We provide personalised Income Tax Returns Filing services to individual clients

  • This service is available only for non corporate, non tax audit clients.
  • We provide advisory services in filing your Income Tax returns.
  • Our e-Return Intermediary will file returns on your behalf with the Income Tax department.
  • We helps you in drafting response for any notice, correspondence etc from Income Tax department.
  • Our panel of Chartered Accountants will represent you in front of the assessing officer or with tribunal in case of any summons.

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  • On our website, upload your form 16 and provide us your personal information required for filing income tax return.
  • Based on the documents provided to us, our specialist will prepare Income Tax computation
  • On your confirmation, our e-Return Intermediary will upload the return and mail the acknowledgement
  • You need to post the acknowledgement to the central processing centre or authenticate using your Aadhar number. For matters related to replies / representation to Income tax, it may differ based on the nature of the transaction.
  • Service is delivered to customers satisfaction

Documents required

  • Information and documents required as per the Income Tax Department and based on type of service required


  • For fees details, visit our Income Tax Return Filing page.
  • For representation to Income Tax, we charge a nominal fees. Please speak to buzzBT team for the charges


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It is a prescribed form through which the particulars of income earned by a person in a financial year and taxes paid on such income are communicated to the Income-tax Department. Different forms of returns of income are prescribed for filing of returns for different Status and Nature of income.

Under the Income-tax Law, different forms of returns are prescribed for different classes of taxpayers. The forms of return prescribed under the Income-tax Law for filing of return of income for the assessment year 2015-16 (i.e., financial year 2014-15) are as follows (*):

  1. ITR – 1   Also known as SAHAJ 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).
  2. ITR 2A   It is applicable to Individuals and Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) not having income from business or profession and capital gains and resident who do not hold foreign assets do not have foreign income.
  3. ITR – 2   It is applicable to an individual or a HUF having income from any source other than "Profits and gains of business or profession".
  4. ITR – 3   It is applicable to an individual or a HUF who is a partner in a firm and where income chargeable to tax under the head "Profits or gains of business or profession" does not include any income except the income by way of any interest, salary, bonus, commission or remuneration, by whatever name called, due to, or received by him from such firm.
  5. ITR - 4S Also known as SUGAM is applicable to individuals and HUF who have opted for the presumptive taxation scheme of section 44AD/44AE.
  6. ITR – 4   Its applicable to an individual or a HUF who is carrying on proprietary business or profession.
  7. ITR – 5   This Form can be used by a person being a firm, LLP, AOP, BOI, artificial juridical person referred to in section 2(31)(vii), co-operative society and local authority. However, a person who is required to file the return of income under section 139(4A) or 139(4B) or 139(4C) or 139(4D) shall not use this form (i.e., trusts, political parties, institutions, colleges, etc.)
  8. ITR – 6   It is applicable to a company, other than a company claiming exemption under section 11 (exemption under section 11 can be claimed by charitable/religious trust).
  9. ITR – 7   It is applicable to a persons including companies who are required to furnish return under section 139(4A) or section 139(4B) or section 139(4C) or section 139(4D) (i.e., trusts, political parties, institutions, colleges, etc.).
  10. ITR – V   It is the acknowledgement of filing the return of income.

This Return Form can be filed with the Income-tax Department in any of the following ways, -

  1. by furnishing the return in a paper form;
  2. by furnishing the return electronically under digital signature;
  3. by transmitting the data in the return electronically under electronic verification code;
  4. by transmitting the data in the return electronically and thereafter submitting the verification of the return in Return Form ITR-V;
  1. From the assessment year 2015-16 onwards any asessee filing ITR 1/2/2A (other than an individual of the age of 80 years or more at anytime during the previous year) having a refund claim in the return or having total income of more than Rs. 5,00,000.
  2. Every company.
  3. A firm or an individual or a HUF whose books of account are required to be audited under sec. 44AB.
  4. A resident assessee having any assets (including financial interest in any entity) located outside India or signing authority in any account located outside India.
  5. Taxpayers claiming relief under section 90, 90A or 91.
  6. A person who is required to file ITR - 5.
  7. A taxpayer who is required to furnish a report of audit under sections 10(23C)(iv), 10(23C)(v), 10(23C)(vi), 10(23C)via), 10A, 10AA, 12A(1)(b), 44AB,44DA, 50B, 80-IA, 80-IB, 80-IC, 80-ID, 80JJAA, 80LA, 92E, 115JB or 115VW
  8. Return Form ITR- 3 
  9. Return Form ITR-4
  10. Return Form ITR – 7
E-payment is the process of electronic payment of tax (i.e., by net banking or SBI’s debit/credit card) and e-filing is the process of electronically furnishing of return of income. Using the e-payment and e-filing facility, the taxpayer can discharge his obligations of payment of tax and furnishing of return easily and quickly.
No, on the contrary by not filing your return inspite of having taxable income, you will be liable to the penalty and prosecution provisions under the Income-tax Act.
Filing of return is your duty and earns for you the dignity of consciously contributing to the development of the nation. Apart from this, your income-tax returns validate your credit worthiness before financial institutions and make it possible for you to access many financial benefits such as bank credits, etc.
E-filing can be done from any place at any time and it saves time and efforts. It is simple, easy and faster. The e-filed returns are generally processed faster as compared to returns filed manually.
  • Any company other than a company who is required to furnish a report in Form No. 3CEB under section 92E (i.e. other than covered in 2 below) 
    • September 30 of the assessment year
  • Any person (may be corporate/non-corporate) who is required to furnish a report in Form No. 3CEB under section 92E
    • November 30 of the assessment year
  • Any person (other than a company) whose accounts are to be audited under the Income-tax Law or under any other law
    • September 30 of the assessment year
  • A working partner of a firm whose accounts are required to be audited under this Act or under any other law.
    • September 30 of the assessment year
  • Any other assessee
    • July 31 of the assessment year.

The due date of filing the return of income for the financial year 2014-15 extended to 31stAugust 2015.

Yes, if you have not furnished the return within the due date, you will have to pay interest on tax due. If the return is not filed up to the end of the assessment year, in addition to interest, a penalty of Rs. 5,000 shall be levied under section 271F.
Yes, if one could not file the return of income on or before the prescribed due date, then he can file a belated return. A belated return can be filed within a period of one year from the end of the assessment year or before completion of the assessment, whichever is earlier. Return filed after the prescribed due date is called as a belated return. A belated return attracts interest and penalty
Tax is refunded by Income tax department on processing of the return or after the completion of regular assessment.
Yes, since legal proceedings under the Income-tax Act can be initiated up to four or six years (as the case may be) prior to the current financial year, you must maintain such documents at least for this period. However, in certain cases the proceedings can be initiated even after 6 years, hence, it is advised to preserve the copy of return as long as possible. Further, after introduction of the e-filing facility, it is very easy and simple to maintain the copy of return of income.
Amounts paid as advance tax and withheld in the form of TDS or collected in the form of TCS will take the character of your tax due only on completion of self-assessment of your income. This self-assessment is intimated to the Department by way of filing of the return of income. Only then the Government assumes rights over the taxes paid by you. Filing of return is critical for this process and, hence, has been made mandatory. Failure will attract levy of penalty.
Non-payment of tax attracts interests, penalty and prosecution. The prosecution can lead to rigorous imprisonment from 3 months to 2 years (when the tax sought to be evaded exceeds Rs. 25,00,000 the punishment could be 6 months to 7 years).
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