5 Steps for Filing e-Return of Income Tax with No Trouble

E-Return of Income Tax is good facility which has been given by Income Tax Department to general public of India. Moreover e-return of income tax is compulsorily for companies. From 2005-2006, all companies have to file their return through electronic format. There are lots of online websites which help you to file your e-return of income tax but they take Rs. 500 to Rs. 2500 according to their service plans and expert consultation on tax Liability may be Rs. 2500 to Rs. 5000 per hour. All these things are so easy. As an accountant, you should learn all these things for filling e-return by yourself without  depending on another. Today, for your help, I am explaining its simple steps.

Before this, I want to tell about, "what is return of income tax?" for all those who did not study income tax law. According to Income tax law, it is duty of every individual and representatives of non-individual entities to fill the form of income tax for paying the income tax on the total income earned in previous year. This ITR form is filed  in assessment year. Your duty is to file the return if your total income is more than the exempted limit of total income. But every company has to file return of income tax because they have to pay income tax with flat rate of 30% (for Indian companies) and 40% (for private companies).E-return of income tax means electronic file of return of income tax. ITR1, ITR2, ITR3, ITR4, ITR4S,  ITR-6 is the form which different assesses have  to fill in electronic media.

5 Simple Steps for filling e-return of Income Tax 

1st Step: Register yourself at Directorate of Income Tax's Official Website

In first step, you have to register yourself in official site of Income Tax that is DIT. Just write e-return of income in Google and go to https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in site. This website is the income tax of Govt. Above, you can see login. Click it and just below the login, you see registration. After this, it demands PAN card from you. Write PAN Card and click it. A registration form will open. You have to write your password, confirm it. Fill your name, middle name and sir name in it and other information, you have to fill in it. After this, you have to click on registration button. After this, you will receive confirmation email. Just like, I have received one from DIT. You have to confirm by click the link in this email. Now, you have to use your pan card as user id and fill your password for going to your own account in DIT.

2nd Step: Logging in and Download the software tools from the download section

You have to download excel file utility software. If you are individual assessee, you have to download ITR 1 (You may also download other, according to your need). After this, you should save it. 

3rd Step: Fill Relevant Information in ITR Form of Software

In third step, you have to open your e drive and open excel utility file. Now, you have to fill your Indian income tax return. Fill all detail in it. You have to also fill your tds detail in second worksheet form and in third worksheet form, you have to fill your paid tax detail. It may be advance tax, tds or self assessment tax. After this, you have to generate XML file of this.

4th Step: Upload XML format of Software on Directorate of Income Tax’s Website

 In fourth step, you have to upload this XML file in DIT website. For this, just click the left side button submit return and choose a.y 11-12. Browse your XML file and select XML file from hard drive and upload it by click upload button.

5th Step: Get and Printout Provisional Acknowledgment

After this you will get provision acknowledgment. For future reference with local IT office, you can printout this provisional acknowledgment.







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Accounting Education: 5 Steps for Filing e-Return of Income Tax with No Trouble
5 Steps for Filing e-Return of Income Tax with No Trouble
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