Instructions to Form ITR-3 (A.Y 2021-22)

Instructions for filling out FORM ITR3

These instructions are guidelines for filling the particulars in Income-tax Return Form-3 for the Assessment Year 2021-22 relating to the Financial Year 2020-21. In case of any doubt, please refer to relevant provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961 and the Income-tax Rules, 1962.

Also Read: Instructions for filling ITR-3 For A.Y. 2021-22 | F.Y. 2020-21 | Part II

1. Assessment Year for which this Return Form is applicable

This Return Form is applicable for assessment year2021-22only, i.e., it relates to income earned in Financial Year2020-21.

2. Who is eligible to use this Return Form?

This Return Form is to be used by an individual or a Hindu Undivided Family who is having income under the head “profits or gains of business or profession” and who is not eligible to file Form ITR-1 (Sahaj), ITR-2 or ITR-4 (Sugam).

3. Manner of filing this Return Form

This Return Form can be filed with the Income-tax Department electronically on the e-filingweb portal of Income-tax Department (www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in) [www.incometax.gov.in from 7-June-2021]and verified in any one of the following manners –

(i) digitally signing the verification part, or

(ii) authenticating by way of electronic verification code (EVC), or

(iii) Aadhaar OTP, or

(iv) by sending duly signed paper Form ITR-V – Income Tax Return Verification Form by post to CPC at the following address –

“Centralized Processing Centre,
Income Tax Department,
Bengaluru— 560500,
Karnataka”.

The Form ITR-V-Income Tax Return Verification Form should reach within 120 days from the date of e-filing the return.

The confirmation of the receipt of ITR-V at Centralized Processing Centre will be sent to the assessee on e-mail ID registered in the e-filing account.

However, in a case where accounts are required to be audited u/s 44AB, it is mandatory to verify the return electronically under digital signature.

In case an assessee is required to furnish a report of audit under sections 10AA, 44AB, 44DA, 50B, 80 -IA, 80-IB, 80-IC, 80-ID, 80JJAA, 80LA, 92E, 115JB or 115JC, he shall file such report electronically one month before the due date of filingof return of income.

4. Filling out the ITR VIncome Tax Return Verification Form

Where the Return Form is furnished in the manner mentioned at 3(iv), the assessee should print out Form ITR-V-Income Tax Return Verification Form. ITR-V-Income Tax Return Verification Form, duly signed by the assessee, has to be sent by ordinary post or speed post only to Centralized Processing Centre, Income Tax Department, Bengaluru–560500 (Karnataka).

4. Key changes (as compared to ITR for AY 202021)

> Option to avail benefit u/s 115BAC is provided in ITR.

If new tax regime is opted, loss under the head House Property is not allowed to be set off and the following deductions/allowances cannot be claimed

1) Certain allowances u/s section 10 (LTA, HRA, allowances granted to meet expenses in performance of duties of office, Allowances granted to meet personal expenses in performance of duties of office, Allowance received by MP/MLA/MLC, Standard deduction in case of Minor child)

2) Deductions u/s16 (Standard Deduction, Entertainment allowance and Professional tax)

3) Interest payable on borrowed capital for self-occupied property

4) Standard Deduction in case of family pension

5) Chapter VIA Deduction (life insurance, health insurance premium, pension funds, provident fund, donation etc. except Contribution made by employer to notified pension scheme u/s 80CCD (2))

6) Deduction u/s 10AA in respect of newly established Units in Special Economic Zones

7) Additional depreciation u/s 32(1)(iia)

8) Deduction u/s 32AD, 33AB, 3ABA, 35AD, 35CCC

9) Deduction under sub-clause (ii) or sub-clause (iia) or sub-clause (iii) of sub-section (1) or sub-section (2AA) of section 35

> Option of Filing ITR in response to notice u/s 153A and 153C is removed from ITR as requirement to file ITR under these sections is omitted.

> In AY 2020-21 , the threshold limit for a person carrying on business was increased from one crore rupees to five crore rupees in cases where the cash receipts or payments by a business don’t exceed 5% of the such receipts or such payments, however in AY 2021-22 , the limit of five crore rupees is increased to ten crore rupees

> Loss (negative value) under “No books of account” at no.65 in Sch P&L is restricted.

> In schedule BP, Income/ receipts credited to profit and loss account considered under head “other sources” has been bifurcated into 2 parts as

    • “Dividend income” and
    • “Other than dividend income”

> In Schedule DPM, the column “3a.Amount as adjusted on account of opting for taxation section 115BAC” and “3b. Adjusted Written down value on the first day of previous year (3) + (3a)” has been added . Hence corresponding mapping changes are made in schedule DPM

> CBDT vide notification dated 20th September 2019 increased depreciation to 45% on motor cars, motor buses etc wrt assets purchased on or after the 23rd day of August, 2019 but before the 1st day of April, 2020 and is put to use before the 1st day of April, 2020. Therefore, no additions will be allowed in 45% block from the AY 2021-22 w.r.t to such assets.

> In Schedule CG, the allowable difference between full value of consideration u/s. 50C and value of property as per stamp authority has been increased from 1.05 times to 1.10 times

> In schedule OS,

The existing drop related to “Dividend income” is bifurcated into 2 parts i.e “Dividend income [other than (ii)]” and “Dividend income u/s 2(22)(e)” and respective changes are done in sl.no.2e _DTAA field and in sl.no.10(i)_Quarterly breakup of Dividend income.

Dividend will now be taxable from Rs.1/- as the section 115BBDA is omitted. Accordingly, Interest expenditure u/s 57(1) to earn Dividend can be claimed at sl.no.3.

The existing drop down at Sl. No. 2d “115AD(1)(i)- Income received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units referred to in section115AB)” bifurcated into 2 drop downs as under:-

♦ 115AD(1)(i)-Income being Dividend received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units referred to in section115AB) @20%

♦ 115AD(1)(i)-Income being other than dividend income received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units referred to in section115AB) @20%

Further new drop downs are inserted in sl. No. 2d and Sl. No. 2e wrt “Interest referred to in section 194LC(1)” and Distributed income being Dividend referred to in section 194LBA

Section 115BBDA is removed from AY 2021-22 onwards hence corresponding drop downs are removed from sl. No. 2c, 2d and 2e of schedule OS and respective changes are done in sl.no.10(i)_Quarterly breakup of Dividend income.

In existing Sl. No. 10 “Information about accrual/receipt of income from Other Sources”

♦ Field “Dividend Income u/s 115BBDA” is changed to “Dividend income” due to finance Act changes

♦ New line item is inserted to capture the quarter wise break up of “Dividend income which is taxable at DTAA Rates”. This information will be used to calculate interest u/s 234C.

> In Schedule CFL, the bifurcation of PTI loss and other than PTI loss has been removed from “HP loss”, “Short term capital loss” and “Long term capital Loss”

> In Schedule CFL, the column “5b. Amount as adjusted on account of opting for taxation under section 115BAC” and “5c. Brought forward Business loss available for set off during the year” has been added . Hence corresponding mapping changes are made in schedule CFL

> In Schedule UD, “Amount as adjusted on account of opting for taxation under section 115BAD” field has been added as an adjustment for 115BAC and so only balance loss can set off against income in Schedule BFLA.

> In schedule 80IB , the deductions claimed in following sections are removed due to sunset clause and corresponding mapping changes are made in schedule VI-A

(i) Deduction in respect of industrial undertaking located in industrially backward states specified in Eighth Schedule [Section 80-IB(4)]

(ii) Deduction in respect of industrial undertaking located in industrially backward districts [Section 80-IB(5)]

(iii) Deduction in the case of an undertaking operating a cold chain facility [Section 80-IB(11)]

> In Schedule EI, field for “Dividend Income” is removed from exempt income as for AY 2021-22 onwards dividend income will be taxable in the hands of shareholders . similarly corresponding Changes are also made in schedule OS , schedule Pass Through Income (PTI) to remove reference of section 115O

> In schedule TPSA , dropdown for the financial year (FY 2019-20 or FY 2020-21) for which option u/s 92CE(2A) is exercised in AY 2021-22 is inserted

> Schedule DI (Details of Investment) has been removed as it was relevant only for AY 20-21

> SI. No. 8 “Gross tax payable (higher of 1d and 7)” of Schedule Part B TTI has been bifurcated in below two fields

    • SI. No. 8a – “Tax on income without including income on perquisites referred in section 17(2)(vi) received from employer, being an eligible startup referred to in section 80IAC ( Schedule Salary)”
    • SI. No. 8b – “Tax deferred relatable to income on perquisites referred in section 17(2)(vi) received from employer, being an eligible startup referred to in section 80IAC”

Tax on ESOP received from eligible start-up will be deferred and is payable by the assessee within fourteen days—

(i) after the expiry of forty-eight months from the end of the relevant assessment year; or

(ii) from the date of the sale of such specified security or sweat equity share by the assessee; or

(iii) from the date of the assessee ceasing to be the employee of the employer who allotted or transferred him such specified security or sweat equity share, whichever is the earliest.

> Now, assessee needs to disclose surcharge before “Marginal Relief” and after “Marginal relief” in Schedule Part BTTI.

> In Schedule TDS, earlier TDS credit is allowed only if corresponding income is being offered for tax this year , however exception is being added for TDS u/s 194N. Also the label is amended to include form 16D for the claim of TDS

> Annexure 2 is inserted in instructions w.r.t. ITR fields which should be tallied with corresponding amount mentioned in Tax Audit report i.e Form 3CA-3CD/3CB-3CD, if applicable.

> Upload level validations table is modified w.r.t. mapping changes and new rules.

5.Obligation to file return

Every individual or HUF whose total income before allowing deductions under Chapter VI-A of the Income-tax Act, exceeds the maximum amount which is not chargeable to income tax is obligated to furnish his return of income. The claim of deduction(s) under Chapter VI-A is to be mentioned in Part C of thisReturn Form. The maximum amount which is not chargeable to income-tax for Assessment Year 2021-22, in case of different categories, is as under:

(Applicable if New Tax Regime u/s 115BAC is not opted)
S. No. Category Amount (in ₹)
(i) In case of an individual who is below the age of 60 years or a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) 2, 50, 000
(ii) In case of an individual, being resident in India, who is of the age of 60 years or more at any time during the financial year 2020-21 but below the age of 80 years 3, 00, 000
( ) In case of an individual, being resident in India, who is of the age of 80 years or more at any time during the financial year 2020-21 5, 00, 000

(Applicable if New Tax Regime is opted u/s 115BAC)
Sl. No. Category Amount (in ₹)
(i) In case of an individual who is below the age of 60 years or a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) 2, 50, 000
(ii) In case of an individual, being resident in India, who is of the age of 60 years or more at any time during the previous year 2020-21 2, 50, 000
( ) in case of an individual, being resident in India, who is of the age of 80 years or more at any time during the previous year 2020-21 2, 50, 000

If a person whose total income before allowing deductions under Chapter VI-A of the Income-tax Act or deduction for capital gains (section 54 to 54GB), does not exceeds the maximum amount which is not chargeable to income-tax but fulfils one or more conditions mentioned below is obligated to furnish his return of income. In case of any doubt, please refer to relevant provisions of the Income-tax Act.

(a) Deposit of amount or aggregates of amount exceeding Rs 1 crore in one or more current accounts.

(b) Incurred expenditure of an amount or aggregate of amount exceeding Rs. 2 lakhs for travel to a foreign country for yourself or any other person.

(c) Incurred expenditure of amount or aggregate of amount exceeding Rs. 1 lakh on consumption of electricity.

1. Obligation to file form 10-IE (for person opting for new tax regime u/s 115BAC)Any individual or HUF opting for new tax regime u/s 115BAC has to mandatorily file Form 10-IE.

2. Form 10IE once filed cannot be withdrawn during the year.

3. After filing Form 10IE, original return or revised return is required to be filed mandatorily to avail the benefit of new tax slab u/s 115BAC and Acknowledgement no. & Date of filing Form 10IE will be mandatory fields in ITR-

4. If Form 10IE is filed within due date, benefit of 115BAC can be claimed even if return is filed after due date.

Item by Item Instructions to fill up the Return Form

PartA – General Information

Field Name Instruction
PERSONAL INFORMATION
First Name Enter the First Name as per PAN card
Middle Name Enter the Middle Name as per PAN card
Last Name Enter the Last Name as per PAN card
PAN Enter the PAN as in PAN card
Flat/ Door/ Block No. Enter the Flat or House Number
Name of Premises/ Building / Village Enter the name of the Premises or Building or Apartment or Village
Status Please tick the applicable check box, indicating the status under which the return is being filed-

(a) Individual

(b) Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

Road/ Street/Post Office Enter the name of the Post office or Road or Street in which the house is situated
Date of Birth Enter the Date of Birth as per the PAN card
Area/ Locality Enter the name of area or locality in which the house is situated
Aadhaar Number (12 digits) / Aadhaar Enrolment Id (28

digits)

Enter the Aadhaar Number (12 digits) as mentioned in Aadhaar Card. In case Aadhaar number has been applied for but not yet allotted, please enter the Aadhaar

Enrolment number (28 digits).

Town/ City/ District Enter the name of town or City or District in which the house is situated
State Select the name of State from the dropdown
Country Select the name of country from the dropdown
PIN Code/ Zip Code Enter the PIN Code/ Zip Code of the Post Office
Residential/ Office Phone Number with STD code Mobile No.1 Enter the residential or office landline number with STD code, or enter PAN holder’s mobile number. This will be used for official communication with the PAN holder.
Mobile No.2 Enter the mobile number ofany other person, as an alternative number for communication.
Email Address (Self) Enter the PAN holder’s email address. This will be used for official communication with the PAN holder.
Email Address-2 Enter the Email Address of PAN holder or any other

person, as an alternative email address for
communication.

FILING STATUS
Filed u/s Please tick the applicable check box, indicating the section under which the return is being filed –

(a) If filed voluntarily on or before the due date, tick ‘139(1)’

(b) If filed voluntarily after the due date, tick ‘139(4)’

(c) If this is a revised return, tick ‘139(5)’

(d) If this is a modified return, filed in accordance with an Advanced Pricing Agreement (APA), tick ‘92CD’

(e) If filed in pursuance to an order u/s 119(2)(b) condoning the delay, tick ‘119(2)(b)’

Noo Yes oAre you opting for new tax regime u/s 115BAC?

If yes, please furnish date of filing of form 10-IE along with Acknowledgment number

Assessee having income from business and profession has to mandatorily file Form 10‐IE to opt for new tax regime u/s 115BAC. In case new tax regime is being opted, please select checkbox as ‘Yes’ and enter the date of filing of form 10‐IE and acknowledgement number. If new tax regime is opted, loss under the head House Property is not allowed to be set off and the following deductions/allowances cannot be claimed 1) Certain allowances u/s section 10 (LTA, HRA, allowances granted to meet expenses in performance of duties of office, Allowances granted to meet personal expenses in performance of duties of office, Allowance received by MP/MLA/MLC, Standard deduction in case of Minor child) 2)Deductionsu/s16 (Standard Deduction, Entertainment allowance and Professional tax) 3)Interest payable on borrowed capital for self‐occupied property 4)Standard Deduction in case of family pension 5)Chapter VIA Deduction (life insurance, health insurance premium, pension funds, provident fund, donation etc. except Contribution made by employer to notified pension scheme u/s 80CCD (2)) 6) Deduction u/s 10AA in respect of newly established Units in Special Economic Zones 7) Additional depreciation u/s 32(1) (iia) 8)Deduction u/s 32AD, 33AB, 3ABA, 35AD, 35CCC 9)Deduction for expenditure on scientific research to a research association or company or university, college or other institution or National Laboratory or a University or an Indian Institute of Technology u/s 35
Are you filing return of income under seventh proviso to Section 139(1) but otherwise not required to furnish return of income? Noo Yes o(Tick) If yes, please furnish following information [Note: To be filled only if a person is not required to furnish a return of income under section 139(1) but filing return of income due to fulfilling one or more conditions mentioned in the seventh proviso to section 139(1)] In case the return is being filed if any one or all of the below conditions are applicable although the total income before allowing deductions under Chapter VI‐A of the Income‐tax Act or deduction for capital gains (section 54 to 54GB) , does not exceeds the maximum amount which is not chargeable to income‐tax, tick ‘Yes’: Deposit of amount or aggregates of amount exceeding Rs 1 crore in one or more current accounts. Incurred expenditure of an amount or aggregate of amount exceeding Rs. 2 lakhs for travel to a foreign country for yourself or any other person. Incurred expenditure of amount or aggregate of amount exceeding Rs. 1 lakh on consumption of electricity. Select ‘No’ if total income before allowing deductions under Chapter VI‐A of the Income‐tax Act or deduction for capital gains (section 54 to 54GB) , exceeds the maximum amount which is not chargeable to income‐tax.
Have you deposited amount or aggregate of amounts exceeding Rs. 1 Crore in one or more current account during the previous year? (Yes/No) Please tick ‘Yes’ in case an amount / aggregate amount exceeding Rs.1 Crores is deposited in one or more current account during the period 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021, else tick ‘No’. Please enter amount / aggregate amount deposited if ‘Yes’ is ticked.
Have you incurred expenditure of an amount or aggregate of amount exceeding Rs. 2 lakhs for travel to a foreign country for yourself or for any other person? (Yes/ No) Please tick ‘Yes’ if expenditure incurred of an amount/ aggregate amount exceeding 2 lakhs for travel to a foreign country for self or for any other person, else tick ‘No’ Please enter amount/ aggregate amount of expenditure if ‘Yes’ is ticked.
Have you incurred expenditure of amount or aggregate of amount exceeding Rs. 1 lakh on consumption of electricity during the previous year? (Yes/No) Please tick ‘Yes’ if expenditure incurred of an amount/ aggregate amount exceeding Rs.1 lakh on consumption of electricity during the period 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021, else tick ‘No’. Please enter amount/ aggregate amount of expenditure if ‘Yes’ is ticked
If revised/ defective/ modified, then enter Receipt No. and Date of filing original return If this is a revised return, or a return being filed in response to notice under section 139(9), or a modified return filed in accordance with an APA, please enter the acknowledgement number and date of filing of the original return.
Or Filed in response to notice u/s In case the return is being filed in response to a statutory notice, please tick the applicable checkbox –

(a) If filed in response to a notice u/s 139(9), tick ‘139(9)’

(b) If filed in response to notice u/s 142(1), tick ‘142(1)’

(c) If filed in response to notice u/s 148, tick ‘148’

If filed in response to notice or order, please enter Unique Number/Document Identification Number & Date of such Notice or Order or if filed u/s 92CD enter date of advance pricing agreement In case the return is being filed in response to a statutory notice, or in pursuance to an order under section 119(2)(b) condoning the delay, or in accordance with an APA u/s 92CD, please enter the unique number/document identification number and date of the relevant statutory notice, or the date of condonation order or the date on which the Advanced Pricing Agreement was entered (as applicable).
Residential Status in India (for individuals)

(Tick applicable option)

If you are an individual, please specify your residential status in the given list:

A. Resident.

B. Resident but not Ordinarily resident (RNOR)

C. Non-Resident

In case you are a resident/RNOR, please also indicate the basis for claiming status of resident/RNOR by checking the applicable box against these categories.

In case you are a non-resident, please specify the

jurisdiction of residence during the previous year and your Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) in that jurisdiction.

In case you are a non-resident, but a citizen of India or person of Indian origin, please specify the total number of days for which you stayed in India during the previous year, and during the four preceding years.

In case TIN has not been allotted in the jurisdiction of residence, the passport number should be mentioned instead of TIN. Name of the country in which the passport

was issued should be mentioned in the column
“jurisdiction of residence”.

Residential Status in India (for HUF)

(Tick applicable option)

If you are a HUF, please specify your residential status by ticking the applicable checkbox:

  • Resident.
  • Resident but not Ordinarily resident (RNOR)
  • Non-Resident
Do you want to claim the benefit u/s 115H

(Applicable in case of Resident)

If you were NRI in earlier years, but are a resident in India for this year, please specify whether you want to claim benefit of special provisions under Chapter XII-A in respectof investment income from any foreign exchange asset, by ticking the applicable checkbox:

  • Yes
  • No
Are you governed by Portuguese Civil Code as per section 5A? If you are governed by the system of community of property under the Portuguese Civil Code 1860, please

tick ‘Yes’ and fill up the information necessary for apportionment of income between husband and wife in Schedule 5A. Else, tick ‘No’.

Whether this return is being filed by a representative
assessee
Please tick the applicable check box.

