In 2013, Income Tax Department issued letters to 12,19,832 non-filers who had done high value transactions.

In 2014, Income Tax Department has identified additional 22,09,464 non-filers who have done high value transactions. You may be one of them. Act Now!

Log on to e-filing portal at

  • If you are not registered with the e-filing portal, use the ‘Register Yourself’ link to register.
  • You can view ‘Information Summary’ under the ‘Compliance’ module and submit whether it pertains to you or any other person you know.
  • If you have already filed the return, you should submit the details under ‘Filing of Income Tax Return’. If not, you should pay your taxes and file the return.
  • You can keep a print out of submitted response for record.

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0 responses to “Income Tax Notice to non-filers who had done high value transactions – Compliance”

  1. Rajendra khosla says:

    My wife sold shares worth 5.0 lakhs in off market. On 28 Jan,2012.I was not aware if any taxes should have been adviser says all this shall be considered as income/ profit in that year and we need to pay itax along with penalty.shares were held in my wife,s name since vvlong more than thirty years.pladvise what I should do?

  2. ravinder kataria says:

    srr what to do if compliance in respect of which assessment year demanded and last date of filing itr is gone like A.Y 2011-12 . in this particular year tds deducted on salary upto 40000/- and assesse did’nt file his itr then wat to doo help mee on an urgent basis

  3. MKREDDY says:

    get it Digital signature and crack the password of the e filing

  4. himanshu says:

    What if it is a salary return and tax has been deducted and cannot file the return because time has lapsed then what to do

  5. anup says:

    ur problem is genuine but In case u lost ur password, file your return manually. e-filing is not the only option.

  6. Harihar Gadiya says:

    What if the return is time barred, can those return be filed for submitting the complance.

  7. ram babu B.Com says:

    what about those who have registered and could not file due to loss of password…..? why the Dept. chose to be silent, OR will it say it is not silent.

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