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 File your Income tax return Free of  Cost

You can file your income tax return by uploading Form-16 and providing required details , ApanaTax Team will analyse that and will file  your ITR absolutely free of cost

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How to File Income Tax Return using Apana Tax.com

It is very easy to file income tax return on Apana Tax.com. You can file your income tax return without any cost by way of selecting “File your Income tax return Free of  Cost” option as above.

If you want to take help of our expert team you can select any pack as per the size of your income tax return. Once you select a suitable pack and make payment accordingly, you need to provide few details related to your ITR. Our team will contact you and will discuss your case and prepare your ITR. ITR will be filed by our team and will send you acknowledgement of the return filed.

You can also file your return with the help of Experts or CA

Salary Income Pack

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Suitable for:

  • Person having Salary income
  • Person having Interest income
  • Person having Other income

House Prop Income Pack

₹ 599

Suitable for:

  • Salary from multiple employers
  • Person having Rental income
  • Interest from multiple sources

Capital Gain Pack

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Suitable for:

  • Capital Gain/Loss
  • Stock Trading income
  • Relief under Section 89(1)

Business Income Pack

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Suitable for:

  • Business turnover < 1 crores
  • Professional Turnover < 50 Lakhs
  • Maintains Books of Accounts

Super Business Income Pack

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  • Business turnover > 1 crores
  • Freelancer & Professional turnover > 50 Lakhs
  • Maintains Books of Accounts

Non Resident Indian income Pack

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Suitable for:

  • RI having Foreign Income
  • NRI having foreign income
  • Foreign Person having income in India

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  • Person having income from Business
  • Freelancer & Professional
  • Book keeping Service

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Why ITR is required to be filed ?

Filing returns or not has never been a choice – it’s a legal obligation and must be fulfilled by everyone who falls under the following:

  • If gross total income (before allowing any deductions under section 80C to 80U) exceeds Rs.2,50,000 in the financial year. This limit is Rs 3,00,000 for senior citizens ( who are more than 60 years old but less than 80 years old) and Rs 5,00,000 for super senior citizens (who are more than 80 years old)
  • If you are a company or a firm irrespective of whether you have income or loss during the financial year
  • If you want to claim an income tax refund.
  • If you want to carry forward a loss under a head of income.
  • If you are a Resident individual and have an asset or financial interest in an entity located outside of India. (Not applicable to NRIs or RNORs).
  • If you are in receipt of income derived from property held under a trust for charitable or religious purposes or a political party or a research association, news agency, educational or medical institution, trade union, a not for profit university or educational institution, a hospital, infrastructure debt fund, any authority, body or trust.

Apart from legal obligation, filing tax returns is helpful in following situations:

  • To get a home or personal loan
  • For easy visa and immigration processing
  • It can be used as a proof of income/ net worth certificate
  • To claim excess tax paid via refund

How Does it Work

Select Plan

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Provide Data

Team will prepare ITR

Complete ITR Process

Get acknowledgment of Return

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Frequently Asked Questions

It is very easy to file income tax return on Apana Tax.com. You can file your income tax return without any cost by way of selecting "File Free Return" option as above. If you want to take help of our expert team you can select any pack as per the size of your income tax return.

After selecting a suitable pack, you need to provide your return related document and other required informations in the given format. You also need to make payment by way of Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking etc., once you complete these two steps our team will process your return and will send you acknowledgement of the return filed.

