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Intimation U/s 143 (1) (Income Tax)

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( Author )
17 August 2010

I have received Income Tax Intimation U/s.143(1) demanding to pay Rs.2000/- as Tax Payable. But while examining the Total Income, they have not taken Depreciation into consideration. I e-filed the return and thus received the intimation from Bangalore. I think I shall submit Petition u/s.154 for rectification. Whether to submit in the local office manually or send the same to CPC, Bangalore by post or send the same to CPC, Bangalore by e-mail? If by e-mail, what is the ID? Can anyone send me a specimen copy of Petition u/s.154.


B.Chackrapani Warrier

( Expert )
17 August 2010

Rectification petition under section 154 against 143(1) intimation may be posted to CPC, B'lore.


CMA. CS. Sanjay Gupta

( Expert )
18 August 2010

You will have to file Rectification of Intimation U/s 154 of the Income Tax Act, 1961.


Format:---


Date:


To
CPC Banglore,
..............
..............
...............


Dear Sir,

Ref: - Your Intimation U/s 143 (1) dated: ........ for the A.Y ........, Received on ........ (PAN ..........)

Sub: - Rectification of Intimation U/s 154 of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

I have received your above mentioned intimation U/s 143(1) of the Income Tax Act which is showing a demand of Income Tax of Rs. ....../-

In this connection i want to bring in to your kind notice that....................................................................................................
............................................................................................................................................................
............................................................................................................................................................
............

I therefore request you to please rectify your above mentioned intimation U/s 154 and issue a rectification order to that effect at the earliest.

Thanks you,

Yours faithfully,

Please also see the notes given on last page of notice u/s 143(1) received from CPC banglore.


CA. SANAT PYNE

( Expert )
18 August 2010

you can also visit
http://www.caclubindia.com/forum/sample-reply-for-intimation-u-s-143-1-from-cpc-banglore-98093.asp


Coffin

( Author )
20 August 2010

Whether Ordinary or Speed Post?


Aditya Maheshwari

( Expert )
20 August 2010

both will do. Any of the two only.


CMA. CS. Sanjay Gupta

( Expert )
20 August 2010

I think you should send it by Registered Post. (So that you can have proof of Dispatch)


Coffin

( Author )
25 August 2010

But I came to know that Petition can be sent by e-mail to itdcpc@incometaxindia.gov.in. Is that possible to send by e-mail and is the id correct. Should we scan the letter and send or just send the soft copy mentioning as Sd/-


Aditya Maheshwari

( Expert )
25 August 2010

If the source is geniune and reliable then u can send a scan copy of the same via email.

However in the intimation that i have received for client there is no mention of the email id. So cannot comment on the same.


CMA. CS. Sanjay Gupta

( Expert )
25 August 2010

in my view it is better to send the petition physically by registered post.


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