No need to PAN No. register to view Tax Credit Statement or Form 26AS Statement.

The TRACES has provided new advance features, to view 26AS Statement or Tax Credit Statement for Asstt. Year 2014-15 without register PAN No. With this features, Taxpayee can view their Tax Credit or For 26AS Statement by the providing of mandatory field i.e. PAN of Deductee*, TAN of Deductor*, Financial Year*, Quarter* and Type of Return* etc.

The following pictures are help you to view Tax Credit Statement:



Tax Payer can View of their TDS/TCS Credit w.e.f. Financial Year 2007-08 and onwards. To know whether your Deductor / Collector has filed Quarterly TDS / TCS Statement and provided your PAN, provide details as below:


Details provided by TRACES in Form 26AS as under:

  • Details of tax deducted on behalf of the tax payer by deductors
  • Details of tax collected on behalf of the tax payer by collectors
  • Advance tax / self-assessment tax / regular assessment tax etc. deposited by the tax payers (PAN holders)
  • Refund received during the financial year
  • Details of transactions in Mutual Fund, Shares and Bonds, etc. (as reported by AIR filer)

Complete Procedure to correct TDS Statement online without Digital Signature at TRACES

CPC (TDS) has provided new enhanced features, to further add to the convenience of online facility of filing corrections to the TDS Statements. With this feature, you will be able to submit Online Corrections at TRACES without even having a Digital Signature. Currently over 20,000 deductors are already using the online facility for corrections.

To avail the facility, it is requested to Login to TRACES and navigate to “Defaults” tab to locate “Request for Correction” from the drop-down list. Click to “Proceed” in absence of Digital Signature.

Pre-requisites for filing online Corrections:

  • Digital Signature is not mandatory to be registered on TRACES for raising online corrections.
  • Only Challan Correction is permissible in absence of Digital Signature. Digital Signature enables you to carry out PAN Corrections as well.
  • Correct KYC information needs to be submitted for the purpose of validation.
  • Online request can be submitted, only if there is a regular statement already filed and processed.
  • All previous corrections pertaining to the statement should have been processed and the processing status can be verified from the Dashboard.

Functionalities available without Digital Signature:
Challan/BIN Correction

  • A list of all Matched and Unmatched challans can be viewed by clicking the appropriate tab.
  • Matched challans can be corrected for “Amount Claimed as Interest and Others”. Please note that Matched challans cannot be tagged.
  • Unmatched challans can be corrected and tagged to Deductee rows in the statement.
  • In addition, NO CHALLAN, which has been used for other purposes outside the system, should be tagged.
  • The corrections to above challans can be reset by clicking the Reset tab, if this requires to be further corrected.

Additional Functionalities available with Digital Signature:
PAN Correction

  • Invalid to Valid PAN: The correct name of the Valid PAN will be displayed in “Name as per changed PAN”.
  • Valid to Valid PAN: If the new PAN entered is Invalid, a message is displayed in the “Action Status”. Please note that there is only one opportunity for a Valid to Valid PAN correction.
  • All the corrected rows can be viewed by clicking on “Show Edited Rows” on the screen.

Action Summary:

  • After carrying out all the corrections, Action Summary can be referred for all changes carried out.
  • Please click “Confirm” for all intended changes and the statement is ready for submission.

Actions to complete Submission:

  • Please navigate to “Defaults” tab to locate “Corrections Ready for Submission”.
  • Click on “Submit for Processing”, which will prompt to digitally sign the submission.
  • Once the correction is submitted successfully, a Token Number for the same will be available.
Source: www.blog.tdsman.com

