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Compliance Portal: Tax Liability from Purchase of a Movable Asset

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Tax Liability from Purchase of a Movable Asset

In the realm of income taxation, understanding the implications of verification issues is crucial for taxpayers.

Here’s a simplified guide to help taxpayers navigate these challenges:

Addressing Unexplained Investments: Taxpayers often make substantial expenditures on movable assets without filing their Income Tax Returns (ITRs). According to the Income Tax Act, any unexplained investment is deemed as income for the financial year under sections 69 and 69B.

Responding to Verification Issues: Taxpayers encountering verification issues must promptly submit a response. This response is to be submitted online through the compliance portal.

Encountering Verification Challenges: Taxpayers may receive verification notifications from the Income Tax Department (ITD) via SMS, calls, or emails for various reasons:

  1. Non-filing of ITRs for the given assessment year, potentially resulting in pending tax liabilities.
  2. Discrepancies between taxpayer-provided details and information received by the ITD for that assessment year.
  3. Reporting of significant transactions during a financial year deemed abnormal or inconsistent with the taxpayer’s profile.
Verification issue in the computation of tax liability from the purchase of a movable asset
A1Correct Information ValueAmount + Remarks
A2Out of earlier income or savingsAmount + Remarks
A3Out of receipts exempt from taxExempt income-wise list
A4Received from identifiable persons (without PAN)PAN wise list
A5Received from identifiable persons (without PAN)Person wise list
A6Received from un-identifiable personsNature of transaction wise list 
A7OthersAmount + Remarks
A8Unexplained amountA1- (A2+A3+A4+A5+A6+A7)

In the realm of income taxation, accurately declaring expenditures is vital for taxpayers.

Here’s a simplified guide to help taxpayers navigate these processes:

A1- Total Expenditure Incurred: Declare the total amount of expenditure incurred in the transaction, such as the purchase of movable property.

A-2 Out of Earlier Income or Savings: If any part of the investment or expenditure stems from earlier income or savings, it should be noted along with the amount in this category. Suitable remarks are also required.

A3- Expenditure Out of Receipts Exempt from Tax: Choose from available exemptions to determine the value of the receipt, including interest income under section 10, dividend income under section 10(34), long-term capital gains on shares under section 10(38), agricultural income under section 10(1), share in the total income of firm/AOP under section 10(2A), income not taxable in India, or others.

A4- Received from Identifiable Persons (with PAN): If any amount is received from an identifiable person holding a valid PAN, provide their details as per the transaction type (sales, loan received, loan repayment, gift received, donation received, or other receipt). Transaction mode options include ‘Cash’ and ‘Non-cash’.

A5- Received from Identifiable Persons (without PAN): For amounts received from identifiable persons without a PAN, provide their details as per the transaction type.

A6- Received from Unidentifiable Persons: Details of amounts received from unidentifiable persons should be provided as per the transaction type.

A7- Other Expenditures: Declare any amounts not covered in the above categories, providing suitable remarks.

A8- Unexplained Amount: Compute the figure (A1 – (A2+A3+A4+A5+A6+A7)) for which no explanation is provided.

By understanding and accurately completing expenditure declarations, taxpayers can ensure compliance with tax regulations and contribute to a transparent tax system. It’s essential to provide thorough explanations to avoid any discrepancies or penalties associated with unexplained amounts.

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Official Income Tax Return filing website: https://incometaxindia.gov.in/


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