Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

Here is a step by step guide to file income tax return (ITR1) for AY 2018-19. Please consider forwarding this to a person who is going to file returns for this first time. This is an updated version of a guest post by Aparna C K. You can also consult Guide to efile Income Tax Return: ITR2, ITR3 and ITR5

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How to file ITR using efile website:

Create a login. This is useful for future also.

  1. Go to this site: https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/
  2. Click on Register on the top-right, to create a login. A page will appear asking for details.
  3. This blog targets common people and not any other user type listed. Out of the two options in the first line of the “User Type” page, select individual, unless you know that you are HUF.
  4. Follow the steps. Be sure to enter the correct First name, middle name and Surname as per PAN database. Otherwise check it in this link, using your PAN. https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/e-Filing/Services/KnowYourJurisdictionLink.html
  5. Enter all the necessary details correctly, your registration will be successful. PAN no will be your user ID
  6. Know which ITR you are supposed to file: Use this article to find out Which ITR Form Should I use for A.Y. 2018-19?

a)If you have an income from just salary, house property and bank deposits (Savings, FD, RD, Flexi RD), it is ITR1 (total income up to 50 L)

b)If you have income specified in a) and income from selling Real Estate, Stocks, Mutual fund units, derivatives, gold etc, or you have withdrawn EPF/PPF, it is ITR2 (individual or HUF with no business income)

If in addition to the above, you (or HUF) have income from a business or proprietorship,  ITR3

e) For people having a presumptive business it is ITR4 (no capital gains allowed)

For all others, it is ITR5 (other than an individual)

Login using the PAN number and password created above. You will see this image 

ITR1 fig10 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

First click on “View Form 26AS” under “my account”. This will take you to the TDS-CPC website to find out your tax credit by your employers and banks.

If your return type is ITR1 or ITR4, then you can submit the return online. For others, you will have to use the java utility and upload the XML file.

If your return type is other than those mentioned in 3 above, get them from here Download ITR . Note that you can see both excel and java utilities for ITR1, ITR2,ITR3 and ITR4S, If you have java runtime Environment 1.7 or above installed, or you are willing to install, it is advisable to use java utility. The reason is it is neater and easier to use with a Graphical User Interface (GUI) than excel utility. You will get a zip file. Java can run in linux as well. Windows batch file and linux script files are provided for running. Now that you have all the tools ready, here is how you go about filling the form.  

Choose e-file —> ITR

AY 2018 2019 ITR efiling steps - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

1)     Select the form named as ITR1 and Assessment year as 2018-19 (that is the financial year 2017-18), this is where newbies get confused first. You will get this screen. You can opt for Aadhaar OTP or email/mobile/ATM based e-verification. Aadhaar would be better..

AY 2018 2019 ITR efiling step 1 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

Next a web interface appears which will have tabs equal to the number of sheets in ITR1 excel sheet utility or number of tabs in java utility. There is a one-one correspondence between all these 3 options. With the quick e-file option you are doing now, most of the personal information, and tax details would have got filled automatically. Note that you can fill only white cells and not grey cells. Keep saving the work often.

Check the personal information tab that will be pre-filled.

AY 2018 2019 ITR efiling step 2 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

 Filing Status: Entries here are fairly easy to fill. In  A21, choose option 11 if you are filing before July 31st or option 12 if you are filing afterwards 

ITR1 fig3 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

Now move to the Tax Details tab. Your TDS information as in Form 16 provided by the employer and TDS information if any tax got deducted by the bank where you hold FDs should be there already. If not, it is time to contact the bank and check why they have not deposited the tax.

ITR1 fig4 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

Now, go to Income details tab. Fill income under salary as per the Form 16, point 3.

AY 2018 2019 ITR efiling step 5 1 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

Select house property if you have. Note that if it is self-occupied, you cannot claim HRA under section 10. If it is let out, declare the rent income in the next row.

Enter the income from other sources. This should include accrued income under Savings bank account, FD and RDs across all banks. Accrued means not necessarily credited, in case of FD and RDs.

Start filling section 80 under B4. You can claim exemption up to 1,50,000 under. 80C

Claim health insurance premium under 80D.