Anyone earning more than the basic exemption limit, needs to file income tax returns. A person is required to file Income Tax Return if its gross total income (before allowing any deductions under section 80C to 80U) exceeds Rs.2,50,000 in the FY 2017-18. This limit is Rs 3,00,000 for senior citizens ( who are more than 60 years old but less than 80 years old) or Rs 5,00,000 for super senior citizens (who are more than 80 years old) Apart from the above the following are required to file ITR
  • Company or a firm irrespective of whether you have income or loss during the financial year
  • You want to claim an income tax refund.
  • You want to carry forward a loss under a head of income.
  • You have exempt long term capital gains
 
Filing returns or not has never been a choice – it’s a legal obligation and must be fulfilled by everyone who falls under the following:
  • If gross total income (before allowing any deductions under section 80C to 80U) exceeds Rs.2,50,000 in the financial year. This limit is Rs 3,00,000 for senior citizens ( who are more than 60 years old but less than 80 years old) and Rs 5,00,000 for super senior citizens (who are more than 80 years old)
  • If you are a company or a firm irrespective of whether you have income or loss during the financial year
  • If you want to claim an income tax refund.
  • If you want to carry forward a loss under a head of income.
  • If you are a Resident individual and have an asset or financial interest in an entity located outside of India. (Not applicable to NRIs or RNORs).
  • If you are in receipt of income derived from property held under a trust for charitable or religious purposes or a political party or a research association, news agency, educational or medical institution, trade union, a not for profit university or educational institution, a hospital, infrastructure debt fund, any authority, body or trust.
Apart from legal obligation, filing tax returns is helpful in the following situations:
  • To get a home or personal loan
  • For easy visa and immigration processing
  • It can be use as a proof of income/ net worth certificate
  • To claim excess tax paid via refund
If you have a PAN card, you are not mandatatorily file tax returns. Filing of Income tax return is depend on your annual income. Anyone earning more than the basic exemption limit, needs to file income tax returns. A person is required to file Income Tax Return if its gross total income (before allowing any deductions under section 80C to 80U) exceeds Rs.2,50,000 in the FY 2017-18. This limit is Rs 3,00,000 for senior citizens ( who are more than 60 years old but less than 80 years old) or Rs 5,00,000 for super senior citizens (who are more than 80 years old) Apart from the above the following are required to file ITR
  • Company or a firm irrespective of whether you have income or loss during the financial year
  • You want to claim an income tax refund.
  • You want to carry forward a loss under a head of income.
  • You have exempt long term capital gains
It is not possible to file ITR without having a valid PAN. W.e.f. 1st July 2017 even no one can file ITR without Aadhar Card hence to file ITR one should have a Valid PAN linked with Aadhar Card.
In case the ITR is not filed and there was tax libility which was unpaid, a penal interest as per u/s 234A i.e. @ 1% per month or part thereof will be charged till the date of payment of taxes. A Penalty of Rs. 5,000 may be charged for non filing of income tax return. The penalty is not levied in all cases and depends upon the circumstances of the case. However, From Financial year of 2017-18 (Assessment Year 2018-19) onwards, a penalty of Rs 5,000 will be charged for returns filed after the due date but it should be before 31st December and if returns are filed after 31st December, a penalty of Rs 10,000 shall apply. However, the penalty will be Rs 1,000 for those with income up to Rs 5 Lakhs. In case the ITR is not filed and the person having assessable income, the person liable to a penalty for concealment of income which ranges from 100% to 300 %. In case there is a loss which need to be carried forward in the future year, will not to be Allowed to Carry Forward if the returned in not filed with in the due date. Apart from the above major consequenses, few others are
  • It is difficult to get loan from Bank without ITR.
  • Non filing of ITR can reduce chances of obtaining visa outside India
  • Non Filling of ITR reduces chances of getting government tenders, registration on panels
Due dates for filing ITR for 2017-18 (AY 2018-19)
Particulars Due Date
Company (Private, Public or Foreign Co.) 30th September’2018
Any Assessee whose accounts are required to be audited 30th September’2018
