Income Tax Notice Management
Income Tax Department issues notices on non-compliance with tax law. The reason can be an error in filing the original return, non or short payment of tax, and non-filing or late filing of the return. This plan is tailor-made to help you understand the notice issued under sections 139(9), 143(1) and advise how to respond to the issue raised. A tax expert shall be allocated to your order which shall help you sail through the process.
It usually takes 3 to 5 working days.
- Covers notices under Sections 139(9),143(1)
- Validate Notice using ClearTax software
- Expert Advisory on notice response
- Documented Follow-up
- Business hours -CA support
- Revised Return Filing for notice received under Sections 139(9), 143(1)
- Any assessee who has received any notice under the Income Tax Act. .
- Purchase of plan
- Upload documents on vault
- TAXAJ Tax Expert Alloted
- Advisory on response
- Tax Notice
- Form 16 from your company
- Form 26AS Tax Credit Statement
- Copy of tax challan (if paid)
- Supporting documents (if any)
Our Service is crafted to help you understand the income tax notice raised by the department. Our experts will help you validate the notice and advise you on the next step to be taken. If you need to file any return or rectified return in response to notice received, our customer support will help you choose the right CA assisted tax return filing plan based on your case.
In certain assessment cases, you need to be present in front of the Assessing Officer. Our experts will only guide you on how to go about such cases and shall not be present on your behalf. If you need local assistance, we shall try to connect you to one of our elite member tax experts upon his availability at the mentioned time.
Apart from the documents listed above, following information needs to be shared:
👉 All Bank Balance as at March 31 2016
👉 Estimated Cash as on March 31 2016
👉 Details of Assets as on March 31 2016
👉 Details of Investments (Cost ) as on March 31 2016
👉 Details of Outstanding Loans granted as on March 31 2016
👉 Details of Outstanding Loans received as on March 31 2016
👉 Details on any liability existing as on March 31 2016
Under Section 143(1) the tax department completes the assessment based on the return filed by you. It is an Income Tax Intimation telling you how your income tax return has been processed by the CPC, Bangalore.
Such intimation usually contains the following:
👉 a notice of demand (or)
👉 a refund notice(or)
👉 a statement showing a no refund – no liability state where all your income reported is equal to the income assessed by the Income Tax Department.
The department here checks
👉 The arithmetical errors in the return or
👉 Any incorrect claim made.
If there is any error found by the system, you need to respond accordingly. Our experts will help you understand the issue raised by department and respond to notices under other sections too such as 139(9),143(1),143(2), 154, 156 etc of the Income Tax Act.
Notice is generally raised on the mismatch between tax payable as per department and tax paid. Our Tax experts will compute the correct tax liability and pay(if any) or claim a refund as applicable.
TAXAJ has been ranked as the best tax website and trusted by over one million+ Indians doing their taxes on the platform. TAXAJ taps into its vast network of over 2000 Chartered Accountants who bring years of experience handling tax assessment cases and helping them become tax compliant. Once you upload the notice, we will assign an expert to your case. Share the documents as communicated and get your dedicated CA, who will provide you online support on steps to be undertaken or actionable.
TAXAJ has been serving millions of people in their tough tax journey. The aim is to simplify the financial lives of people. Key features:
👉 Automatically identify issues in your notice using TAXAJ Notice Parser
👉 Completely Online process-Upload Notice, share Documents and get CA assistance
👉 Wide Network of Expert Tax Advisors