A return can be verified and signed by the individual himself or any person authorized under Section 140(a). Following are cases where a person other than the individual can sign: a. Where the individual is not in India, any person whom he authorizes to sign on his behalf b. If he is mentally incapacitated, his guardian or any other person competent to act on his behalf c. For any other reason, if the individual is unable to sign, any person whom he authorizes to sign on his behalf
When the employer deducts TDS and does not issue a certificate?
Any person responsible for paying salaries is required to deduct TDS before making payment. The Income Tax Act lays down that every person who deducts TDS from a payment, must furnish a certificate with details of TDS deducted & deposited. An employer in specific is compulsorily required to furnish a certificate, in the format of Form 16.
Are there any benefits of e-verification of returns filed online?
E-verification with an Electronic Verification Code (EVC) or an Aadhaar otp as the case may be, is beneficial in as much as you can do away with signing and sending a hard copy of the return filing acknowledgement. Further, e-verification also helps your return getting processed much quickly when compared to the other mode of verification.
How can one generate an Aadhaar otp to e-verify return?
Income tax return filed can be e-verified using an Aadhaar otp too. In order to be able to do so, you must link your Aadhaar with PAN and also you registered mobile number. After doing so, you follow the following steps to e-verify : a. Click on e-file menu, select e-verify return b. Click on e-verify link and select Option 3 – “I would like to generate Aadhaar otp to e-verify my return” c. Taxpayer will get otp on mobile number d. Enter the otp and click on “Submit Aadhaar otp” button
I have e-filed my return. I have taken a print of my ITR V , signed it and sent to CPC. However, I have received a notice from CPC saying they have not received by ITR V yet. And 120 days from the time I filed my return has also lapsed. What should I do?
You may resend your ITR V once again to CPC. You will not be treated as a taxpayer not having filed his return as long as you can show sufficient proof of having sent the ITR V to CPC for the first time.