Self+spouse+children (all < 60Y of age) 25000 + parents: 25000 (<60Y of age)

Self+spouse+children (all < 60Y of age) 25000 + parents: 30000 (>60Y of age)

Self+spouse+children (one or more > 60Y of age) 30000 + parents: 30000 (>60Y of age)

For parents who are 80 years or more with no health insurance, than a deduction of medical expenses up to Rs.30,000/- is allowed

Claim exemption up to Rs 10,000 on savings bank portion of B3, under C17. 80TTA

If you have made any donations that are qualified for income tax exemptions, go to the last tab 80G and enter the details. You can do this, only if you have received a certificate with the details of the donee.

ITR1 fig6 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

Come back to Income Details tab.

AY 2018 2019 ITR efiling step 3 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

 

  • Have a look at D1…D10 See if D6 is applicable to you. Try to understand all of them. If D10 is a positive number, you need to pay “Self assessment tax”(SAT). Do this by clicking on “E-Pay Tax” on the left. One way to avoid this would have been by paying “Advance Tax” before March 31st. No interest needs to be paid in that case.
  • After Paying SAT, my guess is, it would appear automatically under Tax paid tab, if not, manually fill it.
  • Go to Taxes paid and Verification tab.

AY 2018 2019 ITR efiling step 6 - Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

  • It should show ‘zero’ under D13. Else pay the necessary tax add the challan no under “Tax details”
  • Fill all the bank details carefully. Report any small exempted income (less than or equal to Rs. 5000) in D22, for example, equity gains by selling shares or units older than a year.
  • Check once again all the tabs and press submit.

You can e-verify the return by obtaining the OPT from the mobile no registered with Aadhaar.

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108 thoughts on “Guide to efile Income Tax Return For AY 2018-19

  1. Hi Anandji and bemoneyaware,
    Thanks for the words of encouragement.
    Except for one or two pictures, rest were added by Prof Pattu.
    So generous of him to give me an opportunity to post and add the missing parts and yet not claim credit for it. I feel excited to see my post here.
    Thanks a lot
    Regards
    Aparna

  2. Hi Anandji and bemoneyaware,
    Thanks for the words of encouragement.
    Except for one or two pictures, rest were added by Prof Pattu.
    So generous of him to give me an opportunity to post and add the missing parts and yet not claim credit for it. I feel excited to see my post here.
    Thanks a lot
    Regards
    Aparna

  3. Sir, where to add interest on house loan in ITR. Can I show it as income from house property as negative value. Please help

    1. I got the following response from experts in facebook group, Asan Ideas for Wealth,
      “For showing interest on home loan, one has to use ITR-2, Schedule HP. Schedule HP of ITR-2 is pretty simple and straightforward. In ITR-2, we just need to punch in the interest figure and it ‘ll be converted to negative automatically.”

    2. Dear Siva, in case of ITR-1, the interest on home loan is to be put in with a – minus sign. In case of ITR-2 we need to punch in interest figure in HP schedule and it ‘ll be automatically converted to negative.

      In both cases, this negative figure finally ‘ll get deducted from your salary income for tax computation and you ‘ll get the calculation of tax there on on final taxable income.

      Thanks

      Ashal

  4. Sir, where to add interest on house loan in ITR. Can I show it as income from house property as negative value. Please help

    1. I got the following response from experts in facebook group, Asan Ideas for Wealth,
      “For showing interest on home loan, one has to use ITR-2, Schedule HP. Schedule HP of ITR-2 is pretty simple and straightforward. In ITR-2, we just need to punch in the interest figure and it ‘ll be converted to negative automatically.”

    2. Dear Siva, in case of ITR-1, the interest on home loan is to be put in with a – minus sign. In case of ITR-2 we need to punch in interest figure in HP schedule and it ‘ll be automatically converted to negative.

      In both cases, this negative figure finally ‘ll get deducted from your salary income for tax computation and you ‘ll get the calculation of tax there on on final taxable income.

      Thanks

      Ashal

      1. Hi Ashal,

        Its not like for those having housing loan interest, they have to ITR -2. Right? I am a salaried employee and I have already filed ITR-1 with a minus sign to declare loss from house property. Please clarify me if I am wrong.

        1. Dear Supreeth, for single house owner, the ITR-1 is to be used. For more than 1 house, ITR-2A (no capital gains) or ITR-2 (with capital gains) is to be used.

          Thanks

          Ashal

  5. Hi,

    Thanks for the post.
    I am having 2 form 16, then in that case what are the changes to be made while filling ITR.
    Also investments which are not covered in Form 16, can we also include that in ITR.

