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ITR filing for FY 2019-20 | ITR filing last date fast approaching, here’s a list of essential documents to finalise tax return


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New Delhi: Revenue tax return submitting final date, January 10, is quick approaching. Submitting an earnings tax return (ITR) is without doubt one of the most necessary monetary duties for assessees. For taxpayers, particularly for first-time filers, the method will be complicated because it entails plenty of paperwork associated to a taxpayer’s funds. 

The federal government sometimes offers 4 months window interval to taxpayers whereby they’ll compile all of the paperwork required to file the return with out an error. Nonetheless, the window has been bigger this yr because the deadline for submitting ITR for FY19-20 has been prolonged a number of instances. 

This is a misplaced of paperwork wanted to file ITR: 

Type 16: For salaried people, Type 16 is an important doc for submitting the ITR. This doc is issued by the employer to its workers. It’s a obligatory doc and each employer is liable to challenge Type 16 to all its workers from whom earnings tax has deducted from their salaries. It’s a tax deducted at supply (TDS) certificates and carries the main points of the wage paid to the worker and their TDS.

Type 16 is that it consists of two components – Half A and B. Half A is the portion that consists of the earnings tax deducted by the employer within the monetary yr. Individually, it has the Everlasting Account Quantity (PAN) particulars of the worker and the Tax Deduction Account Quantity (TAN) of the employer. Half B of Type 16 contains the break-up info of the worker’s gross wage.

Type 26AS: Revenue Tax Division generates an annual consolidated tax assertion which is called ‘Type 26AS’. Utilizing PAN, all taxpayers can simply entry it from the income-tax web site. It accommodates the quantity of the TDS of the salaried class and taxes paid through the monetary yr (in case of self-employed or businessmen).

Taxpayers can seek advice from their Type 26AS and tally it with their Type 16 for the quantity of taxes they paid to the treasury of the central authorities whereas submitting the ITR. Improved ‘Type 26AS’ launched by the federal government carries particulars in varied classes of a person’s monetary transactions specified within the Assertion of Monetary Transactions (SFTs).

Certificates associated to curiosity earnings: Apart from the earnings from wage, a person will get earnings from varied curiosity investments resembling financial savings account deposits and stuck deposits from banks and publish workplace. These monetary establishments present curiosity certificates/financial institution statements to their depositors for a similar. A person can declare deduction below part 80TTA of the Revenue Tax Act as much as Rs 10,000 on the curiosity earned from their financial savings account held with a financial institution/publish workplace.

Tax Saving Investments:

  • For individuals who couldn’t submit their tax-saving investments to their employers through the said interval within the earlier monetary yr, they are going to now must submit the proof of the identical on to the Revenue Tax (I-T) Division for claiming tax deductions. These embrace receipt of life insurance coverage (LIC) premium paid, receipt of medical insurance coverage, Public Provident Fund (PPF) passbook, 5-year FD receipts, mutual funds funding (ELSS), house mortgage reimbursement certificates/assertion, donation paid receipt, tuition payment paid receipt, and so on.
  • Medical insurance coverage: Below Part 80D of the I-T Act, you’ll be able to declare as much as Rs 25,000 for cost of medical insurance premiums. These insurance coverage insurance policies could possibly be for your self, your partner, or your youngsters. Within the case of senior residents, the restrict is Rs 50,000. You possibly can declare a further deduction below the Part in case you are paying premiums on your dad and mom. The restrict is Rs 25,000 in case your dad and mom are lower than 60 years of age. In case your dad and mom are over the age of 60, you’ll be able to declare a most of Rs 50,000 per yr.
  • Different investments:  Curiosity paid on housing mortgage: Curiosity on housing mortgage is eligible for tax saving. That is for a self-occupied home. Schooling mortgage curiosity cost can be eligible for deduction and also you want paperwork for that as properly.

Value including right here is that a number of days forward of the final date for submitting Revenue Tax Return (ITR), the Revenue Tax division launched the ‘Jhatpat processing’ characteristic for seamless ITR submitting course of. The characteristic has already been introduced for ITR-1 and ITR-4 varieties and taxpayers can entry the identical for I-T returns for monetary yr 2019-20 or AY 2020-21 by visiting the e-filing website- incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in.

The characteristic will be accessed solely by these assessees who’ve their ITRs are verified and financial institution accounts pre-validated. To be able to avail the characteristic, it will be important that there are not any pending arrears or earnings discrepancies. There ought to be no mismatch in TDS or challan both.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) earlier prolonged the final date for submitting ITR for earnings earned in FY 2019-20 (Assessement 12 months 2020-21) to December 31, 2020 in view of the pandemic. Normally, the taxpayers are presupposed to file ITR by July 31 however an exception was made because of the pandemic which led to ITR submitting final date being January 10,2021. So, if you happen to’re operating late, you continue to have a couple of extra days to kind it out.

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