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I recently caught up with a school friend of mine.What a great time we had! Recalling all those funny moments, making fun of teachers, sports day fun & sometimes getting into trouble.And then our topic shifted to politics, economics and other random stuff. All of a sudden my friend asked me, “I am facing troubles in filing my tax return, can you help?”.As he knew I am a tax consultant, so that question was pretty obvious on his part.I said, “Sure why not, tell me what’s the problem”. To whichSEE DETAILS

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31st July is already being in talks. Specially for the newly levied penalties under section 234F, which can cut down your pocket up to additional ₹10,000/-.Before you start filing ITR for FY 2017-18, let’s get handy with the documents and details needed in the process. For a hassle free ITR filing, first requirement is the correct selection of ITR form.Selection of ITR Form mainly depends upon        Your Residential Status        Income Sources        And Quantum of EarningsITR 1 or Sahaj Form being the simplest is apt to be furnished by a salariedSEE DETAILS

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If you are reading this, then you must have googled term “Multiple Form 16”. Whenever we are in need of help, be it personal or professional, we believe in our very own “Google Baba”. But when it comes to filing income tax return (ITR), one needs proper guidance, not shortcuts.Today, we will tell, how you can file your tax return with Multiple Form 16 very easily.Commonly, the situation of Multiple Form 16 arises in these 2 casesWhen a person has switched job in the same financial year.When a person isSEE DETAILS

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When it comes to filing Income Tax Return (ITR), most of us get scared.We have created an air of fear around the whole concept of income tax.This fear is nothing but lack of knowledge & guidance related to income tax return filing.With the aim to relieve everyone of this fear & reluctance. We bring 11 most common Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), asked by common people like you & me.So buckle-up your seat-belts & let’s tackle your tax queries one-by-one.Why I should file ITR?This is the most basic question on everyone’sSEE DETAILS

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Do you earn income from salary?Then you must be worrying about filing your ITR 1 form FY 2017-18.Well, it’s a topic worth worrying coz of new salary details asked by the Income Tax Department.Till FY 2016-17, while filing income tax return (ITR), the only details required were of gross salary/ pension income.But from FY 2017-18, new ITR 1 Sahaj Form asks for detailed salary break-up. You do not have to worry anymore. After reading our blog, you’ll be able to calculate every component on your own very easily.Before we begin,SEE DETAILS

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Giving feels good! What’s more is that all your generosity gets you extra tax saving!How?The Government of India allows you to claim tax deductions u/s 80G on contributions made to relief funds & charitable institutions.Who can claim deduction under Section 80G?Any person can claim deduction u/s 80G. It doesn’t matter if the assessee claiming deduction is an individual, HUF, Company etc. The only condition is that, donation must be made in specified funds & institutions only.What type of donations are eligible for the deduction under section 80G?Only specified donations mentionedSEE DETAILS

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Do you want to save money?The answer to this question is an obvious YES! Who doesn’t want to?We’ve got some good news for you. If you are filing your ITR using form ITR-1 or Sahaj Form then you can save lot of money. You must be aware that income tax return is required to be filed latest by 31st July, 2018 for the F.Y. 2017-18.In ITR-1, there is a portion dedicated to “Deductions”. Today we’ll show, how you can save income tax using these deductions under Chapter VI-A.Let us discussSEE DETAILS

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Imagine you are in middle of something important like filing ITR & all of a sudden you realize that a document is missing. It feels frustrating right?That’s why we bring to you some last minute must have documents while filing your income tax return.Although, there are many different ITR forms and the requirement of documents changes as per the ITR form selected. In this blog, we will talk about the most commonly used form to file return i.e. ITR 1 form 2017-18. This ITR 1 form 2017-18 is used bySEE DETAILS

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Do you own a house? Or do you earn income from rent?If yes, then you need to take care while selecting which ITR form to use while filing your return.As income from house property needs to be considered in your ITR. Failing to which can invite troubles for you.There are basically 2 situations for any house owner. Either you own one house property or more than one.In case, you own 1 house property then you need to file return using ITR 1. And if you own more than one, then fileSEE DETAILS

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 As a taxpayer we always feel burdened with tax payments:(Empathising with your situation, government came up with Rebate u/s 87A in Budget 2013, to reduce the burden of taxes. Let’s understand how you can take advantage of income tax rebate under section 87A in simple language!What is Rebate under section 87A of the income tax?Rebate u/s 87A provides exemption on tax payment to a RESIDENT INDIVIDUAL. As per this provision, if an individual’s taxable income is upto Rs. 3.5 lakhs then he will get the benefit of Rs. 2500 orSEE DETAILS

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