  • Yes
  • No

In case the return is being filed by a representative assessee, please furnish the following information:-

(a) Name of the representative

(b) Capacity of the representative (select from drop down list)

(c) Address of the representative

(d) PAN of the representative

(e) Aadhaar Number of the representative

Whether you are Partner in a firm? If you were Partner in a firm at any time during the previous year, please tick ‘Yes’ and provide information about name & PAN of the firm.

Else, tick ‘No’.

Whether you were Director in a company at any time during the previous year? If you are an individual and were Director in a company at any time during the previous year, please tick ‘Yes’ and provide information about name, type & PAN of the company, your DIN and indicate whether, or not, shares of the company are listed on a recognised stock exchange. Else, tick ‘No’.

Please note that furnishing of PAN and DIN is not mandatory in case of a foreign company.

a) In case you are a director of a Foreign Company which does not have PAN. You should choose “foreign company” in the drop-down provided for

“type of company”. In such case, PAN is not
mandatory. However, PAN should be mentioned, if such foreign company has been allotted a PAN.

b) A non-resident taxpayer who is Director only in a foreign company, which does not have any income received in India, or accruing or arising in India, should answer the relevant question in the negative, whereupon he would not be required to disclose details of such foreign company.

c) A non-resident taxpayer, who is Director in a
domestic company and also in a foreign company, which does not have any income received in India, or accruing or arising in India, should answer the relevant question in the affirmative, and provide details of directorship in the domestic company only.

d) A resident taxpayer is required to disclose details of directorship in any company, including foreign company, in the relevant column.

Whether you have held unlisted equity shares at any time during the previous year? If you have held investment in any unlisted equity shares at any time during the previous year, please tick ‘Yes’ and furnish information about name, type & PAN of company, opening balance, shares acquired/ transferred during the year and closing balance, in the given table. Else, tick ‘No’. a) If you have held shares of a company during the previous year, which are listed in a recognized stock exchange outside India. You may select “No” here and you are not required to report the requisite details here b) In case have held equity shares of a company which were previously listed in a recognised stock exchange but delisted subsequently, and became unlisted. In such cases PAN of the company may be furnished if it is available. In case PAN of delisted company cannot be obtained, you may enter a default value in place of PAN, as “NNNNN0000N”. c) In case unlisted equity shares are acquired or transferred by way of gift, will, amalgamation, merger, demerger, or bonus issue etc., In such cases You may enter zero or the appropriate value against “cost of acquisition” or “sale consideration” in such cases. Please note that the details of unlisted equity shares held during the year are required only for the purpose of reporting. The quantitative details entered in this column are not relevant for the purpose of computation of total income or tax liability d) Even in case where you have held shares in an unlisted foreign company which has been duly reported in the Schedule FA. You are required to report the same again in this clause. e) Even in case where you have held unlisted equity shares as stock‐in‐trade of business during the previous year you are required to report the same in this clause. f) In case you are holding equity shares of a Co‐ operative Bank or Credit Societies, which are unlisted, onlythe details of equity shareholding in any entity which is registered under the Companies Act, and is not listed on any recognised stock exchange, is only required to be reported.
In case of non‐resident, is there a permanent establishment (PE) in India? If you are a non‐resident, please specify whether you have a permanent establishment in India by ticking the applicable checkbox: Yeso Noo
Whether assessee is located in an International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) and derives income solely in convertible foreign exchange? If you are located in IFSC and derives income solely in convertible foreign exchange, please tick the applicable checkbox: Yeso Noo
AUDIT INFORMATION
Are you liable to maintain accounts as per section 44AA? Please indicate whether you are liable to maintain books of accounts and other documents u/s 44AA necessary for computation of total income in accordance with the provisions of the Income‐tax Act by ticking the applicable checkbox: Yeso Noo In case you are engaged in any specified profession (i.e. legal, medical, engineering, architecture, accountancy, technical consultancy, interior decoration or any other notified profession), or your income from business or non‐ specified profession exceeds Rs. 2.5 lakh, or the turnover of such business or non‐specified profession exceeds Rs. 25 lakhs, you are liable to keep and maintain books of accounts and other documents.
Whether assessee is declaring income only under section 44AE/44B/44BB/ 44AD/44AD A/44BBA/44BBB Please indicate whether you are declaring income only under section 44AE/44B/44BB/44AD/ 44ADA44BBA/44BBB by ticking the applicable checkbox:

  • Yes
  • No
If No, whether during the year Total sales/turnover/gross receipts of business exceeds Rs. 1 crore but does not exceeds Rs. 5 Crore? If no is selected above, whether during the year Total sales/turnover/gross receipts of business exceeds Rs. 1 crore but does not exceeds Rs. 10 Crore by ticking the applicable checkbox:

  • Yes
  • No
If Yes is selected at a2i, whether aggregate of all amounts received including amount received for sales, turnover or gross receipts or on capital account such as capital contribution, loans etc. during the previous year, in cash, does not exceed five per cent of said amount? Please indicate whether aggregate of all amounts received including amount received for sales, turnover or gross receipts or on capital account such as capital contribution, loans etc. during the previous year, in cash, does not exceed five per cent of said amount by ticking the applicable checkbox Yeso Noo
If Yes is selected at a2i, whether aggregate of all payments made including amount incurred for
expenditure or on capital account such as asset acquisition, repayment of loan etc., in cash, during the previous year does not exceed five per cent of the said payment ?
Please indicate whether aggregate of all payments made including amount incurred for expenditure or on capital account such as asset acquisition, repayment of loan etc. in cash, during the previous year does not exceed five per cent of the said payment by ticking the applicable checkbox:

  • Yes
  • No
Are you liable for audit under section 44AB? Please indicate whether you are liable to get your accounts audited by an accountant and furnish the report of audit u/s 44AB by ticking the applicable checkbox:

  • Yes
  • No
If (b) is Yes, whether the accounts have been audited by an accountant?

If Yes, furnish the following information below

In case you are liable for audit, please indicate whether the accounts have been audited by an accountant and furnish the following details of audit-

(1) Date of furnishing of the audit report (DD/MM/YYYY)

(2) Name of the auditor signing the tax audit report

(3) Membership No. of the auditor

(4) Name of the auditor (proprietorship/ firm)

(5) Proprietorship/firm registration number

(6) Permanent Account Number (PAN)/Aadhaar Number of the proprietorship/ firm

(7) Date of report of the audit

Please ensure that form 3CA-3CD or form 3CB-3CD is filed at e-filing portal

Are you liable for Audit u/s 92E? In case you have entered into an international transaction or specified domestic transaction during the previous year, please tick ‘Yes’.

Else, tick ‘No’.

If liable for Audit u/s 92E, Whether the accounts has been audited u/s 92E? In case accounts has been audited u/s 92E please tick ‘Yes’ and mention date of furnishing the audit report u/s 92E. Else, tick ‘No’.

If yes is selected, please ensure that form 3CEB is filed at e-filing portal

In case you are liable to furnish an audit report under any other provision of the Income-tax Act, please select the relevant clause and section from the given list and mention the date of furnishing such audit report.

List of provisions mandating audit report: –

1. 10A

2. 10AA

3. 33AB

4. 33ABA

5. 44DA

6. 50B

7. 80-IA

8. 80-IB

9. 80-IC

10. 80-ID

11. 80-IE

12. 80JJAA

13. 80LA

14. 115JC

Date of furnishing audit report? DD/MM/YYYY
If liable to furnish other audit report, mention whether have you furnished such report. If yes, please provide the details as under:

1) Section code

2) Date (DD/MM/YYYY)

If liable to audit under any Act other than the Income-tax act, mention the Act, section and date of furnishing the audit report? In case your accounts are required to be audited under any other law (other than Income‐tax Act), please specify the relevant provision mandating the audit, and mention the date of furnishing such audit report.

List of other laws mandating audit:-

Banking Regulation Act, 1949

Central Excise Act, 1944

Central Sales Tax Act, 1956

Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

Charitable And Religious Trusts Act, 1920

Electricity Act, 2003

Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions

Act, 1952

Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999

Government Superannuation Fund Act, 1956

Indian Trusts Act, 1882

Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008

Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972

SEBI Act, 1992

Securities Contract (Regulation) Act, 1956

State Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

Union Territories Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017

Others

In case of others a text box shall be provided to enter details.

Nature of Business

Please enter the name of business, business Code and description of business. The applicable business code can be selected from the list provided at the end of this instruction. If you were engaged in more than one business or profession during the previous year, indicate the all activities or products.

However, in case you are declaring income from business or profession on presumptive basis u/s. 44AD, u/s. 44ADA or u/s. 44AE, please fill up the details of nature of business with respect to income u/s 44AD, u/s 44ADA and u/s 44AE at column 61 or column 62 or column 63 of Part A- P&L (as applicable) instead of thisschedule.

PART A – BS

In this part, please fill up the details of the Balance Sheet items as on 31st March, 2021, as per the given format, in respect of the proprietary business or profession carried out during the financial year 2020-21.

The reported figures of the balance sheet should match with the audited balance sheet, in case the accounts were required to be audited. Any other activity not being accounted in the books of proprietary business or profession, need not be included in this balance sheet.

However, in case you were not required to maintain regular books of account of the business or profession, please fill up only the summary details sought at item No. 6 of this part and leave out other parts.

Part A Manufacturing Account(Item No. 1 to 3)

In this part, please fill up the details of Manufacturing Account for the financial year 2020-21 such as the opening inventory, purchases, direct wages, direct expenses, factory overheads and closing stock. At item No. 3 of this part, the cost of goods produced is computed on the basis of figures reported for debits to manufacturing account and closing stock. which is then transferred to item No. 11 of trading account.

However, in case you were not required to maintain regular books of account of the business or profession, please fill up only the details sought at item No. 61(income taxable u/s. 44AD) or 62(income taxable u/s. 44ADA) or 63(income taxable u/s. 44AE) or 64 (if regular books of accounts are not maintained for business or profession)or 65 (if regular books of accounts are not maintained for speculative business) of Part A – P&L, whichever is applicable, and leave out this part.

Part ATrading Account (Item No. 4 to 12)

In this part, please fill up the details of Trading Account for the financial year 2020-21 such as Sales/Gross receipts of business/profession, duties, taxes and cess etc. in respect of supplies, closing stock and opening stock of finished goods, purchases, direct expenses, duties/taxes etc. in respect of purchases. At item No. 12 of this part, the gross profit from business/profession is computed on the basis of figures reported for sales etc. which is then transferred to item No. 13 of profit and loss account.

However, in case you were not required to maintain regular books of account of the business or profession, please fill up only the details sought at item No. 61(income taxable u/s. 44AD) or 62(income taxable u/s. 44ADA) or 63(income taxable u/s. 44AE) or 64 (if regular books of accounts are not maintained for business or profession) or 65 (if regular books of accounts are not maintained for speculative business) of Part A – P&L, whichever is applicable, and leave out this part.

Part A P& L (Item No. 13 to 60)

In this part, please fill up the details of the profit and loss account for the financial year 2020-21 as per the given format, in respect of the proprietary business or profession carried out during the financial year 2020-21.

In case you were required to maintain regular books of accounts for the proprietary business or profession, please fill up details at item No. 13 to 60.

In case you are not required to maintain regular books of accounts, please fill up details at item No. 61(income taxable u/s. 44AD) or 62(income taxable u/s. 44ADA) or 63(income taxable u/s. 44AE) or 64 (if regular books of accounts are not maintained for business or profession) or 65 (if regular books of accounts are not maintained for speculative business) of this part, whichever is applicable, and leave out other items.

The reported figures of the profit and loss account should match with the audited profit and loss account, in case the accounts were required to be audited. Any other activity not being accounted in the books of proprietary business or profession need not be included in this profit and loss account.

Part A P& L (Item No. 61)

Please fill up item No. 61 only in case you are declaring income from any business activity on presumptive basis as per section 44AD. Please also ensure that the receipts/income from such business activity should not be included in the proprietary business or profession being reported at item Nos. 1 to 60.

In the table, please enter the name of business, business code and description of business. The applicable business code can be selected from the list provided at the end of this instruction.

The gross turnover or receipts from the business during the financial year should be reported at column 61(i). The break-up of total turnover in terms of turnover realised through digital modes and turnover realised through other modes (cash etc.) should also be furnished at columns 61(ia) and 61(ib) respectively.

The presumptive income from the business should be reported at column 61(ii), which is required to be computed @ 6% in respect of turnover realised through digital modes and @ 8% in respect of turnover realised through other modes (cash etc.).

In case you have actually earned income at the rates higher than the specified percentage of turnover (i.e. 8% or 6%, as applicable), please note that you have to declare income at such higher rate.

However, if the income being declared is less than the specified percentage of turnover, it is mandatory to maintain books of accounts and get the same audited under section 44AB. In such case, the details of tax audit have to be mentioned in Part-A (General) – Audit information and the details of income etc. have to be reported in the regular columns i.e. item No. 1 to 60.

Part A P& L (Item No. 62)

Please fill up item No. 62 only in case you are declaring income from any professional activity on presumptive basis as per section 44ADA. Please also ensure that the receipts/income from such profession activity should not be included in the proprietary business or profession being reported at item Nos. 1 to 60.

In the table, please enter the name of profession, business code and description of profession. The applicable business code can be selected from the list provided at the end of this instruction.

The gross receipts from the professional activity during the financial year should be reported at column 62(i).

The presumptive income from the professional activity should be reported at column 62(ii), which is required to be computed @ 50% of gross receipts.

In case you have actually earned income at the rates higher than the specified percentage of gross receipts (i.e. 50%), please note that you have to declare income at such higher rate.

However, if the income being declared is less than the specified percentage of gross receipts, it is mandatory to maintain books of accounts and get the same audited under section 44AB. In such case, the details of tax audit have to be mentioned in Part-A (General) – Audit information and the details of income etc. have to be reported in the regular columns i.e. item No. 1 to 60.

Part A P& L (Item No. 63)

Please fill up item No. 63 only in case you are declaring income from business of plying, hiring or leasing of goods carriages on presumptive basis as per section 44AE. Please also ensure that the receipts/income from such business activity should not be included in the proprietary business or profession being reported at item Nos. 1 to 60.

In the first table, please enter the name of business, business code and description of business. The applicable business code can be selected from the list provided at the end of this instruction.

In the second table at S. No. 63(i), please enter the details of registration No., ownership, tonnage capacity, period of ownership and presumptive income in respect of each goods carriage in the respective column. These details are to be furnished separately for each goods carriage owned during the year, in separate rows,

The total presumptive income from the business of goods carriages should be reported at S. No. 63(ii), which is the aggregate amount of presumptive incomes from each goods carriage reported at column (5) of the second table.In the column on ownership [column No. (2)], please indicate whether the goods carriage was engaged for plying, hiring or leasing by the assessee. In the column on period of ownership [column No. (4)], please mention the number of months for which the goods carriage was engaged in plying, hiring or leasing by the assessee. If the “Tonnage Capacity of goods carriage(in MT)” > 12, then Presumptive income u/s 44AE for the goods carriage for such vehicle should be as computed atleast @ Rs.1000 per tone per month and if in case tonnage does not exceeds 12MT, then Presumptive income u/s 44AE for the goods carriage for such vehicle should be computed as atleast @ Rs.7500 per month.

Please note at any time during the year the number of vehicles should not exceed, ten vehicles

In case you have actually earned income at the rates higher than the specified rate per vehicleper month, please note that you have to declare income at such higher rate.

However, if the income being declared is less than the specified rates per vehicle, or number of vehicles exceeds ten at any time during the year, it is mandatory to maintain books of accounts and get the same audited under section 44AB. In such case, the details of tax audit have to be mentioned in Part-A (General) – Audit information and the details of income etc. have to be reported in the regular columns i.e. item No. 1 to 60.

Part A P& L (Item No. 64)

In case you are not required to maintain regular books of accounts in respect of the business or profession carried on during the year, please fill up the summary details in respect of such activity at column 64 viz. gross receipts, gross profit, expenses and net profit. Declaring of loss from business / profession under no books of accounts is restricted.

Part A P& L (Item No. 65)

In case you are engaged in any speculative activity during the year, please fill up the summary details in respect of such activity at column 65 viz. turnover, gross profit, expenses and net income.

PART AOI (Other Information)

Part A-OI, contains details of allowances & disallowances under Income tax act. In case the books of accounts of the proprietary business or profession were required to be audited under section 44AB; it is mandatory to fill up the information sought at various items (item No. 1 to 17) of this part. Otherwise, please fill up the information at items which are applicable. Blank numeric fields will be treated as zeroes

Further, the figures mentioned against those items which are also required to be reported in the tax audit u/s 44AB should match with the information given in the tax audit report. Please refer Annexure 1 for the fields of Audit report is compared with the Returns.

PART AQD (Quantitative Details)

In Part A-QD, the quantitative details of trading and manufacturing account are required to be furnished in respect of principal items.

In case the books of accounts of the proprietary business or profession were required to be audited under section 44AB; it is mandatory to fill up the information sought at various items of this part.

In case of a trading concern, please fill up the quantitative details of opening stock, purchase and sales during the year and closing stock for principal items.

In case of a manufacturing concern, please fill up the quantitative details of main items of raw materials (viz. opening stock; purchase, consumption and sales during the year; closing stock & yield of finished products) and quantitative details of main items of finished products and by-products (viz. opening stock; purchase, manufacturing and sales during the year; closing stock).

Schedule SDetails of Income from Salary

Field Name Instruction
Name of employer Enter the name of the Employer.
Nature of Employer In case of individuals, please tick the applicable check box-

(a) If you are a Central Government Employee, tick ‘Central Government’

(b) If you are a State Government Employee, tick ‘State Government’

(b) If you are an employee of Public Sector Enterprise (whether Central or State Government), tick ‘Public Sector Undertaking’

(c) If you are drawing pension, tick ‘Pensioners’

(d) If you are an employee of Private Sector concern, tick ‘Others’

TAN of Employer

(mandatory if tax is deducted)

Please enter the Tax deduction Account Number (TAN) of the Employer as mentioned in Form-16.
Address of employer Please enter the complete address of the employer including name of town or city, State and Pin code/Zip code. The name of State has to be selected from the drop down list.
Town/City
State
Pin code/ Zip code
1 Gross Salary This is an auto-populated field representing aggregate of the amounts entered at fields (1a), (1b) and (1c) below.
1a Salary as per section 17(1) Please select the type of salary payments from the given list and enter the amount.In case more than one type of salary payment has been received during the year, please report each type of payment as separate line item.

List of types of salary payment :-

1. Basic Salary

2. Dearness Allowance (DA)

3. Conveyance Allowance

4. House Rent Allowance (HRA)

5. Leave Travel Allowance (LTA)

6. Children Education Allowance (CEA)

7. Other Allowance

8. The contribution made by employer towards pension scheme as referred under section 80CCD

9. Amount deemed to be income under rule 6 of Part-A of Fourth Schedule

10. Amount deemed to be income under rule 11(4) of Part-A of Fourth Schedule

11. Annuity or pension

12. Commuted Pension

13. Gratuity

14. Fees/ commission

15. Advance of salary

16. Leave Encashment

17. Others (please enter the details in the text box)

1b

 

Value of perquisites as per section 17(2)

 

Please select the type of perquisites from the given list and enter the value thereof. In case more than one type of perquisite has been received during the year, please
report each type of perquisite as separate line item.
List of types of perquisite :-1. Accommodation2. Cars / Other Automotive3. Sweeper, gardener, watchman or personal
attendant
4. Gas, electricity, water5. Interest free or concessional loans6. Holiday expenses7. Free or concessional travel8. Free meals9. Free education10. Gifts, vouchers, etc.11. Credit card expenses12. Club expenses13. Use of movable assets by employees14. Transfer of assets to employee15. Value of any other benefit/ amenity/ service/ privilege16. Stock options allotted or transferred by
employer being an eligible start-up referred to in section 80-IAC
17. Stock options (non-qualified options) other
than ESOP in col 16 above
18. Contribution by employer to fund and scheme taxable under section 17(2)(vii)19. Annual accretion by way of interest, dividend etc. to the balance at the credit of fund and scheme referred to in section 17(2)(vii) and taxable under section 17(2)(viia)20. Other benefits or amenities (please enter the details in a separate text box).
1c Profits in lieu of salary as per section 17(3) Please select the nature of profits in lieu of salary from the given list and enter the value thereof. In case more than one profit in lieu of salary has been received during the year, please report each as a separate line item.

List of types of profits in lieu of salary:-

1. Any compensation due or received by an assessee from an employer or former employer in connection with the termination of his employment or modification thereto.

2. Any payment due or received by an assessee from an employer or former employer, or from a provident or other fund sum received under Keyman Insurance Policy, including bonus on such policy.

3. Any amount due or received by an assessee from any person before joining any employment with that person, or after cessation of his employment with that person.

