year. The ITR provides information about the taxpayer’s income, deductions, and tax liability. The ITR form that a taxpayer must file depends on their income and filing status.

Documents Required to File Income Tax Return

For salaried employees

  • PAN Card

    PAN card of the proprietor

  • Form 16

    Form 16 issued by your employer

  • Form 26AS

    Statement of tax deducted at source

  • Salary slips

    Very essential for e-filing of ITR

  • bank account

    Bank statement / passbook

    Bank statement/passbook of the employee

  • Annual Information Statement

    Annual Information Statement (AIS)

  • Other Document

    Any other documents pertaining to your income and deductions

For self-employed / Entrepreneur

  • PAN Card

    PAN card of the business Owner

  • Business registration certificate

    Aadhaar card of the designated partner

  • Trading Report

    Partnership Deed of the registered firm

  • bank account

    Bank account details

    Details of the Bank Account

  • Profit and loss Statement

    Passport-sized photograph of the designated partner

  • Other Document

    Any other documents pertaining to your income and deductions

  • Tax Invoices and receipts

    Passport-sized photograph of the designated partner

Additional documents required to file ITR

βœ” Investment proofs (such as PPF, ELSS, NSC, LIC, etc.)

βœ” Asset purchase/sale documents

βœ” TDS certificates provided by banks

βœ” Interest income statement

βœ” Receipts regarding donations, medical expenses, etc.

βœ” It is important to keep all of these documents safely for at least 6 years, as you may need them to support your ITR filing in case of an audit by the Income Tax Department.

Note:- AboveΒ listed are the Information and documents required for ITR filing.

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Income Tax Rate Slab

INCOME TAX SLAB TAX RATE
Up to Rs.3 lakh
Nil
Above Rs.3 lakh - Rs.6 lakh
5% of the amount above Rs. 3,00,000
Above Rs.6 lakh - Rs.9 lakh
Rs. 15,000 + 10% of the amount above Rs. 6,00,000
Above Rs.9 lakh - Rs.12 lakh
Rs. 45,000 + 15% of the amount above Rs. 9,00,000
Above Rs.12 lakh - Rs.15 lakh
Rs. 90,000 + 20% of the amount above Rs. 12,00,000
Above Rs.15 lakh
Rs. 150,000 + 30% of the amount above Rs. 15,00,000

Income Tax Slabs for people between 60 to 80 years

TAXABLE INCOME TAX RATE
Up to Rs. 3 lakhs
Nil
Rs. 3 lakhs - Rs. 5 lakhs
5% of the amount above Rs. 3 lakhs
Rs. 5 lakhs - Rs. 10 lakhs
20% of the amount above Rs. 5 lakhs
Above Rs. 10 lakhs
30% of the amount above Rs. 10 lakhs

Income Tax Slab for senior citizens, (who are above 80 Years of age)

TAXABLE INCOME TAX RATE
Up to Rs. 5 lakhs
Nil
Rs. 5 lakhs - Rs. 10 lakhs
20% of the amount above Rs. 5 lakhs
Above Rs. 10 lakhs
30% of the amount above Rs. 10 lakhs

Tax Slabs for Domestic Companies

PARTICULAR OLD TAX RATE NEW TAX RATE
Company that opts for section 115BAB and is registered on or after October 1, 2019 and has started its operations since 31st March 2023
Nil
15%
Company opting for Section 115BAA. Their income is calculated without any deductions.
30%
22%
Company opts for section 115BA registered on or after March 1, 2016, and manufactures any article without deduction.
30%
25%
Where a company’s Turnover is less than Rs. 400 crores in the previous year
25%
25%
Any Domestic Company other than the above.
30%
30%

Tax Rates for Individuals and HUFs under the New Tax Framework

TAXABLE INCOME OLD TAX RATE NEW TAX RATE
Up to Rs. 2,50,000
Nil
Nil
Rs. 2,50,000 - Rs. 3,00,000
5%
Nil
Rs. 3,00,000 - Rs. 5,00,000
5%
5%
Rs. 5,00,000 - Rs. 6,00,000
10%
5%
Rs. 6,00,000 - Rs. 7,50,000
10%
10%
Rs. 7,50,000 - Rs. 9,00,000
15%
10%
Rs. 9,00,000 - Rs. 10,00,000
15%
15%
Rs. 10,00,000 - Rs. 12,00,000
20%
15%
Rs. 12,00,000 - Rs. 12,50,000
20%
20%
Rs. 12,50,000 - Rs. 15,00,000
25%
20%
Above Rs. 15,00,000
30%
30%

How to file Income Tax return?

