An Income Tax (IT) Return is not considered as valid until it is verified by the taxpayer. In the current procedure, after filing a return the taxpayer can verify the return by two methods. First one is by sending the printout of ITR-V to CPC Bengaluru and second method is by using Digitally Signed
e-filing ITR-1 or ITR 4S on Income Tax e-filing Portal: In my earlier article on How to file an Income Tax Return I told you about filing IT return. In this tutorial I will tell you How to e-file ITR-1 or ITR 4S on Income Tax e-filing Portal. Login to Income Tax e-filing Portal.
Important National Activities in a nutshell: The Indian National Congress (INA): Founded by AO Hume, a retired civil servant and an Englishman in 1885. First session in Bombay in 1885 under WC Banerjee. 72 delegates attended it. Partition of Bengal: On October 16, 1905 by Lord Curzon, reducing the old province of Bengal in
Most Important Parliamentary Terms: Question Hour: The day’s business in Parliament normally begins with this. Questions are asked by the members, which are answered by the ministers. Questions are of different types: Starred Questions: Those questions for which an oral answer is required to be given by the minister on the floor of the
High Court: Every State has a High Court, which is the highest judicial body of the State. Currently there are 24 High Courts in India. Consists of Chief Justice and other such Judges as appointed by the President. Appointment of Judges: President appoints after consultation with Chief Justice of Supreme Court and the Governor
Money Bill: A bill which deals with all or any of the following matters: Imposition, regulation or alteration, abolition, remission of any tax. Regulation of borrowing of money by the Govt. Withdrawal or the custody of moneys from the consolidated fund of India. Appropriation of moneys out of the consolidated fund of India. Declaring