4. Any other (please enter the details in a separate text box).

In case you are employed with more than one employer during the year, please provide details of Gross Salary at column (1), as also break-up thereof at columns (1a), (1b) and (1c), separately for each employer, by adding multiple rows as necessary.
2 Total Gross Salary Please enter the aggregate amount of gross salary received from all employers during the year.
3

 

Less allowances to the extent exempt u/s 10

(Note-Ensure that it is
included in Total Gross salary in (2) above )

 

Please select the allowances from the drop down (as per list) and enter the amount which is exempt. In case multiple allowances are claimed as exempt, please enter details of each allowance as separate line item.

List of allowances:-

Sec 10(5)- Travel concession/assistance received This allowance cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
Sec 10(6)- Remuneration received as an official, by whatever name called, of an Embassy, High Commission etc.
Sec 10(7)- Allowances or perquisites paid or allowed as such outside India by the Government to a citizen of India for rendering services outside India
Sec 10(10)- Death–cum-retirement gratuity received
Sec 10(10A)- Commuted value of pension received
Sec 10(10AA)- Earned leave encashment on retirement Note: If category of employer is other than “Central or State Government” deduction u/s. 10(10AA) shall be restricted to Rs. 3 Lakh
Sec 10(10B) First Proviso- Compensation limit notified by CG in the Official Gazette
Sec 10(10B) Second proviso- Compensation under scheme approved by the Central Government
Sec 10(10C)- Amount received/receivable on voluntary retirement or termination of service
Sec 10(10CC)- Tax paid by employer on non-monetary perquisite
Sec 10(13A)- Allowance to meet expenditure incurred on house rent

This allowance cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Sec 10(14)(i)- Allowances or benefit, not being in the nature of perquisite, specifically granted to meet expenses incurred in the performance of the duties of an office or employment of profit

This allowance cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Sec 10(14)(ii)- Allowances or benefits not in a nature of perquisite specifically granted in performance of duties of office or employment.

This allowance cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Section 10(14)(i) – Allowances referred in sub-clauses (a) to (c) of sub-rule (1) in Rule 2BB

(This allowance can be claimed only if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted)

Section 10(14)(ii) -Transport allowance granted to certain physically handicapped assessee

(This allowance can be claimed only if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted)

Any Other exemption – In case of any other allowances enter the details in a text box provided.
4 Net Salary (2 – 3) This is an auto-populated field representing the net amount, after deducting the exempt allowances [3] from the Gross Salary [2].
5. Deductions u/s 16 (5a + 5b + 5c) This is an auto-populated field representing aggregate of the amounts entered at fields (5a), (5b) and (5c) below.
5a Standard Deduction u/s 16(ia) This is an auto-populated field as lower of 4 (Net Salary) or Rs. 50, 000.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

5b Entertainment allowance u/s 16(ii) Please enter the amount of Entertainment allowance admissible as deduction u/s 16(ii) (as per Part B of Form 16)

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

5c Professional tax u/s 16(iii) Please enter the amount of Professional tax paid which is admissible as deduction u/s 16(iii) (as per Part B of Form 16)

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

6 Income chargeable under the Head
‘Salaries’ (4 – 5)
This is an auto-populated field representing the net amount, after claiming deductions under section 16 [5] against the Net Salary [4].

Schedule HP‐Details of Income from House Property

Please indicate ownership of the house property, income from which is being reported in this Schedule, by selecting from the list in the drop-down menuSelf/Minor/Spouse/Others
Field Name Instruction
Address of property Please enter the complete address of the property including name of town or city, State and Pin code/Zip code. The name of State and Country has to be selected from the drop-down list.
Town/City
State
Pin code/ Zip code
Is the property co-owned Please state whether the property is co-owned by you along with other owners by ticking the applicable checkbox –

  • Yes
  • No
Your percentage of share in the Property If yes, please specify your percentage share in the property in the given box.
Name of other(s) Co-owners If yes, please specify the name, PAN, Aadhaar and respective percentage shares of other co-owners of the property. Please add rows as necessary.
PAN of Co-owner(s)
Aadhaar No. of co-owner
Percentage share of in the property%
Type of House property Please tick the applicable check box, indicating the usage of the house property during the previous year-

(a) If the house property consist of a house, or part of a house, which is self-occupied, or treated as self-occupied u/s 23(2), tick ‘Self-Occupied’

(b) If the house property, or part thereof, was actually let out during whole or part of the year, tick ‘Let Out’

(c) If the house property, or part thereof, is deemed to be let out u/s 23(4), tick ‘Deemed Let Out’.

Name(s) of Tenant If the property was actually let out during the year or part of the year, please mention name, PAN, Aadhaar No. and TAN of the tenant(s). Furnishing of PAN of tenant is mandatory if tax has been deducted at source u/s 194-IB. Furnishing of TAN of tenant is mandatory if tax has been deducted at source u/s 194-I.
PAN of Tenant(s)
Aadhaar No. of Tenant(s)
PAN/TAN/Aadhaar No. of Tenant(s)
1a Gross rent received/ receivable/ lettable
value during the year
If the house property is actually let out, please enter the amount of actual rent received or receivable in respect of the property during the year. Otherwise, enter the

amount for which the property might reasonably be expected to let during the year.

1b The amount of rent which cannot be
realised
Please enter the amount of rent, out of the Gross rent receivable, which cannot be realised by the owner and has become irrecoverable. [Please refer Rule 4 and
Explanation below sub-section (1) of section 23]
1c Tax paid to local

authorities

Please enter the amount of tax on house property which has been actually paid during the year, to local authorities such as municipal taxes paid etc.
1d Total (1b + 1c) This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of unrealised rent [1b] and taxes paid to local authorities [1c].
1e Annual Value (1a–1d) This is an auto-populated field representing the amount of Gross rent [1a] as reduced by amounts deductible

therefrom for computing annual value [1d]. In case of self-occupied property, this field shall be taken as nil.

1f Annual value of the

property owned

Please compute the annual value of the share of property which is owned by you, by multiplying the annual value arrived at column (1e) with your percentage share in the property.
1g 30% of 1f Please enter 30% of Annual Value of your share of your property.
1h Interest payable on borrowed capital In case the property has been acquired/ constructed/ repaired/ renewed/ reconstructed with borrowed capital, please enter the actual amount of interest payable on such borrowed capital.

In case the house property is ‘self-occupied’ as per provisions of section 23(2), the amount of interest payable on borrowed capital shall be restricted to Rs. 2 lakh or 30 thousand, as the case may be.

In case the house property is ‘self-occupied’ and new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted, interest payable on borrowed capital cannot be claimed

1i Total (1g + 1h) This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of amounts deductible u/s 24 under the head ‘house property’, namely, 30% of annual value [1g] and interest payable on borrowed capital [1h].
1j Arrears/Unrealized Rent received during the year Less 30% In case arrears of rent have been received, or unrealised rent has been realised subsequently from a tenant in respect of the house property, during the year, please enter the amount of arrears/unrealized rent so received, after reducing a sum equal to 30% of the arrears/ unrealised rent.
1k Income from house property 1 (1f-1i+ 1j) This is an auto-populated field representing the net income from house property which is computed as annual value [1f] as reduced by total amounts deductible u/s 24 [1i] and as increased by arrears of rent etc. [1j]
Please fill up all the details above separately for each property owned or co-owned by you during the year income from which is assessable under the head ‘house property’ and compute net income from each house property separately.
2 Income from house property 2 (2f-2i+ 2j) This represents income from house property-2 which is computed in a similar manner as given at item No. 1 above.
3 Pass through income/ Loss, if any The details of pass through income/loss from business trust or investment fund as per section 115UA or 115UB are required to be reported separately in Schedule PTI.

If any amount of pass through income/loss reported therein is of the nature of house property income, the same has to be reported at this column in the Schedule HPfor including the same in head-wise computation.

4 Income under the head “Income from house property” This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of net incomes from all house properties owned during the year [1k + 2k + …………….. ] and also the pass through income/loss of the nature of house property [3].

In case new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted and net computation under the head ‘House Property’ is a loss, the same cannot be set-off against income under any other head

Schedule BP – Computation of income from business or profession

In this Schedule, income chargeable under the head ‘Profits and gains of business or profession’ is computed starting from the net profit before taxes arrived at in the profit and loss account which is appearing at item No. 53 or item No. 61(ii) or item No. 62(ii) or item No. 63(ii) or item No. 64(iii) or item No. 65(iv).

Note: In case, the income includes income from royalty and FTS and if you want to claim benefit of lower tax rate of DTAA, then this income shall be reported in Schedule OS. If the same is included in Part A- P&L you may reduce the same from income chargeable under the head business & profession at Sr. No. 3c and report the income under Schedule Other Sources.

In case any amount is reduced from credit side of profit and loss account to be shown under any other head of income, please ensure that the same is correctly reported in the corresponding head of income.

In case any amount is reduced from credit side of profit and loss account being exempt income, please ensure that the same is correctly reported in the schedule of exempt income.

Thereafter, profits or incomes of the following nature, which are included in the above net profit are deducted therefrom for separate consideration:-

  • Profit from speculative businesses
  • Profit from specified businesses u/s 35AD
  • Income credited to P&L which is to be considered under other heads
  • Incomes chargeable at special rates u/s. 115BBF/115BBG

(Note – Please indicate break-up of Income from Other source between dividend income and other than dividend income)

  • Profits from business or profession computed on presumptive basis
  • Incomes credited to P&L which is exempt
  • Income from activities which are covered under Rule 7, 7A, 7B and 8

Expenses debited to the P&L account relating to the above categories of income are added back along with book depreciation and amortization. The depreciation admissible as per the provisions of the Income-tax Act is deducted to arrive at profit after adjustment of depreciation at item No. 13.

Item No.14 to item No. 19, list various disallowances of expenses debited to the P&L account whereas item No. 20 to 25 provide for additions of deemed incomes under various provisions of the Act. Out of these, item No. 23 is the residual column for entering any other type of income to be added and it should be minimum of Sr no. (5a to 5d) of Schedule OI. Any other income which is not included in the P&L account such as salary, commission, bonus or interest earned by the individual/HUF from any firm as a partner, should be separately reported at item No. 24. The aggregate amount of additions and disallowances are captured as an auto-filled figure at item No. 26.

Further, item No. 27 to item No. 33 provide for deductions allowable under various provisions of the Act. Out of these, item No. 32 is a residual column for entering any other amount allowable as deduction. The aggregate amount of deductions allowableare captured as an auto-filled figure at item No. 34.

The net business income is computed at item No. 35, after adding the aggregate amount of additions and disallowances (item No. 26) to the adjusted profit and loss (item No. 13) and reducing the permissible deductions therefrom (item No. 34).

The profits and gains from business and profession computed as per special provisions on presumptive basis are reported separately at item No. 36. Profits in respect of each such activity should be reported as a separate line item.

The total net profit from business or profession is computed at item No. 37 as aggregate of net business income (item No. 35) and profits computed on presumptive basis (item No. 36).

In a case where income from activities covered under Rule 7, 7A, 7B and 8 is included in the P&L account, the break-up of deemed business income chargeable under these rules and business income chargeable other than these rules is required to be mentioned at item No. 38. In such a case, balance of income deemed as agricultural income should be reported at item No. 38.

In any other case, only the figure of net profit from business or profession computed at item No. 37 should be reported at item No. 38.

Note: In case you are reporting loss at Sr. No. 38 of Schedule Business or Profession or in at Sr. No. 64(i)(b), 64(i)(d), 64(ii)(b) and 64(ii)(d), 65ii, 65iv in P&L (No account case) then you are required to maintain books of accounts and get them audited. Alternatively, you should report minimum 8% of turnover as your income else your return may be treated as defective.

Please ensure that following audit report have been filed on or before one month prior to due date of filing of return u/s 139(1) in the following cases: –

Section Form Number
Deduction claimed u/s 33AB(2) 3AC
Deduction claimed u/s 33ABA(2) 3AD
Deduction claimed u/s 35D/35E (form to be filed only when deduction is claimed for the first time ) 3AE
Income taxable u/s 44DA 3CE

Part B of this Schedule provides for separate computation of income from speculative business, in case any profit from speculative business was included in the P&L account.

Part C of this Schedule provides for computation of income from specified business u/s 35AD, in case any profit from specified business was included in the P&L account.

The total income chargeable under the head ‘profits and gains from business and profession’ is computed at Part D of this Schedule, as aggregate of net profit from business or profession other than specified business or speculative business (item No. A38), income from speculative business (item No. B43) and income from specified business (item No. C49).

Part E of this Schedule provides for intra-head set off of normal business losses with incomes from specified business or speculative business during the current year. Losses from specified businesses or speculative businesses, if any, are not allowed to be set off against normal business income.

ScheduleDPM

Schedule DPM provides for computation of depreciation admissible under the Income-tax Act for the year in respect of plant and machinery. This does not include plant and machinery on which full capital expenditure is allowable. Also, if you are eligible and claiming benefit u/s 115BAD, then please enter the amount to be added back / to be adjusted to opening WDV on account of opting for taxation under section 115BAD .

Note :

1. CBDT vide notification dated 20th September 2019 increased depreciation to 45% on motor cars, motor buses etc w.r.t. assets purchased on or after the 23rd day of August, 2019 but before the 1st day of April, 2020 and is put to use before the 1st day of April, 2020. Therefore, no additions will be allowed in 45% block in the AY 2021-22 wrt to such assets.

2. Co-operative society which has opted for section 115BAD is not eligible for deprecation @ 45% (As per Rule 5 ) and additional depreciation u/s 32(1)(iia) as referred in row no 12, 13 and 14 of schedule DPM.

Schedule DOA

Schedule DOA provides for computation of depreciation admissible under the Income-tax Act for the year in respect of other category of assets – land, building, furniture and fittings, intangible assets and ships. This does not include assets on which full capital expenditure is allowable.

Schedule DEP

Schedule DEP contains a summary of depreciation admissible under the Income-tax Act for the year in respect of all category of assets – plant and machinery, land, building, furniture and fittings, intangible assets and ships. This does not include assets on which full capital expenditure is allowable. The figures in this Schedule are taken as computed in the relevant column (s) of Schedule DPM and Schedule DOA.

Schedule DCG

Schedule DCG contains a summary of deemed short-term capital gains on sale of depreciable assets during the year as per the Income-tax Act under various category of assets – plant and machinery, land, building, furniture and fittings, intangible assets and ships. The figures in this Schedule are taken as computed in the relevant column (s) of Schedule DPM and Schedule DOA.

Schedule ESR

Schedule ESR captures the details of expenditure on scientific research etc. referred to in section 35, expenditure on agricultural extension project referred to in section 35CCC and expenditure on skilled development project referred to in section 35CCD. The amounts of specified nature debited to the P&L account, if any, should be reported in column (2) of the Schedule. Out of this, the amount which is eligible for deduction under the relevant provision i.e. section 35, section 35CCC or section 35CCD should be reported in column (3).

Further, in case any deduction has been claimed on account of donations to research associations etc., the name, address and PAN of donee and the mode of donation paid should be provided as per Schedule RA.

ScheduleCG – Capital Gains

Capital gains arising from sale/transfer of different types of capital assets have been segregated. In a case where capital gains arises from sale or transfer of more than one capital asset, which are of same type, please make a consolidated computation of capital gains in respect of all such capital assets of same type except for following:-

a) In case of Long term/Short Term Capital Gain arising on sale of Immovable property i.e. A1 & B1 where capital gain are required to be computed separately for each property and

b) In case of long term capital gains (LTCG) arising on sale of equity shares in a company or unit of equity oriented fund or unit of business trust on which STT is paid, computation of capital gains should be made as per item No. B5 or item No. B8. Please note that separate computation of capital gains should be made for scrip or units of mutual fund sold during the year as per Schedule 112A & 115AD(1)(b)(iii)- It may be noted that if the shares are acquired after 31st Jan 2018, taxpayer can show consolidated amount of sales & purchase in respective schedule 112A & 115AD(1)(b)(iii)-proviso. The net capital gains arising on sale of individual scrips should be aggregated and will be auto-populated to B5 & B8 respectively. Thereafter, tax shall be charged at a flat rate of 10% in Schedule SI on the aggregate LTCG, for the purpose of tax computation after giving benefit of Rs. 1 Lakh each u/s 112A and 115AD(1)(b)(iii). This benefit of Rs.1 Lakh will be given in Schedule SI

Part A of this Schedule provides for computation of short-term capital gains (STCG)from sale of different types of capital assets. Out of this, item No. A4 and A5 are applicable only for non-residents.

Part B of this Schedule provides for computation of long-term capital gains (LTCG) from sale of different types of capital assets. Out of this, item No. B6, B7, B8 and B9 are applicable only for non-residents.

STCG/LTCG on sale of immovable property, if any, should be reported at item No. A1/B1. It is mandatory to disclose the details of immovable property, name and PAN of the buyer etc. as per the given table. These details should be furnished separately for each immovable property transferred during the year.

a) If you have sold land and building. Quoting of PAN of buyer is mandatory only if tax is deducted under section 194-IA or is mentioned in the documents.

b) If you are a resident and have sold land and building situated outside India. The details of property and name of buyer should invariably be mentioned. However, quoting of PAN of buyer is mandatory only if tax is deducted under section 194-IA or is mentioned in the documents.

The details of pass through income/loss from business trust or investment fund as per section 115UA or 115UB are required to be reported separately in Schedule PTI. In case any amount of pass through income/loss reported therein is of the nature of short-term capital gain, the same has to be reported at item No. A8 of this Schedule. Further, in case any amount of pass through income/loss reported therein is of the nature of long-term capital gain, the same has to be reported at item No. B12 of this Schedule.

Amount of STCG/ LTCG on assets referred in A1-A8/ B1- B12 which is chargeable at special rates or not chargeable to tax in India in accordance with the relevant article of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) of India with another country, if any, should be reported at item no. A9/ B13.

In the given table, please report the amount of income at column (2) and furnish other relevant details sought in the table such as relevant article of DTAA at column (5), treaty rate at Column (6), rate as per Income Tax Act at Column (9) and the applicable rate, which is lower of the two rates, at Column (10). Please report whether Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) is obtained from the country of residence in Column (7). This column is applicable only in case of Non-Residents. Please note, if TRC Flag is ‘No’, income will be chargeable as per the applicable rates specified in Part A/B.

Part Cof this Schedule computes the total of short-term capital gain (item No. A10)and long-term capital gain(item No. B14).In case the total amount of long-term capital gain at item No. B14 is a loss figure, the same shall not be allowed to be set off against short-term capital gains. In such a case, the figure at item No. B14 should be taken as Nil and only the figure of item No. A10 should be taken as item C. Deductions can be claimed in respect of capital gains subject to fulfillment of prescribed conditions under sections 54 or 54B or 54D or 54EC or 54F or 54G or 54GA or 54GB or 115F. Deductions u/s. 54, 54EC, 54F, 54GB and 115F are available only against long-term capital gains. In case any deduction is claimed against any type of capital gains, the details of such claim have to be furnished as per part D of this Schedule.

Part E of this Schedule provides for intra-head set off of current year capital losses with current year capitalgains. The Schedule separates different category of capital gains (long-term and short-term) into different baskets according to rate at which the same is chargeable to tax:-

– The applicable rate implies the rate of tax at which the normal income of the assessee is otherwise taxable.

– The DTAA rate refers to the special rate at which the short-term capital gains or long-term capital gains is chargeable to tax in accordance with the relevant article of the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) of India with another country.

The figures in column 1 list out the categories of capital gains against which capital losses of the current year can be set off. Similarly figures in row ‘i’ provides for different categories of capital losses of the current year which can be set off against capital gains in column 1. The figures in row ‘i’ and column ‘1’ are derived from addition of figures computed at relevant items of Schedule CG as indicated. Thus, (A3e*+ A4a*+ A8a*) is addition of short-term capital gains reported at items Nos. A3e, A4a and A8a as reduced by the amount of short-term capital gains not chargeable to tax or chargeable to tax at DTAA rates which is included therein.Further, if (A3e* + A4a*+ A8a*) represents a negative figure it should be filled in cell ‘2i’ and if it is a positive figure it should be filled in cell ‘1ii’. The assessee may set off the capital loss of row ‘i’ with any category of capital gains in column ‘1’ except that the long-term capital loss can only be adjusted with any long-term capital gains only. The amount of capital loss set off has to be entered into in the relevant rows of columns 2 to 8. The capital gains of current year remaining after intra-head set off is computed in column 9, which is then taken to Schedule CYLA for computing inter-head set off of current year losses. The remaining capital loss of current year is computed in row (x) which is taken to Schedule CFL for reporting of losses to be carried forward to future years.

