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Income Tax Return acknowledgment
Permanent Account Number
A brief statement of taxable income
Due dates for filing IT return
Accountry recommends making use of Google Calendar to get early notification of due dates and on-time ITR filing.
July 31: A firm or individuals who are not liable for audit.
September 30: A company or other who is liable to audit.
March 31: All individuals and companies filing belated returns.
WHY START-UPS PREFER PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY AS A BUSINESS FORM?
The Private Ltd Company is one of the most preferred business legal forms by growing Indian start-ups. A private limited company can fulfill the requirement of raising funds from private investors easily; attract less tax and is a separate legal entity with perpetual succession which is restricted to other business types. Find out more.
Who should file income tax return?
- All partnership firms regardless of income.
- A university, college or other institution referred to u/s 35(1)(ii)/(iii).
- Non-resident Indians. Those covered by u/s 115AC and 115G are exempt.
- Co-operative society, company, and local authority, notwithstanding of income.
- Units/undertakings claiming deduction u/s 10A 2[or 10B], SO-lA, 80-IAB, 80-IB or 80-IC .
- Any person who has suffered a loss from a business or profession or speculative business or capital.
- Individuals, Hindu undivided families, Association of Persons/ Body of Individuals and artificial juridical persons.
- Societies and Trusts – Income gained from property held for charitable, religious purposes or receiving voluntary contribution.
- Persons who have not filed their return and have received a notice for assessment under Section 142(1) or reassessment u/s 148.
- A scientific research institution, news agency, association or institution, fund or trust or university or other educational institution or any hospital or other medical institution or trade union.
- Any person who has paid TDS or advance tax in excess of tax payable on total income, or who has paid tax but does not have taxable income.
Documents required for Income Tax Filing in India
- Bank statements
- Proof of investments
- T.D.S. Certificates in Form 16 or 16A as applicable
- Documents on purchase and sale of investments/assets
- Challan of tax paid such as advance tax or self-assessment tax
- If PAN is applied but not received, a copy of filed PAN application and its acknowledgment
- In case not applied for PAN, a PAN application form duly filled in and two passport size photographs
- For businesses – a copy each of the audit report, balance sheet, trading, profit and loss account, personal account of proprietor or partners
- Statement of receipts and payments when no regular books are maintained
- Receipts of payment of insurance premium, provident purchase of NSCs, new equity shares, mutual fund, NSS, donations, etc. to support claimed deductions