    Thanks,
    Nikhil

    1. Nikhil, I got the following response from experts in facebook group, Asan Ideas for Wealth,
      Extract from rules:
      “Further, in case there was more than one employer during the year, please furnish in this item the details in respect of total salaries from various employers”. As for investments not shown in Form-16(s), the actual investments made should be shown, and supporting documents preserved to clarify in case of a query/notice/scrutiny.

    2. In case of ITR-1, simply add up the point 6 from both form 16 – income chargerble to tax under the head salaries.

      The VI A investments and deductions not claimed with employer can be clamed during ITR filing. We need to preserve the record for the same to prove if asked for.

      thanks

      Ashal

    3. In case of ITR-2 and ITR-3 or ITR-4 or ITR-4S, after putting in the non taxable allowances and taxable perquisites and professional tax (tax on employment) at relevant places, the final taxable salary should match with the sum as mentioned above for ITR-1 case.

      Thanks

      Ashal

  6. Hi,

    Thanks for the post.
    I am having 2 form 16, then in that case what are the changes to be made while filling ITR.
    Also investments which are not covered in Form 16, can we also include that in ITR.

    Thanks,
    Nikhil

    1. Nikhil, I got the following response from experts in facebook group, Asan Ideas for Wealth,
      Extract from rules:
      “Further, in case there was more than one employer during the year, please furnish in this item the details in respect of total salaries from various employers”. As for investments not shown in Form-16(s), the actual investments made should be shown, and supporting documents preserved to clarify in case of a query/notice/scrutiny.

    2. In case of ITR-1, simply add up the point 6 from both form 16 – income chargerble to tax under the head salaries.

      The VI A investments and deductions not claimed with employer can be clamed during ITR filing. We need to preserve the record for the same to prove if asked for.

      thanks

      Ashal

    3. In case of ITR-2 and ITR-3 or ITR-4 or ITR-4S, after putting in the non taxable allowances and taxable perquisites and professional tax (tax on employment) at relevant places, the final taxable salary should match with the sum as mentioned above for ITR-1 case.

      Thanks

      Ashal

  7. Hi,
    Thanks a lot for all the replies Ashal..He is the best person for all these queries. Hope everyone got answers.
    Regards
    Aparna

  8. Hi,
    Thanks a lot for all the replies Ashal..He is the best person for all these queries. Hope everyone got answers.
    Regards
    Aparna

    1. Aparna says:
      “The point. No 3 of form 16 is to be entered under “salaries” section of itr. It is the balance after accounting for HRA, LTA and this medical reimb”

      1. My employer said that they can’t process my bills under section 17(2) and asked me to claim it during IT returns filing. How to do it?

  9. Where to enter income from FD interest under section 194A , in ITR 1.for which TDS is already deducted by the bank Nitin

  10. My form 16 part B Income under the head salaries is 414703.74 but 26AS form (and form 16 part A) shows 403199/- , TDS is same in both of them, what should I fill? I understand that I have to fill my income details according to form 16 part B, but should I update the tax details tab which is showing income from 26 AS pre-filled or keep it as it is? Will it not be mismatching information then?

    I am filling information directly on the government website where they have this “tax details” tab, where they have pre-filled info about my salary and tds, not sure whether to update the salary part as it is different from “income under the head salaries” in form 16 part b, tds is same.

    1. Dear Bhavesh, in your TDS schedule, please correct the income figure from 4.07L to 4.14L.

      Thanks

      Ashal

    1. If there is positive number in row no D18 (in one of the pictures above) you will get a refund. It is explained in the aritcle.

  11. Hi,

    My employer missed adding deductions for HRA in Form 16 (rent paid for fiscal year in Bangalore). They are not correcting the Form 16 now.

    Can i correct the Yearly income under head salaries by deduction HRA exemption from it and file my return?

    Do i need to send any rent paid proof to IT dept, for this correction?

    Please help me with this query.
    Thanks
    Ashu

    1. You can include the right deduction amount when you file ITR and seek for refund. No proof need be submitted. Just keep the proofs safe.

  12. why Tax Exemption Limit in ITR2 Form Java Utility AY2014-15 is calculating for 1 lakh instead of 1.5 lakh.