In Part F of this Schedule, please report the quarter-wise details of accrual or receipt of incomes under the head ‘capital gains’as per the table given.

The details of accrual or receipt have to be furnished separately for short-term capital gains (STCG) taxable at different rates and long-term capital gains (LTCG) taxable at different rates, for all quarters. The amounts of STCG and LTCG, in respect of which a quarter-wise break-up is required to be furnished, should be taken as computed in column 5 of Schedule BFLA, i.e. capital gains remaining after set-off of current year losses and brought forward losses.

For computing long-term capital gain, cost of acquisition and cost of improvement may be indexed, if required, on the basis of following cost inflation index notified by the Central Government for this purpose.

S. No. Financial Year Cost Inflation
Index
1. 2001-02 100
2. 2002-03 105
3. 2003-04 109
4. 2004-05 113
5. 2005-06 117
6. 2006-07 122
7. 2007-08 129
8. 2008-09 137
9. 2009-10 148
10. 2010-11 167
11. 2011-12 184
12. 2012-13 200
13. 2013-14 220
14. 2014-15 240
15. 2015-16 254
16. 2016-17 264
17. 2017-18 272
18. 2018-19 280
19. 2019-20 289
20. 202021 301

If capital gain is arising from the slump sale u/s 50B i.e. figures are reported in A2/B2 of schedule CG, please ensure that form 3CEB is filed at e-filing portal on or before one month prior to due date of filing of return u/s 139(1)

Schedule 112A & Schedule 115AD(1)(b)(iii)Proviso

In Schedule 112-A – please enter the scrip wise/unit wise/consolidated detail of sale of equity shares of a company, an equity-oriented fund, or a unit of a business trust on which STT is paid under section 112A.This schedule is applicable for both residents & Non Residents

In Schedule 115AD(1)(b)(iii) proviso – please enter the scrip wise/unit wise/consolidated detail of sale of equity shares of a company, an equity-oriented fund, or a unit of a business trust on which STT is paid under section 112A read with section 115AD(1)(b)(iii)-proviso. This schedule is applicable for Foreign Institutional Investors (FII)

Field No. Field Name Instruction
1. S. No Please enter the serial no.

The row can be added was required

2. Share/Unit Acquired Select from the drop-down whether share/unit acquired

1) On or before 31st January 2018 or

2) After 31st January, 2018

3. ISIN Code Enter the International Securities Identification Number (ISIN code) in the text box.

Note: In case the security or share does not have an ISIN Code, then use “INNOTAVAILAB” as ISIN Code.

This field will be auto populated as “INNOTREQUIRD” if dropdown is selected as “After 31st January, 2018”

4. Name of the Share/Unit Please enter the name of share/unit in the given box

This field will be auto populated as “CONSOLIDATED” if dropdown is selected as “After 31st January, 2018”

5. No. of Shares/Units Enter the number of shares/units sold inthe given box.

This field is not applicable for shares and units acquired “After 31st January, 2018

6. Sale-price per Share/Unit Please enter the sale price per share/unit in the given box.

This field is not applicable for shares and units acquired “After 31st January, 2018

7. Full value of consideration -If shares are acquired on or before 31.01.2018 (Total Sale Value) (4*5)

– If shares are Acquired after 31st January 2018 – Please enter Full Value of
Consideration

This field willbe auto populated as No of shares/units (4) multiply with sale price per unit (5) Please enter full value of consideration if dropdown is selected as “After 31st January, 2018”
8. Cost of acquisition without indexation The Cost of acquisition without indexation will be auto populated as higher of Column 8 or Column 9
9. Cost of acquisition Enter the amount in the text box.
0. If the long-term capital asset was acquired before

01.02.2018, lower of 11 & 6

This field will be auto populated as the lower of Column 11 & Column 6
1. Fair Market Value per share/unit as on 31st

January, 2018

Enter the fair Market Value per share/unit as on 31st January, 2018 in the text box.

This field is not applicable for shares and units acquired “After 31st January, 2018

12. Total Fair Market Value of capital asset as per Section

55(2) (ac)- (4*10)

This field will be auto populated as the value of Column 4 multiplied with Column 10.
13. Expenditure wholly and exclusively in connection with transfer Enter the amount of expenditure wholly and exclusively in connection with transfer in the given box.
14. Total deductions (7+ 12) This field will be auto populated as the sum of Column7+ Column 12
15. Long term capital Gain Balance (6–13) Item 5 of LTCG Schedule of CG Item 8 of LTCG Schedule CG This field will be auto-populated as the value at column 6- Value at Column 13.
Total of each column These fields should auto populate as sum of columns 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13 and 14

ScheduleOSIncome from other sources

S. No. Field Name Instruction
1 Gross income chargeable to tax at normal applicable rates Please enter the gross amount of income from other sources which are chargeable to tax at normal applicable rates. This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of figures reported at column 1a, 1b, 1c, 1d and 1e below.
1a Dividends This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of figures reported in 1a(i) and 1a(ii).
i Dividend income [other than (ii)] Please enter the gross amount of dividend income which is chargeable under the head Income from Other Sources at normal applicable rate
ii Dividend income u/s 2(22)(e) Please enter the gross amount of dividend income u/s 2(22)(e) which is chargeable under the head Income from Other Sources at normal applicable rate
1b Interest, Gross Please enter the gross amount of interest income which is chargeable to tax at normal applicable rates. Please indicate break-up of interest income from separate sources such as interest from savings bank account, interest on deposits with banks, post office or co-operative society, interest on income-tax refund, any pass-through income/loss in the nature of interest or any other interest income.
1c Rental income from machinery, plants, buildings etc., Gross Please enter the gross amount of rental income from letting of machinery, plants, furniture or buildings belonging to assessee which is chargeable under the head ‘income from other sources’ under sections 56(2)(ii) or 56(2)(iii).
1d Income of the nature referred to in section 56(2)(x) which is chargeable to tax Please enter the total amount of income of the nature referred to in section 56(2)(x) which is chargeable to tax at normal

applicable rates. This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of figures reported at column di, dii, diii, div and dv below.

1di Aggregate value of sum of money received without consideration Please enter the aggregate value of any sum of money received without consideration, in case the aggregate value exceeds Rs. 50, 000/-.
1dii In case immovable property is received without consideration, stamp duty value of property Please enter the stamp duty value of property received without consideration, in case the stamp duty value exceeds Rs. 50, 000/-.
1diii In case immovable property is received for inadequate consideration, stamp duty value of property in excess of such consideration Please enter the stamp duty value of property in excess of consideration, in case the stamp duty value exceeds the consideration by more than Rs. 50, 000/- or 5% of the consideration, whichever is higher.
1div In case any other property is received without consideration, fair market value of property Please enter the aggregate Fair Market Value (FMV) of the property received without consideration, in case FMV exceeds Rs. 50, 000/-.
1dv In case any other property is received for inadequate consideration, fair market value of property in excess of such consideration Please enter the aggregate Fair Market Value (FMV) of the property in excess of the consideration, in case the FMV exceeds the consideration by more than Rs. 50, 000/-.
1e Any other income (please specify nature) Please enter any other income chargeable under the head ‘income from other sources’, at normal rates. If any other income is in the nature of Family pension, mention the amount in the field provided.

For others, please specify nature and amount of such income.

2 Income chargeable at special rates (2a+ 2b+ 2c+ 2d + 2e+ 2f relating to 1) Please enter the gross amount of income from other sources which is chargeable to tax at special rates such as winning from lotteries, income chargeable u/s 115BBE etc. This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of figures reported at column 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e and 2f below. Please note, for Non-residents elements relating to S. No. 1 will be added only if TRC Flag is Y at Column No. 7 of S. No. 2f.

Please ensure that these incomes are also reported in Schedule SI (Income chargeable to tax at special rates) for proper computation of tax liability.

2a Winnings from lotteries, crossword puzzles etc. chargeable u/s 115BB Please report in this column, any income by way of winnings from any lottery or crossword puzzle or race including horse race or card game and other game of any sort or gambling or betting of any form or nature which is chargeable at special rates u/s 115BB.
2b Income chargeable u/s 115BBE (bi + bii + biii + biv+ bv + bvi) Please report in this column, aggregate of incomes of the nature referred to in section 115BBE which are chargeable at special rates as prescribed therein. This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of figures reported at columns 2bi, 2bii, 2biii, 2biv, 2bv and 2bvi below.
2bi Cash credits u/s 68 Please report in this column any sum in the nature of unexplained cash credit, deemed as income of the year u/s 68.
2bii Unexplained investments u/s 69 Please report in this column any unexplained investment which is not recorded in the books of accounts, deemed as income of the year u/s 69.
2biii Unexplained money etc. u/s 69A Please report in this column any unexplained money, bullion, jewellery or other valuable article which is not recorded in the books of accounts, deemed as income of the year u/s 69A.
2biv Undisclosed investments etc. u/s 69B Please report in this column any unexplained investment or any bullion, jewellery or other valuable article which is not fully recorded in the books of accounts, deemed as income of the year u/s 69B.
2bv Unexplained expenditure etc. u/s 69C Please report in this column, any unexplained expenditure or part thereof, deemed as income of the year u/s 69C.
2bvi Amount borrowed or repaid on hundi u/s 69D Please report in this column any amount borrowed on a hundi, or any repayment being due on a hundi, otherwise than through an a/c payee cheque drawn on a bank, deemed as income of the year u/s 69D.
2c Accumulated balance of recognized provident fund taxable u/s 111 In case any accumulated balance of a recognised provident fund is to be included in total income of the year, owing to the provisions of rule 8 of part A of the Fourth Schedule not being applicable, tax has to be computed year-wise as prescribed in rule 9. In such a case, please furnish the details of income benefit and tax benefit for each of the assessment years concerned.
2d Any other income chargeable at special rate (total of di to dxix) Please report in this column any other income under the head ‘income from other sources’ which is chargeable to tax at special rates. Please select the nature of income from drop down menu and enter the amount. In case of more than one type of income, please report each income as a separate line item. Please ensure that these incomes are also reported in Schedule SI (Income chargeable to tax at special rates) for proper computation of tax liability.
List of types of income chargeable at special rate (i) Dividends received by non-resident (not being company) or foreign company chargeable u/s 115A(1)(a)(i)
(ii) Interest received from Government or Indian concern on foreign currency debts chargeable u/s 115A(1)(a)(ii)
(iii) Interest received from Infrastructure

Debt Fund chargeable u/s 115A (1) (a) (iia)

(iv) Interest referred to in section 194LC (1) – chargeable u/s 115A (1) (a) (iiaa)
(v) Interest referred to in section 194LD – chargeable u/s 115A (1) (a) (iiab)
(vi) Distributed income being interest referred to in section 194LBA – chargeable u/s 115A (1) (a) (iiac)
(vii) Income from units of UTI or other Mutual Funds specified in section 10(23D), purchased in Foreign Currency – chargeable u/s

115A(1)(a)(iii)

(viii) Income from royalty or fees for technical services received from Government or Indian concern ‐ chargeable u/s 115A(1)(b)(A) & 115A(1)(b)(B)
(ix) Income by way of interest or dividends from bonds or GDRs purchased in foreign currency by non‐ residents ‐ chargeable u/s 115AC
(x) Income by way of dividends from GDRs purchased in foreign currency by residents ‐ chargeable u/s 115ACA
(xi) Income (other than dividend) received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units referred to in section 115AB) ‐ chargeable u/s 115AD(1)(i)
(xii) Income (being dividend) received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units referred to in section 115AB) ‐ chargeable u/s 115AD(1)(i)
(xiii) Income by way of interest received by an FII on bonds or Government securities referred to in section 194LD – chargeable as per proviso to section 115AD(1)(i)
(xiv) Tax on non‐residents sportsmen or sports associations chargeable u/s 115BBA
(xv) Anonymous Donations in certain cases chargeable u/s 115BBC
(xvi) Interest referred to in Proviso to section 194LC (1)‐chargeable u/s 115A(1)(a) (iiaa)
(xvii) Income by way of royalty from patent developed and registered in India ‐ chargeable u/s 115BBF
(xviii)Income by way of transfer of carbon credits ‐ chargeable u/s 115BBG
(xix) Investment Income of a Non‐Resident Indian ‐ chargeable u/s 115E
(xix) Distributed income being Dividend referred to in section 194LBA ‐ chargeable u/s 115A (1) (a)(iiac)
2e Pass through income in the nature of income from other sources chargeable at special rates The details of pass through income from business trust or investment fund as per section 115UA or 115UB are required to be reported separately in Schedule PTI.

If any amount of pass through income reported in Schedule PTI is of the nature of income from other sources, the same has to be reported at this column in the Schedule OS for including the same in head‐ wise computation.

Please select the nature of pass through income from drop down menu and enter the amount. In case of more than one type of pass through income, please report each income as a separate line item.

List of types of pass through income chargeable at special rates PTI‐115A(1)(a)(i)‐ Dividends interest and income from units purchase in foreign currency
PTI‐115A(1)(a)(ii)‐ Interest received from govt/Indian Concerns received in Foreign Currency
PTI‐115A (1) (a)(iia) ‐Interest from Infrastructure Debt Fund
PTI‐115A (1) (a)(iiaa) ‐Interest as per Sec. 194LC (1)
PTI‐115A (1) (a)(iiaa) ‐Interest as referred in proviso to section 194LC (1)
PTI‐115A (1) (a)(iiab) ‐Interest as per Sec. 194LD
PTI‐115A (1) (a)(iiac) ‐Interest as per Sec. 194LBA
PTI‐115A (1) (a)(iii) ‐Income received in respect of units of UTI purchased in foreign currency
PTI‐115A(1)(b)(A) & 115A(1)(b)(B)‐ Income from royalty & technical services
PTI‐115AC (1) (a & b) ‐ Income from bonds or GDR purchased in foreign currency ‐ non‐resident
PTI‐115ACA(1)(a) ‐ Income from GDR purchased in foreign currency ‐resident
PTI‐115AD(1)(i) ‐Income (other than dividend) received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units as per Sec 115AB)
PTI‐ 115AD(1)(i) ‐ Income (being dividend) received by an FII in respect of securities (other than units referred to in section 115AB)
PTI‐115AD(1)(i) proviso ‐Income received by an FII in respect of bonds or government securities as per Sec 194LD
PTI‐115BBA ‐ Income of non‐residents sportsmen or sports associations
PTI‐115BBC ‐ Anonymous donations
PTI‐115BBF ‐ Income from patent
PTI‐115BBG ‐ Income from transfer of carbon credits
PTI‐115E(a) ‐ Investment income
PTI‐115A(1)(a) (iiac) ‐ Distributed income being Dividend referred to in section 194LBA
2f Amount included in 1 and 2 above, which is chargeable at special rates in India as per DTAA (total of column (2) of table below) Please report in this column any income under the head ‘income from other sources’ which is chargeable at special rates in accordance with the relevant article of the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) of India with another country.

This field will be an auto-populated field representing total of Column 2 (Amount of

Income) of the given table. For Non-Residents total of fields of Column 2 will be computed only if TRC Flag is Yes.

In the given table, please report the amount of income at column (2) and furnish other relevant details sought in the table such as relevant article of DTAA at column (5), treaty rate at column (6), rate as per Income-tax Act at column (9) and the applicable rate, which is lower of the two rates, at column (10).Please report whether Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) is obtained from the country of residence in Column No. 7. This column is applicable in case of Non-Residents only.

Please note, if TRC Flag is No then income will be chargeable to tax as per the applicable rates specified for such income.

3 Deductions under section 57: – (other than those relating to income chargeable at special rates under 2a, 2b & 2d, 2e, & 2f) Any claim of deduction u/s 57 relating to income under the head ‘income from other sources’ chargeable at normal applicable rates should be mentioned here.

Deduction under column “family pension” will be available only if income is offered in column ie

Deduction under column “depreciation” will be available only if income is offered in column 1c Deduction under column “interest expenditure u/s57(1) will be available only if income is offered in column 1a and the deduction will be restricted to 20% of amount of dividend included in total
income. Actual expenditure can be entered in sl.no.3c(i) where as “Eligible Interest Expenditure u/s 57(i)” can be entered in sl.no.3c(ii). So two fields will be there for “Interest expenditure u/s 57(i)”.

(Please refer Annexure 3)

4 Amounts not deductible u/s 58 Any amount which is not deductible in computing income chargeable under the head ‘income from other sources’ by virtue of section 58 should be reported in this column. In case any expenditure or deduction is claimed u/s 57 but the whole or part thereof becomes inadmissible as per section 58, the same should also be reported here.
5 Profits chargeable to tax u/s 59 Any profit which is chargeable to tax under the head ‘income from other sources’ by virtue of section 59 read with section 41 should be reported in this column.
6 Net Income from other sources chargeable at normal applicable rates (1 – 3 + 4 + 5- 2f relating to 1) (If negative take the figure to 3i of Schedule CYLA) Please enter the net amount of income under the head ‘income from other sources’ which is chargeable to tax at

normal applicable rates.This is an auto-populated field representing the gross income from other sources chargeable at normal rates [item 1] as reduced by deductions u/s 57 [item 3]& income chargeable at special rates specified in item 2f (related to item 1) and as increased by amounts not deductible u/s 58 [item 4] and profits chargeable to tax u/s 59 [item 5].

7 Income from other sources (other than from owning race horses) (2+ 6) (enter 6 as nil, if negative) Please enter the aggregate of incomes chargeable under the head ‘income from other sources’, excluding the income from activity of owning and maintaining racehorses. This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of income chargeable at special rates [item 2] and net income chargeable at normal applicable rates [item 6].
8 Income from the activity of owning and maintaining racehorses Please report in this column net income from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses.

Please furnish break-up in terms of Gross receipts at item 8a, Deductions in relation to such activity at item 8b, Amounts not deductible as per section 58 relating to this activity at item 8c, Profit chargeable to tax as per section 59 relating to this activity at item 8d and Compute the net income at item 8e as (8a – 8b + 8c + 8d) accordingly.

In case the net income computed at item 8e is negative, take this figure to item 10xiii of Schedule CFL for carry forward of loss from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses to future years.

9 Income under the head “Income from other sources” (7+ 8e) (take 8e as nil if negative) Please compute in this column the aggregate income chargeable under head ‘income from other sources.

This is an auto-populated field representing the aggregate of income from other sources (other than from owning and maintaining race horses) computed at item 7 and net income from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses computed at item 8e.

10 Information about accrual/receipt of income from Other Sources Please report the period-wise details of accrual or receipt of incomes under the head ‘income from other sources’ in the table given at this column.

The details have to be furnished separately for dividend income and any income by way of winnings from lotteries, crossword puzzles, races, games, gambling, betting etc. referred to in section 2(24)(ix) and Dividend income chargeable at DTAA rates (Refer Annexure 3 & 4 for clarification on how to disclose at sl.no.10(i) and 10(iii)”)

ScheduleCYLA Details of Income after setoff of current year losses

If the net result of computation under the head ‘income from house property’, ‘profits and gains from business or profession’ and ‘income from other sources’ is a loss figure, please fill up the figure of loss in the first row under the respective head. Please note that loss from speculative business or specified business cannot be set off against income under other heads for the current year. Similarly, loss from activity of owning and maintaining horse races cannot be set off against income under other heads for the current year.

The positive income computed under various heads of income for the current yearshould be mentioned in column (1) in the relevant row for the respective head. Short-term capital gains or long-term capital gains chargeable to tax at various rates should be mentioned in separate rows as indicated in the Schedule.

The losses mentioned in row (i) can be set off against positive incomes mentioned under other heads in column (1) in accordance with the provisions of section 71.

In a case where loss is computed under the head “income from house property”, such loss can be set off against income under any other head only to the extent it does not exceed rupees two lakh. However, loss cannot be set off if new tax regime if opted u/s 115BAC

The amount of current year loss which is set off against the income computed under other heads should be entered into in columns 2, 3 and 4, in the relevant rows.

In column (5), please mention the net income remaining after setting off of current year losses, under the respective heads of income, in the relevant rows.

In row (xvii), please mention the total of current year losses set off out of the columns (2), (3) and (4).

In row (xviii), please mention the remaining loss under various heads i.e. house property loss at column (2), business loss at column (3) and loss from other sources at column (4).

The unabsorbed losses allowed to be carried forward out of this should be taken to at row xiii of Schedule CFL for carry forward to future years.

ScheduleBFLADetails of Income after Set off of Brought Forward Losses of earlier years

The positive income remaining after set off of current year losses, as per Schedule CYLA, under various heads of income for the current year should be mentioned in column (1) in the relevant row for the respective head. The net positive short-term capital gains or long-term capital gains chargeable to tax at various rates should be mentioned in separate rows as indicated in the Schedule.

