Income tax issues 7 types of notices if there are deficiencies in ITR, know their meaning

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ITR: New form issued for filing ITR, know what is necessary for whom, how to download
ITR: New form issued for filing ITR, know what is necessary for whom, how to download

If there is any difference between your income and tax, then notice can also come in different sections of the Income Tax Act. No need to panic. However, try not to make mistakes while filling the RTR.

New Delhi. The Income Tax Department issues a notice if there is a flaw in the Income Tax Return, ie ITR. Few people know what the meaning of these notices (Income Tax Notice) is? There are generally seven types of notices.

However, if there is any difference between your income and tax, then notice can also come in different sections of the Income Tax Act. Or if there is any information left to be filled, then notice also comes. CA Harigopal Patidar says that notice to the Income Tax Department is a normal procedure. There is no need to panic. However, try not to make mistakes while filling the RTR. Always be cautious while filling ITR and submit the form after thorough examination. Let’s know about all the notices of the Income Tax Department.




  • Section 142: This notice is the most common notice. This is given if the income tax returns are not filed. Under this, one can be asked for scrutiny of accounts. This notice can come even if there is any doubt on the documents given by the taxpayer on filing the income tax return,
  • Section 133A: This is the second most common notice issued by the Income Tax Department. A notice is issued for survey or scrutiny of accounts under Section 133A.
  • Section 156: If any tax, interest, damages etc. remains unpaid on behalf of taxpayers, then issue notice under section 156 You can be asked to pay.
  • Section 131 (1A): the right to an Assessing Officer under Section 131 (1A) of the Income Tax Act that he could doubt that the taxpayer has hidden income. This means that on receipt of the notice, you will have to provide proof that you have not hidden any income.
  • Section 143 (1): The notice under Section 143 (1) comes when it is found that there was a mistake while filing tax return or any wrong information has been given. In such a case, additional tax is demanded.
  • Section 143 (2): A notice under Section 143 (2) means that a regular assessment check will be done by the Assessing Office.
  • Section 148: This notice will come when the Assessing Officer feels that some of your income has not been assessed, in such a case, the assessment can be done again.

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