There are Mobile applications which are not approved by the Income Tax Department. Users are advised that they may not be according to Department data structure. Filers using them are doing at their own risk.
Sharing Quick Thoughts:
Yes, yes ! If Govt. were to proceed, the utmost Caution is a MUST.
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Now, as for the government, better do the inevitable hard homework, with the active assistance and guidance of the most outstanding experts at large, before venturing to take even a baby step in that direction. Lest, further messing up of the even-now obtaining scenario in inter alia the realm of tax administration might prove a certainty.
Thanx for tis artical
I am government servant and my annual income is 17 lakh, do I require Digital Signature Certificate?
The dept. ‘promptly’ acted at the eleventh hour. This is like a court giving its judgement, disqualifying an M.L.A at the end of the term.
The Dept. issues the ITRs in the month of May/June. Till such time it accepts the previous year’s return. Once the revised forms are made available by the Law book sellers from the very next day they stop accepting the old forms..
So this is like one more like that heckling on the innocent tax payers – who want to fulfil their legal obligations but do not know.
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