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    Form ITR 1

    A Resident Individual having Income less than Rs 50 Lakh, From

    • Salary/Pension
    • One House Property
    • Other Sources (Excluding winning from lottery and income from Race Horses)
    Form ITR 2

    Any individual or a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

    • All Income from ITR 1, if it is more than Rs 50 Lakh or
    • All Income from ITR 1, having
    • More than one House Property
    • Capital Gains
    • Foreign Income / Holding Foreign Assets
    • Holding Equity Shares of Private Company
    • Holding Directorship in a Company
    Form ITR 3

    Any individual or a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF), having Income

    • All Income of ITR 2
    • Under the head “Business or Profession
    • Maintains Full Books of Accounts
    Form ITR 4

    Any individual (Being Resident), Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) or Firm

    • All Income of ITR 1
    • Income from Business / Profession Computed under Presumptive Taxation Scheme
    Form ITR 5

    Who can File ITR 5?

    • Firms,
    • LLPs,
    • AOPs / BOIs,
    • Artificial Juridical Person Estate of deceased,
    • Estate of Insolvent,
    • Business Trust and Investment Fund.
    Form ITR 6

    Who can File ITR 6?

    • For Companies Other Than Companies Claiming Exemption Under Section 11 of the Income Tax Act, 1961
    Form ITR 7

    ITR 7 is filed by

    • Any person holding property under Trust/Society or for Charitable or Religious Purposes
    • Business Trust
    • Section 8 Company
    • Political Party

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    What is Income Tax Return?

    Income Tax Return is a Form in which taxpayer discloses his total income earned during a Financial Year and the tax to be paid thereon, to the Income Tax Department. The Tax Liability of the taxpayer is calculated on the basis of his total income.

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    Who is required to file ITR?

    Every Person whose income exceeds the prescribed limit is required to file ITR. Person includes Individual, HUF, Partnership Firm, LLP, Companies, Association of Persons, Body of Individuals, Local Authorities or any other juridical person.

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    What are the benefits of filing ITR?
    • Nation Building
    • Avoid Penalties
    • Carry Forward losses to subsequent year
    • Avail Deductions

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    What are the documents required for filing ITR?
    • Form 16 (A/B/C/D)
    • Latest Bank Statement
    • Form 26 AS
    • Bank Account Details
    • Deduction Certificate (if any)
    • Login User ID & Password (Income Tax e-filing Portal)

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    What is the due-date for filing ITR?



    Filing of ITR in Non- Audit cases (Individuals/HUF/Partnership Firm)

    31st July

    Furnishing Audit Report

    30th September

    Filing of ITR in Audit Cases

    31st October

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    What are the implications of not filing ITR?

    If any person who is mandatorily required to file ITR fails to file it on or before due date then he shall be liable to pay penalty.

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