Other Return

Individuals and businesses entity both have to pay taxes on their earnings. The central government levies and collects income tax, levying on a person's earnings. The tax on earned income is due in the same fiscal year in which it was accrued. However, on the basis of the Assessment Year and Income tax act notification, assessee calculate his income and tax liability. Depending on the requirements, taxpayers have different ITR forms and time limits for filing ITRs.

The Advantages of Filing a Tax Return

Allows losses to be carried forward

The majority of businesses lose money in their first few years. If an ITR is submitted, a company or capital loss can be carried forward for eight years. This loss can also be offset against future earnings, lowering future taxable Income. The taxpayer loses this benefit if an ITR is not filed.

Determine your financial worth

The taxpayer's financial worth is determined by the ITR filed with the government. The ITR track demonstrates financial capability while increasing a person's capital base. As a result, the previously filed ITR determines the track of revenue and financial worth. Investors and institutions await the filing of returns to determine the business's capacity.

Processing of loans and high-risk insurance

For loan processing, the income tax return is beneficial. The higher the financial value, the easier it is to get a loan. The same is true for high-risk insurance. In this context, the ITR is an essential document for making judgments.

Claim refund of TDS paid from salary.

Salaried employees receive their pay after any applicable TDS has been deducted. The tax liability after allowed deductions may be less than the amount of TDS deducted. In such circumstances, the extra payment can only be claimed as a refund if the person files an ITR.

Documents needed to file an ITR

PAN Card

• The taxpayer's PAN card.

PAN Card for Entities

• PAN cards of all directors or partners are required in the case of a company or firm.

Aadhar Card

• All directors or partners of a company or firm must have an Aadhar card.

Cancelled Cheque

• It's necessary to have a cancelled check from the taxpayer's bank account.

Statement of Bank Account

• Other incomes must be assessed using the statement for the relevant financial year..

Loans and Investment details

• Details of any investments made by the client and loan details.

Form 16

• The TDS Certificate, also known as Form 16, must be provided by the salaried individual.

Types of ITR forms

ITR filing forms vary depending on the type of Income and business structure.


This form is used by Indian individuals and HUFs whose annual Income is less than 50 lakh from salary/pension, one house property, agriculture income less than Rs. 5000, and other source income.

ITR – 2

This form is used by individuals and HUFs who are a director in the company, investment in the private limited company (i.e., a shareholder of the private limited company), whose annual income is more than 50 lakh, foreign income, capital gain income, two or more house property income and agriculture income more than Rs. 5000.

ITR – 3

This form is used by individuals and HUFs who earn Income from business or professional work.

ITR – 4 (Sugam)

This form used by Individuals, HUFs, and Firms (other than LLP) with presumptive business income are eligible. For this, the return filer must have Income from business less than 2 crore and professional income less than 50 lakh. Sections 44AD, 44ADA, and 44AE are used to calculate this.

ITR – 5

The Partnership firm uses this form, LLPs, AOPs, BOIs, and Association for declaration of Income.

ITR – 6

This form is used by All companies, except those that claim a tax exemption under Section 11.

ITR – 7

This form is used by Firms, Companies, Local authorities, AOP, and Artificial Judiciary if they are claiming exemption as Income earned from charitable /religious trust, political party, scientific research institutions, universities, or colleges or institutions.

Common Errors When Filing ITRs

Here are some of the most common tax-filing mistakes to avoid.

Choosing the Wrong Form
  • To file returns, the appropriate ITR form must be selected.
  • The income sources received during the financial year define the form used.
Failure to disclose all sources of Income
  • Failure to disclose all sources of Income is a common mistake made by taxpayers. Whether the Income is taxable or not, it must be stated.
  • All earnings, not only the primary ones from work, profession, or business, must be declared, whether interest from a savings account, a fixed deposit, rental Income from home, Income from short-term capital gains, or any other source.
  • Recall that any money a minor earns from interests, investments, or other sources is taxable to the parent. When a minor's income is combined with the parents', a tax exemption of up to Rs. 1,500 can be claimed under section 10(32)
  • If such earnings are not recorded, the income tax authorities may issue notice.
Giving inaccurate personal information

Because all personal information will be kept in the Department's databank and may be validated, entering your data correctly before filing your taxes is critical. PAN number, name, address, e-mail address, phone number, date of birth, bank account number, IFSC Code, and other information must all be entered correctly. You may miss your refund claim or other critical alerts if you make any error in these details. So double-check everything before filing.

TDS is not reconciled with Form 26AS

Before filing, make sure you compare your ITR with Form 26AS. Form 26AS contains all of your income information, as well as tax Deducted at Source (TDS), advance tax paid by you, and self-assessment tax. It's possible that TDS was deducted from your pay. You must cross-check Form 16 with the information on Form 26AS.

Excluding tax-free income

Income tax act require all income to be recorded, whether exempt or not. Many sorts of earnings are tax-free. For instance, long-term gains, dividends, and so on. You must declare them even if you do not have to pay any taxes on them.

Penalty for late return filing

Return file after 31.12.2021-

  • up to 5 lakh income- Rs.1000.
  • Income more than 5 lakh- Rs. 5000.


Rs.1499 All inclusive price

Director Return

  • ITR Acknowledgement
  • Computation Of Total Income.
  • Expert Support
Rs.1499 All inclusive price

Partner Return

  • ITR Acknowledgement
  • Computation Of Total Income
  • Expert Support
Rs.1999 All inclusive price

NRI Return

  • ITR Acknowledgement
  • Computation Of Total Income
  • Expert Support