Steps of Filing Past Due Tax Returns!

Hence, we at Virtualaccountingandtax are here as your friend, to guide you through this complicated procedure.

  • Report Bank Accounts: It is mandatory for all taxpayers to report all of the bank accounts to the Income Tax Department. The necessary details are IFSC code, bank account number, and the type of account.
  • To Carry Forward Losses: It is important that the losses incurred (Stock Market losses) be carried forward in a timely manner. This is important because it gives the filer the advantage of making it possible to carry forward his/her loss. Thus, timely filing past due tax returns is certainly advantageous to a stock market wizard investor!
  • Reporting Foreign Assets: Even if you do not have any taxable income, you still have to report foreign assets and then tax returns should be filed on them. With all Governments tightening their noose around foreign assets, it is very important that all assets be disclosed.
  • Section 80C: This section allows for expenses and investments. It is necessary to fill your 80C cup to the brim. In simple terms, what this means is that a deduction of 1.5 lakhs can be obtained from the total taxable income using this rule! For those people filing past due tax returns, it must be noted that for the year 2017-18 the deductible amount is still 1.5 lakhs!
  • Forms to be Filled: In an online system, the correct ITR form gets selected by the online procedure automatically. In case of the Government website, what's important is to know which form is for you! If you have more than one house or have credited from shares…then you can't file the ITR1 form. However, if you have more than one house, but have not gained from shares then the ITR 2A form is for you. It has to be additionally noted that the ITR 4S is much simpler than the ITR 4 form! This is considering you have income from a business or are a freelancer.
  • Tax Relief on Arrears and Form 10E: Under section 89(1) a person filing past due tax returns can opt for tax relief if he/she has received arrears/pension(s). This is claimed under the Income Tax Act, and it is mandatory to fill the Form 10E. If taxpayers are claiming relief but have not filled 10E, they will be given a non-compliance notice.
  • E-Verification: Traditional process involved sending a signed copy of the ITR-V to CPC, Bangalore. It was a complicated and time consuming process. In today's digital age, it is possible for online checking via OTP via the Adhaar card linkage. This is the last but not the least step, and unless verified, the filing past due tax returns process may remain uncompleted!

We at Virtualaccountingandtax are telling all of you this, because we care!

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