However, if return is filed after 31st March, 2018, penalty under section 271F (as discussed in previous FAQ) can be levied.There are some disadvantages of filling return after due date No pending tax liability: When all the taxes have been paid through TDS or advance tax and you don’t owe any more to the tax department.The income tax return for any assessment year can be filed till the end of that assessment year without any penalty.If it is filed after the end of the assessment year, there is a lump sum penalty of Rs. Tax liability exists: When you still owe taxes to the government.It depends on whether you are filing for first time in the assessment year before or after the due date or whether you are revising your return or you have been served notice by Income Tax Department and you are filing returns in reply to that.Due Date for filing of returns for individuals is 31-Jul of the Assessment Year, for ex for AY 2016-17 it is 31-Jul-2017. It is applicable to an individual having salary or pension income or income from one house property (not a case of brought forward loss) or income from other sources (not being lottery winnings and income from race horses) and exempt income except agriculture income of more than Rs5,000.
However in case his TDS is deducted less than what is required to be deducted, and then there will be an advance tax liability that needs to be paid.
5,000 may be levied by the assessing officer under section 271F.
Yes, you can still file his income tax return even after the due date.
Part B is annexure containing details of salary paid, other income and tax deducted. Advance tax or Self-assessment Tax or Payment of tax on regular assessment.
A taxpayer may pay tax in any of the following forms: 1. The Income-tax Department maintains the database of the total tax paid by the taxpayer (i.e., tax credit in the account of a taxpayer).