Income Tax Return Notice, Analyze & Access- Onfiling [2022]

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Have you received any Income tax Notice? There can be any reason for the tax notice such as non filing of income tax returns, any assessment related query, any statement or query required by the income tax department. So once you receive the notice, firstly it is important to analyse whether it is a notice or intimation and accordingly you can inform your professional advisor to act upon the same. All income tax notices bear a unique document identification number, through which one can check the authenticity of notice. 

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You can file online rectification to CPC by logging into with your user ID and password. Rectification request can be initiated in my account tab and all necessary details to be furnished there.
If you have not paid tax demand then you will have to pay penalty as per the provisions of the Income tax Act,1961 along with proceedings for recovery listed in Chapter XVII-D of the Income tax Act, 1961.
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