5 Easy Steps for e-TDS/e-TCS Return Filing for Asstt. Year 2014-15

"Electronic Filing of Returns of Tax Deducted at Source Scheme, 2003". It is applicable to all deductors furnishing their TDS/TCS return in electronic form. As per this scheme:
  • It is mandatory (w.e.f. June 1, 2003) for corporate deductors to furnish their TDS/TCS returns in electronic form (e-TDS return/e-TCS Return).
  • From F.Y. 2004-2005 onwards furnishing TDS/TCS returns in electronic form is also mandatory for government deductors in addition to corporate deductors.
  • Deductors (other than government and corporates) may file TDS/TCS return in electronic or physical form.
  • NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Limited (NSDL) as the e- TDS/TCS Intermediary (appointed by ITD) receives, on behalf of ITD, the e-TDS/TCS returns from the deductors.
The 5 easy steps for e-TDS/e-TCS Return are as follows:

Step : 1
The data structure (file format) in which the e-TDS / e-TCS return is to be prepared has been notified below:
Quarterly Return :
For Regular Statements pertaining to FY 2010-11 onwards:
For Regular Statements up to FY 2009-10
For Correction statements pertaining to FY 2010-11 onwards:
For correction statements up to FY 2009-10:
Step : 2
e-TDS/e-TCS return in accordance with the file formats is to be prepared in clean text ASCII format with 'txt' as filename extension. e-TDS/e-TCS return can be prepared using in-house software, any other third party software or the NSDL e-TDS Return Preparation Utility .
Sample files prepared as per the file formats given below for reference.
Quarterly Return :
For statement pertaining to FY 2010-11 onwards:
For statement upto FY 2009-10
Step : 3 
Once the file has been prepared as per the file format, it should be verified using the File Validation Utility (FVU) provided by NSDL.
* FVU for Quarterly Returns: e-TDS / e-TCS returns prepared upto FY 2009-10 (i.e. Forms 24Q, 26Q, 27Q and 27EQ) can be validated using this utility.
* FVU for Quarterly Returns: e-TDS / e-TCS returns prepared for FY 2010-11 and onwards (i.e. Forms 24Q, 26Q, 27Q and 27EQ) can be validated using this utility.
Step : 4 
In case file has any errors the FVU will give a report of the errors. Rectify the errors and verify the file again through the FVU.
Step : 5
The upload file generated by the FVU on successful validation is to be furnished to a TIN-FC or directly uploaded through the NSDL web-site.
Quarterly Returns:
Each e-TDS/TCS return saved in a CD/Pen Drive to be submitted along with a signed copy of the control chart (Form 27A). With effect from February 1, 2014, it is mandatory to submit Form 27A generated by TDS/TCS FVU (File Validation Utility) duly signed, along with the TDS/TCS statement(s). Any other Form 27A submitted will be treated as invalid submission and the same will be rejected by TIN-FC branches. .

Steps for filing Rectification request on receipt of demand notice due to mis-match of Income Tax

The CBDT has noted that many taxpayers are committing mistakes while furnishing their tax credit claims in the return of income.

Such mistakes include:

  • quoting of invalid/incorrect TAN;
  • quoting of only one TAN against more than one TAN tax credit;
  • furnishing information in wrong TDS Schedules in the Return Form; furnishing wrong challan particulars in respect of Advance tax, Self-assessment tax payments etc.

As a result of these mistakes, the tax credit cannot be allowed to the taxpayers while processing returns despite the tax credit being there in 26AS statement. The CBDT, therefore, desires the taxpayers to verify if the demand in their case is due to tax credit mismatch on account of such incorrect particulars and submit rectification requests with correct particulars of TDS/tax claims for correction of these demands.

The procedure for filing online rectification request has been given below:

Rectification Request

Rectification request can be filed u/s 154 of the Income Tax Act by the taxpayer in case of any mistake apparent from the record.

Prerequisite to file Rectification request

1. The Income Tax Return for the Assessment Year should have been processed in CPC, Bangalore.

2. An Intimation under Section 143(1) OR an order under Section 154 passed by CPC, Bangalore for the e-Filed Income Tax return should be available with the taxpayer.

