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What is ITR 6 Filing?

Income Tax Return 6, commonly referred to as ITR 6, is a specific form required for electronic filing of income tax returns by companies that are not claiming an exemption under Section 11 of the Income Tax Act 1961

It is essential to understand that companies eligible for exemption under Section 11 are those engaged in activities that generate income from property held for charitable or religious purposes. Consequently, ITR 6 is the designated form for companies that do not qualify for such exemptions.

Moreover, ITR 6 filing is a vital financial compliance requirement for companies, especially, when they are liable for an audit under Section 44AB, and its accounts have been audited by a certified accountant, it is mandatory to electronically submit details of the audit report to the tax department. 

This includes comprehensive information about the auditor, along with the date of report submission, sent electronically to ensure adherence to tax regulations.6

Documents Required to File ITR 6

✔ Monthly Purchase and Sales Records: Records of monthly purchase bills and sales bills, reflecting your business transactions.

✔ Sales Return and Purchase Return Details: Specifics about any sales and purchase returns within the financial year.

✔ Tax Paid Challans for GST: Documentation verifying tax payments made under the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime.

✔ Form 26AS: Your Form 26AS statement, which summarizes tax credits and TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) information.

✔ Day-to-Day Expenses: Detailed records of day-to-day administrative and general expenses.

✔ Rental Agreement (if applicable): A copy of the rental agreement if your business premises are rented.

✔ Fixed Assets Invoice Copy (if Applicable): Invoices or records of fixed assets purchases if applicable to your business.

✔ Investment Details: Comprehensive information on investments, including those made in cash and through bank transactions.

Proof of Source of Cash In-Flow and Out-Flow: Documentation demonstrating the source and utilization of cash in your business.

✔ Loan Details: Details of loans obtained from banks or third-party lenders, if applicable.

Outstanding Receivables and Payables: Records of outstanding payments due to and from your business associates.

✔ Company’s PAN and Two DSCs: Your company’s Permanent Account Number (PAN) and two Digital Signature Certificates (DSCs) for electronic filing.

✔ Bank Account Details: Details of the bank accounts used for business transactions, including account numbers and IFSC codes.

✔ Bank Statements: Statements from the bank accounts used for business transactions, providing a breakdown of financial activities.

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How to file ITR 6 ?

Here’s the step-by-step process for how to fill ITR 6. Check them out here:

1.Part A (and Its Subsection): Begin by filling out Part A, which includes basic information about the taxpayer. Ensure all details are accurate and complete.

2.All the Schedules: Move on to the various schedules outlined in the ITR 6 form. These schedules cover a wide range of financial information and must be meticulously filled out.

3.Part B (and Its Subsection): After completing the schedules, proceed to Part B of the form, which deals with the computation of total income and tax liability. Make sure all calculations are precise and based on the data provided in the schedules.

4.Verification: Once you’ve filled in Part B, it’s time to complete the verification section. This involves providing your authentication details.

5.E-filing: ITR 6 Form must be filed online. Ensure you have access to the Income Tax Department’s e-filing portal for electronic submission.

6.DSC Affixing: Electronically sign the form by affixing the Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) of the taxpayer. This adds a layer of security to your filing.

7.No Document Attachment: Remember that there is no need to attach any documents with the return when filing ITR 6. It is an annexure-less form, simplifying the submission process.

8.Data Tally with Form 26AS: Before finalizing your filing, ensure that the data in your ITR 6 aligns with the information in your Form 26AS. Pay particular attention to tax deductions, collections, and payments to avoid discrepancies.

Who Can File ITR 6?

Understanding ITR 6 applicability and eligibility is really important.

Applicable Companies: ITR 6 Form is designated for companies registered under the Companies Act 2013 or the earlier Companies Act 1956, irrespective of their organizational structure.

Structural Versatility: Whether your company is a private limited, public limited, or a one-person company, you can file ITR 6 with ease.

Mandatory Audit: Companies with a total sales turnover or gross receipts surpassing Rs. 1 crore in the previous financial year are obliged to have their financial accounts audited by a certified Chartered Accountant before proceeding with ITR 6 filing.

Non-eligible for ITR 6 Filing

Exemption Under Section 11: Companies whose main income sources are linked to religious or charitable organizations can seek exemption under Section 11 of the Income Tax Act.

What are ITR 6 Due Dates?

Accounts to be Audited under the Income-Tax Act

 If your company’s accounts are subject to an audit under the Income-Tax Act, the due date for ITR 6 filing is 31st October of the assessment year. This deadline allows for a comprehensive review and reporting of audited financial data.


