File Your Income Tax Return for AY 2017-18

File Your Income Tax Return for AY 2017-18

The last date of filing Income Tax Returns for individual salaried employees is 31st July 2017 for assessment year 2017-18. The CBDT has take number of steps for hassle free e-filing of Income Tax Return in this year. In case of individual assessee the e-filing of return is so simple that they can file their own Income Tax return FREE OF COST by using income tax department utility available at website For this purpose income tax department made available following step to step guide to file income tax returns:

How to self e-file Income Tax return at incometaxindiaefiling website

Important points to be kept in mind during e-filing of Return

Trouble Shooting on e-filing of Return

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Check List for Salaried/Individual Assessee for Filing Income Tax Return

  1. Copy of PAN card or Copy of Last Year Return
  2. All Bank account including joint banks account
  3. FORM 26AS (Tax Statement) and copies of Advance Tax/Self Assessment Payment challans
  4. Form 16 / Salary Certificate (downloaded from TRACE) received from the Employer
  5. Details of Rental Income House Property, Interest certificate issued by bank for housing loan, Rent Paid Details in case resides in rented house.
  6. Details of Capital Gains on Shares & Securities, Land & Buildings etc.
  7. Stock statement in case of trading in shares etc. (specifying sale and purchase value of shares)
  8. Details of investment in Capital Gains Accounts Scheme
  9. Bank Passbook/Statement or interest income certificate (Both SB interest and FDR)
  10. PPF passbook for interest & Deposited Fund during the previous year
  11. Dividend warrants/amount
  12. Details of accrued interest on NSC during the year.
  13. Details of other income such as interest from parties, income from winning of lottery, horse races etc.
  14. Life and medical insurance payment receipts
  15. Fixed deposit receipts (eligiable for section 80C)
  16. Repayment certificate for housing loan
  17. Deposit receipts for senior citizen saving scheme.
  18. Tuition fees receipts of children
  19. Copies of donation receipts containing PAN of donnee (for section 80G)
  20. Any other tax saving investment receipts/proof

The above list is suggestive and may be change according to facts of assessee to assessee.


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