3. For Electronic returns filed and processed at CPC, only online rectifications will be considered.

4. If the refund arising out of return processed at CPC is adjusted against the demand of other Assessment Years and then the assessee is challenging the demand itself, in that case

Rectification application has to be filed for the demand year, if the demand was raised by CPC then online application has to be filed
for the demand raised by the Field Assessing Officer, the application has to be filed before him.
5. No rectification has to be filed for giving credit to taxes paid after raising the demand. To file your Rectification, you should be a registered user in e-Filing application.

Step By Step guide on how to file rectification at Income Tax efiling Site:

To file your Rectification, you should be a registered user in e-Filing application.

Step 1 – LOGIN to e-Filing application and GO TO –> My Account –> Rectification request.

Step 2 – Select the Assessment Year for which Rectification is to be e-Filed, enter Latest Communication Reference Number (as mentioned in the CPC Order).

Step 3 – Click ‘Submit’.


Step 4 – Select the ‘Rectification Request type’.


Step 5 − On selecting the option ‘Taxpayer Correcting Data for Tax Credit mismatch only’, three check boxes, TCS, TDS, IT, are displayed. You may select the check-box for which data needs to be corrected. User can add a maximum of 10 entries for each of the selections. No upload of any ITR is required.



Step 6- On selecting the option ‘Taxpayer is correcting the Data in Rectification’ − select the reason for seeking rectification, Schedules being changed, Donation and Capital gain details (if  applicable), upload XML and Digital Signature Certificate (DSC), if available and applicable. You can select a maximum of 4 reasons.



Step 7 – On selecting the option, ‘No further Data Correction required. Reprocess the case’ − check-boxes to select- Tax Credit mismatch, Gender mismatch (Only for Individuals), Tax/ Interest mismatch are displayed. User can select the check-box for which re-processing is required. No upload of an ITR is required.

Step 8 – Click the ‘Submit’ button.

Step 9 – On successful submission, following message is displayed.
Step 10 – You can check status of rectification request online through your account login. Further you can withdraw rectification request, if you have filed it incorrectly or if it is no more required.

Source: http://blog.tdsman.com/

Taxpayers to file rectification request for TDS mismatches - CBDT

The CBDT has released a press note to file rectification request for TDS mismatches.  At the time of e-Filing of Income Tax Return, if Taxpayers did not match the form 26AS (Tax Credit Statement) then after Taxpayee submit their Income Tax Return and due to this they face notice of mismatches of TDS.  The detailed press released note is as follows:

SECTION 139D OF THE INCOME-TAX ACT, 1961 - FILING OF RETURN IN ELECTRONIC FORM - EXTENSION OF FACILITY TO TAXPAYERS TO VERIFY IF DEMAND IN THEIR CASE IS DUE TO TAX CREDIT MISMATCH ON ACCOUNT OF INCORRECT FURNISHING OF SPECIFIED PARTICULARS AND SUBMIT RECTIFICATION REQUESTS WITH CORRECT PARTICULARS OF TDS/TAX CLAIMS FOR CORRECTION OF THESE DEMANDS

PRESS NOTE NO.402/92/2006-MC, DATED 17-4-2014

Detailed instructions have been issued by the CBDT to all the assessing officers laying down a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for verification and correction of demand by the AOs. As per this SOP, the taxpayers can get their outstanding tax demand reduced/deleted by applying for rectification along with the requisite documentary evidence of tax/demand already paid. The SOP also makes special provisions for dealing with the tax demand upto Rs. 1,00,000/- in the case of Individuals and HUFs in order to accommodate certain extraordinary situations. The SOP is expected to mitigate the long standing grievances of taxpayers by way of reduction/deletion of tax demands.

