Income Tax Notice

Income Tax Notice

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    Income Tax Notice

    The Income Tax Department issues income tax notices for a variety of reasons, including failure to file an income tax return, errors in submitting a tax return, and other situations in which the tax department seeks more information or documents. There is no need to be concerned or scared when receiving an income tax notification. The taxpayer, on the other hand, must take steps to comprehend the nature of the notice, as well as the request or order contained in the notice, and to comply.

    Families and businesses can use Fastrack Filing’s full array of services to stay on top of their tax obligations. If you receive an income tax notice, contact a FirstFiling Tax Expert to better understand the notice and identify your next steps. You can email a copy of the tax notice along with your query to info@fastrackfiling.in, and our Tax Experts will advise you on the type of notice you received and assist you in complying with the tax notice or order.

    Types of Income Tax Notice

    Notice u/s 143(1) – Intimation

    One of the most prevalent income tax notices is this one. This letter is sent by the IRS to request a response to errors, incorrect claims, or discrepancies in a previously filed tax return. If you want to revise your return after receiving this notice, you must do so within 15 days of receiving the notice. Otherwise, the tax return will be completed after the 143(1) tax notice’s appropriate changes have been made.

    Notice u/s 142(1) – Inquiry

    This notice is sent to the assessee when the return has already been filed and more information and documents are needed to complete the process. This notification can also be used to require a taxpayer to provide further papers or information.

    Notice u/s 139(9) – Defective Return

    A notice under Section 139(9) would be issued if the income tax return filed does not contain all necessary information or incorrect information. If tax notice under Section 139(9) is issued, you should rectify the defect in the return within 15 days.

    Notice u/s 156 – Demand Notice

    This type of notice is issued by the Income Tax Department when any tax, interest, fine, or any other sum is owed by the taxpayer. All demand tax notice will stipulate the sum which is outstanding and due from the taxpayer.

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    Send a copy of the email alert, as well as your phone number and email address, to info@fastrackfiling.com. When you receive your tax notice, a tax expert from Fastrack Filing will contact you for a consultation.

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