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Process to file Income Tax Return (ITR1) on www.itreturnsonline.com

  1. 1. New User Registration process on https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/portal/index.do. Skip this ifalready registered
  2. 2. Insert your PAN Number
  3. 3. Fill your personal details. Name should be same as appearing on your PAN card else the registrationwon’t be successful. Ensure you give your regularly used email-id.
  4. 4. Click on ‘Register’, a message would be displayed that you have successfully registered.If you have problem in getting registered call Toll free number : 1800-425-2229, Direct: 080-22546500
  5. 5. Know your Jurisdiction these details would be required while filling the ITR form.Log on https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/portal/index.do click on services
  6. 6. Log on to www.itreturnsonline.com For New User Click Register
  7. 7. Fill your personal details. Ensure you give your personal regular used email-id
  8. 8. Users can login with your Email ID and password
  9. 9. Enter name and email ID of the Assessee and click on ‘Save’
  10. 10. Double click on your name
  11. 11. Select the Assessment Year 2011-2012
  12. 12. Select the Assessment Year and click on ‘Save’. Then select and double click on the Assessment Year
  13. 13. Select ITR – ITR1 is for salaried person without housing property/capital gains & ITR2 is for salariedperson with Housing property/capital gains AO circle/AO Type / Range Code /AO Number Ward as shown earlier on ‘Know your Jurisdiction’. Click‘Save’ to go to the next step. Due date and Applicable date is 31/07/2011. Select ‘Yes’ go to the nextscreen to enter your Form 16 details.
  14. 14. Enter the salary details as stated on your Form 16.Like gross salary, allowances, Profession tax etc‘Save’ the details and select ‘Yes’ to go to the next step. If you want to add more than one employerclick on ‘Back’ button.
  15. 15. Click on ‘New’, then select ‘Form 16’ from the Select dropdown options and then click on ‘Save’ button,a blank Form-16 entry page will appear to enter one more employers data.‘Save’ the details and select ‘Yes’ to go to the next step.
  16. 16. Deductions from your taxable income, like insurance/donations/medical insurance/mediclaim.
  17. 17. Click here to select 80C investments like LIC, Insurance other than LIC, MF, ULIP, NSC, PPF etc.
  18. 18. Select any other investment typeEnter the details for the selected other deduction and click ‘Save’. Click ‘New’ to add another entry.Click ‘Close’ on above screen to come back to the VI A deductions screen.
  19. 19. Enter the other deduction details. Now select 80D Deductions (if any)
  20. 20. Following Screen appears after selecting the 80D deductions. Enter the details (if any)
  21. 21. Click here to enter the 80G deductions- For specified donation 100% deduction for other 50% of the paidamount for whom 80G benefit is available
  22. 22. Add the Donation details here after selecting the appropriate donation category
  23. 23. Enter the details of the Donee and then select correct group. The ‘Group’ to be selected A/B/C would bementioned on your 80G certificate issued by the Donee.Save the details and select ‘Close’ to move to the next step or select any other VIA deduction category(s)
  24. 24. Enter the TDS deducted by your employer as mentioned in form 16. If more than one employer use‘New’ to enter TDS details for each employer
  25. 25. Enter other TDS details i.e. TDS other than salary like TDS on bank interest so on…Click ‘New’ to add more TDS details i.e. TDS from more than one employer/income sources. Click ‘Save’and select ‘No’ to view report.
  26. 26. If you have to enter Income from other Sources select the ‘Other Sources’ menu on the left.If you have to enter Interest received from the banks, then you first need to enter the banks in the‘General->Banks’ menu
  27. 27. If you know the Bank BSR Code, you enter that, Bank Name and Bank Branch and save the details.Select ‘New’ to add one more Bank.If you do not know the BSR Code, then select the ‘Bank Codes’ option
  28. 28. Select the State, Bank and City and search for the appropriate branch and then select ‘Add to BankMaster’ to add this bank.You can add more than one banks by searching the next bank and adding it to the Bank Master. Nowclose this above screen and you will find your banks in the Bank Master screen.
  29. 29. Now click the ‘Other Sources’ option from the left vertical menu and then select the ‘Interest fromBanks’ option as shown below:
  30. 30. Now Enter the Interest Amount and Particulars and select the Bank BSR code from the bank list wecreated above.You can enter more than one row be selecting ‘New’.After you select ‘Close’, the total of all Bank Interests will be displayed in the ‘Other Sources’ Income.
  31. 31. Now select ‘Verification’ from Masters Menu (This is mandatory)
  32. 32. Enter ‘Bank Details’ from Masters Manu to select refund by cheque or ECS option (direct deposit to yourbank). In case of ECS you need to enter the MICR code of the bank and select the Account type.
  33. 33. After clicking on view report you are directed to the PG, make the payment through net banking or VISACredit/Debit Card. You can now view and print ITR Form (Click on ITR Report) / For Income Computationclick Computation Report. To generate Electronic IT Return (Xml File) click e Return
  34. 34. Select ‘e RETURN’ from the menu and click on ‘Confirm’ to re-confirm the details before e-filing
  35. 35. Select ‘Download’ button to save the xml on the desktop to upload it further on gov site. Select the‘Click here to upload Generated XML file’ button and you are redirected to the Income Tax GovernmentWebsite to upload the xml.
  36. 36. Login on this https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/portal/index.do Click on the ‘Self Assessment Year’from the Submit Return option (For current return for the year ended 31st March 2011 select AY 11-12)
  37. 37. Select the ITR form type i.e. ITR1 or ITR2and then click on ‘Next’
  38. 38. Browse from desktop and select the XML file you have saved. Click ‘Upload’. You will receive a messagethat the income tax return has been successfully uploaded.
  39. 39. On successful upload acknowledgement details PDF would be received via email.
  40. 40. Download the zip file and select the save option
  41. 41. Save the Acknowledgement zip file for future reference
  42. 42. Open the zip fileThe ITRV/ITR ACK PDF document is password protected to ensure it is accessed by the appropriate user.The password is a combination of the PAN (in lower case) and the date of birth in the format ddmmyyyy.E.g. if the PAN is AAAAA0000A and the date of birth is 10-Jan-2008, then the password will beaaaa0000a10012008Please note that you will need Adobe Acrobat reader 8.0 or forward to open the password protectedPDF file. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, please visit the following link to download it:www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.htmlIn case you are unable to open the document, please contact Efiling Income Tax Administrator atask@incometaxindia.gov.in
  43. 43. The following acknowledgement will be received. Click on "Print" to generate printout ofacknowledgement/ITR-V Form.
  44. 44. Print 2 copies of this acknowledgement (one for your record)Sign it here (in blue ink only) and send one signed copy to Bangalore CPC at the address given below byordinary post or Speed post only (registered Post or Courier will not be accepted).“Income Tax Department – CPC, Post Bag No - 1, Electronic City Post Office,Bengaluru - 560100, Karnataka”Normally within 2 to 3 weeks you would receive a confirmation email along with the acknowledgementfile from Bengaluru CPC which states that they have received the ITR-V OR you can also log on to theincome tax government website https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/portal/index.do. and select‘Services>ITR-V Receipt Status’ option.In case you do not receive it then kindly contact Toll free no: 1800-425-2229, Direct: 080-22546500

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