The CBDT has further noted that many taxpayers are committing mistakes while furnishing their tax credit claims in the return of income. Such mistakes include quoting of invalid/incorrect TAN; quoting of only one TAN against more than one TAN tax credit; furnishing information in wrong TDS Schedules in the Return Form; furnishing wrong challan particulars in respect of Advance tax, Self-assessment tax payments etc. As a result of these mistakes, the tax credit cannot be allowed to the taxpayers while processing returns despite the tax credit being there in 26AS statement. The CBDT, therefore, desires the taxpayers to verify if the demand in their case is due to tax credit mismatch on account of such incorrect particulars and submit rectification requests with correct particulars of TDS/tax claims for correction of these demands. The rectification requests have to be submitted to the jurisdictional assessing officer in case the return was processed by such officer, or the taxpayer is informed by CPC, Bangalore that such rectification is to be carried out by Jurisdictional assessing officer. In all other cases of processing by CPC, Bangalore, an online rectification request can be made by logging into e-filing website http://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in as per the procedure given in detail in its Help Menu.

Penalties, Prosecution & Interest Calculation on Late filing of TDS Return for Asstt. Year 2014-15.

The various provisions of TDS as discussed in the preceding chapters are statutorily required to be strictly complied with. Any default in compliance can attract, levy of interest, penalty and in certain cases initiation of prosecution proceedings. In this chapter a brief discussion of the possible defaults and the consequential proceedings is being done.

Failure to deduct tax - Where the employer has failed to deduct tax or when short deduction of tax has been done, following statutory provisions are attracted:-

Charging of interest u/s 201(1A) - The deductor is treated to be ‘assessee in default’ in respect of the short deduction/non deduction of tax. Under Section 201(1A) he is liable to pay simple interest @ 1% for every month or part of a month on the amount of tax in arrear from the date on which such tax was deductible to the date on which such tax is actually deducted. Further such interest shall be paid before furnishing the quarterly statement of each quarter.  Charging of interest u/s 201(1A) is mandatory and there is no provision for its waiver. 

Procedure for interest calculation : The calculation of interest is to be done as per Rule 119A and is summarized below:


  • Where the interest is to be calculated for every month or part of a month comprised in a period, any fraction of a month shall be deemed to be full month and interest shall be so calculated.
  • The amount of tax in respect of which interest is to be calculated is to be rounded off to nearest multiple of Rs. 100 ignoring any fraction of Rs. 100.

Penalty u/s 221- The assessee in default is liable to imposition of penalty where the assessing officer is satisfied that the defaulter has failed to deduct tax as required without good and sufficient reason. The quantum of penalty is not to exceed the amount of tax in arrear. Besides, a reasonable opportunity of being heard is to be given to the assessee.

Penalty u/s 271C- A penalty equivalent to the amount of tax the deductor has failed to deduct, is leviable u/s 271C. Such penalty is however only leviable by a Joint Commissioner of Income Tax.

Failure to deposit tax in govt. account after deduction: Where the employee has deducted the tax at source but failed to deposit wholly or partly, the tax so deducted in government account, the following statutory provisions are attracted:-

  • Interest u/s 201(1A)- The deductor is treated as an assessee in default and interest u/s 201(1A) is leviable @1.5% for every month or part of the nonth on the amount of such tax from the date on which such tax was deducted to the date on which such tax is actually paid. Further, the tax along with the simple interest u/s 201(1A) becomes a charge upon all the assets of the deductor.
  • Penalty u/s 221- Penalty to the extent of tax not deposited is leviable by the A.O. as discussed earlier.
  • Prosecution proceedings u/s 276 B- Where the deductor has failed to deposit tax deducted at source, in govt. a/c without a reasonable cause then he is punishable with rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than 3 months but which may extend to 7 years and with fine.

Failure to apply for T.A.N or to quote T.A.N. Where a person who is responsible to deduct tax at source has failed, without reasonable cause:-

  • To apply for T.A.N. within prescribed period or 
  • After allotment, failed to quote such TAN in challans for payment of tax or TDS certificate or returns of TDS (as required u/s 206) - then a penalty u/s 272BB of a sum of Rs.10,000 may be imposed by the assessing officer. However a reasonable opportunity of hearing must be given to the employer/deductor.

