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Saturday, June 14, 2014

Is electronic Filing of Income Tax Return Mandatory?


Is it mandatory to do electronic filing of Income Tax Returns? Or, can you continue to file returns in the manual format?..Read on...

The process of electronically filing Income tax returns through the internet is known as e-Filing.
You need to check on the following criteria to ascertain the fact 
Any assessee having total income of Rs.  5 Lakhs and above from AY 2013-14 and subsequent Assessment Years, has to mandatorily use e-filing as an option to file IT Returns.

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6 comments:

  1. Could you please clarify this? Do NRI has to show his foreign income while filing ITR for his income earned in India? Thanks.

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    1. Dear Raju
      As a NRI, rental income earned and received abroad is not taxable in India and you don't have to report it in the India income-tax return.
      Regards
      Manoj

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    2. Thank you very much, but the income earned abroad is not rental income but salary income and sent to NRE account in India. Do this to be reported in the ITR form under exempted income?

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    3. Yes Raju, I actually meant any income (and not only rental income)
      Regards
      Manoj

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  2. Thank you very much. That clarifies my doubt. A few C.A. in India says, it is always good to report the Foreign income in the ITR under EXEMPTED INCOME. But I am now clear that only income earned in India through FD, rental income etc.. to be reported in ITR. Thanks.

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    1. "Income" word in ITR means Income earned in India. So, Exempted Income is the exempted income earned in India. There is absolutely no need to report your foreign Income.

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