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NRI Income Tax Return Filing through Online Tax Experts

Last Update Date : April 26, 2019
Estimated Read Time: 3 min

Filing NRI taxes is very simple through our online assisted service.

Follow the steps given below to file your taxes now.

Step 1:

Click here to go to our NRI tax filing service page. Enter your Email ID and Password in the boxes available and click on “Proceed to Filing” tab.

Step 2:

Enter your first name in the empty box and click on “Continue” button.

Step 3:

Choose the appropriate options to explain your tax situation as shown in the image below and click on “Save and Continue” button.

Step 4:

Fill up your personal details like your name, your father’s name, contact number, Email ID, PAN, address etc. and click on “Save and Continue” tab at the bottom of the page.

Step 5:

Upload all your Form 16s here and proceed to next step by pressing “Save and Continue” tab.

Step 6:

Under the head “Other Details” , you will find four sub-heads namely:

a) Additional Tax Benefits – upload documents supporting any tax deductions or exemptions you are eligible for
b) Other Income – share details of income from other sources
c) House Property – share details of house property
d) Bank Account Details – share your bank account details

Click on “Save” tab after completing each of the four steps to proceed further.

Step 7:

Here you will be informed about the fee to be charged for filing your returns. You can click on “Submit” to confirm.

Step 8:

In the end, you need to give a missed call to verify your identity. You will receive a conformation email from our tax advisor handling your case who will be available to help you during normal business hours via ‘phone call and chat support’.

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Chetan Chandak (B.Com, LLB)
Chetan is the Head of Tax Research at H&R Block (India) with an experience of more than a decade in tax advising. He is also a regular contributor for some of the leading news publications in India such as Economic Times, Financial Express and Money Control. Professionally, Chetan is fascinated by international taxation and expat-related tax research.

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