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How to File ITR-1 (SAHAJ) Online? | ITR Filing FY 2023-24 (AY 2024-25)

By Ektha Surana

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Updated on: Jul 18th, 2024

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8 min read

Latest Update:

The CBDT has released ITR-1 and ITR-4 forms, for the Financial Year 2023-24. These forms will be applicable for filing income tax returns for the Assessment Year 2024-25 and its deadline is set for July 31, 2024, unless an extension is granted. In an effort to streamline the filing process and discourage delays, the Income Tax department has introduced these two ITR forms early. If you are wondering what has changed in ITR-1 and ITR-4, here's a summary of the changes done to ITR-1 and ITR-4:

  • Applicability of ITR forms remains unchanged.
  • Now, the New tax regime is the default tax regime; taxpayers will have to opt-out if they wish to choose the old regime by filing the Form-10IEA.
  • A new column has been added to claim deductions under section 80CCH.
  • The ITR-4 form now includes a "Receipts in Cash" column for claiming an enhanced turnover limit.

What is ITR-1?

ITR-1 is a Income tax return Form, is applicable for salaried individuals with a total income of up to Rs.50 lakh. It is also known as Sahaj Form.

 Who is Eligible to File ITR-1 for FY 2023-24 (AY 2024-25)?

ITR-1 is a simplified one-page form for individuals receiving income of up to Rs 50 lakh from the following sources :

  • Income from salary/pension (from one or multiple employers)
  • Income from one house property (excluding cases where loss is brought forward from previous years)
  • Income from other sources (excluding winning from the lottery and income from race horses)
  • In the case of clubbed Income Tax Returns, where a spouse or a minor is included, this can be done only if their income is limited to the above specifications.

Aadhaar Card is mandatory for Income tax Return filing: The income tax department has made it mandatory for all taxpayers to link their Aadhaar card with their PAN on the income tax department website. Click here to read more about the consequences of not linking Aadhaar card with PAN.

Who Cannot File ITR-1 for AY 2023-24?

  • An individual with an income above Rs 50 lakh.
  • An individual who is either a director of a company or has
  • Held any unlisted equity shares at any time during the financial year.
  • Residents not ordinarily resident (RNOR) and non-residents.
  • Individuals who have earned income through the following means:
    • More than one house property
    • Lottery, racehorses, legal gambling, etc.
    • Taxable capital gains (short-term and long-term)
    • Agricultural income exceeding Rs 5,000
    • Business and profession
    • A resident that has assets (including financial interest in any entity) outside India or is a signing authority in any account located outside India
    • Individuals claiming relief of foreign tax paid or double taxation relief under section 90/90A/91
    • Deferred income tax on ESOP received from an eligible start-up
    • Gains from Virtual Digital Assets (Crypto currency)
    • Individuals for whom TDS is deducted under section 194N

Major Changes Made in the ITR-1 Form for AY 2024-25

  • Individuals filing ITR 1 need to indicate their preferred tax regime in the return of income. 
    The New Tax Regime is the default tax regime from this year, as per the amendments introduced by the Finance Act 2023 in Section 115BAC. For individuals, HUFs, AOPs, BOIs, and AJPs, the new tax regime will apply by default. However, those who prefer the old tax regime, they must explicitly choose to opt-out of Section 115BAC(6).
  • For individuals with income (excluding income from a business or profession) need to specify their preferred tax regime in the income tax return filed for the relevant assessment year under Section 139(1).
    For individuals with income from a business or profession, the option to opt out of the new tax regime and revert to the old tax regime is available. To exercise this choice, they must submit Form No. 10-IEA on or before the due date for filing the income tax return under Section 139(1).
  • An additional section, Section 80CCH, has been introduced by the Finance Act 2023. This section specifies that individuals who enroll in the Agnipath Scheme and subscribe to the Agniveer Corpus Fund on or after 01-11-2022 are entitled to a tax deduction for the entire amount deposited in the Agniveer Corpus Fund. 
    To accommodate this change, ITR form 1 has been updated to incorporate a new column which allows taxpayers to provide the relevant details regarding the amount eligible for deduction under Section 80CCH.

