New software for filing digitally signed I-T returns

New software for filing digitally signed I-T returns

Taxpayers had recently reported that they faced issues in using the Digital Signature Certificate at the time of uploading their Income Tax Returns.

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'Adopt uniform procedures for non-filers of I-T returns'

With an aim to check tax evasion, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has tightened norms to deal with 'no-filers' of income tax returns and asked its officers to follow uniform procedure in handling such cases.

Delhi businessman fails to pay IT return, gets jail term

Tax evasion is rising by the day and should be curbed with a firm hand, a Delhi court has said, sentencing a businessman to a year in jail for not filing income tax return for two years.

Salary earners upto Rs 5 lakh need to file I-T return: CBDT

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) had exempted salaried employees having total income of upto Rs 5 lakh including income from other sources upto Rs 10,000 from the requirement of filing income tax return for assessment year 2011-12 and 2012-13, respectively.

Govt exempts non-residents, pvt trusts from filing e-returns

The government Tuesday exempted non-residents and private discretionary trusts from mandatory filing of income tax returns electronically.

Govt extends e-filing date for income tax returns to Aug 31

This has been done in respect of assessees who are liable to file income tax returns by July 31, it said.

Now, call an expert home for filing IT return

The government Tuesday announced a new scheme under which any tax payer can seek online help or call an expert home for a nominal fee to help file income tax returns.

I-T returns not required for salary upto Rs 5L/year

Salaried employees earning up to Rs 5 lakh a year will not be required to file income tax returns from this year,says a Finance Ministry notification.

SC Registry at no fault in denying IT return of judges: CIC

The Central Information
Commission has dismissed an RTI plea seeking details of
income-tax returns filed by the judges of the Supreme Court,
saying the apex court would not be "holding these details".