In column (2), the amount of loss brought forward from earlier years which can be set off against various heads of income should be entered in the relevant row.

  • Brought forward short-term capital loss can be set off against any item of short-term or long-term capital gains. However, brought forward long-term capital loss can only be set off against an item of long-term capital gains.
  • Brought forward loss from activity of owning and maintaining horse races can be set off only against positive income from the same activity during the current year.
  • Brought forward loss from speculation business can be set off only against positive income from speculation business during the current year.
  • Brought forward loss from specified business can be set off only against positive income from specified business during the current year.

In column (5), please mention the net positive income of current year remaining after set off of brought forward losses under various heads of income in the relevant rows. The head-wise total of column (5) should be captured in row (xvii) thereof which should be the figure of Gross Total Income (GTI) of the year.

The aggregate of brought forward losses, unabsorbed depreciation & allowance under section 35(4) under various heads set-off against positive income of the current year should be mentioned in row (xvi) of column (2), (3) and (4) respectively.

ScheduleCFLDetails of Losses to be carried forward to future years

Please enter the assessment year-wise details of losses brought forward from earlier years in the first ten rows [row (i) to row (xi)] under various heads of income at respective columns [column (4) to column (10)].

The column no 5 is further divided into 3 columns. In column “a” please enter the amount of brought forward loss of earlier years. Column b is applicable only to assessee claiming benefit u/s 115BAC. So, in column “b”, please enter the amount as adjusted on account of opting for taxation under section 115BAC & in column “c” enter balance loss which is available for set off i.e, column a – column b. In case of “other than the assessee claiming benefit u/s 115BAC”, please fill “0” in column b and please fill same amount in column a and column c.

The aggregate amount of brought forward losses under various heads of income should be mentioned in row (xii).

In row (xiii), please enter the amount of brought forward losses under various heads set off against income of current year in the respective columns. The head-wise figures of set off of brought forward loss should be taken from column (2) of Schedule BFLA.

In row (xiv), please enter the amount of remaining losses of current year under various heads in the respective column. The head-wise figures of remaining current year losses should be taken from the relevant cell of Schedule CYLA, Schedule BP, Schedule CG and Schedule OS as indicated below: -.

Sr. No. The fields in row no. xiv “202122(Current year losses to be carried forward)” Source of Autopopulation
1 House property loss (4) (2xviii of schedule CYLA)
2 Loss from business other than loss from speculative business and specified business (5) 3xviii of schedule CYLA
3 Loss from speculative business (6) B43 of schedule BP, if –ve
4 Loss from specified business (7) C49 of schedule BP, if –ve
5 Short-term capital loss (8) (2x+ 3x+ 4x+ 5x) of item E of schedule CG
6 Long-term capital loss (9) (6x+ 7x+ 8x) of item E of schedule CG
7 Loss from owning and maintaining race horses (10) (8e of schedule OS, if –ve)

In row (xv), please enter the amount of aggregate loss under various headsto be carried forward to future years in the respective column.

The losses under the head “house property”, ‘profit and gains of business or profession (other than speculative & specified business)”, or ‘capital gains’, are allowed to be carried forward for 8 assessment years. However, loss from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses and speculative income can be carried forward only for 4 assessment years and there is no time limit to carry forward the losses from the specified business under 35AD. Also, current year losses such as eligible Business loss, Capital Gain loss and Other source loss can be carried forward only if the Original return if filed within the due date specified u/s 139(1).

ScheduleUD, Unabsorbed depreciation and allowance under section 35(4)

In this Schedule, amount of brought forward unabsorbed depreciation, Amount as adjusted on account of opting for taxation u/s 115BAC and allowance under section35(4) for each assessment year, amount of depreciation and allowance under section 35(4) set-off against the current year’s income and the balance unabsorbed depreciation and allowance under section 35(4) to be carried forward to the next assessment year needs to be mentioned.

ScheduleICDSEffect of Income Computation Disclosure Standards on profit

Income Computation Disclosure Standards (ICDS) have come into force from financial year 2016-17 and onwards. Deviation from each ICDS as notified under section 145(2) of the Income-tax Act that has an effect on profit is to be filled in column (iii) of the said Schedule. If the total effect of ICDS adjustments on profit is positive, the same should be mentioned at serial No. 11(a) and should be taken to item No. 3(a) of Part A-OI (Other Information). If the total effect of ICDS adjustments on profit is negative, the same should be mentioned at serial No. 11(b) and should be taken to item No. 3(b) of Part A-OI (Other Information).

Please note the amount entered in schedule ICDS should be tallied with Clause No. 13(e) of the Tax audit report, if applicable. Otherwise necessary adjustment will be made as per section 143(1)(iv) while processing the return

Schedule10AADeduction in respect of units located in Special Economic Zone

If there are more than one undertaking entitled for deduction under this section, please enter thedetails of deduction for each undertaking separately as reported in Form No. 56F being the report of audit u/s10AA.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Schedule80GDetails of donations entitled for deduction u/s 80G

Please furnish following details of donations made to charitable institutions or specified funds during the year in the respective table given in the Schedule: –

1. Name and address of Donee

2. PAN of Donee

3. Total amount of donation – give break-up of amount paid in cash/other mode

4. Amount which is eligible for deduction

In Table A, furnish details of donations entitled for 100% deduction without qualifying limit.

In Table B, furnish details of donations entitled for 50% deduction without qualifying limit.

In Table C, furnish details of donations entitled for 100% deduction subject to qualifying limit

In Table D, furnish details of donations entitled for 50% deduction subject to qualifying limit.

Please note that the total amount of deduction claimed u/s 80G should also be separately mentioned in table 1 of the Schedule VI-A.

Note 1: No deduction will be allowed u/s 80G in case Donation in cash exceeds ₹ 2, 000/-

Note 2: This Schedule is not applicable if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Schedule 80D Deduction in respect of health insurance premium

S. No. Field Name Instruction
1 Whether you or any of your family member (excluding parents) is a senior citizen Tick ‘Yes’ if any of the member is senior Citizen, else tick ‘No’
1a Self & Family This field will be available if ‘No’ is ticked in S. No. 1. This is an auto-populated field representing aggregate of the amounts entered at fields (i) and (ii) below. The amount eligible for deduction is subject to maximum limit of Rs.25000 paid during the year.
(i) Health Insurance Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Health Insurance.
(ii) Preventive Health Checkup Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Preventive Health Checkup.
1b Self & Family Including senior citizen This field will be available if ‘Yes’ is ticked in S. No. 1. This is an auto-populated field representing aggregate of the amounts entered at fields (i), (ii) and (iii) below. The amount eligible for deduction is subject to maximum limit of Rs.50000 paid during the year.
(i) Health Insurance Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Health Insurance.
(ii) Preventive Health Checkup Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Preventive Health Checkup.
(iii) Medical Expenditure (This deduction can be claimed on which health insurance is not claimed at (i) above) Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Medical Expenditure. This deduction can be claimed only if no amount is paid towards health insurance of such person.
2 Whether any one of your parents is a senior citizen Tick ‘Yes’ if any one of the parents is senior Citizen, else tick ‘No’
2a Parents This field will be available if ‘No’ is ticked in S. No. 2. This is an auto-populated field representing aggregate of the amounts entered at fields (i) and (ii) below. The amount eligible for deduction is subject to maximum limit of Rs.25000 paid during the year.
(i) Health Insurance Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Health Insurance.
(ii) Preventive Health Checkup Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Preventive Health Checkup.
2b Parents Including senior citizen This field will be available if ‘Yes’ is ticked in S. No. 2. This is an auto-populated field representing aggregate of the amounts entered at fields (i), (ii) and (iii) below. The amount eligible for deduction is subject to maximum limit of Rs.50000 paid during the year.
(i) Health Insurance Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Health Insurance.
(ii) Preventive Health Checkup Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Preventive Health Checkup.
(iii) Medical Expenditure (This deduction can be claimed on which health insurance is not claimed at (i) above) Please enter the amount paid during the year towards Medical Expenditure. This deduction can be claimed only if no amount is paid towards health insurance of such person.
Note1: The aggregate eligible amount of deduction for Preventive Health Checkup is subject to maximum limit of Rs.5000 paid during the year.

Note 2: This Schedule is not applicable if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

ScheduleRADetails of donations to research associations etc. [deduction under sections 35(1)(ii) or 35(1) (iia) or 35(1)(iii) or 35(2AA)]

In Schedule RA, please furnish the following details of donations given to research associations in the respective column-

1. Name and address of Donee

2. PAN of Donee

3. Total amount of donation – give break-up of amount paid in cash/other mode

4. Eligible amount of donation

These details of donation have to be furnished in a case where a claim of deduction is made under sections 35(1)(ii) or 35(1) (iia) or 35(1)(iii) or 35(2AA). The amount of deduction claimed should also be separately mentioned in the Schedule ESR.

Schedule80IA, Schedule80IB, Schedule80IC and Schedule80IE

If there are more than one undertaking entitled for deduction under any of these sections, please enter the details of deduction in relevant Schedule for each undertaking separately.

The amount of deduction for an undertaking shall be as per item 30 of Form No.10CCB being the report of audit under section 80-IA/ 80-IB/ 80-IC and 80-IE.

except in the following case:

Schedule 80IB Form
Number
Field of the form
Deduction in the case of multiplex theatre [Section 80-IB(7A)] 10CCBA Point no 10(v)
Deduction in the case of convention center [Section 80-IB(7B)] 10CCBB Point no 10(v)
Deduction in the case of an undertaking engaged in operating and maintaining a rural hospital [Section 80-IB (11B)] 10CCBC Point no 11(v)
Deduction in the case of an undertaking engaged in operating and maintaining a hospital in any area, other than excluded area [Section 80-IB (11C) 10CCBD Point no 11 (d)

Please note that the total amount of deduction claimed u/s 80IA, 80IB, 80IC, & 80IE should also be separately mentioned in table 2 of the Schedule VI-A.

Also ensure that the above forms are filed at e-filing portal on or before one month prior to due date of filing of return u/s 139(1), if deduction is claimed in any of the section specified above

ScheduleVIADeductions under Chapter VIA

In this part, please provide the details of deduction claimed under various provisions of Chapter VI‐A during the year. Please note that the deduction in respect of the investment/ deposit/ payments for the period 01‐04‐2020 to 31‐07‐2020 cannot be claimed again, if already claimed in the AY 20‐21
Table 1. Part B‐ Deduction in respect of certain payments
Column No. Section Nature of deduction Instruction
1a 80C Deduction in respect of life insurance premia, deferred annuity, contributions to provident fund, subscription to certain equity shares or debentures, etc. Please enter the amount paid or deposited towards life insurance premium, contribution to any Provident Fund set up by the Government, employees contribution to a Recognised Provident Fund or an approved superannuation fund, contribution to deferred annuity plan, subscription to National Savings Certificates, tuition fees, payment or repayment of amounts borrowed for purposes of purchase/ construction of a residential house, and other similar payments/ investments which are eligible for deduction under section 80C of the Income‐tax Act. The aggregate amount of deductions admissible u/s 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD (1) shall be restricted to maximum limit of Rs.1, 50, 000. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
1b 80CCC Deduction in respect of contribution to certain Pension Funds Please enter the amount paid towards any annuity plan of LIC or any other insurer for receiving pension from the pension fund, which is eligible for deduction under section 80CCC. The aggregate amount of deductions admissible u/s 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD (1) shall be restricted to maximum limit of Rs. 1, 50, 000. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
1c 80CCD(1) Deduction in respect of contribution to pension scheme of Central Government Please enter the total amount paid or deposited during the year, in your account under a pension scheme notified by the Central Government, which is eligible for deduction under sub‐section (1) of section 80CCD. The deduction u/s 80CCD (1) is restricted to upper limit of 10% of salary, in the case of an employee, and 20% of gross total income, in any other case. The aggregate amount of deductions admissible u/s 80C, 80CCC and 80CCD (1) shall be further restricted to maximum limit of Rs. 1, 50, 000. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
1d 80CCD(1B) Deduction in respect of contribution to pension scheme of Central Government Please enter the amount paid or deposited during the year, in your account under a pension scheme notified by the Central Government, which is eligible for deduction under sub‐section (1B) of section 80CCD. The amount eligible under this sub‐section is subject to a maximum limit of Rs. 50, 000 and further condition that no claim should have been made under sub‐ section (1) in respect of the same amount. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
1e 80CCD(2) Deduction in respect of contribution of employer to pension scheme of Central Government Please enter the amount of employer’s contribution paid during the year to your account under a pension scheme notified by the Central Government, which is eligible for deduction under sub-section (2) of section 80CCD.

The amount eligible is subject to maximum limit of 10% of salary in case the nature of employer selected is other than Central Government.

In case the nature of employer selected is Central Government, the amount eligible is subject to maximum limit of 14% of Salary.

1f 80D Deduction in respect of health
insurance
premia
This field will be auto populated from schedule 80D. Please fill schedule 80D for claiming the deduction. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
1g 80DD Deduction in respect of maintenance including medical treatment of a dependent who is a person with disability Please enter the details of expenditure actually incurred for medical treatment, training and rehabilitation of a dependent person with disability by selecting the appropriate options from the drop down.

1. Dependent person with disability

2. Dependent person with severe disability

The amount eligible for deduction is ₹ 75, 000, in case of dependent person with disability, and ₹ 1, 25, 000 in case of dependent person with severe disability.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1h 80DDB Deduction in respect of medical treatment etc. Please enter the details of expenditure actually incurred on medical treatment of specified diseases for self, dependent or a member of HUF. Please select the appropriate options from the drop-down menu and enter relevant amount.

1. Self or Dependent

2. Senior Citizen – Self or Dependent

The amount eligible for deduction is subject to a maximum limit of ₹ 40, 000 during the year. However, in case of senior citizen the applicable limit is ₹1, 00, 000.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1i 80E Deduction in respect of interest on loan taken for higher education Please enter the amount paid during the year by way of interest on loan taken from any financial institution or approved charitable institution for the purpose of

pursuing higher education of self or relative which is eligible for deduction u/s 80E.This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1j 80EE Deduction in respect of interest on loan taken for residential house property Please enter the amount paid during the year by way of interest on loan taken from any financial institution for the purposes of acquisition of a residential property, which is eligible for deduction u/ 80EE.

The amount eligible for deduction is subject to a maximum limit of X 50, 000 during the year and further conditions specified in sub-section (3) of section 80EE. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1k 80EEA Deduction in respect of interest on loan taken for certain house property Please enter the amount paid during the year by way of interest on loan taken from any financial institution during the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 for the purpose of acquisition a residential house property, which is eligible for deduction u/s 80EEA.

The amount eligible for deduction is subject to maximum limit of X150, 000 paid during the year and further conditions specified in sub-section (3) of section 80EEA.

In case deduction u/s 80EE is claimed, deduction u/s 80EEA shall not be allowed.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1l 80EEB Deduction in respect of purchase of electric vehicle. Please enter the amount paid during the year by way of interest on loan taken for purchase of electric vehicle from any financial institution during the period 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2023 which is eligible for deduction u/s 80EEB The amount eligible for deduction is subject to maximum limit of X150, 000 paid during the year.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1m 80G Deduction in respect of donations to certain funds, charitable
institutions,
etc.
Please enter the amount of donations made during the year to charitable institutions or specified funds. Please fill up details of donations in Schedule 80G.

Please note that no deduction shall be allowed under this section in respect of donation of any sum exceeding Rs. 2, 000/- unless such donation is paid by any mode other than cash.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1n 80GG Deduction in respect of rents paid Please enter the amount paid during the year towards rent in respect of any furnished/ unfurnished residential accommodation, in excess of 10% of total income, which is eligible for deduction u/s 80GG.

The amount eligible for deduction is subject to a maximum limit of ₹ 60, 000 during the year and further conditions specified therein.

Please submit Form 10BA to claim deduction u/s 80GG This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

1o 80GGC Deduction in respect of contributions given by any person to

Political parties

Please enter the amount of contribution made to a Political party or an electoral trust during the year which is eligible for deduction u/s 80GGC.

This deduction is not admissible for any sum contributed by way of cash.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Table 2. Part C- Deduction in respect of certain incomes
2p 80-IA Deduction in respect of profits and gains from industrial undertakings or enterprises engaged in

infrastructure development, etc.

Please enter the amount of eligible deduction as per Section 80 in respect of profits and gains from industrial undertakings or enterprises engaged in infrastructure development u/s 80-IA.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

2q 80-IAB Deduction in respect of profits and gains by an undertaking or enterprise engaged in development of Special Economic Zone Please enter the amount of eligible deduction in respect of profits and gains by an undertaking or enterprise engaged in development of Special Economic Zone u/s 80-IAB.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

2r 80-IB Deduction in respect of profits and gains from certain industrial undertakings other than

infrastructure development undertakings

Please enter the amount of eligible deduction in respect of profits and gains from certain industrial undertakings other than infrastructure development undertakings u/s 80-IB.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

2s 80-IBA Deductions in respect of profits and gains from housing projects Please enter the amount of eligible deductions in respect of profits and gains derived from the business of developing and building housing projects u/s 80-IBA.

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

2t 80‐IC/ 80‐IE Special provisions in respect of certain undertakings or enterprises in certain special category States/North‐ Eastern States Please enter the amount of eligible deduction as per Schedule 80 in respect of profits and gains derived by an eligible undertaking or enterprise in certain special category States u/s 80‐IC, or by an eligible undertaking in North‐Eastern States u/s 80‐IE. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
2u 80JJA Deduction in respect of profits and gains from business of collecting and processing of bio‐degradable waste Please enter the amount of eligible deduction in respect of profits and gains derived from the business of collecting and processing or treaty of bio‐ degradable waste for generating power or producing bio‐fertilizers, bio‐pesticides or other biological agents or for producing biogas or making pellets or briquettes for fuel or organic manure u/s 80JJA. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
2v 80JJAA Deduction in respect of employment of new workmen Please enter the amount of eligible deduction in respect of additional employee cost incurred in the course of business during the year u/s 80JJAA. Please ensure that the additional employee cost forms part of ‘compensation to employees’ reported at item No. 22 of Part A‐P&L in a case where regular books of accounts are maintained for the business activity during the year. Please file Form 10DA to claim the deduction under section 80JJAA
2w 80QQB Deduction in respect of royalty income, etc., of authors of certain books other than textbooks. Please enter the eligible amount of deduction in respect of income by way of royalty or copyright fees for any book of literary, artistic or scientific nature u/s 80QQB. Please note that the claim of deduction under this section is subject to maximum limit of Rs. 3 lakhs. Please ensure that the corresponding income by way of royalty etc. is offered to tax under the relevant head of income. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
2x 80RRB Deduction in respect of royalty on patents. Please enter the eligible amount of deduction in respect of income by way of royalty in respect of patents registered under the Patents Act, 1970. Please note that the claim of deduction under this section is subject to maximum limit of Rs. 3 lakhs. Please ensure that the corresponding income by way of royalty etc. is offered to tax under the relevant head of income. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
Table 3. Part CA and D – Deduction in respect of other incomes/other deduction
I 80TTA Deduction in respect of interest on deposits in savings account In case you are an individual, not being a ‘senior citizen’, or HUF, and your gross total income includes income by way of interest on deposits in savings account(s) with a bank or a co‐operative bank or a post office, you can claim deduction u/s 80TTA in respect of such interest income. The amount eligible for deduction u/s 80TTA is subject to a maximum limit of ₹ 10, 000 during the year. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
ii 80TTB Deduction in respect of interest on deposits in case of senior citizens In case you are a ‘senior citizen’, and your gross total income includes income by way of interest on deposits with a bank or a co‐operative bank or a post office, you can claim deduction u/s 80TTB in respect of such interest income. The amount eligible for deduction u/s 80TTB is subject to a maximum limit of ₹ 50, 000 during the year. ‘Senior citizen’ means an individual resident in India who is of the age of 60 years or more at any time during the previous year. This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted
iii 80U Deduction in case of a person with disability This deduction can be claimed only by a resident individual who is certified by the medical authority to be a person with disability. If you are a person with disability, please enter the amount eligible for deduction by selecting the appropriate options:

1. Self with Disability ‐ ₹ 75, 000

2. Self with Severe disability ‐ ₹ 1, 25, 000

This deduction cannot be claimed if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

4 Total Deductions Please enter the aggregate amount of deductions claimed under Chapter VI‐A. This is an auto‐ populated filled representing the aggregate of total deduction claimed under part B (1), total deduction claimed under part C (2) and total deduction claimed under part CA and D (3).

Please note that deduction under Part C can be claimed only if the return is filed within the due date specified u/s 139(1) except deduction u/s 80JJAA.

