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Income Tax Return Filing 2023

Easily file your Income Tax Returns (ITR) online in India from the comfort of your home. Our 100% online CA-assisted ITR Filing service in India makes the process hassle-free. It is mandatory to file taxes within the due date, but with our assistance, you can stay compliant. Whether you are an individual or a business, we can assist you with your ITR. Get in touch with us today.


Income Tax Return Filing

ITR filing is an annual obligation that applies to all types of taxpayers, including Companies, Partnerships, and Individuals. The way income is taxed varies depending on the type of taxpayer. We have designed straightforward packages for filing income tax returns, making the process easy to comprehend. It's important to note that we provide genuine CA Assisted ITR Filing Services.

How it works

  1. Contact us here and provide basic details such as PAN Card, Aadhar Card, etc
  2. Speak with our Tax specialist about your case details
  3. Send us the documents via WhatsApp or email
  4. Our Tax expert will prepare your Income Tax Return and Tax Computation and share the draft for your review
  5. You approve the draft and we go ahead and eFile your ITR
  6. e - Verify your ITR and complete the process of tax filing
  7. We will then share the copy of Filed Income Tax Return with you

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List of Required Documents

You only need to provide only those documents which are applicable to you. No original documents are required to attach in tax returns for Financial Year 2022-23.

  1. Income from Salary (if applicable) - Form(s) 16, 16A, 16AA / Salary Certificate(s) issued by the Employer(s) for the Financial Year 1st April 2022 - 31st March 2023.
  2. Income from House Property (if applicable) - Rent receipts, interest certificates for home loans (if any).
  3. Income from Business and Profession (if applicable) - Bank Statements, Books of accounts (if maintained), Balance sheet and Profit Loss accounts if the company is a sole proprietorship.
  4. Income from Capital Gains (if applicable) - Sale proceed details of assets resulting in capital gains or losses within the FY 2022-23. This also includes transactions done in stocks and equity markets. Crypto Transactions from India and International Exchanges. Transactions from Crypto Wallets or Wallet Addresses so that we can pull the transactions on our end. 
  5. Income from Other Sources (if applicable) - Interest Certificates from investments or any other transactions.
  6. Income from Family (if applicable) - If you have any investments done by you on behalf of your dependent family members and any income arises from those would be taken in your account.
  7. Tax Deductions - Any investments or donations or transactions done for deductions under sec 80 like insurance policy, deposits in PPF, ELSS, Infrastructure Bonds purchase receipts etc.
  8. TDS/ Advance Tax challans (if paid) to avail tax refund
  9. Photocopy of PAN Card (MANDATORY)
  10. Income Tax Portal Login Details (MANDATORY)
  11. Last year's Acknowledgement copy of Income Tax Returns

Due Date Of Filing of ITR for Financial Year 2022-23




30 Sep 2023

30 Sep 2023


Limited Liability Partnership

31 Jul 2023

30 Sep 2023



31 Jul 2023

30 Sep 2023



31 Jul 2023

30 Sep 2023



31 Jul 2023

30 Sep 2023


What does self assessment mean?

Income tax return filing is a process of self-assessment where taxpayers need to calculate their taxable income earned during the previous year and the corresponding income tax payable. Prior to filing the return, the tax owed must be settled. This can be done online or by depositing a cheque or cash via Challan 280 at a bank.

Can I do Late Filing of Income Tax Return?

In case a taxpayer misses the deadline for filing their income tax return, they can still submit it as a "belated income tax return" within the last date of the assessment year. However, any losses or accumulated depreciation cannot be carried forward, and it's important to note that a belated return cannot be revised in case of errors.

What is the Penalty For Not Filing The ITR?

Under section 139 of the Income Tax Act, 1961, filing an ITR is a mandatory requirement, and failure to do so can result in a penalty of up to Rs. 5,000/-. This penalty is in addition to any interest or other consequences that may arise due to non-payment of tax. However, if a taxpayer can demonstrate a valid reason to the satisfaction of the Income Tax Officer (ITO), the penalty may be waived off or reduced.

How can I file the ITR by myself?



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