Self e-Filing Process
- Register & enter personal information
- Upload Form 16 & enter any other income
- Enter your deductions & answer some quick questions
Advantages of e-Filing Income Taxwith H&R Block
- Professionally handled Income Tax Return e-filing process
- Auto-extraction of data from Form 16 with an intuitive tool
- Post-filing support if required
- Secured cloud storage facility for your documents & past returns
- H&R Block’s global satisfaction and accuracy guarantees
- Industry’s best proprietary application portal which is built in-house
- Easy, hassle-free, fast and user-friendly application
- Tips and helpful hints to guide you in filling up your details in the application
- 100% secure with built-in encryption measures and assurance about the confidentiality of your personal information
“I filed my taxes in less than 10 minutes with H&R Block; it was truly a hassle-free experience. Chat and call support helped me file my taxes accurately.”
Moulika Likhadhari | Accenture (Team Lead)
“My biggest concern of keeping my tax documents secured was taken care of when I filed my taxes with H&R Block.”
Chandan Dey | TCS (Asso. Consultant)
Frequently Asked Questionsduring Income Tax e-Filing
Individuals with income from salary, house property and other sources can e-file their taxes using our DIY application. Form 16 from the employer is a must if you are a salaried individual and are e-filing your taxes through our application.
You do not need to worry about choosing the right ITR as our system does it automatically based on the details you fill in your application.
Yes, even if you have more than one Form 16, you can upload all of them and file your return.
We strictly follow the global standards of security. All our applications are 128 bit Verisign secured. Your data is 100% secure with built-in encryption techniques. Hence, you can rest assured about the confidentiality of your personal information. H&R Block is a registered e-Return Intermediary.
Yes, we do provide email support for any issue that you face while e-filing taxes through our application.
The year in which you earn income is called the Financial Year or FY while the year that follows it is called the Assessment Year or AY. Your income is assessed to tax in the AY. Both FY and AY start from 1st April and end on 31st March. E.g., if the FY under consideration is 2017-18, then the AY for this would be 2018-19.