Different Types of ITR Forms for F.Y. 2017-18
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- Last Updated on 7 April, 2021
1. Form 24Q:
Quarterly statement of deduction of tax under sub-section (3) of section 200 of the Income-tax Act in respect of salary for the quarter ending (June/September/December/March) of a Financial Year.
2. Form 26Q:
Quarterly statement of deduction of tax under sub-section (3) of section 200 of the Income-tax act in respect of payments other than salary for the quarter ending (June/September/December/March) of a Financial Year.
3. Form 26QA:
Particulars required to be maintained for furnishing quarterly return under section 206A.
4. Form 26QB:
Challan-cum-statement of deduction of tax under section 194-IA.
5. Form 27Q:
Quarterly statement of deduction of tax under sub-section (3) of section 200 of the Income-tax Act in respect of payments other than salary made to non-residents for the quarter ending (June/September/December/March) of a Financial Year. 6. Form 16:
Certificate under section 203 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 for TDS on salary.
7. Form 16A:
Certificate under section 203 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 for TDS on income other than salary.
8. Form 16B:
Certificate under section 203 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 for TDS on sale of property.
9. SAHAJ (ITR 1):
Return of Income – for individuals earning income from salary, pension, one house property, income from other sources and having total income upto Rs. 50 lakhs.
10. ITR-2 Form:
11. ITR-3 Form:
Return of Income – For individuals and HUFs having income from a proprietary business or profession
12. ITR-4 Form:
Return of Income – For presumptive income from Business & Profession.
13. ITR-5 Form:
Return of Income – For persons other than, • Individual; • HUF; • Company, and • Person filing Form ITR-7
14. ITR-6 Form:
Return of Income – For companies other than companies claiming exemption under section 11.
15. ITR-7 Form:
Return of Income – For persons including companies required to furnish return under section 139(4A) or 139(4B) or 139(4C) or 139(4D) or 139(4E) or 139(4F).
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