What are the Documents Needed to File ITR?

Documents which you need to file the ITR-1 form are:

  • Form 16: Issued by all your employers for the given financial year
  • Form 26AS: Remember to verify that the TDS mentioned in Form 16 matches the TDS in Part A of your Form 26AS
  • Receipts: If you have not been able to submit proof of certain exemptions or deductions (such as HRA allowance or Section 80C or 80D deductions) to your employer on time, keep these receipts handy to claim them on your income tax return directly.
  • PAN card
  • Bank investment Certificates: Interest from bank account details – bank passbook or FD certificate

How to File ITR-1 (SAHAJ) Online on Income Tax Portal?

Step 1 - Visit the Income Tax e-filing portal   
Step 2 - Register or Log in to your account    
Step 3 - Select e-file > Income Tax Returns > File Income Tax Return    
Step 4 - Select the Assessment Year as 2024-25 and the mode of filing as ‘Online’    
Step 5 - To start filing new, click on ‘Start New Filing’     
Step 6 - Select the applicable status, i.e. individual, HUF, and others 
Step 7 - Select ITR-1 as the form type     
Step 8 - Click on ‘Let’s Get Started’    
Step 9 - Select the appropriate reason and ‘continue’    
Step 10 - Now you will have to fill up 5 sections here

  • Personal Information - This section requires you to provide basic details such as your full name, PAN and Aadhar number, contact information, and bank account details.
  • Gross Total Income - includes all the income from all the sources you have earned income.
  • Total Deductions - The Income Tax Act 1961 allows for various deductions under different sections, which you should claim accordingly. Commonly known sections for deductions include 80C, 80D, 80TTA, 80TTB, and others.
  • Tax Paid - This section displays your tax payments from all sources, including TDS, TCS, Advance Tax, and Self-Assessment Tax.
  • Total Tax Liability - In this section, you will find the computed tax liability based on the information provided in the previous sections. To clarify, the tax payable on the Total Income is calculated as (Income - deductions claimed - Tax paid till date). If the resulting amount is negative, it can be claimed as a refund. If it is positive, it needs to be paid as tax. 
  • Verification - This section includes all that the above mentioned details are verified by the assessee.

Step 11 - Double-check to ensure the summary of tax computation is correct    
Step 12 - Rectify the errors, if any and complete the validation    
Step 13- E-verify the ITR

How do I File my ITR-1 on Cleartax? 

Step 1: Log in or sign up on the Cleartax portal

Cleartax login

Step 2: If you are filing with us for the first time, enter your PAN, Date of Birth, and the OTP received on your registered mobile number. Linking your PAN will help us file your return with the income tax department.

link PAN to e-file

For us to pre-fill the details for you, you will have to complete another OTP verification. If you have filed with us before, you will directly see this step.

OTP verification

Once you enter the OTP and click on ‘Proceed’, you will see 90% of your information, like your name and income details, will all be pre-filled. You can review and edit these details if required.  

OTP verification

Click on ‘verify OTP’.

prefilled data

Step 3: Now if you scroll down, you will find details of personal information, bank details, income sources, TDS deducted by your previous employers, taxes paid. At the end of the page, you will find an option to ‘upload your Form-16’. 

Form-16

You will land on Form-16 page. Here in cleartax you can now upload multiple Form 16s if you have worked with more than one employer in the previous year.

uploading form 16

You can upload your Form16 PDF provided by your employer or if you do not have Form16, then click on ‘Continue without Form 16’.

Successful form 16

Note: Scroll down and you can upload multiple form 16s. Click on the option ‘ Upload Another’.

Step 4: Click on continue and you can see that all of your personal information is already filled under the ‘personal Info’ tab. Verify if the details provided are correct.

personal information

Step 5: Go to the income sources section, under the Salary Income, your salary details will be automatically filled as you have uploaded your Form 16. If there are any details missing, there is an option for you to manually fill the details as well.

