What are Income Tax Forms that a Registered User can View?
The service to view filed forms is available to all registered users of the e-Filing portal post login. These users can view all the previously filed income tax forms. Additionally, it allows you to:
- View Income Tax Forms in PDF
- View Acknowledgement (receipt)
- Track status of the form
- View other attachments
- View uploaded JSON
What are the Income Tax Forms that a User can Upload?
Furthermore, the taxpayers can also upload the income tax forms on the e-filing portal. Post login, the users will be able to:
- File all Income Tax Statutory Forms online or offline (the online mode is preferrable)
- Verify the Income Tax Statutory Forms
Steps to View Filed Forms
- Login to the account
The user must login to their account using their user ID and password.
- View Filed Forms
Click on e-file > Income Tax Forms > View Filed Forms from the dashboard.
- Search for the appropriate form
In case you have several forms, on the View Filed Forms page, enter form name or form number and the search bar. You will be able to view all the forms filed by you or by the CA with the form status as accepted or rejected or verified by the CA.
- Download Filed Form
For the selected form, the Assessment Year in which the form was filed is displayed with a download option. Click Download to begin downloading the form / receipt / attachments submitted along with form.
The taxpayers can download filed ITR Forms for the following reasons:
- For obtaining a loan from banks
- For Trading in the derivatives segment of the capital markets, brokers would require the previous ITR forms
- While Making an application for Visa
What are the Steps to Upload Income Tax Forms
- Login to the e-Filing portal and click on e-File > Income Tax Forms > File Income Tax Forms
- Select the required form to upload from the relevant categories presented on the File Income Tax Forms page
- The form will be displayed after clicking on the relevant tile. Fill in the relevant details and click on continue
- Fill in all the relevant details and double-check the data entered by previewing it. Next, click on “Proceed to e-Verify“
You will receive a success message on your screen after the completion of the e-verification process. You will also receive a Transaction ID and Acknowledgement Receipt Number.
The following e-Verification options are available. You may choose the one which is more convenient to you:
– Aadhaar OTP
– Bank Account EVC / Demat Account
For certain forms, e-Verification can be done only using DSC.
Yes, in certain cases, the taxpayer can choose and authorize another person to upload forms on his or her behalf. More information on who can be represented can be found in the Authorize and Register as Representative user manual.
Users with CA login or TAN login can view Form 15CA / 15CB through the View Filed Forms service on the e-Filing portal.
You can not edit the form once it is filed. However, you may file a fresh form if the time limit for the same has not expired as per the Income Tax Act / Rules, and the form filed earlier will be considered void.
Thanks for the blog! Just one quick question - Why do we have to report a quarterly breakdown of Dividend Income under IFOS?
This quarterly breakdown of Dividend Income under IFOS will help to calculate and determine penalty u/s 234C for the delay in payment of Advance Tax.
Hope this helps!
I had received dividend recently but I had noticed that TDS had been deducted. any idea as to why has it happened and is there a way I can claim this TDS?
After the introduction of Budget 2020, dividend income is now taxable in the hands of the shareholder; and is also subject to TDS at 10% in excess of INR 5000 u/s 194 & 194K. Foreign Dividend is taxable at slab rates. TDS is not applicable to such dividends. The taxpayer should report such income under the head IFOS in the ITR filed on the Income Tax Website.
Hope this helps!
Yes, dividend income is now taxable from FY 2021-22 onwards and it has to be reported under the head of IFOS.
You can read more about it here:
You need to pay Income tax on the net taxable income, i.e. after subtracting deductions, expenses, etc.
If the net taxable income is negative i.e. if there is loss, you can carry it forward when filing the ITR
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The amount of TDS deducted shall reflect in your Form 26AS only and it will also reflect the name of the deductor.
Using the name of the deductor you can find out on which share you have received the dividend and you can also cross-check the same in your bank statement.
Yes, you are right, TDS is to be deducted when the dividend paid exceeds 5000 INR in a financial year. However, the 5,000 INR limit pertains to all the dividends an individual gets in a year, or the total dividend per shareholder that a company pays out in a year, is left to interpretation, and hence registrars and share transfer agents (RTA) are not taking any chances and are deducting TDS even on small amounts.
Hope this helps
You can submit a grievance on Income Tax Portal mentioning the issue and also attach the 26AS.
The other option is to leave it as it is and clarify it when the tax department sends the notice.
Consider that I have 10 shares each of 10 different Indian companies. Each of the 10 companies are declaring a dividend of INR 100 before the FY ends. Now I will be recieving 1000 as dividend from each company, thereby a total of 10,000.
The 5,000 dividend limit, is it applicable to each company / total dividend recieved by me in a year. If it is applicable to each company, then I would not attract TDS of 10% for dividend.
Also pl clarify, how would the company B know that I have got shares of Company A,C,D,E so on…
@Saad_C @Laxmi_Navlani @Divya_Singhvi @Kaushal_Soni @AkashJhaveri can you help with this?
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