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Income Tax Portal New Feature: Good News! Now you can easily track notices and letters on Income Tax portal


Income Tax Portal New Feature: Through the ‘e-Proceedings’ tab, registered users will be able to view and respond to various notices and communications issued by the Assessing Officer, Central Processing Center (CPC) or any other Income Tax authority.


Income Tax Portal New Feature:

To ease the process of filing income tax, the Income Tax Department has introduced a new feature on its e-filing portal. This new feature will greatly help taxpayers in tracking pending tax proceedings. This tab named ‘e-Proceedings’ is available inside the portal itself. With its help, taxpayers will be able to easily view various notices, letters and information issued by the department. This will not only reduce the burden on taxpayers but they will also not have to visit the Income Tax Office.


E-proceeding

Through the ‘e-Proceedings’ tab, registered users will be able to view and respond to different notices and communications issued by the Assessing Officer, Central Processing Center (CPC) or any other income tax authority. These include defect notices under section 139(9), notices under section 245, prima facie adjustment under section 143(1)(a) and suo moto rectification under section 154.


How to login

For this process, users need to log in to the e-filing portal with their credentials> From the dashboard, they can access the ‘Pending Actions’ section and go to ‘e-Proceedings’. Users can then choose whether they are responding as an individual or as an authorized representative.


What things will be needed

To access this service, users will need an active PAN card, a valid user ID and password for the e-filing portal and the relevant notice, intimation or letter from the Income Tax Department. Additionally, authorized representatives may need to be authorized to act on behalf of taxpayers and, in some cases, may also require an active TAN. This new feature of income tax is definitely a news of relief for taxpayers. This will not only save time but will also make it easier to track and respond to tax related information.

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