There are two ways showing how to file income tax return online for salaried employee:-

βœ” Online: You can pay your income tax online through the Income Tax Department’s e-filing portal.

βœ” Offline: You can pay your income tax offline by submitting a challan to the bank or post office.

To pay your income tax online, you will need to create an account on the Income Tax Department’s e-filing portal and provide your PAN number, Aadhaar number, and other details. You can then select the appropriate ITR form and fill out the details of your income and expenses. Once you have submitted your return, you can make the payment online using a debit card, credit card, or net banking

To pay your income tax offline, you will need to download a challan from the Income Tax Department’s website and fill out the details of your income and expenses. You can then submit the challan to the bank or post office along with the required amount of money.

Note:-The deadline for filing income tax returns in India is usually in July. However, it is advisable to start filing your return early to avoid last-minute rush.

What Are Some Strategies to Save Income Tax?

βœ” Interest earned on savings accounts: Up to Rs. 10,000 of interest earned on savings accounts is tax-free.

βœ” Interest received through NRE accounts: Interest earned on NRE accounts is also tax-free.

βœ” Money received from life insurance policies: The maturity amount or bonus from life insurance policies is tax-free, as long as the premium paid was below a certain threshold.

βœ” Scholarships for education: Scholarships for education are also tax-free.

βœ” Long-term capital gains (LTCG) from equity mutual funds or shares: Long-term capital gains (LTCG) from equity mutual funds or shares are tax-free, as long as the shares or mutual funds have been held for more than one year.

βœ” Wedding gifts: Wedding gifts from direct relatives are tax-free. Wedding gifts from friends or unrelated individuals are tax-free up to Rs. 50,000.

βœ” Income from agriculture: Income from agriculture is tax-free.

βœ” Amount received through inheritance: Amount received through inheritance is tax-free.

βœ” Contributions to the National Pension Scheme (NPS): Contributions to the National Pension Scheme (NPS) are eligible for a tax deduction of up to Rs. 1,50,000.

βœ” Interest earned on provident funds: Interest earned on provident funds is tax-free.

βœ” Interest paid on education loans: Interest paid on education loans is tax-deductible.

βœ” Health insurance premiums: Health insurance premiums are tax-deductible up to a certain limit.

βœ” Expenses for treating disabled dependents: Expenses for treating disabled dependents are tax-deductible up to a certain limit.

βœ” Expenses for treating specific diseases: Expenses for treating specific diseases are tax-deductible up to a certain limit.

βœ” Donations to charity: Donations to charity are eligible for a tax deduction.

βœ” Money spent on donations to political parties: Money spent on donations to political parties is eligible for a tax deduction.

βœ” Tax savings for business owners: Business owners can claim travel expenses as a part of business costs.

What are different Types of ITR filing forms ?

There are different types of ITR forms available, each of which is designed for a specific type of taxpayer. The most common ITR forms are:

βœ” ITR-1: For individuals with a total income of up to Rs. 5 lakh

βœ” ITR-2: For individuals with a total income of more than Rs. 5 lakh

βœ” ITR-3: For individuals who are engaged in business or profession

βœ” ITR-4: For Hindu Undivided Families (HUFs)

βœ” ITR-5: For companies

How to file income tax return online?

Enlisted procedure will lead you to step-by-step process on how to fill ITR online .

Go to the Income Tax e-filing website at https://www.incometaxindia.gov.in/.

Click on the “Login” button.

If you are a first-time user, click on the “Register” button.

Enter your PAN details and click on “Validate”.

