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India's Income Tax Laws are framed by the Government The Government imposes a tax on taxable income of all persons who are individuals, Hindu Undivided Families (HUF's), companies, firms, LLP, association of persons, body of individuals, local authority and any other artificial juridical person. According to these laws, levy of tax on a person depends upon his residential status. Every individual who qualifies as a resident of India is required to pay tax on his or her global income. Every financial year, taxpayers have to follow certain rules while filing their Income Tax Returns (ITRs)

An Income tax return (ITR) is a form used to file information about your income and tax to the Income Tax Department. The tax liability of a taxpayer is calculated based on his or her income. In case the return shows that excess tax has been paid during a year, then the individual will be eligible to receive a income tax refund from the Income Tax Department.As per the income tax laws, the return must be filed every year by an individual or business that earns any income during a financial year. The income could be in the form of a salary, business profits, income from house property or earned through dividends, capital gains, interests or other sources.Tax returns have to be filed by an individual or a business before a specified date. If a taxpayer fails to abide by the deadline, he or she has to pay a penalty. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

Reasons to file an income tax return:-

Which ITR Form should you fill?

Individuals residing in India with a total income of up to Rs 50 lakh are eligible. ITR-1 may be filed by someone who earns money from a job, a home, or other outlets. An NRI is unable to file an ITR-1. ITRs may be filed using Form 16 by salaried taxpayers.

Individuals and HUF for revenue from sources other than their enterprise or occupation. Individuals and NRIs who earn money from a job, a home, capital gains, or other sources may file Form ITR-2. ITR-2 may be filed by salaried people who have made profits or damages from stock purchases and sales.

Individuals are required to disclose their earnings from a company or occupation. Salaried people who earn money from the intraday stock exchange or futures and options trading should file Form ITR-3. Individuals may use ITR-3 to record revenue from jobs, real estate, capital gains, company or trade (including presumptive income), and other sources.

Individuals, HUFs, and partnership companies are subject to a presumptive taxation system on their earnings. ITR-4 is used to report revenue from a company with a turnover of up to Rs 2 crore that is subject to section 44AD taxation. In addition, ITR-4 is for revenue from an occupation with a turnover of up to Rs 50 lakh that is subject to section 44ADA taxation. ITR-4 may be filed by a freelancer who works in a notified occupation.

LLP, AOP, and BOI are both acronyms for alliance companies. LLPs, partnership companies, AOPs, and BOIs will file ITR-5s to disclose profits from their businesses and professions, as well as some other sources of income.

What precautions should be taken while filing ITR?

Never file your return hurriedly at the last hour: Filing your return at the last minute is troublesome. Instead, file your return at least a month or so ahead of the due date which mostly happens to be 31st of July every year, unless the government extends the date. Filing your returns at the last minute increases your chances of making mistakes and you may get notice from the tax authorities

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Documents required to fill ITR:-

  • Aadhar
  • PAN
  • Bank Account Details
  • If any Loan exists, then give details about Loan
  • For Deduction, give details of LIC, Education fees, Donations etc
  • If Salaried Person then give details of Form 16