Sec 143(1) : Understand Intimation and Take Action

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Sakshi Shah

IT Notice
ITR-V
Section 143(1)

Intimation u/s 143(1) is received on registered email and mobile of the assessee. The password to open is PAN in lower case followed by the date of birth in ddmmyyyy format. Eg: aagpr1212a02101980 for PAN: AAGPR1212A and DOB: 02/10/1980

Income Tax Intimation under section 143(1)
The intimation contains the details of return filed by you and the computation as done by the income tax department
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Income Tax Intimation under section 143(1)
The intimation contains the details of return filed by you and the computation as done by the income tax department
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Intimation 143(1) - ITR v/s IT department

Action to be taken against Intimation u/s 143(1)

Action Reason
No Action required Calculation in the ITR filed matches with the calculation as per income tax i.e. No Demand & No Refund
No action required. Refund would be credited to your bank account Tax payable as per ITR filed is more than the tax payable as per income tax calculation i.e Refund
File Revised Return u/s 139(5) If you observe any mistakes in the ITR filed
Pay Demand and File Response (within 30 days) Tax payable as per ITR filed is less than the tax payable as per income tax calculation i.e. Outstanding Demand – If you Agree
File Rectification Request u/s 154 Tax payable as per ITR filed is less than the tax payable as per income tax calculation i.e. Outstanding Demand – If you Disagree
Pay Income Tax Online in India:
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FAQs

What happens if I do not respond to the intimation within 30 days of receiving the intimation?

In case, if we do not respond within 30 days (thirty days) of the issue of this intimation, the return of income will be processed after making necessary adjustment(s) u/s 143(1)(a) of Income Tax Act, 1961 without providing any further opportunities in this matter.

Is intimation u/s 143(1) and tax assessment order the same?

No, tax assessment order and intimation are not the same.

Do I need to reply to a 143(1) intimation, if I have 0 refunds and 0 tax demand, and proper sync on the taxpayer and 143(1) section columns?

No, you are not required to reply if everything is as per the details submitted by you in your ITR. It means the department has accepted the return as filed without carrying out any adjustments to it.

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