Co-operative Society 30th September’2018
Any Assessee who is required to furnish TP Report in Form No. 3CEB 30th November’2018
In all other Cases 31st July’2018
A person should choose a return form according to its status i.e., individual/ firm/ company, etc and nature of income. More detail about the suitable form are explained below:
Form No. ITR 1  (SAHAJ)
Mainly Applicable For: a person whose total income for the assessment year 2018-19 mainly includes:-
Income from Salary/ Pension ( for Ordinarily resident person)
Income from One House Property (excluding cases where loss is brought forward from previous years)
Income from Other Sources (Other than winnings from lotteries and race horses or losses)
Form No. ITR 2
Mainly Applicable For:
A person who is an individual or an Hindu Undivided Family who is not eligible to file its return in form ITR-1 (SAHAJ)
Person's total income exceeds Rs 50 lakhs.
Dividend income exceeding Rs. 10 lakhs taxable u/s 115BBDA
Agricultural income more than Rs 5,000
Person has an income from more than one house property
Form No. ITR 3
Mainly Applicable For:
Individual or an Hindu Undivided Family who is carrying out a proprietary business or profession.
Individual or an Hindu Undivided Family having interest, salary, bonus, commission or share of profit received by a partner from a partnership firm
Form No. ITR 4
Mainly Applicable For:
A person who is an individual or an Hindu Undivided Family who is carrying out a Business income where such income is computed in accordance with special provisions referred to in sections 44AD and 44AE of the Act for computation of business income; Income from Profession where such income is computed in accordance with special provisions referred to in sections 44ADA
Form No. ITR 5
Mainly Applicable For:
This Form can be used by a person being a firm, LLPs (Limited Liability Partnership), AOP (Association of Persons), BOI (Body of Individuals), artificial juridical person referred to in section 2(31)(vii), persons referred to in section 160(1)(iii) or (iv), cooperative society, registered societies and local authority.
Form No. ITR 6
Mainly Applicable For:
Companies other than companies claiming exemption under section 11 (Income from property held for charitable or religious purposes) Note: This return is mandatorily required to be filed electronically only.
Form No. ITR 6
Mainly Applicable For:
A persons including companies who is required to file income tax return under section 139(4A) : Income from property held under trust or other legal obligation wholly for charitable or religious purposes or in part only for such purposes or section 139(4B) : Income of a political party if the total income without giving effect to the provisions of section 139A or section 139(4C) : Income of a scientific research association, News Agency, Instituions, university or other educational institution or any hospital or other medical institution or section 139(4D) : Income of a university, college or other institution, which is not required to furnish return of income or loss under any other provision of this section.
ITR-V is and acknowledgement of online return filed which is mailed by the I-T Department after you have e-filed your return. It is a One page verification document which is required to be submitted to the Income Tax Department with in 120 days of filing of ITR. Income tax department start processing return only after receiving ITR - V. A person MUST download this document, print, sign and send it to CPC Bangalore at "Income Tax Department - CPC, Post Box No - 1, Electronic City Post Office, Bangalore - 560100, Karnataka"
The tax payer has to send the duly signed copy of ITR-V to "Centralized Processing Centre, Income Tax Department, Bengaluru 560500 within 120 days of uploading the return by Ordinary post or Speed post ONLY.
Yes, all taxpayers who are earning income only from salary can choose ITR-1 for filing tax returns. However, salaried taxpayers cannot choose ITR-1 in following cases:   (a) His salary income exceeds Rs. 50 lakhs   (b) His salary income is earned from outside India   (c) He is Non-resident or Not-Ordinarily Resident in India   (d) He has any assets located outside India   He has signing authority in any account located outside India.
Individuals/HUFs are required to furnish details of assets and liabilities only when their income exceeds Rs. 50 lakhs. The Schedule AL wherein the details of assets and liabilities are to be furnished is available only in ITR-2, ITR-3 and ITR-4. Thus, the individual or HUF who has to report the details of assets and liabilities has to opt for filing of return in ITR 2, ITR 3 or ITR 4 on basis of criteria given in FAQ No. 1.
