How to E-File ITR 1 (SAHAJ) with Rental Income?


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Step 1.

Start by entering your permanent information like Name, Date of Birth and PAN number.


Step 2.

Click on Income Sources and input your income details from Salaries, you can choose to upload your Form 16, so we can populate your information directly.
OR enter your taxable salary and details of employer manually.


Step 3.

Locate your Taxable income in your Form 16.


Step 4.

Enter the Salary TDS amount and details of employer
If you changed jobs during the year, add another salary


Step 5.

Next, enter your other incomes like Inerest from Bank Accounts, Fixed Deposits, Gifts and others.


Step 6.

Next, declare the exempt incomes, if any, like Mutual Funds, ULIP's, interest from PPF account and agriculture income.


Step 7.

If you have a housing loan on a self-occupied House Property, declare interest on loan
IF NOT click "GOTO NEXT"


Step 8

If earned rent from a property you own, click the blue button to add details


Enter the total Annual Rent received by you


If this property has housing loan, specify the interest amount paid Enter the address of the property


If this property is co-owned by others, specify the details


Step 9

Review the details of house property and click "Go To Next"


Step 10

Enter the Total of your Section 80C deductions (LIC, Mutual Funds, etc)
Declare all other deductions which are applicable. Check out "More Deductions" tab.
Don't miss a deduction. Read :Guide on Section 80 Deductions


Step 11

ClearTax can automatically import your TDS entries from Income Tax Department.

If you deposited tax via Challan 280 (self assesment tax) yourself, add details regarding it.

Step 10.

Woohoo, ITS DONE !
You can review for return by downloading ITR PDF or ClearTax word-report.
Click on the large green button and your return shall be submited to Income Tax Department.

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