Income Tax Return Filling Services


If saving taxes is a cause for concern, filing tax returns is an equally worrying thing for most taxpayers. Thanks to the complex system of tax filing, with its various forms and exclusions that invariably change every financial year, taxpayers are left in the lurch!


WHAT IS OUR ROLE?

We help our clients in preparing and filing Income tax returns, be it an individual, HUF, Partnership Firm Trust, Association of Person or Company.


SIMPLE READY RECOKENER FOR INDIVIDUAL

Identifying your income sources

Identify the various sources from where you get your income. The monthly salary is the source of income for the employed, while it is the income from business or profession the source for the self-employed. Other taxable sources of income include the income that you receive from your house or property on rent or lease, capital gains like income from shares, and income from other sources. You need to have related documents for these various source of income to calculate your tax.


Calculating gross income

The next step is to calculate the gross income. This is done by placing the figures under each of the income heads.


Computing deductions

You must add up all your Section 80C and non-80C deductions of Income Tax Act. There are online and offline help resources available in computing this.


Calculating tax payable

Reduce the total deductions from the gross total income to arrive at the actual amount on which the tax is to be paid. The income from house property and capital gains are taxable. Also, tax deducted at source (TDS) if any should be subtracted from your total tax liability.


Finding out tax rate

The final taxable income figures will further differ for a woman, a senior citizen or others. For individual tax payers, no tax for income below Rs 1.6 lakh (Rs 160,000). Women tax payers have no tax for income below Rs 1.9 lakh (Rs 190,000). Senior citizens do not have to pay tax if their income is below Rs 2.40 lakh (Rs 240,000).


Filing the correct ITR form

This depends on your source of income. ITR-1 is the form to be filled in by individuals having income from salary or pension and income in the form of interest. ITR-2 is the form should be filled in by persons who in addition to the above list of income sources also receive income from capital gains, income from house or property and income from other sources. All self-employed individuals making income from business or profession should fill in the ITR-4 form.


Filing the tax return

This can be done offline and online. Online payment of taxes can be done through e-filing website, and through internet banking. Offline payment modes can be direct submission of ITR form at the income tax office or through a chartered accountant.