Form 16 salary income

Step 6: Under ITR-1 individuals having only one house property will be applicable, and hence if you have rental income from one house property then you can upload the details regarding the same under the ‘rental income’ section.

ITR-1 rental income

Click on ‘Add Details’ and you will be lead to a page where you have to enter details regarding the income that you receive from your rental property. Continue.

Rental income

Step 7: Come back to the income sources page, and if you have income from other sources, select 'Interest income'. 

Income from other sources

Click on ‘Add Details’ and you can enter the details if you have interest income, income from deposits, interest earned from P2P transaction, interest from bond investments, PF interest, interest on income tax refund etc. 

Interest income

Step 8: Now it's time to claim deductions, click on the 'Tax Savings' section. Click on ‘Add details’ and you can enter details regarding the deductions that you want to claim, TDS deducted and if any losses are carry forwarded or set off. Voila! you have now claimed all the eligible deductions.

tax saving options

Step 9: Click on ‘Go to next’ and your tax summary is as simple as that, here your gross income, taxable income, tax liability, tax refund and the type of ITR you are filing is displayed. Review all the details mentioned.

tax summary

Also, the default tax regime for this year, according to the income tax department, is the New regime. However, the best part about filing your ITR with ClearTax is that it files your taxes under the regime that saves you maximum taxes by analysing your income and tax amount. You also have the option to compare your tax payable under both regimes and even switch to the other tax regime.  

Once you are done reviewing all the details in the summary report, click on ‘File Tax’.

Step 10: Here, you will be asked to submit a self-declaration. Only once you submit this will your ITR be filed.

self declaration for ITR filing

Step 11: Now, THIS is the final step. Click on the ‘submit return’ button. You will land on E-verification page, e-verify the return by entering the OTP received on your mobile number. 

E-verification

Note: It is essential to remember that E-verification is a very important step in ITR filing, as this process completes the process.

Step 12: That’s it, and you are done with your ITR filing! But before you leave, don’t forget to collect these exciting rewards, cashback offers, and discounts. You have more than 20+ brands to choose from. If you have refund then it will be processed to your bank account within 30-50 working days after filing your income tax return.

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How to File ITR on the Government Portal?

  1. Go to the Income Tax e-Filing portal, https://www.incometax.gov.in/iec/foportal/
  2. Log in to the e-filing portal by entering your user ID (PAN), Password, and Captcha code and click 'Login'.
  3. Click on the 'e-File' menu and click the 'Income Tax Return' link.
  4. Click on ‘Continue’.
  5. Read the instructions carefully and fill in all the applicable and mandatory fields of the online ITR form.
  6. Choose the appropriate Verification option in the 'Taxes Paid and Verification' tab.
  7. Choose any one of the following options to verify the income tax return:
    1. I would like to e-verify
    2. I would like to e-verify later within 120 days from the date of filing.
    3. I don't want to e-verify and would like to send a signed ITR-V through normal or speed post to "Centralised Processing Center, Income Tax Department, Bengaluru - 560 500" within 120 days from the date of filing.
  8. Click on the 'Preview and Submit' button, Verify all the data entered in the ITR.
  9. 'Submit' the ITR.
  10. On Choosing the 'I would like to e-Verify' option, e-Verification can be done through any of the following methods by entering the EVC/OTP when asked for.
  11. The EVC/OTP should be entered within 60 seconds else, the Income Tax Return (ITR) will be auto-submitted. The submitted ITR should be verified later by using the 'My Account > e-Verify Return' option or by sending a signed ITR-V to CPC.

Significant Changes Made in the ITR-1 Form for AY 2022-23 and AY 2023-24

Some changes have been incorporated into the ITR-1 form for AY 2022-23 and continue to be applicable for AY 2023-24 as well:

  • Under the schedule ‘Salary’, you can disclose income from retirement benefit accounts maintained in the notified country under Section 89A, and claim relief for the same.
  • Pensioners must now select the ‘Nature of employment’ (Central government, state government, public sector unit and others).
  • You can now claim relief for the taxes paid on the income from the retirement benefit account maintained in a notified country at the time of withdrawal or redemption, as prescribed under Section 89A.

