IT Dept. launches mobile app ‘AIS for Taxpayer’ to view info available in AIS/TIS

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AIS for Taxpayer Mobile App

Press Release, dated 22-03-2023

The Income-tax Department has launched a mobile app, ‘AIS for Taxpayer’, to facilitate taxpayers to view their information as available in the Annual Information Statement (AIS)/Taxpayer Information Summary (TIS). The app is available on Google Play and App Store.

The app is aimed to provide a comprehensive view of the AIS/TIS to the taxpayer, which displays the information collected from various sources pertaining to the taxpayer.

An annual Information Statement (AIS) is a tax passbook which provides an assessee with information about various financial transactions made by him during the year. It also consists of information relating to TDS and TCS; Specified Financial Transactions (SFT); payment of taxes; demand and refund; pending and completed proceedings; Interest on Income Tax Refund; dividend reported by Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA); purchase of mutual fund reported by Registrar and Transfer Agent (RTA) etc.

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