Provide your personal details like name, address, gender, etc

Provide your e-mail ID and registered mobile number.

Click on “Continue”.

Select the “Assessment Year” as 2023-24.

Select the “ITR Form” that you need to file.

Enter the details asked in the ITR form.

Verify the details carefully before submitting the ITR.

You can choose to e-verify your ITR using Aadhaar OTP, e-Sign, or by sending a physical copy of the ITR to CPC.

Once your ITR is submitted, you will receive a confirmation message.

Who needs to file ITR?

βœ” Salaried individuals with gross income exceeding the exemption limit: File an ITR if your income is above the exemption limit.

βœ” Every firm, regardless of profit or loss: File an ITR even if your firm makes no profit.

βœ” Individuals who are directors or partners in a company or LLP: File an ITR even if you do not receive any income from the firm.

βœ” Individuals who earn dividends, interest, or other sources: File an ITR if you earn any income from these sources.

βœ” Individuals who receive income through charity or religious trusts: File an ITR if you receive any income through these channels.

βœ” Individuals and businesses seeking tax refunds: File an ITR if you believe you are entitled to a tax refund.

βœ” NRIs and tech professionals: File an ITR if you are an NRI or tech professional under certain circumstances.

Penalty for late filing of income tax return

       Late filing penalty

βœ” You may have to pay a penalty of up to Rs. 5,000 for late filing of your income tax return, if your annual income is more than Rs. 5 lakh. The penalty may go up to Rs. 10,000 if you file your return after the deadline.

βœ” The late filing penalty is calculated on a per day basis, starting from the day after the due date for filing the return.

βœ” The maximum late filing penalty that you can be charged is Rs. 5,000 for returns that are filed within three months of the due date, and Rs. 10,000 for returns that are filed after three months of the due date.

Β  Β  Interest on unpaid tax

βœ” Β You may also have to pay interest on any unpaid tax due, at the rate of 1% per month or part of a month.

βœ” Interest is calculated on the unpaid tax amount from the due date for filing the return until the date the tax is paid.

βœ” The interest rate is compounded monthly, which means that the interest you owe will increase over time.

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βœ” If you fail to file your TCS or TDS statements within the due date, you may have to pay a penalty of Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 1,00,000, in addition to the penalty for late filing of your income tax return.

βœ” TCS and TDS are taxes that are collected by businesses from their customers or employees. Businesses are required to file TCS and TDS statements with the government on a regular basis.

βœ” If a business fails to file its TCS or TDS statements within the due date, it may be liable for a penalty under Section 271H of the Income Tax Act.

Benefits of Income Tax Return Filing

01.

Maximize your tax savings

By filing your ITR on time, you can claim all eligible deductions and exemptions, which can significantly reduce your tax liability. For example, you may be able to deduct your medical expenses, home loan interest, or charitable donations.

02.

Helps build financial credibility

Filing your ITR regularly shows that you are a responsible taxpayer. This can be helpful when applying for loans, credit cards, or other financial products. It can also help you get a better job or a higher salary.

03.

Avoid penalties

The Income Tax Department levies penalties for late or incorrect filing of ITRs. These penalties can be steep, so it is important to file your ITR on time and accurately.

04.

Track your financial progress

Filing your ITR can help you track your income, expenses, and investments. This information can be helpful in making financial decisions, such as budgeting, saving, and investing.

05.

Expedite visa processing

Some countries require that you have a history of filing ITRs in order to be granted a visa. Filing your ITRs regularly can help you get a visa more quickly and easily.

Last date for filing Income Tax Return in India

The income tax return due date for the financial year 2023-2024 (assessment year 2024-2025) without incurring a late fee is 31st July 2024.

The financial year 2023-2024 runs from 1st April 2023 to 31st March 2024. The assessment year is the year in which the Income Tax Department assesses your income and taxes you accordingly. In this case, the assessment year for the financial year 2023-2024 is 2024-2025.

So, if you earned income during the financial year 2023-2024, you must file your ITR by 31st July 2024 to avoid paying a late fee.

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