Schedule AMT – Computation of Alternate Minimum Tax payable under section 115JC

In this Schedule, please furnish the details of computation of Alternate Minimum Tax (AMT)payable under section 115JC (special provisions for payment of tax by certain persons other than a company). The alternate minimum tax payable shall be 18.5 percent of the adjusted total income computed under section 115JC. The computation of adjusted total income and alternate minimum tax under this Schedule should be based on the audit report in Form No.29C, which has to be filed electronically before the due date for furnishing the return of income u/s 139(1).

In case you are an assessee located in International Financial Service Centre deriving income solely in convertible foreign exchange, the alternate minimum tax payable shall be 9 percent of the adjusted total income computed u/s 115JC.

This Schedule is not applicable if new tax regime u/s 115BAC is opted

Schedule AMTCComputation of tax credit under section 115JD

Credit for AMT paid in assessment year 2013-14 and subsequent assessment years, in excessof normal tax liability, is allowed to be set-off against the normal tax liability of current assessment year.

However, the amount of credit is restricted to the extent of normal tax liability exceeding the AMT liability for the current assessment year.

Please note if taxation under section 115BAC is opted, then assessee is not eligible to take credit of taxes paid under AMT as per section 115JD.

Schedule SPIIncome of specified persons (spouse, minor child etc.) includable in income of the assessee as per section 64

In this Schedule, please furnish the details of income of specified persons (spouse, minor child, etc.), which is required to be clubbed with your income in accordance with the provisions of Chapter V of the Income-tax Act.

Please note that the income of specified persons reported in this Schedule should also be mentioned in the relevant Schedule so that the same is included in the head-wise computation of income.

Section 10(32) provides exemption to extent of Rs. 1, 500/- in respect of income of each minor child which is required to be clubbed. Therefore, exclude Rs. 1, 500/- from the income of each minor while clubbing the income of the minor in the respective head. However, if income of the minor is to be clubbed in various heads, total exclusion should not exceed Rs. 1, 500/-. Standard deduction of Rs.1, 500 cannot be claimed if New tax regime is opted u/s 115BAC

ScheduleSI – Income chargeable to tax at special rates

In this Schedule, please report income forming part of total income which is chargeable to tax at special rates at column (i) and tax chargeable thereon at such special rates at column (ii). The amount under various types of incomes has to be taken from the amounts mentioned in the relevant Schedules i.e. Schedule CG, Schedule OS, Schedule BP or Schedule BFLA, as indicated against each type of income

ScheduleIFInformation regarding partnership firms in which you are partner This Schedule has to be filled for each firm in which you are partner.

In column 2 of the Schedule, furnish the name of the firm and in column 3 furnish the PAN No. of the firm in which you are a partner.

In column 6 and 7, please mention the percentage share and amount of share in the profit of the firm as computed in accordance with the provisions of the Income-tax Act, which is exempt from tax in hands of the partner.

In column 8, please furnish the amount of capital balance (including the capital on which you are entitled for an interest) in the firm in which you are partner.

ScheduleEI – Details of Exempt Income (Income not to be included in Total Income or not chargeable to tax)

In this Schedule, please furnish the details of income which are claimed as exempt from tax such as interest, agricultural income, any other exempt income, income not chargeable to tax as per DTAA and pass through income which is not chargeable to tax.
Field Field Name Instruction

No.

1 Interest income Please enter the amount of any interest income which is not liable to be included in total income or not chargeable to tax.
2i Gross Agricultural receipts (other than income to be excluded under rule 7A, 7B or 8 of I.T. Rules) In case you have income from agricultural activities, please enter the amount of gross agricultural receipts in this column. Please note that the receipts in respect of which income has to be computed as per the rule 7A (income from manufacture of rubber), rule 7B (income from manufacture from coffee) or rule 8 (income from manufacture from tea) of the Income-tax Rules should not be included in the gross agricultural receipts here.
2ii Expenditure incurred on agriculture Please enter the claim of expenditure and brought forward losses in these columns, in the manner provided as per Part IV of First Schedule of the relevant Finance Act from gross agricultural income.

Please note that the unabsorbed agricultural loss Upto previous eight assessment years can be adjusted.

2iii Unabsorbed agricultural loss of previous eight assessment years
2iv Agricultural income portion relating to Rule 7, 7A, 7B (1), 7B(1A) and 8 (from S. No. 40 of Sch. BP) Please enter the amount of Agricultural income portion relating to Rule 7, 7A, 7B (1), 7B(1A) and 8, which is an auto-populated figure from schedule BP item no 40
2v Net Agricultural income for the year (i – ii – iii+ iv) (enter nil if loss) Please enter the amount of net agricultural income for the year, which is an auto-populated figure computed as gross agricultural receipts [3i]as

increased by Agricultural income portion related to Rule 7, 7A, 7B(1) , 7B(1A) & 8 [3iv] and as reduced by expenditure [3ii] and unabsorbed agricultural losses [3iii].

2vi In case the net agricultural income for the year exceeds Rs.5 lakh, please furnish the following details In this column please fill up the following details of agricultural land from which the agricultural income is being derived, in case your net agricultural income for the year exceeds Rs. 5 lakh:

(a) Name of district along with pin code in which agricultural land is located

(b) Measurement of agricultural land in Acre

(c) Whether the agricultural land is owned or held on lease

(d) Whether the agricultural land is irrigated or rain-fed

3 Other exempt income, (including exempt income of minor child) In this column please fill up details of any other type of exempt income. Please specify nature of income and enter amount.
4 Income not chargeable to tax as per DTAA Please report in this column any income which is not chargeable to tax in accordance with the relevant article of the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) of India with another country.

In the given table, please report the amount of income, nature of income, head of income and furnish other relevant details of the applicable DTAA such as country name and code and the relevant article of DTAA. Please also mention whether or not the Tax Residency Certificate (TRC) has beobtained from the jurisdiction of residence.

5 Pass through income not chargeable to tax (Schedule PTI) The details of pass through income from business trust or investment fund as per section 115UA or 115UB are required to be reported separately in Schedule PTI.

If any amount of pass through income reported therein is claimed to be exempt, the same should also be reported at this column in the Schedule EI.

6 Total (1 + 2 + 3+ 4 + 5 ) Please enter the aggregate amount of income which is not liable to be included in total income or is not chargeable to tax for the year.

This is an auto-populated figure representing the sum of figures computed as interest income at column [1], net agricultural income at column [2], other exempt income at column [3], income not chargeable to tax as per DTAA at column [3] and pass through income not chargeable to tax at column [5].

Schedule PTIPass Through Income details from business trust or investment fund as per section 115UA, 115UB

In this Schedule, please report the details of pass through income/loss as per form 64B or 64C received from business trust or investment fund as referred to in section 115UA or 115UB.

The details of pass through income received from each business trust or investment fund should be reported in separate rows.

Field Name Instruction
Investment entity covered by section 115UA/115UB Please select the section under which Business Trust / Investment fund is covered from dropdown menu: –

Section 115UA

Section 115UB

Name of business trust/ investment fund Enter the name the name of business trust /investment fund in column no 3.
PAN of the business trust/ investment fund Enter the PAN of the business trust /investment fund in the text box in column no 4.
Head of Income & Current year income Please enter the amount of current year of income under the relevant head of income in column no 7:

(i) House property

(ii) Capital Gains

(iii) Other Source

(iv) Income claimed to be exempt (please specify the section)

Share of current year loss distributed by Investment
fund
Enter the amount of current year loss distributed by the investment fund in Column no 8.
Net Income/ Loss (78) Please enter the aggregate amount of net income/loss.

This is an auto-populated figure representing the sum of figures computed as current year income at column [7] as reduced by Share of Current year loss distributed by Investment fund [8]

TDS on such amount, if any Enter the TDS deducted on such amount at column no 10

Please ensure that income reflected in this schedule is also reflected in corresponding schedules of income

Schedule TPSA Details of tax on secondary adjustment as per section 92CE(2A) as per the schedule provided in efiling utility .

Please enter the amount of primary adjustment on which option u/s 92CE(2A) is exercised on such excess money or part thereof. The adjustment should be in respect of amount which has not been repatriated in India as per section 92CE of the Act.

The Additional Tax & surcharge will be computed at the rate of 18% and 12% respectively on the such excess money or part thereof.

Please note that the taxes paid under section 92CE(2A) will be treated as final payment and no further credit shall be claimed. Please chose the dropdown of the FY (FY 2019-20 or FY 2020-21) for which you are claiming benefit of Section 92CE (2A).

Schedule FSIDetails of Income from outside India and tax relief

Schedule FSI is applicable for the taxpayer who is resident in India-

In this Schedule, please report the details of income, which is accruing or arising from any source outside India. Please note that such income should also be separately reported in the head-wise computation of total income. The relevant head of income under which such foreign source income has been reported should also be duly mentioned in the relevant column here.

For country code use the International Subscriber Dialing (ISD) code of the country.

The Tax Payer Identification Number (TIN) of the assessee in the country where tax has been paid is to be filled up. In case TIN has not been allotted in that country, then, passport number should be mentioned.

In case any tax has been paid outside India on such foreign source income and tax relief, as admissible, is being claimed in India, the relevant article of applicable DTAA should also be mentioned.

Please ensure that the details of foreign tax credit and income reported in schedule FSI should tallied with form 67 filed by you

Schedule TRSummary of tax relief claimed for taxes paid outside India

In this Schedule, please provide a summary of tax relief which is being claimed in India for taxes paid outside India in respect of each country. This Schedule captures a summary of detailed information furnished in the Schedule FSI.

In column (a) and (b), please specify the relevant country code and Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) respectively.

For country code use the International Subscriber Dialing (ISD) code of the country.

The Tax Payer Identification Number (TIN) of the assessee in the country where tax has been paid is to be filled up. In case TIN has not been allotted in that country, then, passport number should be mentioned.

In column (c) mention the tax paid outside India on the income declared in Schedule FSI which will be the total tax paid under column (c) of Schedule FSI in respect of each country.

In column (d) mention the tax relief available that will be the total tax relief available under column (e) of Schedule FSI in respect of each country.

In column (e), please specify the provision of the Income-tax Act under which tax relief is being claimed i.e. section 90, section 90A or section 91.

Schedule FADetails of Foreign Assets and Income from any source outside India

If you are a resident in India, you are required to furnish details of any foreign asset etc. in this Schedule.This Schedule need not be filled up if you are ‘not ordinarily resident’ or a ‘non-resident’.

In tables A1 to G, please furnish the details of foreign assets or accounts of the following nature, held at any time during the relevant accounting period:-

> Table A1 – Foreign depository accounts

> Table A2 – Foreign custodian accounts

> Table A3 – Foreign equity and debt interest

> Table A4 -Foreign cash value insurance contract or annuity contract

> Table B – Financial interest in any entity outside India

> Table C – Any immovable property outside India

> Table D – Any other capital assets outside India.

> Table E – Any other account located outside India in which you areasigning authority (which is not reported in tables A1 to D)

> Table F – Trust created outside India in which you are a trustee, a beneficiary or settlor

> Table G – Any other income derived from any foreign source (which is not reported in tables A1 to F)

In case you are a resident in India, the details of all foreign assets or accounts in respect of which you are a beneficial owner, a beneficiary or the legal owner, is required to be mandatorily disclosed in the Schedule FA.For this purpose, –

(a) Beneficial owner in respect of an asset means an individual who has provided, directly or indirectly, consideration for the asset and where such asset is held for the immediate or future benefit, direct or indirect, of the individual providing the consideration or any other person.

(b) Beneficiary in respect of an asset means an individual who derives an immediate or futurebenefit, directly or indirectly, in respect of the asset and where the consideration for such asset has been provided by any person other than such beneficiary.

In case you are both a legal owner and a beneficial owner, please mention legal owner in the column of ownership.

In table A1, the peak balance in the account during the accounting period, closing balance as at the end of accounting period and gross interest paid or credited to the account during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency.

In table A2, the peak balance in the account during the accounting period, closing balance as at the end of accounting period and gross amount paid or credited to the account during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency. The nature of gross amount paid should be specified from the drop-down list viz. interest, dividend, proceeds from sale or redemption of financial assets or other income, and the respective amount should be mentioned.

In table A3, the initial value of investment, peak value of investment during the accounting period, closing value of investment as at the end of accounting period, gross interest paid, total gross amount paid or credited to the account during the accounting period, and total gross proceeds from sale or redemption of investment during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency.

In table A4, the cash value or surrender value of the insurance contract or annuity contract as at the end of accounting period and total gross amount paid or credited with respect to the contract is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency.

In table B, the value of total investment at cost held at any time during the accounting period and nature and amount of income accrued therefrom during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency. Further, amount of income which is chargeable to tax in India, out of the foreign source income, should also be specified at column (10).The relevant Schedule of the ITR where income has been offered to tax should be mentioned at column (11) and (12).

For the purposes of disclosure in table B, financial interest would include, but would not be limited to, any of the following cases:-

(1) the resident assessee is the owner of record or holder of legal title of any financial account, irrespective of whether he is the beneficiary or not; or

(2) the owner of record or holder of title is one of the following:-

(i) an agent, nominee, attorney or a person acting in some other capacity on behalf of the resident assessee with respect to the entity;

(ii) a corporation in which the resident assessee owns, directly or indirectly, any share or voting power;

(iii) a partnership in which the resident assessee owns, directly or indirectly, an interest in partnership profits or an interest in partnership capital;

(iv) a trust of which the resident assessee has beneficial or ownership interest; or

(v) any other entity in which the resident assessee owns, directly or indirectly, any voting power or equity interest or assets or interest in profits.

In table C, the value of total investment at cost in the immovable property held at any time during the accounting period and nature and amount of income derived from the property during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency. Further amount of income which is chargeable to tax in India, out of the foreign source income, should also be specified at column (9). The relevant Schedule of the ITR where income has been offered to tax should be mentioned at column (10) and (11).

In table D, the value of total investment at cost of any other capital asset held at any time during the accounting period and nature and amount of income derived from the capital asset during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency. Further amount of income which is chargeable to tax in India, out of the foreign source income, should also be specified at column (9). The relevant Schedule of the ITR where income has been offered to tax should be mentioned at column (10) and (11).

For the purposes of disclosure in table D, capital assets shall include any other financial asset which is not reported in table B, but shall not include stock-in-trade and business assets which are included in the Balance Sheet.

In table E, the value of peak balance or total investment at cost, in respect of the accounts in which you have a signing authority, during the accounting period is required to be disclosed after converting the same into Indian currency. Please note that only those foreign accounts which have not been reported in table A1 to table D above should be reported in this table. In case the income accrued in such foreign account is taxable in India, please specify the amount of income which is chargeable to tax in India after converting the same into Indian currency at column (9) and the relevant Schedule of the ITR at column (10) and (11).

In table F, the details of trusts set up under the laws of a country outside India in which you are a trustee, beneficiary or settlor is required to be disclosed. In case any income derived from such trust is taxable in your hands in India, please specify the amount of income which is chargeable to tax in India at column (10) and the relevant Schedule of the ITR at column (11) and (12).

In table G, the details of any other income, derived from any foreign source, which is not included in the tables A1 to F above is required to be disclosed. In case any income out of the income derived from foreign source is taxable in your hands in India, please specify the amount of income which is chargeable to tax in India after converting the same into Indian currency at column (7) and the relevant Schedule of the ITR at column (8) and (9).

For the purpose of this Schedule, the accounting period means the period comprising:-

(a) from 1st January, 2020 to 31st December, 2020 in respect of foreign assets or accounts etc. held in those jurisdictions where calendar year is adoptedas basis for the purpose of closing of accounts and tax filings;

(b) from 1st April, 2020 to 31st March, 2021 in respect of foreign assets or accounts etc. held in those jurisdictions where financial year is adopted as basis for the purpose of closing of accounts and tax filings; or

(c) that period of 12 months, which ends on any day succeeding 1st April, 2020, in respect of foreign assets or accounts held in those jurisdictions where any other period of 12 months is adopted as basis for the purpose of closing of accounts and tax filings.

For the purpose of this Schedule, the rate of exchange for conversion of the peak balance or value of investment or the amount of foreign sourced income in Indian currency shall be the “telegraphic transfer buying rate” of the foreign currency as on the date of peak balance in the account or on the date of investment or the closing date of the accounting period.

For the purposes of this Schedule, “telegraphic transfer buying rate”, in relation to aforeign currency, means the rate or rates of exchange adopted by the State Bank of India constituted under the State Bank of India Act, 1955 (23 of 1955), for buying such currency, having regard to the guidelines specified from time to time by the Reserve Bank of India for buying such currency, where such currency is made available to that bank through a telegraphic transfer.

If you have held foreign assets during the previous year which have been duly reported in the Schedule FA. Even then you are required to report such foreign asset again in the Schedule AL (if applicable)

Schedule 5A- Information regarding apportionment of income between spouses governed by Portuguese Civil Code

In case you are governed by the system of community of property under the Portuguese Civil Code 1860, please furnish the information necessary for apportionment of income between husband and wife in this Schedule.

In columns (ii) and (iv), please provide head-wise break-up of amount of income received and TDS deducted on such income.

In columns (iii) and (iv), please specify the head-wise break-up of amount of income, and TDS thereon, to be apportioned in the hands of spouse.

Please provide name and PAN/Aadhaar No. of spouse in whose hands income has to be apportioned. The income so apportioned should be reflected in the return of income of the spouse.

Please provide details whether books of accounts of spouse is audited u/s 44AB/92E? or Whether your spouse is a partner of a firm whose accounts are required to be audited u/s 44AB/92E under this Act?

Schedule ALAssets and Liabilities at the end of the year

In case your total income exceeds Rs. 50 lakhs, it is mandatory to disclose the details of movable and immovable assets etc. in this Schedule along with liabilities incurred in relation to such assets.

Please note that the assets and liabilities disclosed inthe balance sheet of the proprietary business in part A- BS is not required to be reported again in this Schedule.

The assets required to be reported in this Schedule include immovable assets viz. land and building, ; financial assets viz. bank deposits, shares and securities, insurance policies, loans and advances given, cash in hand, movable assets viz. jewellery, bullion, vehicles, yachts, boats, aircraft etc. and interest held in the assets of a firm or association of persons (AOP) as a partner or member .

If you are a non-resident or ‘resident but not ordinarily resident’, only the details of assets located in India are to be mentioned.

For the purpose of this Schedule, “jewellery” includes.-

(a) ornaments made of gold, silver, platinum or any other precious metal or any alloy containing one or more of such precious metals, whether or not containing any precious or semi-precious stone, and whether or not worked or sewn into any wearing apparel;

(b) precious or semi-precious stones, whether or not set in any furniture, utensil or other article or worked or sewn into any wearing apparel.

For the purposes of this Schedule, the amount in respect of assets to be reported will be:-

(a) the cost price of such asset to the assessee; or

(b) where wealth-tax return was filed by the assessee and the asset was forming part of the wealth-tax return, the value of such asset as per the latest wealth-tax return in which it was disclosed as increased by the cost of improvement incurred after such date, if any.

In case the asset became the property of the assessee under a gift, will or any mode specified in section 49(1) and not covered by (v) above:-

(a) the cost of such asset to be reported will be the cost for which the previous owner of the asset acquired it, as increased by the cost of any improvement of the asset incurred by the previous owner or the assessee, as the case may be; or.

(b) in case where the cost at which the asset was acquired by the previous owner is not ascertainable and no wealth-tax return was filed in respect of such asset, the value may be estimated at the circle rate or bullion rate, as the case may be, on the date of acquisition by the assessee as increased by cost of improvement, if any, or 31st day of March, 2019:

Previous owner shall have the meaning as provided in Explanation to section 49(1) of the Act.

Schedule GST Information regarding turnover/gross receipt reported for GST

In this Schedule, please provide the details of all GSTIN No. registered and respective amounts of annual value of outward supplies reported against each GSTIN No., in column (2) and (3) respectively, based on the figures reported in monthly GST returns.

Part B – TI Computation of total income

Total income for the previous year is required to be computed head-wise as per the provision of the Income-tax Act. Income from all sources should be classified under any one of the heads of income – ‘Salary’, ‘Income from house property’, ‘Capital gains’ and ‘Income from other sources’. Income under each head should be computed separately as per the respective Schedules given in the ITR. Loss from any source should first be set off against income from any other source, under the same head of income, for the current year (intra-head set-off). Thereafter, remaining loss under various heads of income can be set off against income computed under other heads, for the current year as provided for in the Schedule CYLA (inter-head set-off). Losses brought forward from earlier years under certain heads can also be set off from remaining income for the current year under other heads, as provided for in the Schedule BFLA. The remaining income under various heads for the current year, after set off of current year and brought forward losses, should be aggregated to arrive at the figure of gross total income. The deductions claimed under Chapter VI-A etc. should be reduced therefrom to compute total income for the previous year which is chargeable to tax.
Field No. Field Name Instruction
1 Salaries Please enter net income chargeable under the head ‘salaries’ as computed at item No. 6 of Schedule S.
2 Income from house property Please enter net income chargeable under the head ‘income from house property’ as computed at item No. 4 of Schedule HP.