During 2016, the Govt. had introduced new Schedule AL in income-tax returns requiring individuals/HUFs to declare the value of assets and liabilities if their total income exceeds Rs. 50 lakhs. If taxpayer is required to provide information in this Schedule, he shall provide the details of cost of immovable property, jewellery, vehicles, shares, bank and cash balance, etc. Further, taxpayer is also required to disclose address of immovable property and description of movable assets.
Yes. Belated return can be filed any time before the end of the relevant assessment year or before the completion of Assessment, whichever is earlier.
The excess tax can be claimed as refund by filing your income tax return. It will be refunded by issue of cheque or by crediting to your bank account. The Income Tax Department has been making efforts to settle refund claims within four months from the month of filing return.
Yes, provided the original return has been filed before the due date, revised return can be filed any time before the end of the relevant assessment year or before the completion of Assessment, whichever is earlier.. However it is expected that the mistake in the original return is of a genuine and bona fide nature.
Though the requirement of the documents for filing ITR is depend on the particuar nature of income, however the following are the main documents required for filing ITR.  
  • A valid PAN Card linked with Aadhar Card
  • Form 16A and Form 16B if you are a Salaried Employee
  • Financial Statement if you have income from business or Profession
  • Income Proof in other case
  • A cancelled cheque to confirm your bank account number (Mainly if you are eligible to take tax refund)
  • Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) certificate
  • Form 26AS (record of all your tax-related activity done through PAN)
  • Tax payment challans (if you have a Tax Liability)
  Documents connected with your investments, life and medical insurance premiums, pension plans, Education Loan repayments, home loan interest payments, medical treatment of elderly parents or physically challenged persons, and donations to charity.
The following are the available tax Exemption   Section 80CC: This refers to investment in annuity plans of LIC or other insurers for pension, from a fund referred to in Section 10 (23AAB).   Section 80CCD: This includes contribution to National Pension Scheme accounts. The following exemptions apply to NPS:  
  • Employee’s contribution to NPS, a maximum of Rs. 1 lakh
  • Employer’s contribution to NPS, a maximum of 10% of the salary
  • Up to Rs. 50,000 additional contribution to NPS
  Section 80CCG: For investments in equities, through Rajiv Gandhi Equity Scheme, you can claim up to 50% of the amount invested in equity shares or Rs. 25,000, whichever is lower.   Section 80D: Payments made towards medical insurance for self, spouse and children will get you deductions up to Rs. 25,000, while medical insurance for parents aged over 60 will get you deductions up to Rs. 30,000.   Section 80DD: If you are spending for medical treatment or maintenance of physically challenged persons, the following exemptions apply:  
  • 40% to 80% disability – Rs. 75,000
  • More than 80% disability – Rs. 1,25,000
Section 80DDB: If you are treating yourself or a dependent relative for any of the diseases specified in Rule 11DD (which includes neurological diseases, malignant cancers, AIDS, chronic renal failure and haematological disorders), then you can claim the following deductions:  
  • For people aged below 60: Up to Rs. 40,000
  • For people aged between 60 to 80: Up to Rs. 60,000
  • For people aged above 80: Up to Rs. 80,000
  Section 80E: Interest paid on education loan for self, spouse or children, for a maximum period of 8 years, can be claimed under this section.   Section 80EE: If you are a first-time house owner, you can claim exemption on interest paid on home loan.   Section 80G: Donations to charity and social causes come under this section. A maximum of Rs. 10,000 is exempted from tax.   Section 80GG: In case House Rent Allowance (HRA) is not part of your salary, you can claim not more than 25% of the annual income.   Section 80GGC: If you have made any contributions to political parties through cheque or other traceable means and not cash, you can claim exemption from tax on the given amount.   Section 80RRB: You can claim tax deduction on up to Rs. 3 lakh if any part of your income comes from royalty of a patent.   Section 80TTA: Up to Rs. 10,000 interest income from savings account is exempt under this section.   Section 80U: If you are physically or mentally challenged, you can claim exemption between Rs. 75,000 to Rs. 1.25 lakh depending on the severity of the disability.