    1. Hi Karan,
      If you are filing for FY 2014-15, you will get 1.5L limit. For that you need to use Java utility of AY 2015-16, not AY 2014-15.
      Thanks

  13. Hi there,

    Thanks for putting the information I have a doubt while filling online tax in ITR-1. Inder Tax Details tab there is a field “income under salary” , it is pre populated with some value, which is different than Form 16 – item 8 ( Gross Total Income). Do I need to edit it or leave it as it is?
    Your help is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Dhananjay

  14. Dear Aparna & Pattu,

    I have d/l both, XL & Java utilities and am facing issues:
    1. XL: Income details tab: row 51 / 5f, System calculated column has #NAME? error
    row 56 5k, has #NAME? error in data entry & System Calculated
    All calculated cells below have same error, UNABLE TO PROCEED.
    When I validate sheet “Income details” sheet I get error
    ” Runtime error 13 Type mismatch, Can you help?

    2. Java: No such issues, but Income Details / column D11 (Interest under Sec 234C) is Rs.234
    I have paid TDS and advance tax. Can you halp?

  15. On eFiling site when you click on 26AS form to check, it is opening TRACEs site, where again you have to register.

    Bye d way, for NRI , Is it require to file ITR?
    What options i have to choose, if i have only FD,MF and Market investment. Property never sold.

    Very well contents you have provided in article. Thanks Aparna CK.

    1. ear Jig, If you are logging in from a non Indian server, the form 26AS ‘ll not open. Ask some one back in India to open and send as PDF file to you.

      Thanks

      Ashal

  16. HI Sir,

    I tried to fill the income details. When i entered the Total(80C+80CCC+80CCD) as 16500, the system shows the eligible amount as Rs.100000.
    whereas in Form16 i got calculated as 150000. Which is actually correct. I though my employer made mistake in Form 16. Am i right sir..

    1. And also, i am not able to find the column for filling the interest of housing loan . please help.

  17. Dear Sir, While filing online return Information pre-populated in ITR website under gross income and TDS are coming more than corresponding figures in Form 16. Which I guess is due to different numbers in Form 26AS. Which numbers shall i fill form 16 or 26AS? Also Do i need to get it rectified the mismatch?.. Thanks in Advance..:D

  18. Dear Sir, While filing online return Information pre-populated in ITR website under gross income and TDS are coming more than corresponding figures in Form 16. Which I guess is due to different numbers in Form 26AS. Which numbers shall i fill form 16 or 26AS? Also Do i need to get it rectified the mismatch?.. Thanks in Advance..:D

  19. Hi, I cannot find any section such as 24(b) in Income details section. Please suggest where I can claim exemption on Housing Loan interes. Will it be okay if I enter negative amount in "Income from one House Property" section

  20. I have forget to claim HRA in last year. now i want to claim in this form, can you please let me know where do i have to mentioned it in ITR1 ,

    thanks!
    Bhushan

  21. Dear Team,
    I am getting a tax free salary and exempted from paying any IT(working for Organisation that is exempted from paying tax).Please let me know which form should I use for filing return and where exactly should I mention about the exempted salary amount so as to pay 0 tax.Lat Year I mentioned it under Relief U/S 89 (ITR2)but IT team charged me with the tax and it is still pending with IT office.
    Thanks in advance

  22. Dear Ashlanshu,Thanks for the prompt reply.As I mentioned in my previous post.I am exempted from paying any tax and that is confirmed.Please let me know where do I mention that and which form to use.
    Thanks

  23. Dear Aparna,
    Thanks for the info here. I came across a case where the 26AS shows credit for tax deposited by bank but it doesn’t appear in the utility after choosing auto fill option.
    However Advance Taxes paid are shown up automatically.

    Can you pls clarify this?

  24. Thanks a lot for giving a fantastic note on QUICK E-FILING-ITR.My question is “can I use EVR through Internet banking after receiving acknowledgement from IT Dept through E-Mail. for verification?If it is ‘yes’ then how?

  25. Hi all
    My name is shahid and i m frm kashmir india i want to know how to fill return plx sugest me r contact me cox we r 50 peoples and we dnt knw how to file return

  26. I have paid full self assessment tax and got computerised receipt. In this CIN is not given. Should I insist on this. 2. Should I wait for this self assessment tax to be reflected in 26AS before I upload on my return or can I upload as soon as computerised bank receipt is received.