Failure to furnish TDS certificate or returns/statement of tax deduction at source- (penalty u/s. 272A(2)) Where the employer has failed to issue TDS certificate (form 16) within one month of the end of financial year (by 31st of May of the next F.Y. for F.Y. 2010-11 onwards) or has failed to furnish the quarterly statement of tax in form 24Q, within the time prescribed u/s 200(3) (rule 31A), then a penalty of Rs. 100 is leviable for each day during the period for which default continues. The quantum of penalty is not to exceed the tax deductible and it is to be levied only by a Joint Commissioner or Joint D.I.T. after giving the assessee an opportunity of being heard.

Prosecution u/s 277- Where a person, who is required to furnish statement u/s 200(3) (quarterly statements) makes a false statement in verification or, delivers an account or statement which is false and which the person knows or believes to be false or does not believe to be true, then he is punishable with rigorous imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than 3 months but which may extend to 7 years along with fine. Where the amount of tax, which would have been evaded if the statement or account had been accepted as true, is 1 lakh rupees or less, then rigorous imprisonment may be from 3 months to three years and with fine.

The Finance Act, 2008 has introduced amendment in section 201 (w.e.f. 1.6.2002) which clarifies, that in case any employer, or any principal officer of a company;

  • does not deduct,or
  • does not pay,
  • or after so deducting fails to pay the whole or any part of the tax, then such person shall be deemed to be an assessee in default. Further penalty to be charged u/s. 221 shall not be levied by the assessing officer unless he is satisfied that such failure to deduct and pay tax was without good and sufficient reasons.

New Post Office Rule - Time Deposit Account be renewed Automatically on Maturity.

The Post office Department has been issued a notification No. GSR222(E) [F.NO.2/7/2012/NS-II], DATED 13-3-2014 with new amendment as amendment in Rule 6 regarding automatically renewal of Time Deposit Account which is in a CBS Branch of Post Office.  The detailed notification is as under

POST OFFICE TIME DEPOSIT (AMENDMENT) RULES, 2014 - AMENDMENT IN RULE 6

NOTIFICATION NO. GSR 222(E) [F.NO.2/7/2012/NS-II], DATED 13-3-2014

In exercise of the powers conferral by Section 15 of the Government Savings Bank Act, 1873 (5 of 1873), the Central Government hereby makes the following rules further to amend the Post Office Time Deposit Rules, 1981, namely:—
1. (1) These rules may be called the Post Office Time Deposit (Amendment) Rules, 2014.
   (2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
2. In Post Office Time Deposit Rules, 1981—
   (i) in Rule 6, sub-rule (3), after clause (b), the following clause shall be inserted, namely:—
        "(c) where a deposit in an account standing at the post office working on Core Banking platform become due for repayment, the account shall be automatically renewed from the date of maturity for the same period for which it was opened initially and the deposit shall be eligible for rate of interest ' applicable on the date of renewal."
        in rule 8,—
        (a) clause (a) shall be omitted;
        (b) for clause (aa), the following clause shall be substituted, namely:—
         (aa) Where a deposit in 1-year, 2-year, 3-year or 5-year account is withdrawn prematurely before the expiry of 1 year from date of deposit, interest at the rate applicable to post office savings account from time to time shall be payable to the depositor."

No TDS on deposits doesn't mean these are tax-free

Are you receiving emails or telephone calls from banks advising you to invest in recurring deposits because there is no tax deducted at source (TDS) in this case? Remember, such investments aren’t tax-free.

No TDS merely means the bank will pay you the entire interest amount without forwarding the tax on it to the government. However, the fixed deposit holder will have to include this interest income in her/his total income and pay tax on this, according to her/his tax bracket.

