Income Tax Notice Response

Income Tax Notice Response

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Income tax notices are issued by the Department of Income Tax for multiple reasons, such as not filing income tax returns, deficiencies in filing tax returns, or other instances where additional details or documents are needed by the tax department. There’s no need to be worried or frightened about getting an income tax notice. The taxpayer, however, must take measures to understand the purpose of the notice, the requirement or order contained in the notice, and take steps to comply.

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FileRabbit provides families and companies a full range of tools to help them manage tax compliance. In case you receive an income tax notice, get in touch with a Tax Expert at FileRabbit to better understand the income tax notice and determine a course of action. A copy of the tax notice and request can be sent to Our tax experts will then inform you of the sort of notice obtained and assist you in dealing with the tax notice or order.


Types of income tax notice:

Notice u/s 143(1) – Intimation

This is one of the most commonly received income tax notices. The income tax department sends this notice seeking a response to the errors/ incorrect claims/ inconsistencies in an income tax return that was filed. If you want to revise the return after receiving this notice, it must be done within 15 days. Else, the tax return will be processed after making the necessary adjustments mentioned in the 143(1) tax notice.

Notice u/s 142(1) – Inquiry

This notice is addressed to the assessee when the return is already filed and further details and documents are required from the assessee to complete the process. This notice can also be sent to necessitate a taxpayer to provide additional documents and information.

Notice u/s 139(1) – Defective Return

An income tax notice under Section 139(1) would be issued if the income tax return filed does not contain all necessary information or incorrect information. If a tax notice under Section 139(1) is issued, you should rectify the defect in the return within 15 days.

Notice u/s 143(2) – Scrutiny

An income tax notice under Section 143(2) is issued if the tax officer was not satisfied with the documents and information that was submitted by the taxpayer. Taxpayers who receive notice under Section 142(2) have been selected for detailed scrutiny by the Income Tax department and will have to submit additional information.

Notice u/s 156 – Demand Notice

This type of income tax notice is issued by the Income Tax Department when any tax, interest, fine, or any other sum is owed by the taxpayer. All demand tax notice will stipulate the sum which is outstanding and due from the taxpayer.

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