Hello readers, Today I will discuss key changes in ITR Forms for A.Y 2021-22 in simplified form-
♦ Regarding changes in ITR-1-
ITR-1 cannot be filed in case tax has been deducted u/s 194N
Now what is Section 194N-TDS u/s 194N is required to be deducted if amount of cash withdrawn exceeds –
From banking company or co-operative bank or post-office from one or more accounts maintained by taxpayer.
If tax has been deducted u/s 194N, a person can file –
♦ TDS deducted u/s 194N cannot be carried forward to subsequent years.
It means Credit for tax deducted u/s 194N can be taken in previous year relevant to Assessment year in which tax has been deducted.
♦ Option has been given to Individual or HUF as per Section 115BAC-
As you know from A.Y 2021-22 option is available to Individual & HUF whether to opt New Scheme or not . What is difference between old Scheme vs New Scheme you can refer my Article – ‘’New Scheme vs Old scheme –which is better option’’
So option is given to Assessees to select new scheme-Section 115BAC and required to file Form-10IE before filing the return u/s 139(1).
♦ Change in Schedule 112A-LTCG from sale of equity shareor unit of equity oriented fund on which STT is paid –
Sale price per share/unit now added in Schedule 112A which was not earlier provided.
♦ Dividend also taxable from A.Y 2021-22- As we know Dividend Income taxable from A.Y 2021-22 in hands of Assessee from A.Y 2021-22 so we are required to give quarterly break-up of Dividend received in order to get relief from interest levied u/s 234C.
♦ Changes in Section 44AB- The threshold limit to get books of account audited increased from Rs 1 crore to 10 crores if the following conditions are satisfied-
Note- Json utility for ITR-1 & ITR -4 for A.Y 2021-22 is available now so those who are interested can mail their documents at [email protected].