“There is a common misconception if there is no TDS, it is tax-free. But whether it is recurring deposit, post-office deposits, national savings certificates, or any other savings, if there is no TDS, the interest income is taxed. The only difference between these and fixed deposits is the bank or post office will not deduct tax at source,” says Sanjeev Gokhale, a chartered accountant.

Banks offer the same rate of interest on fixed deposits and recurring deposits. For fixed deposits, you invest the money in a lump sum, while in the case of recurring deposits, you invest once every month. This instrument is encouraged as a way of instilling discipline among investors.

The difference is in the case of fixed deposits. If the interest exceeds Rs 10,000 in a financial year, the bank will deduct 10 per cent tax before crediting the interest to the account. However, this is not the only tax the deposit holder is liable to pay. “This is another common misconception. Many people think they have to pay the remaining 20 per cent tax while filing tax returns. Or, he/she can also pay through advance tax,” Gokhale says.

A few months ago, it was reported the income tax department had issued notices to several people who had not filed returns. Among them were those who had received interest income of more than Rs 50,000. If you receive such a notice, you will have to pay the tax, as well as interest for the delay. The interest is one per cent a month from the last date of filing returns (July 1). The penalty for not filing returns is also charged at the same rate.

So, whether you invest in fixed deposits, recurring deposits or tax-saver post office schemes, remember to include the interest income while filing tax returns. The only case in which you don’t have to pay income tax on fixed deposits is if you have no other source of income and your income is below the threshold taxable limit. For this, you have to file Form 15G, stating you have no taxable income. Senior citizens have to file Form 15H. In many cases, senior citizens feel if they have done this, they are not liable to pay tax. But if you have two or three fixed deposits in separate banks and you submit a Form 15G or 15H in all the banks, you will have to pay tax if the total interest from all the fixed deposits exceeds the taxable income limit, says chartered accountant Arvind Rao.

“Since last year, while submitting Form 15G, deposit holders have to state the deposits they have with other banks. So, banks have to report two types of interests—one on which TDS has been deducted and the other on which it hasn’t,” he says.

Source: www.business-standard.com

Points to remember while filing TDS statements for 4th Quarter of FY: 2013-14

One should take care of the following information before submitting TDS statements for 4th Quarter of Financial Year 2013-14

Payment of Taxes deducted/ collected:

  • In accordance with Central Government Account (Receipts and Payments) Rules, 1983, Government dues are deemed to have been paid on the date on which the cheque or draft tendered to the bank, was cleared and entered in the receipt scroll.
  • Rule 125 of Income Tax Rules, 1962 provisions for Electronic Payment of Tax by way of internet banking facility, for a Company and a Person to whom provisions of section 44AB of the Act are applicable.

Timely Filing:

  • The due date to file TDS statements for Q4, FY 2013-14 is 15th May, 2014.
  • Please submit the statement within due date to avoid Late filing fee, which, being statutory in nature, cannot be waived

Correct Reporting:

  • Please use your correct contact details, including Contact Number and email IDs in TDS Statements.
  • It is very important to report correct and valid particulars in respect to deductor and deductees. Please report the TAN of the deductor, Category (Government / Non-Government) of the deductor, PAN of the deductees and other particulars of deduction of tax correctly in the quarterly TDS statement.
  • Please make use of TAN-PAN Master from TRACES to Validate PAN and name of deductees before quoting it in TDS statement. Please note that there are restrictions for correction of PAN.
  • Quote correct and valid lower rate TDS certificate in TDS statement wherever the TDS has been deducted at Lower/Nil rate on the basis of certificate issued by the Assessing Officer. Please raise Flag “A”/ “B”, as appropriate, and quote valid and correct Certificate Numbers.
  • TDS statement must be filed by quoting challan(s) using correct Challan Identification Number (CIN), validated by CSI (Challan Status Inquiry) File and correct Book Identification Number (BIN), as appropriate.
  • Please maintain your correct Contact details in your Registration profile at TRACES.