Not sure which ITR form to use? Click here

What is the Structure of the ITR-1 Form?

  • Part A – General Information
  • Part B – Gross total Income
  • Part C – Deductions and taxable total income
  • Part D – Computation of tax payable
  • Part E – Other information (Bank account details)
  • Schedule IT (Details of advance tax and self-assessment tax payments)
  • Schedule-TDS (TDS/TCS details)
  • Verification

Not sure which ITR form to use? Click here

Major Changes in the ITR-1 Form for the AY 2021-22

The following changes have been incorporated into the ITR form for AY 2021-22:

  • The taxpayer cannot file ITR-1 if TDS is deducted under section 194N. As per section 194N, tax shall be deducted at the source if non-filers of Income Tax Return withdraw cash exceeding Rs. 20 lakh. In other cases, tax shall be deducted when the cash withdrawals exceed Rs. 1 crore in a financial year.
  • There is no option to carry forward TDS under section 194N. The credit of TDS under section 194N shall be allowed only during the year in which TDS was deducted.
  • Individuals or HUFs are given the option to select an old or new tax regime. If the taxpayer selects a new tax regime under section 115BAC, he must file Form 10IE before filing ITR under section 139(1).
  • The ITR forms for the assessment year 2020-21 had a new schedule DI. It allowed taxpayers to avail the deduction made during the extended period for the AY 2020-21. The schedule DI is removed from AY 2021-22.

Major Changes in the ITR-1 Form for the AY 2020-21

  • Individual taxpayers who meet the criteria of (a) making cash deposits above Rs. 1 crore with a bank or (b) incurring expenses above Rs. 2 lakh on foreign travel, or (c) expenditure above Rs. 1 lakh on electricity should also file ITR-1. The taxpayer should indicate the amount of the deposit or expenditure.
  • Resident individuals who own a single property in joint ownership can also file ITR-1, where the total income is up to Rs. 50 lakh.
  • Taxpayers should separately disclose the amount of the investment or deposits or payments towards tax-saving made from 1 April 2020 until 30 June 2020.

Major Changes in the ITR-1 Form for the AY 2019-20

  • ITR-1 Form for FY 2018-19 does not apply to an individual who is either a director of a company or has invested in unlisted equity shares.
  • Under Part A, the ‘Pensioners’ checkbox has been introduced under the ‘Nature of employment’ section.
  • Return filed under section 139(9) has been segregated between normal filing and filed in response to notices.
  • Deductions under salary will be bifurcated into standard deduction, entertainment allowance, and professional tax.
  • The taxpayers will be required to provide detailed income-wise information under the heading  ‘Income from other sources’.
  • A separate column is introduced under ‘Income from other sources’ for deduction u/s 57(iia) – in the case of family pension income.
  • ‘Deemed to be let out property’ option is now available under ‘Income from house property’.
  • Section 80TTB column is included for senior citizens.

Major Changes in the ITR-1 for the AY 2018-19

  • Earlier ITR-1 was applicable for residents, Residents Not Ordinarily Resident (RNOR), and also non-residents. Now, this form applies only to resident individuals.
  • Under the TDS schedule, there is an additional field for furnishing details of TDS as per Form 26QC for TDS made on rent. Also a provision for quoting the PAN of the Tenant for such rent cases has also been provided.
  • There is a requirement to furnish a break-up of salary. Until now, these details would appear only in Form 16, and the requirement to disclose them in the return had never arisen.
  • There is also a requirement to furnish a break up of Income under house property which was earlier mandatory only for ITR-2 and other forms.

