The ITR filing is an annual event that applies to all types of taxpayers, regardless of whether they are corporate, LLP, or individual. Taxable income varies depending on the type of taxpayer. We make it easy to understand income tax return packages. Please note that this is not a software access fee, but an actual CA supported ITR registration service.


Pay the taxes first, and then file the returns

The filing of income tax returns is a self-assessment method where the taxpayer must calculate the taxable income earned in the previous year and the income tax owed on him. Taxes payable must be paid before submitting a tax return. Taxes can be paid online or via Challan 280 by depositing into the bank by cheque or cash.

Filing in late returns

If the Taxpayer misses the due date for filing the SPT, the SPT can still be submitted as a “late SPT” on the last date of the estimated year. However, losses or accumulated depreciation are not transferable and if an error occurs, late returns cannot be checked again.

Sanction for not applying for ITR

Filing an ITR is a mandatory requirement under Section 139 of the Income Tax Act of 1961, and failure to apply for an ITR will result in a fine of up to Rs. 5,000 / -. These penalties exceed interest or other consequences for not paying taxes. However, if the real reason for ITO satisfaction is shown, it can be revoked or reduced.


ITR-1 This return form is for local individuals whose total income  includes:

·         Salary / pension income

·         Home ownership income (except in cases where the loss is carried over from previous years)

·         Income from other sources (excluding lottery winnings and income from racehorses)

·         Agricultural income up to 5,000 rupees.


ITR-2 ITR 2 is for the use of an undivided Hindu individual or family (HUF) whose total income includes:

·         Salary / pension income; or

·         Income from home ownership; or

·         Income from other sources (including lottery winnings and income from racehorses)


ITR-3 This ITR3 form must be used by a person or non-Hindu family that is inseparable from property or employment income.

·         Have a business or profession

·         If you are the sole director of a company

·         If you have invested in unlisted stock at any time during the financial year

·         Returns can include homeownership income, salary/pension, and income from other sources

·         The income per person as a partner in the company




It applies to individuals and HUF partner companies (excluding LLP) who are based in a company or profession. Also includes those who have chosen an alleged income system in accordance with section 44AD, section 44ADA, and section 44AE of the Income Tax Act. However, if the business turnover exceeds Rs 2 crores, the taxpayer must file an ITR-3.


ITR-5 ITR 5 for Corporations, LLP (Limited Liability Partnership), AOP (Individual Associations), BOI (Individual Authorities), Man-made Legal Entities (AJP), Inheritance of the Deceased, Bankruptcy Assets, Business Trusts, and Investment Funds.



For businesses other than businesses seeking exemption under Section 11 (Income from Assets Held for Charitable or Religious Purposes), this statement only needs to be filed electronically.

ITR-7 Under existing income tax rules, the following companies are eligible to file tax returns using ITR7 u / s 139 (4C):


·         Research Association

·         News agency

·         Associations or institutions pursuant to Part 10 (23A)

·         Different types of institutions listed in Section 10 (23B)

·         ITR 7 r / s 139 (4D)


According to the rules in Article 139 (4D), all institutions, universities and colleges that are not included in other sections are entitled to file income tax returns using Form ITR 7.



Up to 2.5 lakh Exempt Exempt
2.5 lakh to 5 lakh 5% 5%
5 lakh to 7.5 lakh 10% 20%
7.5 lakh to 10 lakh 15% 20%
10 lakh to 12.5 lakh 20% 30%


What is Tax Audit?

There are different types of audits that are performed under different laws, such as Company audits / mandatory audits according to company law, cost audits, inventory audits, and others. Likewise, the Income Tax Act requires an audit which is called a “tax audit”. As the name suggests, a tax audit is a review of business or professional accounts carried out by a taxpayer for income tax purposes. This simplifies the income calculation for filing an income tax return.


  • Make sure the books are well maintained, correct, and certified by the tax auditors
  • Reporting of observations/inconsistencies found by tax auditors after bookkeeping is done methodically
  • Report mandatory information such as tax write-offs, compliance with various provisions of tax laws, etc.
  • All of this allows the tax authority to verify the accuracy of the income tax return filed by the taxpayer. Calculate and verify total income, apply for deductions, etc.

Who is required to undergo a tax audit?

Taxpayers must undertake a tax audit if sales or gross revenues exceed Rs 1 crore during the fiscal year. However, in certain other circumstances, taxpayers may need to verify their accounts.

What is an audit report?

Tax auditors will submit their reports in the prescribed form, which can be Form 3CA or Form 3CB, where:


The CA 3CA form is given when someone in a business or profession has been authorized to verify their account under another law.

Form № 3CB is given when a person involved in a business or profession is not required to check their account under other laws.

For one of the audit reports mentioned above, the tax auditor must submit the required data on Form C 3CD which is part of the audit report.

How and when should the tax audit report be submitted?

Tax auditors will submit online tax audit reports with their credentials as “Chartered Accountants”. Taxpayers also need to add CA details to their registration portal. After the tax inspector has uploaded the audit report, the report must be accepted / rejected by the taxpayer on their registration portal. If it is rejected for any reason, all procedures must be followed again until the taxpayer has received the taxpayer’s report.

Retribution for not filing or delaying the submission of tax audit reports

However, if a taxpayer who is required to carry out a tax audit fails to do so, at least one of the following actions may be subject to sanctions:

  1. 0.5% of total sales, turnover, or gross sales
  2. Rs 1,50,000