In case a loss figure is computed in Schedule HP, please enter nil in this column. The loss figure should instead be taken to Schedule CYLA for set-off against income under other heads for the current year. The unabsorbed house property loss should be taken to Schedule CFL for carry forward to subsequent years, as permissible.

3 Profits and gains from business or profession Please enter profit and gains from normal business, from speculative business and from specified business at columns 3(i), 3(ii) and 3(iii) respectively. The figures of profit have to be taken as computed at item No. A38 of Schedule BP, 3(ii) and 3(iii) of Table E of Schedule BP respectively.

In case a loss is computed from normal business in Schedule BP, please enter nil in the column 3(i). The loss figure should instead be taken to item E of Schedule BP for intra-head set-off against income from speculative business or specified business, if any, for the current year. The remaining loss from normal business should be taken to Schedule CYLA for inter-head set-off against income under other heads for the current year. Thereafter, the unabsorbed loss from normal business should be taken to Schedule CFL for carry forward to subsequent years, as permissible.

In case a loss is computed from speculative or specified business in Schedule BP, please enter nil in the column 3(ii) or 3(iii), as applicable. The loss from speculative or
specified business should instead be taken to Schedule CFL for carry forward to subsequent years, as permissible. Such unabsorbed loss can be adjusted against income from speculative business or specified business in future years, as permissible.

Please enter the amount of business profits which are chargeable to tax at special rates u/s 115BBF (income from patents) or u/s 115BBG (income from transfer of carbon credits) at column 3(iv).

Please enter the aggregate amount of profits and gains from business or profession at column 3(v). In case the computed figure is a loss, please enter nil in column 3(v).

4 Capital gains Please enter the amounts of short-term capital gains (STCG) and long-term capital gains (LTCG) for the year, chargeable to tax at different rates, at columns 4(a) and 4(b) respectively. For this purpose, the figures of STCG and LTCG should be taken as computed at respective items of Schedule CG.

In case a loss is computed from STCG or LTCG, please enter nil in the columns 4(a) or 4(b) as applicable. The loss figure should be taken to item E of Schedule CG for intra-head set-off against capital gains for the current year. The remaining capital loss should be taken to Schedule CFL for carry forward to subsequent years. Such unabsorbed capital loss can be adjusted against capital gains in future years, as permissible.

Please enter the aggregate amount of capital gains at column 4(c). In case the computed figure is a loss, please enter nil in column 4(c).

5 Income from other sources Please enter net income under the head ‘income from other sources’ which is chargeable to tax at normal rates, chargeable to tax at special rates, and income from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses at columns 5(a), 5(b) and 5(c) respectively. In case a loss figure is computed under the head ‘income from other sources’ which is chargeable to tax at normal rates, please enter nil in the column 5(a). The loss figure should instead be taken to Schedule CYLA for inter-head set-off against income under other heads for the current year.In case a loss figure is computed from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses, please enter nil in the column 5(c).The remaining loss should be taken to Schedule CFL for carry forward to subsequent years. Such unabsorbed loss can be adjusted against income from the activity of owning and maintaining race horses in future years, as permissible.
6 Total of head wise income Please enter the aggregate of incomes computed under various heads in this column. This field will be auto-populated as aggregate of total of Income from house property [1], Profit &gains from Business & profession [2v], Capital Gains[3c] and income from other sources [4]
7 Losses of current year to be set off against 6 Please enter the aggregate of losses computed under the heads of house property, business and other sources, if any, for the current year, to the extent such losses are permitted to be set-off against positive incomes under other heads for the current year, as per the Schedule CYLA.

This figure should be computed as aggregate of total of current year losses set-off with income as per columns (2), (3) and (4) of Schedule CYLA.

8 Balance after set off current year losses (6 – 7) Please enter remaining current year income after inter-head set-off of current year losses.

This is an auto-populated figure taken as aggregate of head-wise income [column (6)] as reduced by current year losses allowed to be set-off [column (7)].

9 Brought forward losses to be set off against 8 Please enter the aggregate of losses brought forward from earlier years under the heads of house property, business loss, capital loss, loss from horse races and unabsorbed depreciation or allowance, if any, to the extent such brought forward losses etc. are permitted to be set-off against remaining positive incomes under various heads for the current year, as per the Schedule BFLA.This figure should be computed as aggregate of total of brought forward losses, unabsorbed depreciation and unabsorbed allowances set-off with current year income as per columns (2), (3) and (4) of Schedule BFLA.
10 Gross Total income (8-9) Please enter remaining current year income after allowing for adjustment of brought forward losses, unabsorbed depreciation and unabsorbed allowances.

This is an auto-populated figure taken as balance of current year income [column (8)] as reduced by brought forward losses unabsorbed depreciation and unabsorbed
allowances allowed to be set-off against such income [column (9)].

11 Income chargeable to tax at special rate under section 111A, 112, 112A etc. included in 10 Please report in this column aggregate of incomes under various heads which are chargeable to tax at special rates and are included in the Gross Total Income computed at column (10).

This figure should be taken from column (i) of Schedule SI.

12 Deductions under Chapter VI- A Please report deductions claimed under Chapter VI-A of the Income-tax Act in this column. Please ensure to fill up the details of claim of deductions in Schedule VI-A of this ITR form.

In column 12(a), the aggregate of claims of deductions in respect of certain payments and deductions in respect of other incomes/other deductions should be entered. This figure should be taken as aggregate of amounts claimed at item (1) and item (3) of Schedule VI-A. The claim here should be limited upto the amount ofupto total of Income chargeable at normal rates i.e. aggregate of total of row (i5+ ii5+ iii5+ iv5+ v5+ viii5+ xiii5+ xiv5) of Schedule BFLA

In column 12(b), the aggregate of claims of deductions in respect of certain incomes should be entered. This figure should be taken as aggregate of amounts claimed at item (2) of Schedule VI-A. The claim here should be limited upto column 5(ii) of schedule BFLA

In column 12(c), the total claim of deduction under Chapter VI-A should be entered .i.e 11(a) and 11(b). The claim here should be limited upto the amount of Gross Total Income [column (10)] as reduced by income chargeable at special rates [column (11)].

13 Deduction u/s 10AA Please enter the total amount of claim of deductions in respect of undertakings located in Special Economic Zone (SEZ) as per section 10AA.

Please ensure to fill up the details of claim of deductions in Schedule 10AA of this ITR form.

14 Total income Please enter the amount of total income chargeable to tax for the previous year at this column.

This is an auto-populated figure taken as Gross Total Income [column (10)] as reduced by total deductions claimed under chapter VI-A [column 12(c)] and deductions claimed u/s 10AA [column (13)].

15 Income which is included in 14 and chargeable to tax at special rates Please report in this column aggregate of incomes under various heads which are

chargeable to tax at special rates and are included in the Total Income computed at column (14).This figure should be taken from column (i) of Schedule SI.

16 Net agricultural income/ any other income for rate purpose Please report in this column net agricultural income or any other income which is required to be aggregated to the total income for the previous year for the purpose of determining the applicable rate of tax.

Please ensure to fill up the details of agricultural income in Schedule EI of this ITR form.

17 Aggregate income (14 – 15 + 16) Please compute aggregate income in this column as Total Income [column (14)]
reduced by the income chargeable at special rates [column (15)] and increased by the amount of net agricultural income [column (16)] for rate purposes.
18 Losses of current year to be carried forward Please report in this column aggregate of losses of current year under various heads which are permitted to be carried forward to subsequent years.

This figure should be taken head-wise total of row (xiv) of Schedule CFL.

19 Deemed income under section 115JC Please report in this column adjusted total income computed u/s 115JC for the purpose of determining Alternate Minimum Tax

(AMT) payable for the current year.Please ensure to fill up Schedule AMT of this ITR form.

Part B – TTI Computation of tax liability on total income

Tax liability on aggregated total income should be computed at normal applicable rates and should be compared with the Alternate Minimum Tax (AMT) payable on adjusted total income u/s 115JC. The gross tax liability for the year is taken as higher of these two, against which claim of AMT credit and tax reliefs under sections 89/90/90A/91, as admissible, are allowed to arrive at the net tax liability for the year. Interest and fees payable for various defaults in compliance are added thereto to compute the aggregate tax liability. The net amount payable or refundable is computed after claiming credit of prepaid taxes (advance tax, TDS, TCS and self-assessment tax).
Field No. Field Name Instruction
1 Tax payable on deemed income under section 115JC In column 1(a), please enter the amount of the Alternate Minimum Tax (AMT) payable on adjusted total income computed under section 115JC, as per item No. 4 of Schedule AMT.

Compute surcharge and health and education cess leviable on AMT in columns 1(b) and 1(c) respectively.

In column 1(d), compute the gross tax payable on deemed income as aggregate of AMT, surcharge and cess at columns 1(a), 1(b) and 1(c) respectively.

If 115BAC is opted, then AMT u/s 115JC is not applicable and all these fields should be “0”

2 Tax payable on total income Please compute tax payable on total income as per normal provisions in this column.

In column 2(a), compute tax at normal applicable rates on the aggregated total income, as entered at column 17 of Part B-TI.

In column 2(b), please enter the amount of tax chargeable at special rates as per
Schedule SI.

In case total income chargeable at normal rates exceeds the maximum amount not chargeable to tax, please enter the amount of rebate admissible on net agricultural income in column 2(c).

In column 2(d), please compute the tax payable on total income, as indicated therein.

In column 2(e), please enter the amount of tax rebate admissible u/s 87A, if any, and compute the net tax payable after rebate in column 2(f).

Compute surcharge(before & after marginal relief) and health and education cess leviable on tax liability in columns 2(g) and 2(h) respectively.

(Please refer Annexure 6)

In column 2(i), compute the gross tax liability on total income as aggregate of tax, surcharge and cess computed at columns 2(f), 2(g) and 2(h) respectively.

3 Gross tax payable Please enter the amount of gross tax liability payable for the year which should be taken as the higher amount of gross AMT liability [column 1(d)] and gross tax payable as per normal provisions [column 2(i)].
3a Tax on income without including income on perquisites referred in section 17(2)(vi) received from employer, being an eligible start-up referred to in section 80-IAC ( Schedule Salary) Please enter tax on income without including income on perquisites referred in section 17(2)(vi) received from employer, being an eligible start-up referred to in section 80-IAC (3a = 3-3b)
3b Tax deferred – relatable to income on perquisites referred in section 17(2)(vi) received from employer, being an eligible start-up
referred to in section 80-IAC
The income-tax on ESOP income (Income received in assessment year beginning on or after 1st April, 2021) is payable by the

assessee within fourteen days—

(i) after the expiry of forty-eight months from the end of the relevant assessment year; or

(ii) from the date of the sale of such specified security or sweat equity
share by the assessee; or

(iii) from the date of the assessee ceasing to be the employee of the employer who allotted or transferred him such specified security or sweat equity share, whichever is the earliest.

Deferred Tax (including surcharge and Health and Education cess) on ESOP income will be computed as below (a-b+ c+ d):

a. Deferred Tax on ESOP income will be computed by proportionating Tax on normal income into ESOP income and total normal income

b. Rebate on agriculture income w.r.t. deferred tax will be computed by proportionating Rebate on agriculture income into deferred tax and total normal tax

c. Surcharge on Deferred Tax will be computed by proportionating total surcharge except 115BBE into deferred tax and total tax other than 115BBE.

d. Cess @ 4% will be calculated on
deferred tax (reduced by rebate on agriculture income) and surcharge on deferred tax (a-b+ c)

4 Credit under section 115JD of tax paid in earlier years In case the gross AMT payable is higher than the gross tax payable as per normal provisions, please enter in this column AMT credit of earlier years utilised against the gross AMT payable for this year.

The figure of AMT credit utilised should be taken as per Schedule AMTC.

5 Tax payable after credit under section 115JD Please enter the net tax payable for the year after allowing credit of AMT of earlier years (if applicable).
6 Tax relief In column 6(a), please enter the amount of tax relief admissible in respect of arrears or advance of salary received during the year computed as per section 89. Please ensure to submit form 10E to claim the relief

In column 6(b), please enter the amount tax relief claim for taxes paid outside India in respect of countries where DTAA is applicable, as per section 90 or section 90A.

In column 6(c), please enter the amount tax relief claim for taxes paid outside India in respect of countries where DTAA is not applicable, as per section 91.

In column 6(d), please compute the aggregate of claims of tax relief in the above columns.

7 Net tax liability (5 – 6d) In this column, please compute net tax liability payable for the year after allowing the tax relief admissible.
8

 

Interest and Fee payable

 

In column 8(a), please enter the amount of interest chargeable for default in furnishing the return of income as per section 234A.

In column 8(b), please enter the amount of interest chargeable for default in payment of advance tax as per section 234B.

In column 8(c), please enter the amount of interest chargeable for deferment in payment of advance tax as per section 234C.

(Please refer Annexure 5 for note on 234C)

Note on 234C calculation

In column 8(d), please enter the amount of fee payable for default in furnishing the return of income as per section 234F.

The fee payable is Rs. 5, 000 in case the return is filed after the due date but by the 31st December, 2021.

However, in case the total income does not exceed Rs. 5 lakhs, the fee payable for
default in furnishing the return of income u/s 234F shall not exceed Rs. 1, 000/-.

In column 8(e), please enter the aggregate amount of interest and fee payable, as computed in the above columns.

9 Aggregate liability (7+ 8e) In this column, please enter the aggregate amount of tax, interest and fee payable for the year.
10 Taxes Paid In this column, please enter the total amounts of advance tax, TDS, TCS and self-assessment tax for which credit is being claimed in this year.

The details of these tax payments should be mentioned at column 17 of Part B-TTI.

11 Amount payable In case the aggregate amount payable [column (9)] is higher than the taxes paid for the year [column (10e)], please compute the net amount payable after claiming credit of taxes paid.
12 Refund In case the taxes paid for the year [column (10e)] is higher than the aggregate amount payable [column (9)], please compute the net amount refundable.
13

 

Do you have a bank account in India (Non- Residents claiming refund with no bank account in India may select No)

Select Yes or No

Please provide the details of all the savings/current accounts held by you at any time in India during the previous year. It is not mandatory to provide details of dormant accounts which are not operational for more than 3 years. Please indicate the account in which you would like to get your refund credited irrespective of whether you have refund or not. The account number given should be as per Core Banking Solution (CBS) system of the bank.

If non-resident is claiming refund with no bank account in India, please tick ‘No’ for the question ‘do you have a bank account in India’

IFS Code of the bank (SWIFT code in case of foreign bank) Please enter the IFS Code of the Bank (11 digits) or SWIFT Code in case of foreign bank account.
Name of the Bank Please enter name of the Bank
Account Number Please enter account number of the Bank
Country of Location In case of non-resident, please provide country of location of bank
IBAN In case of non-resident, please provide IBAN
14. Do you at any time during the previous year, –

(i) hold, as beneficial owner, beneficiary or otherwise, any asset (including financial
interest in any entity) located outside India; or

(ii) have signing authority in any account located outside India; or

(iii) have income from any source outside India?

In case you are a resident in India, and you are a legal or beneficial owner or a beneficiary of any foreign asset or a foreign account, or you have signing authority in any foreign account, or you have income from any foreign source and if you have held the foreign assets etc. at any time during the “previous year” (in India) as also at any time during the “relevant accounting period” (in the foreign tax jurisdiction), please tick ‘Yes’ in this column. Please ensure to furnish details of such foreign assets or foreign accounts etc. in Schedule FA.

Else tick ‘No’.

Note: Enhanced surcharge is applicable to tax payer having status as Individual,HUF. The Finance (No. 2) Act, 2019 has been amended to withdraw the enhanced surcharge, i.e., 25% or 37%, as the case may be, from income chargeable to tax under section 111A, 112A and 115AD (1)(b). Hence, the maximum rate of surcharge on tax payable on such incomes shall be 15%. However, where other income of a person does not exceed Rs. 2 crores but after including the incomes as referred to in above sections, the total income exceeds Rs. 2 crores then irrespective of the amount of other income, surcharge shall be levied at the rate of 15% on the amount of tax payable on both normal income as well as income referred to in section 111A and 112A.The Finance Act, 2021 has been amended to relax the enhanced surcharge on “Dividend income” chargeable at normal rates and Dividend income u/s 115AD(i).

Item No. 15 TRP Details

This return can be prepared by a Tax Return Preparer (TRP) also in accordance with the Tax Return Preparer Scheme. If the return has been prepared by TRP, the relevant details have to be filled by him and the return has to be countersigned by him in the space provided in the said item.

Item No.17 Tax payments

Part –A Details of payments of Advance Tax and SelfAssessment Tax

Please enter the relevant details of payment of advance tax or self-assessment tax.
Column No. Field Name Instruction
2 BSR Code Please enter the seven-digit BSR code of Bank at which tax was deposited.
3 Date of Deposit Please enter date on which tax was deposited in DD/MM/YYYY format.
4 Serial Number of Challan Please enter the Serial Number of Challan.
5 Amount Please enter the tax amount deposited.

PartB Details of Tax Deducted at Source from Salary

Please enter the relevant details of taxes deducted at source from salary as appearing in Form 16 issued by the employer
Column No. Field Name Instruction
2 TAN of the Employer Please enter the Tax Deduction Account Number (TAN) of the Employer.
3 Name of the Employer Please enter the name of the Employer.
4 Income chargeable under salaries Please enter the gross amount of salary in respect of which tax has been deducted at source.
5 Total tax deducted Please enter the amount of total tax which has been deducted at source.

PartC Details of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) on Income

Please enter the relevant details of taxes deducted at source on income other than salary as appearing in Form 16A or Form 16B or Form 16C or Form 16D issued by the tax deductor/payer/buyer
Column No. Field Name Instruction
2 TDS credit relating to self /other person [Spouse as per section 5A/5A/ Another person as per Rule 37BA (2)] Please specify in this column whether the TDS for which credit is being claimed was deducted in the hands of self or in the hands of another person. Please choose applicable option from the drop-down list.

a. Self

b. Other Person

3 PAN or Aadhaar No. of other person(If TDS credit related to other person) In case TDS credit relates to other person [as specified in column (2)], please enter PAN/Aadhaar No. of the other person.
4 TAN of the Deductor/PAN of Tenant/Aadhaar No. of Buyer Please enter the TAN of the Deductor. In case tax has been deducted at source by the tenant or buyer of immovable property, please provide the PAN/Aadhaar No. of the tenant or the buyer.
5 & 6 Unclaimed TDS brought forward (b/f) Please enter details of TDS brought forward for which no credit has been claimed in earlier years.

Enter the financial year in which TDS was deducted and amount of TDS in column 5 and column 6 respectively.

Note: Details of unclaimed TDS brought forward (col 5 & 6) , TDS deducted in own hands (col. 7) , TDS deducted in the hands of spouse as per section 5A or any other person as per rule 37BA(2) (if applicable) (col 8) should be reported in different rows

7 & 8 TDS of the current financial year (TDS deducted during FY 2020-21 Please enter the amount of total tax deducted at source for the current financial year.

Please provide break-up of TDS deducted in this year in own hands and in hands of spouse as per section 5A or any other person as per rule 37BA(2).

9 & 10 TDS credit being claimed this year(only if corresponding
income is being offered for tax this year not applicable if TDS is deducted u/s 194N)
Please enter the amount of TDS deducted for which credit is being claimed in this year. Please ensure that the corresponding income has also been offered in this year in the relevant head.

Please provide break-up of TDS credit being claimed in this year in own hands and in hands of spouse as per section 5A or any other person as per rule 37BA(2).

11 & 12 Corresponding receipt/withdrawals offered Please enter the details of corresponding receipt offered, in respect of which TDS credit is being claimed, in this year.

Please enter the gross amount of income and head of income under which income is offered in column 11 and column 12 respectively.

In cases, where TDS is deducted by the payer in current year, but corresponding income is to be offered in future years. In such cases, no TDS credit should be claimed under the column “in own hands” for the current year. If this is done, the column “Corresponding receipt offered” is greyed-off and is not required to be filled up.

Please Note : Select drop down as ‘Not applicable (only in case TDS is deducted u/s 194N)’ in column no 8 if TDS is claimed u/s 194N of the Act

13 TDS credit being carried forward Please enter the amount of remaining TDS credit which is being carried forward to subsequent years.