Major Changes in the ITR-1 Form for the AY 2017-18

  1. Quoting of Aadhar number is mandatory – If any person does not possess the Aadhaar number, but has applied for the Aadhaar card, they can quote the Enrolment ID of Aadhaar application form in the ITR.
  2. Disclosure of cash deposits during demonetisation – A new column has been introduced in all ITR Forms to report on cash deposited by taxpayers in their bank accounts during the demonetisation period, i.e., from November 9, 2016, to December 30, 2016. However, taxpayers are required to fill this column only if they have deposited Rs. 2 lakh or more during the period.
  3. Disclosure of all Bank Accounts – The details of all the savings and current accounts held at any time during the previous year must be provided. However, it is not mandatory to provide details of dormant accounts which are not operational for more than three years. The account number should be as per the Core Banking Solution (CBS) system of the bank.
  4. Simplified one-page ITR Form for Salaried class taxpayers (ITR-1 Sahaj) – Now, the Govt. has notified simplified one-page form ‘ITR-1 Sahaj’ for individuals having income up to Rs. 50 lakh from salary, pension, one house property, and income from other sources. It has removed columns which are not frequently used by the taxpayers, such as:
    1. New ‘ITR-1 Sahaj’ has retained those deductions which are most frequently used by the taxpayers under Section 80C, 80D, 80G and 80TTA. If any taxpayer wants to claim deductions under any other provision of chapter VI-A he can specify the relevant Section in the column titled ‘Any other’.
    2. Schedules of TDS and TCS have merged into one to make ITR-1 shorter and simpler.
    3. New columns have been inserted to report dividend income and long-term capital gains exempt under Section 10(34) and Section 10(38), respectively. It is mandatory to e-file tax returns for those with long-term capital of Rs. 2.5 lakh or more, even though their taxable income may be below Rs. 2.5 lakh.

Also read about:    
1. Which ITR Should I File    
2. How to file ITR Online    
3. What is ITR 2 Form & How to File ITR-2    
4. What is ITR 3 Form & How to File ITR-3    
5. Who and How to File ITR 4    
6. What is ITR-5 Form, Structure & How to File ITR 5    
7. ITR 6    
8. How to File and Download ITR-7 Form    
9. ITR 3 vs ITR 4    
10. ITR 1 vs ITR 4    
11. How to File ITR-2 for Income from Capital Gains FY 2022-23

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m filing ITR as an individual, and my annual income is over Rs 50 lakh. Which ITR form should I file this year?
  • If you have income above Rs 50 lakh, you must file ITR-2, ITR-3, or ITR-4 (Sugam), depending upon your source of income. 
  • If you are a salaried individual with an income above Rs 50 lakh, you should file ITR-2. 
  • If you receive an income from a  business or profession, you should file ITR-3. 
  • If you are following presumptive income u/s 44AD /44AE, then you should file ITR-4 (sugam).

To know more about which ITR to file, Click here

Can I file ITR-1 with exempt agricultural income?

Yes, you can file ITR-1 if the agricultural income does not exceed Rs 5,000. If the agricultural income exceeds Rs 5,000, you should file ITR 2.

How to report bank accounts in ITR-1?

You must provide details of all the savings and current accounts held at any time during the previous year. However, it is not mandatory to provide details of dormant accounts that haven’t been operational for more than three years. The account number should be as per the Core Banking Solution (CBS) system of the bank. It is to be provided in Part E – other information of the ITR form.

Do I need to include dividend income from mutual funds?

Yes, dividend income from mutual funds is now taxable in the hands of investors. It is to be shown in ‘Other Income’.

What do the following terms mean?

Revised Return: If you have already filed your income tax return, but you later discover that you have made a mistake in it, you can refile. This is called a revised return. You can file your revised return for the financial year 2023-24 until December 31, 2024.

Notice Number: A notice number is mentioned in any notice you receive from the Income Tax Department. While responding to such notices, you must mention this notice number.

Advance Tax: TDS eliminates the need for Advance Tax payments for salaried individuals. However, you might have other forms of income – like interest on savings bank accounts, fixed deposits, rental income, bonds, or capital gains. If the tax on income is more than Rs 10,000 per year, you are required to estimate your income and pay Advance Tax. This has to be paid in quarterly instalments in June, September, December, and March.

Self Assessment Tax Payments: This is the difference between tax payable and tax paid. It needs to be paid before you file your return. When you fill out the form for the first time, you won’t know whether Self Assessment Tax has to be paid or not. So, fill out the form first along with the Advance Tax details, if paid. Compute your income. And if there is still tax to be paid, pay it and then fill in the details in the self-assessment tax paid section.