Furnishing Report in Form No. 3CEB

If you are required to furnish a report in Form No. 3CEB, the due date for ITR 6 filing is 30th November of the assessment year. This requirement ensures the provision of specific information for tax purposes.


Benefits of ITR 6 Filing


Legal Compliance

 Ensures that your company is compliant with the Income Tax Act.


Avoid Penalties

Timely filing helps you avoid penalties and legal consequences.


Claim Deductions

Allows you to claim eligible deductions and exemptions.



Demonstrates the financial transparency of your business.

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What is the Structure of ITR 6 Return Filing Form?

Income Tax Return 6 (ITR 6) is a meticulously structured form that facilitates the reporting of income and tax information for companies. 

The ITR 6 filing is divided into two major parts, Part A and Part B, each comprising several subsections and schedules designed to capture specific details. Here’s a detailed breakdown:

Part A and Its Subsections

  • General Information: In this subsection, you are required to furnish fundamental details of the entity, including the name, PAN number, address, CIN (Corporate Identification Number), incorporation date, and more.
  • Trading Account: This sub-section focuses on income and expenditure related to the company’s trading activities.
  • Balance Sheet: Part A includes a section dedicated to the balance sheet, which outlines the company’s liabilities, current liabilities, share capital, and more.
  • Manufacturing Account: Here, you must provide figures concerning the manufacturing account, particularly information about inventory, such as opening stock, closing stock, and the cost of goods produced.
  • Profit and Loss Account: This subsection requires details of the company’s profit or loss during the relevant financial year.

Part B and Its Subsections


  • Part B-TI: Computation of Total Income
  • Part B-TTI: Computation of Tax Liability of Total Income

Schedules in ITR 6 and Their Purpose:


  • Bank Account Details: General banking information.
  • Schedule –HP: For computing income under the head “Income from House Property.”
  • Schedule –BP: For calculating income under the head “Profit and Gains from Business and Profession.”
  • Schedule –DPM: Used for calculating depreciation on plant and machinery.
  • Schedule –DOA: Provides a summary of depreciation on all assets.
  • Schedule –DCG: Calculates deemed capital gains on the sale of depreciable assets.
  • Schedule –ESR: Covers deductions under section 35, specifically expenditure on scientific research.
  • Schedule –CG: Calculates income under the head “Capital Gains.”
  • Schedule –OS: Used to calculate income from other sources.
  • Schedule –CYLA: Calculates income after setting off the current year’s loss.
  • Schedule –BFLA: Calculates income after setting off the unabsorbed loss from the previous year.
  • Schedule –CFL: Provides a statement of loss to be carried forward to future years.
  • Schedule –UD: Details unabsorbed depreciation and allowances.
  • Schedule –ICDS: Focuses on income computation disclosure standards related to profits.
  • Schedule –10AA: Covers deductions under section 10AA.
  • Schedule –80G: Details deductions under section 80G related to donations.
  • Schedule –80 GGA: Reports donations for scientific research and rural development.
  • Schedule –VIA: Provides a statement of deductions from total income under Chapter VI-A.
  • Schedule –SI: Contains details of income subject to special tax rates.
  • Schedule –PTI: Covers information on income passed through business trusts or investment funds.
  • Schedule –EI: Provides a statement of exempted incomes.
  • Schedule –MAT: Details tax payable under section 115JB (Minimum Alternate Tax).
  • Schedule –DDT: Reports tax paid on dividends (Dividend Distribution Tax).
  • Schedule –BBS: Contains details of tax-distributed income on share buybacks.
  • Schedule –ESI: Reports foreign incomes and related tax relief.
  • Schedule –IT: Provides details on advance tax paid and self-assessment tax.
  • Schedule –TDS: Details Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) on incomes other than salaries.
  • Schedule –TCS: Provides a statement of Tax Collected at Source (TCS).
  • Schedule –FSI: Reports income accruing outside India.
  • Schedule –TR: Contains details of tax relief claimed for foreign tax paid.
  • Schedule –FA: Comprehensive information on foreign assets and foreign income.
  • Schedule –SH1: Details of shareholding for unlisted companies.
  • Schedule –SH2: Provides shareholding details for start-ups.
  • Schedule –AL1: A statement of assets and liabilities at the end of the year.
  • Schedule –GST: Reports turnover for Goods and Services Tax (GST).
  • Schedule –FD: Details of payments and receipts in foreign currency.


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