Complete Reporting:

  • Please ensure completeness of your TDS statement by including all your deductees. Please note that the obligation to report each transaction correctly in the relevant quarter is on the deductor and non-compliance amounts to incorrect verification of completeness of TDS statement.
  • Completeness of statement will ensure that a C5, C3 or C9 correction can be avoided. It may be noted that CPC (TDS) does not encourage C9 corrections by addition of a new challan and underlying deductees.
  • Please also complete Annexure II (in case of 24Q) for all deductees employed for any period of time during the current financial year, including Annexure I for TDS details.

Downloading TDS Certificates from TRACES:

  • On the basis of information submitted by the deductor, CPC(TDS) will issue TDS Certificates that can be correct depending on correct and complete reporting by deductors.
  • Your attention is invited to CBDT circulars 04/2013 dated 17.04.2013, No. 03/2011 dated 13.05.2011 and No. 01/2012 dated 09.04.2012 on the Issuance of certificate for Tax Deducted at Source in Form 16/16A as per IT Rules 1962. It is now mandatory for all deductors to issue TDS certificates after generating and downloading the same from TRACES.
  • Please note that under the provisions of section 203 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 read with rule 31A, Certificate of tax deducted at source is to be furnished within fifteen (15) days from the due date for furnishing the statement of tax deducted at source.

Source: www.blog.tdsman.com

File Income Tax Return for Asstt. Year 2014-15 without login on TRACE.

The Income Tax Department has developed the latest JAVA Technology ITR Forms ITR-1 (Sahaj) & ITR-4S (Subam) which have been made to make it user friendly for Asstt. Year 2014-15.  This utility can be run on Windows 7.0 or above and latest Linux operating systems, where Java Runtime Environment Version 7 Update 13 (jre 1.7 is also known as jre version 7) or above is installed.

Features of ITR Form :
  1. New - On click of this button, a new copy of the ITR form will be available. If you have already opened the ITR form, you will be prompted to save the earlier copy.
  2. Open -This option is for importing the XML (successfully generated earlier) of a particular A.Y. Select the path and import the XML. You should check/validate the contents before finalizing upload/submission. 
  3. Save - You can save your completed XML in the desired path/location of your desktop. 
  4. Save Draft - This option can be used to save your XML. Please note you cannot upload an XML which was saved using the ‘Save draft’ option. Only a complete XML generated using the ‘Save’ option can be uploaded successfully. 
  5. Prefill -This option can be used to auto-fill your Personal, Address and Tax details. You will be prompted to provide your User ID, Password and DOB/DOI to fetch the data. It is advisable to complete this activity before you start entering other data. Please check/validate the contents. Please make sure you're connected to the internet to avail this feature. 
  6. Re-Calculate - On clicking this button, the data in the utility will be re-calculated. This is to provide with the utility based calculation/validation. 
  7. Submit -Click this button to upload the XML in e-Filing portal. You'll be prompted to provide your e-Filing credentials, User ID, Password and DOB/DOI. Post submission, the success message and the acknowledgment number will be displayed. You will be able to download ITR-V. Please make sure you're connected to the internet to avail this feature. (if the return is submitted without a DSC) as well. 
  8. Help - This option will let you know the shortkeys, instructions, settings and how to use this ITR form. 
  9. Previous/Next- These will help you to navigate to the various tabs of the ITR form.
Important Shortcut keys :

1 Alt + N Opens a new ITR
2 Alt + S Saves the ITR in the user desired path
3 Alt + F4 Closes the utility
4 Alt + I Imports the XML file
5 Alt + F Pre-fills the ITR
6 Alt + C Clears the validation errors
7 Alt + D Hides/Shows the validation window
8 Alt + G Opens the SUBMIT screen to submit the ITR
9 Alt + R Re-calculates the tax details as per the Utility

Latest ITR- I (Sahaj)
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