Annexure-less Return: The ITR-1 Form is an annexure-less return. You do not have to attach any documents (such as Form 16/Form 26AS) with the ITR-1 Form.

How do you file ITR-1 when you earn Rental Income?

You can use ITR-1 only if you own one house property. Read more about how to compute taxes on your rental income here. 

How do you send your ITR-V to the CPC Office?

We have a guide to help you print and send your ITR-V to the CPC office. Read our Guide.

I am supposed to file ITR-2 and not ITR-1 if my maximum exempt income exceeds Rs. 5,000. What qualifies as exempt income?

You should file ITR-2 if your total exempted income exceeds Rs. 5,000. Certain incomes are exempt under Section 10 of the Income Tax Act. Following are the examples of exempt income:

  • Agricultural income
  • LIC  maturity amount as per section 10 (10D)
  • Gratuity, leave encashment, and pension
I have a House Property loan. Can I file ITR-1? I have a House Property loan. Can I file ITR-1?

Yes, you can. Scroll through our guide to see the process.

I have Rental Income. Can I file ITR-1?

Yes. Our guide takes you through the process step-by-step.

While filing ITR-1 should Interest Income be shown in ‘Income from Other Sources’ if TDS has already been deducted?

Yes, you should always include Interest Income under ‘Income from Other Sources’, even if the bank has deducted tax.

I have only claimed medical expenses worth Rs. 6,000 during the year out of the Rs. 15,000 medical reimbursement allowed by my company. How much tax will be deducted if I don’t submit medical proof for the remaining amount?

The concept of medical reimbursement has been done away with in Budget 2018 and has been replaced by a standard deduction of Rs. 50,000.

There is no refund due to me. Do I still have to fill in my bank account details while filing my Income Tax Return?

Yes, it is mandatory to fill in your bank account details, whether you have a refund due or not. Sometimes, many taxpayers end up paying more than their required tax liability. In such cases, the Income Tax Department refunds the excess amount within a specified time. The refund process could be delayed if you do not fill in your bank account details. 

Is there any restriction on the number of returns I can file using one email id and mobile number?

Yes, you can only file ten returns using the same email id and mobile number.

Is it mandatory to specify the nature of employment in the ITR?

Yes. It is required to mention the nature of employment among the following.

  • Central Government Employee
  • State Government Employee.
  • Employee of Public Sector Enterprise.
  • Pensioners (Central Government/ State Government/ Public Sector Undertaking/ Other)
  • Employee of Private Sector Concern.
  • Not applicable.
Do I need to disclose all my bank accounts in ITR-1?

Income tax law requires disclosure of all bank accounts, whether operational or not, in the income tax return. 

Do I need to file ITR-1 if my source of income is salary?

If you are a salaried employee & your income does not exceed Rs.50,00,000, you can file ITR-1.

If my income is within 50 lakhs but I have income from capital gains can I file ITR-1?

You cannot file ITR-1, if you have capital gains from mutual funds, equity shares, house property etc., even if your income does not exceed Rs.50,00,000.

If I am a joint owner of a house property, can I file ITR-1?

Yes, you can file ITR-1 as long as you do not own another house property.

What is the salary limit for ITR-1?

Individuals having total income of less that Rs.50 Lakhs are eligible for filing ITR-1. When the total income exceed Rs.50 Lakhs, ITR-2 must be filed.

Where to show pension income in ITR-1?

In ITR-1 go to ‘General Information’ > ‘Nature of Employment’ > ‘Pensioners’. Here, there are four types of pensioners to be selected from: CG- Pensioners, SG- Pensioners, PSU- Pensioners and Other Pensioners. 

Click here to know more about the taxability of pension income and under which head of income it is to be reported.

Can NRIs file ITR-1?

No, individuals who are Resident but Not Ordinarily Resident (RNOR) or Non-Resident Indian (NRI) are ineligible to file ITR-1.

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