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ITR 3 is required to be filed by any individual or HUF having income from profits and gains from business or profession.
ITR 3 should be filed by Individual/HUF in the following cases:
Income from Business, or
Income from Profession
Also, Individual/HUF may also have Income from any other Head.
ITR 3 is required to be filed online after filling the required details, and submitted to the department either by using DSC or physically signing the acknowledgement and sending it to the Income Tax Department’s office within 120 days of e-filing.
- Copy of Adhaar Card
- Details of Salary income, in case income earned under salary head
- Details of Rent received in case of income from rent and rental agreement.
- Bank statement for the financial year.
- Form 16A or Interest Statement issued by Banks for Fixed Deposit Interest Income.
- In case of capital gains, statements issued by the share broker if any.
- Chapter VIA Investment details if any like:
- i)Receipt of children’s school tuition fees.
- ii) Life insurance premium receipt
- iii) Principal repayment on your home loan.
- iv) Equity Linked Savings Scheme/Mutual funds investment.
- v) Mediclaim payment receipt etc.
- Profit and loss statement and Balance sheet for the previous year
- Details of Chartered Accountant conducting Tax audit in audited case.
- Copies of books of accounts required to be maintained as per section 44AB i.e. Cash book, Journal book, Sales and Purchase register in case of business and Receipt book in case of profession.
ITR-3 Return Filing FAQ’s
No, ITR 3 is not applicable for presumptive taxation of business or profession. ITR 4 will be applicable for you.
No, ITR-3 will be applicable for Individuals or HUF having business and profession income not chargeable under presumptive taxation.
An Individual or HUF who is earning income as a partner of a partnership firm which is engaged in a business/profession is not eligible to file ITR-3. In this case, he can file ITR 2.
Anything received by an employee from an employer in cash, kind or any facility is considered as salary.
No, it is taxable as income from other sources.
If Leave encashment is received while working, it is taxable. If received at the time of retirement in case Government employee, it is exempt. In any other case it is exempt upto a certain limit prescribed under law.
Money received in cash/cheque/draft, without consideration exceeding Rs. 50000, the whole sum is taxable. There are certain exceptions to this.
Any profit or gain arising from transfer of a capital asset during the year is charged to tax under the head “Capital Gains”.
To determine the taxability, capital gains are classified into short-term capital gain and long-term capital gain, as the tax rates for long-term capital gain and short-term capital gain are different. Similarly, computation provisions are different for long-term capital gains and short-term capital gains.
No, benefit of indexation is not available while computing capital gain arising on transfer of short-term capital asset.