Guides on Tax Notices
Not responding to Income Tax notices properly on time can put you into trouble. Read this comprehensive guide by H&R Block India to learn about all types of I-T notices you can get and the correct procedure of handling them.
When the Income Tax Department decides to select a file for scrutiny, a notice is sent u/s 143(3). The new scrutiny selection criteria provides guidelines to select tax return cases for scrutiny. Read this guide by H&R Block India to know more about scrutiny selection criteria u/s 143(3)
As per the Income Tax Law, a tax payer can receive various assessments or notices from the ITD in case of any incorrect IT return submissions for any relevant financial year. This guide by H&R Block India explains the various assessments under the income tax law of India that an individual can receive. .
Not filing your taxes can end up costing you and even late filing has penalties. Read this guide on notices served under section 234F if you are late in filing your ITR and the penalties levied.
Got a notice? Try not to get into troublesome. Respond well in time with the help of our experts to avoid consequences and heavy penalties. Know how not responding can put you into troubles in this guide of H&R Block.
Understand the common reasons for receiving notice under section 142(1) of income tax act so that a suitable response to notice u/s 142(1) can be taken after reading this guide by H&R Block.
Don't panic if you receive a notice under section 245 of Income Tax Act from the I-T Department. In this detailed guide by H&R Block India, we will take you through step by step process on responding to notice u/s 245. Click here to read more!
Income Tax Act, 1961 defines the deadlines to comply with various types of Income Tax Notices. Find out the Income Tax Department's time limits for issuing different Income Tax notices and the deadlines for you to respond to them in this guide by H&R Block India.
Got a demand notice? Know how to submit a response to outstanding tax demand notice and pay income tax demand if required. Click here to read this guide by H&R Block.
To know how interest penalties are imposed or calculated for various acts of delay or defaults under Section 234A? Read this guide by H&R Block India.
If you have received a notice under section 148 of the income tax act or section 147, then it means that the I-T Department has picked up your case for reassessment even if you filed ITR and got your income assessed. Learn how to respond to notice u/s 148 by reading this guide.
If you have received a notice under section 156 of income tax act and are unclear why you received the notice. This guide by H&R Block will help you understand the reason for receiving this notice and how to respond to notice u/s 156. Click here to read more!
Income tax notice is often given while scrutinising a return and when the Assessing Officer wants to have some answers from the taxpayers. In this guide by H&R Block India, different types of tax notices and the way they should be responded is discussed in detail.
Notice is an information from the Income Tax Department sent to an individual irrespective of their taxes being filed within the due date, Common Reasons for which Notices are issued are outlined in this guide by H&R Block India.
Notice u/s 143(1) is an intimation notice sent to Income Tax payers in the cases listed by H&R Block in this guide. Also read the procedure to respond to such notices u/s 143(1)(a). Click here to read more.
An Income Tax Return is considered as a Defective Return, under section 139(9) of income tax act, if any of the mentioned tax documents are missing. Also know how to respond to sec 139(9) notice in this guide by H&R Block.
Scrutiny notice under section 143(2) is sent to an assesse when the AO finds the produced documents to be inappropriate. Read this guide by H&R Block India.
Interest u/s 234B of Income Tax Act is imposed by ITD upon taxpayers for default in payment of Advance Tax. Also know how to calculate 234b interest.