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1.  Reactivation of the link ‘Know your PAN/TAN/A.O.’ at the website of Income-tax department 

Some recent changes were reported by the members at the E filing website of the Income-tax department due to which the link ‘Know your PAN/TAN/A.O.’ was not directly accessible. Accordingly, the Direct Taxes Committee of ICAI had requested the Income tax Department to allow direct accessibility to the link ‘Know your PAN/TAN/A.O.’ in the https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/ website of the Income-tax department vide a representation dated 06.03.2017.

Members may note that the said request has been favourably considered by the Income tax Department and the said link may now be assessed directly at https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/. 


2. Enhancing of E-Filing utility for filing return after the expiry of 15 days of issuance of notice under section 139(9) as original return or belated return

It was communicated by our members that in cases where the original return has been treated as invalid by virtue of the provisions of section 139(9), the income tax portal is not accepting the new return being filed either as original return or belated return. The assessees were facing genuine difficulty as there being no other option in the filing status applicable in such cases.

Considering the difficulty being faced, the Direct Taxes Committee of ICAI had suggested Income tax Department vide a representation dated 06.03.2017 that the business rule be modified so as to term the original return as ‘invalid’ as soon as the period of 15 days or more as permitted by AO under section 139(9) expires. This will enable furnishing of such return as original returns being filed belatedly under section 139(4).

Members may note that the said request has also been favourably considered by the Income tax Department.The E-filing utility has been enhanced and the facility of E-Filing such returns u/s 139(4) has been deployed on 10.3.2017. Hence, for the returns which have been made “Invalid” by CPC, a fresh return (belated) may be filed u/s 139(4), provided that the time mentioned in that section is available. 


With Regards

Chairman, Direct Taxes Committee
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

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