PartD – Details of Tax Collected at Source (TCS)

Please enter the relevant details of taxes collected at source during the year as appearing in Form 27D issued by the collector.
Column No. Field Name Instruction
2 Tax deduction and Tax Collection Account Number of the Collector Please enter the TAN of the Collector.
3 Name of the Collector Please enter the name of the Collector.
4 & 5 Unclaimed TCS brought forward (b/f) Please enter details of TCS brought forward for which no credit has been claimed in earlier years.

Enter the financial year in which TCS was collected and amount of TCS in column 4 and column 5 respectively.

Note: Details of unclaimed TCS brought forward (col 4 & 5) and TCS of the current financial year (col. 6) should be reported in different rows

6 TCS of the current financial year Please enter the amount of Tax collected at source for the current financial year i.e. FY 2020-21.
7 Amount out of (5) or (6) being claimed this year (only if corresponding receipt being offered for tax this year) Please enter the amount of TCS collected for which credit is being claimed in this year.

Please ensure that the corresponding receipt has also been offered in this year in the
relevant head of income.

8 Amount out of (5) of (6) being carried forward Please enter the amount of remaining TCS credit which is being carried forward 9*subsequent years.

Verification:

In verification part, please enter the name, father’s name and PAN of the person who is filing the return.

Return of income can be verified by the individual himself, or by persons authorised on his behalf in cases referred to in sub-clauses (ii), (iii) and (iv) of clause (a) of section 140 of the Income-tax Act. In such cases however permanent account number of the authorised person is required to be mentioned in verification and capacity has to be mentioned as per the drop down provided.

In case of HUF, return of income can be verified by the Karta of HUF. In case Karta is absent from India, or is mentally incapacitated, the return can be verified by any other adult member of the family.

Before signing the verification, please ensure that the information given in the return and the schedules and the amount of total income, deductions, claims and other particulars shown are true and correct and are in accordance with the provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961 and the Income Tax Rules, 1962. Please note that making a false statement in the return or in the accompanying schedules is liable for prosecution under section 277 of the Income-tax Act, 1961.

Tax Computation Table

(i) In case of every individual (other than resident individual who is of the age of 60 years or more at any time during the financial year202021) or HUF –

Income Tax Liability
1 Upto X2, 50, 000 Nil
2 Between X2, 50, 001 – X5, 00, 000 5% of income in excess of X2, 50, 000
3 Between X5, 00, 001 – X10, 00, 000 X12, 500 + 20% of income in excess of X5, 00, 000
4 Above X10, 00, 000 X1, 12, 500 + 30% of income in excess of X10, 00, 000

(ii) In case of resident individual who is of the age of 60 years or more but less than 80 years at any time during the financial year 202021

Income Tax Liability
1 Upto X3, 00, 000 Nil
2 Between X3, 00, 001 – X5, 00, 000 5% of income in excess of X3, 00, 000
3 Between X5, 00, 001 – X10, 00, 000 X10, 000 + 20% of income in excess of X5, 00, 000
4 Above X10, 00, 000 X1, 10, 000 + 30% of income in excess of X10, 00, 000

(iii) In case of resident individual who is of the age of 80 years or more at any time during the financial year 202021

Income Tax Liability
1 Upto X5, 00, 000 Nil
2 Between X5, 00, 001 – X10, 00, 000 20% of income in excess of X5, 00, 000
3 Above X10, 00, 000 X1, 00, 000 + 30% of income in excess of X10, 00, 000

(iv) In case of individual or HUF opting for new tax regime u/s 115BAC for the financial year 202021

S. No. Income Tax Liability
1 Upto ₹2, 50, 000 Nil
2 Between ₹2, 50, 001 – ₹5, 00, 000 5% of income in excess of ₹2, 50, 000
3 Between ₹5, 00, 001 – ₹7, 50, 000 ₹12500_+ 10% of income in excess of

₹5, 00, 000

4 Between ₹7, 50, 001 –

₹10, 00, 000

₹37, 500 + 15% of income in excess of

₹7, 50, 000

5 Between ₹10, 00, 001 –

₹12, 50, 000

₹75, 000 + 20% of income in excess of

₹10, 00, 000

6 Between ₹12, 50, 001 –

₹15, 00, 000

₹1, 25, 000 + 25% of income in excess of

₹12, 50, 000

7 Above ₹15, 00, 000 ₹1, 87, 500 + 30% of income in excess of

₹15, 00, 000

  • Surcharge:
    • 10% of income tax where total income exceeds X50, 00, 000 but up to X1, 00, 00, 000.
    • 15% of income tax where total income exceeds X1, 00, 00, 000 but up to X2, 00, 00, 000.
    • 25% of income tax where total income exceeds X2, 00, 00, 000 but up to X5, 00, 00, 000.
    • 37% of income tax where total income exceeds X5, 00, 00, 000

The Tax liability computed as per the above table should be further increased by the applicable surcharge and health & education cess @ 4%.

Note: The Finance (No. 2) Act, 2019 has been amended to withdraw the enhanced surcharge, i.e., 25% or 37%, as the case may be, from income chargeable to tax under section 111A, 112A and 115AD(1)(b) (only in case of individual). Hence, the maximum rate of surcharge on tax payable on such incomes shall be 15%. However, where other income of a person does not exceed Rs. 2 crores but after including the incomes as referred to in above sections, the total income exceeds Rs. 2 crores then irrespective of the amount of other income, surcharge shall be levied at the rate of 15% on the amount of tax payable on both normal income as well as income referred to in above section.

.The Finance Act, 2021 has been amended to relax the enhanced surcharge on “Dividend income” chargeable at normal rates and Dividend income u/s 115AD(i).

Please Note: The withdrawal of enhanced surcharge on the income of the nature referred to in clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 115AD of the Income-tax Act shall not be available to HUF

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BUSINESS CODES FOR ITR FORMS FOR A.Y 202122

Sector Sub-Sector Code
AGRICULTURE, ANIMAL

HUSBANDRY & FORESTRY

 

Growing and manufacturing of tea 01001
Growing and manufacturing of coffee 01002
Growing and manufacturing of rubber 01003
Market gardening and horticulture specialties 01004
Raising of silk worms and production of silk 01005
Raising of bees and production of honey 01006
Raising of poultry and production of eggs 01007
Rearing of sheep and production of wool 01008
Rearing of animals and production of animal products 01009
Agricultural and animal husbandry services 01010
Soil conservation, soil testing and soil desalination services 01011
Hunting, trapping and game propagation services 01012
Growing of timber, plantation, operation of tree nurseries and conserving of forest 01013
Gathering of tendu leaves 01014
Gathering of other wild growing materials 01015
Forestry service activities, timber cruising, afforestation and reforestation 01016
Logging service activities, transport of logs within the forest 01017
Other agriculture, animal husbandry or forestry activity n.e.c 01018
FISH FARMING Fishing on commercial basis in inland waters 02001
Fishing on commercial basis in ocean and coastal areas 02002
Fish farming 02003
Gathering of marine materials such as natural pearls, sponges, coral etc. 02004
Services related to marine and fresh water fisheries, fish hatcheries and fish farms 02005
Other Fish farming activity n.e.c 02006
MINING AND QUARRYING Mining and agglomeration of hard coal 03001
Mining and agglomeration of lignite 03002
Extraction and agglomeration of peat 03003
Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas 03004
Service activities incidental to oil and gas extraction excluding surveying 03005
Mining of uranium and thorium ores 03006
Mining of iron ores 03007
Mining of non-ferrous metal ores, except uranium and thorium ores 03008
Mining of gemstones 03009
Mining of chemical and fertilizer minerals 03010
Mining of quarrying of abrasive materials 03011
Mining of mica, graphite and asbestos 03012
Quarrying of stones (marble/granite/ dolomite), sand and clay 03013
Other mining and quarrying 03014
Mining and production of salt 03015
Other mining and quarrying n.e.c 03016
MANUFACTURING

 

 

 

Production, processing and preservation of meat and meat products 04001
Production, processing and preservation of fish and fish products 04002
Manufacture of vegetable oil, animal oil and fats 04003
Processing of fruits, vegetables and edible nuts 04004
Manufacture of dairy products 04005
Manufacture of sugar 04006
Manufacture of cocoa, chocolates and sugar confectionery 04007
Flour milling 04008
Rice milling 04009
Dal milling 04010
Manufacture of other grain mill products 04011
Manufacture of bakery products 04012
Manufacture of starch products 04013
Manufacture of animal feeds 04014
Manufacture of other food products 04015
Manufacturing of wines 04016
Manufacture of beer 04017
Manufacture of malt liquors 04018
Distilling and blending of spirits, production of ethyl alcohol 04019
Manufacture of mineral water 04020
Manufacture of soft drinks 04021
Manufacture of other non-alcoholic beverages 04022
Manufacture of tobacco products 04023
Manufacture of textiles (other than by handloom) 04024
Manufacture of textiles using handlooms (khadi) 04025
Manufacture of carpet, rugs, blankets, shawls etc. (other than by hand) 04026
Manufacture of carpet, rugs, blankets, shawls etc. by hand 04027
Manufacture of wearing apparel 04028
Tanning and dressing of leather 04029
Manufacture of luggage, handbags and the like saddler and harness 04030
Manufacture of footwear 04031
Manufacture of wood and wood products, cork, straw and plaiting material 04032
Manufacture of paper and paper products 04033
Publishing, printing and reproduction of recorded media 04034
Manufacture of coke oven products 04035
Manufacture of refined petroleum products 04036
Processing of nuclear fuel 04037
Manufacture of fertilizers and nitrogen compounds 04038
Manufacture of plastics in primary forms and of synthetic rubber 04039
Manufacture of paints, varnishes and similar coatings 04040
Manufacture of pharmaceuticals, medicinal chemicals and botanical products 04041
Manufacture of soap and detergents 04042
Manufacture of other chemical products 04043
Manufacture of man-made fibers 04044
Manufacture of rubber products 04045
Manufacture of plastic products 04046
Manufacture of glass and glass products 04047
Manufacture of cement, lime and plaster 04048
Manufacture of articles of concrete, cement and plaster 04049
Manufacture of Bricks 04050
Manufacture of other clay and ceramic products 04051
Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products 04052
Manufacture of pig iron, sponge iron, Direct Reduced Iron etc. 04053
Manufacture of Ferro alloys 04054
Manufacture of Ingots, billets, blooms and slabs etc. 04055
Manufacture of steel products 04056
Manufacture of basic precious and non-ferrous metals 04057
Manufacture of non-metallic mineral products 04058
Casting of metals 04059
Manufacture of fabricated metal products 04060
Manufacture of engines and turbines 04061
Manufacture of pumps and compressors 04062
Manufacture of bearings and gears 04063
Manufacture of ovens and furnaces 04064
Manufacture of lifting and handling equipment 04065
Manufacture of other general-purpose machinery 04066
Manufacture of agricultural and forestry machinery 04067
Manufacture of Machine Tools 04068
Manufacture of machinery for metallurgy 04069
Manufacture of machinery for mining, quarrying and constructions 04070
Manufacture of machinery for processing of food and beverages 04071
Manufacture of machinery for leather and textile 04072
Manufacture of weapons and ammunition 04073
Manufacture of other special purpose machinery 04074
Manufacture of domestic appliances 04075
Manufacture of office, accounting and computing machinery 04076
Manufacture of electrical machinery and apparatus 04077
Manufacture of Radio, Television, communication equipment and apparatus 04078
Manufacture of medical and surgical equipment 04079
Manufacture of industrial process control equipment 04080
Manufacture of instruments and appliances for measurements and navigation 04081
Manufacture of optical instruments 04082
Manufacture of watches and clocks 04083
Manufacture of motor vehicles 04084
Manufacture of body of motor vehicles 04085
Manufacture of parts & accessories of motor vehicles & engines 04086
Building & repair of ships and boats 04087
Manufacture of railway locomotive and rolling stocks 04088
Manufacture of aircraft and spacecraft 04089
Manufacture of bicycles 04090
Manufacture of other transport equipment 04091
Manufacture of furniture 04092
Manufacture of Jewellery 04093
Manufacture of sports goods 04094
Manufacture of musical instruments 04095
Manufacture of games and toys 04096
Other manufacturing n.e.c 04097
Recycling of metal waste and scrap 04098
Recycling of non- metal waste and scrap 04099
ELECTRITY, GAS AND WATER Production, collection and distribution of electricity 05001
Manufacture and distribution of gas 05002
Collection, purification and distribution of water 05003
Other essential commodity service n.e.c 05004
CONSTRUCTION

 

Site preparation works 06001
Building of complete constructions or parts- civil contractors 06002
Building installation 06003
Building completion 06004
Construction and maintenance of roads, rails, 06005
bridges, tunnels, ports, harbor, runways etc.
Construction and maintenance of power plants 06006
Construction and maintenance of industrial plants 06007
Construction and maintenance of power transmission and telecommunication lines 06008
Construction of water ways and water reservoirs 06009
Other construction activity n.e.c 06010
REAL ESTATE AND RENTING SERVICES Purchase, sale and letting of leased buildings (residential and non-residential) 07001
Operating of real estate of self-owned buildings (residential and non-residential) 07002
Developing and sub-dividing real estate into lots 07003
Real estate activities on a fee or contract basis 07004
Other real estate/renting services n.e.c 07005
RENTING OF MACHINERY Renting of land transport equipment 08001
Renting of water transport equipment 08002
Renting of air transport equipment 08003
Renting of agricultural machinery and equipment 08004
Renting of construction and civil engineering machinery 08005
Renting of office machinery and equipment 08006
Renting of other machinery and equipment n.e.c 08007
Renting of personal and household goods n.e.c 08008
Renting of other machinery n.e.c 08009
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE

 

 

Wholesale and retail sale of motor vehicles 09001
Repair and maintenance of motor vehicles 09002
Sale of motor parts and accessories- wholesale and retail 09003
Retail sale of automotive fuel 09004
General commission agents, commodity brokers and auctioneers 09005
Wholesale of agricultural raw material 09006
Wholesale of food & beverages and tobacco 09007
Wholesale of household goods 09008
Wholesale of metals and metal ores 09009
Wholesale of household goods 09010
Wholesale of construction material 09011
Wholesale of hardware and sanitary fittings 09012
Wholesale of cotton and jute 09013
Wholesale of raw wool and raw silk 09014
Wholesale of other textile fibres 09015
Wholesale of industrial chemicals 09016
Wholesale of fertilizers and pesticides 09017
Wholesale of electronic parts & equipment 09018
Wholesale of other machinery, equipment and supplies 09019
Wholesale of waste, scrap & materials for re- cycling 09020
Retail sale of food, beverages and tobacco in specialized stores 09021
Retail sale of other goods in specialized stores 09022
Retail sale in non-specialized stores 09023
Retail sale of textiles, apparel, footwear, leather goods 09024
Retail sale of other household appliances 09025
Retail sale of hardware, paint and glass 09026
Wholesale of other products n.e.c 09027
Retail sale of other products n.e.c 09028
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND HOSPITALITY SERVICES Hotels – Star rated 10001
Hotels – Non-star rated 10002
Motels, Inns and Dharmshalas 10003
Guest houses and circuit houses 10004
Dormitories and hostels at educational institutions 10005
Short stay accommodations n.e.c. 10006
Restaurants – with bars 10007
Restaurants – without bars 10008
Canteens 10009
Independent caterers 10010
Casinos and other games of chance 10011
Other hospitality services n.e.c. 10012
TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS SERVICES Travel agencies and tour operators 11001
Packers and movers 11002
Passenger land transport 11003
Air transport 11004
Transport by urban/sub-urban railways 11005
Inland water transport 11006
Sea and coastal water transport 11007
Freight transport by road 11008
Freight transport by railways 11009
Forwarding of freight 11010
Receiving and acceptance of freight 11011
Cargo handling 11012
Storage and warehousing 11013
Transport via pipelines (transport of gases, liquids, slurry and other commodities) 11014
Other Transport & Logistics services n.e.c 11015
POST AND TELE-COMMUNICATION SERVICES Post and courier activities 12001
Basic telecom services 12002
Value added telecom services 12003
Maintenance of telecom network 12004
Activities of the cable operators 12005
Other Post & Telecommunication services n.e.c 12006
FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION

SERVICES

Commercial banks, saving banks and discount houses 13001
Specialised institutions granting credit 13002
Financial leasing 13003
Hire-purchase financing 13004
Housing finance activities 13005
Commercial loan activities 13006
Credit cards 13007
Mutual funds 13008
Chit fund 13009
Investment activities 13010
Life insurance 13011
Pension funding 13012
Non-life insurance 13013
Administration of financial markets 13014
Stock brokers, sub-brokers and related activities 13015
Financial advisers, mortgage advisers and brokers 13016
Foreign exchange services 13017
Other financial intermediation services n.e.c. 13018
COMPUTER AND RELATED SERVICES Software development 14001
Other software consultancy 14002
Data processing 14003
Database activities and distribution of electronic content 14004
Other IT enabled services 14005
BPO services 14006
Cyber café 14007
Maintenance and repair of office, accounting and computing machinery 14008
Computer training and educational institutes 14009
Other computation related services n.e.c. 14010
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT Natural sciences and engineering 15001
Social sciences and humanities 15002
Other Research & Development activities n.e.c. 15003
PROFESSIONS Legal profession 16001
Accounting, book-keeping and auditing profession 16002
Tax consultancy 16003
Architectural profession 16004
Engineering and technical consultancy 16005
Advertising 16006
Fashion designing 16007
Interior decoration 16008
Photography 16009
Auctioneers 16010
Business brokerage 16011
Market research and public opinion polling 16012
Business and management consultancy activities 16013
Labour recruitment and provision of personnel 16014
Investigation and security services 16015
Building-cleaning and industrial cleaning activities 16016
Packaging activities 16017
Secretarial activities 16018
Medical Profession 16019_1
Film Artist 16020
Other professional services n.e.c. 16019
EDUCATION SERVICES Primary education 17001
Secondary/ senior secondary education 17002
Technical and vocational secondary/ senior secondary education 17003
Higher education 17004
Education by correspondence 17005
Coaching centres and tuitions 17006
Other education services n.e.c. 17007
HEALTH CARE SERVICES

 

General hospitals 18001
Speciality and super speciality hospitals 18002
Nursing homes 18003
Diagnostic centres 18004
Pathological laboratories 18005
Independent blood banks 18006
Medical transcription 18007
Independent ambulance services 18008
Medical suppliers, agencies and stores 18009
Medical clinics 18010
Dental practice 18011
Ayurveda practice 18012
Unani practice 18013
Homeopathy practice 18014
Nurses, physiotherapists or other para-medical practitioners 18015
Veterinary hospitals and practice 18016
Medical education 18017
Medical research 18018
Practice of other alternative medicine 18019
Other healthcare services 18020
SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY WORK Social work activities with accommodation (orphanages and old age homes) 19001
Social work activities without accommodation (Creches) 19002
Industry associations, chambers of commerce 19003
Professional organisations 19004
Trade unions 19005
Religious organizations 19006
Political organisations 19007
Other membership organisations n.e.c. (rotary clubs, book clubs and philatelic clubs) 19008
Other Social or community service n.e.c 19009
CULTURE AND SPORT Motion picture production 20001
Film distribution 20002
Film laboratories 20003
Television channel productions 20004
Television channels broadcast 20005
Video production and distribution 20006
Sound recording studios 20007
Radio – recording and distribution 20008
Stage production and related activities 20009
Individual artists excluding authors 20010
Literary activities 20011
Other cultural activities n.e.c. 20012
Circuses and race tracks 20013
Video Parlours 20014
News agency activities 20015
Library and archives activities 20016
Museum activities 20017
Preservation of historical sites and buildings 20018
Botanical and zoological gardens 20019
Operation and maintenance of sports facilities 20020
Activities of sports and game schools 20021
Organisation and operation of indoor/outdoor sports and promotion and production of sporting events 20022
Sports Management 20023_01
Other sporting activities n.e.c. 20023
Other recreational activities n.e.c. 20024
OTHER SERVICES Hair dressing and other beauty treatment 21001
Funeral and related activities 21002
Marriage bureaus 21003
Pet care services 21004
Sauna and steam baths, massage salons etc. 21005
Astrological and spiritualists’ activities 21006
Private households as employers of domestic staff 21007
Event Management 21008_01
Other services n.e.c. 21008
EXTRA TERRITORIAL ORGANISATIONS AND BODIES Extra territorial organisations and bodies (IMF, World Bank, European Commission etc.) 22001

*n.e.c. – not elsewhere classified

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