  27. Sir,
    for Interest paid on Home Loan in F/Y 2015-16, shall I show -figure in Income from House property in ITR-1. pl advise your opinion.

  28. if show profeesion tax in 80c deduction it is correct or incorrect if incorect then how to rectify this error nd how to upload revised return
    please tell urgent sir

  29. Just a quick question. I have got a nominal amount of earning through Freelancing from foreign websites (PayPal payments). So do I need ITR-4 instead of ITR-2? If so, which section exactly.

    Though my total income is far below the minimum taxable amount, I need to file to carry forward my LTCG.

    Please guide. I have filed ITR-2 many times easily.

  30. Sir
    My retirement was 31-10-16 from psu. I got total 16 lakhs as gratuity, epf, leave encashment, group insurance etc .If it is necessary to mention the above retirement benefit in return form ? if yes which form and which column it will mention ? pl guide me .
    Thanks
    K.R.Vasudevan

  31. There are entries in 26AS with Zero TDS. Should these entries be filled in TDS1/TDS2 in ITR or they can be ignored and not filled.
    Kindly clarify.
    Thanks

  32. Sir,

    I have long term capital gains by selling/switching mutual funds. This is not taxable. Should I use ITR-1 or ITR-2? Please suggest.

  33. I have already filed my return for the year. However I have a small doubt. Could you please help me?
    Kindly advice whether the “Income form Salary” in Income details tab and “Income under Salary” in Tax details tab should be the same?
    I had entered the income after the deductions (HRA, Conveyance, etc) in “Income form Salary” under Income details tab. However “Income under Salary” in Tax details tab was pre-filled with pre-deductions income and I did not make any change to it.
    Would this be a problem? Should I revise the original IT return by updating “Income under Salary” in Tax details tab to post deductions income?

  34. What I understand is,if a person having income from 1 house,ITR1 should be used.
    Say for an eg: If mine income from rent is 1,00,000 and by applying standard deduction 30% it comes to 70,000.
    In the ITR1 ,income from one house property should be entered as 1,00,000 or 70,000?
    If 70,000 will be entered ,under which section should i enter standard deduction?Please help

  35. me and my wife both are salaried.. have bought the 2 houses jointly… one is self occupied and other is let out…we do not have any other income.
    please let me know the following

    1. which form should I need to fill
    2. can I claim the 100% of the principle and interest component for both the houses… (our EMI goes out of the joint accounts) and my wife will claim nil..
    3. if no, how to arrive on the % to be claimed since it is not even on the agreement
    4. if yes, can my wife also claim later date in case she required to do the same in future

  36. This article is a great help but I still can’t find what I have been searching for all these time on multiple sites.
    1. I don’t have a regular job or income from house property. All my income goes under the title ‘income from other sources’. This comes to around 2 lacs for AY 16-17. I am not claiming any losses, refund or deductions. This includes savings bank interest too, which are less than 10000 rupees. I have no TDS to fill in and I don’t collect tax from source from anyone either.

    2. I have long term capital gains of 3 lacs by sale of equities which are exempted under 10(38). Do I need to add this amount to the other 2 lacs? There is a place where I can put this under, exempt income for reporting purpose only in ITR 1 form. Is this correct?

    And I think exempt income more than 5000 is ITR2, is not correct. That is about agricultural income being more than 5000 rupees, right?

  37. Tax on Income from bank interest at source, under sec 194A, is free of edn+higher edn cess of 3%

    While filling ITR this income is shown under ‘Income from Other Sources’ and gets added to gross total income and invites a cess of 3%

    Isn’t this a contrary to the basic rule of keeping TDS under sec 194A cess-free ?

  38. Very nice one. I’m trying to use the excel utility for ITR2. I have a query. When i enter the amount under 80D, it is not getting considered for tax calculation. can you pls. let me know if i need to enter any data in any other sheet for this to be considered?

  39. Please use latest version of ITR2 excel utility it could be one of the reasons.
    I checked by putting 25000 under sec 80D and found “Total deductions under Chapter Vi (Total of a to s)” changed from 160000 to 185000. The change is reflected at serial No. 12 of TI in Part B also.
    I experienced a problem of tax not being calculated on selecting “Calculate Tax”. The reason was a snag in the version I downloaded originally. The later version of excel utility solved this problem.

  40. Hi. In Schedule S in ITR-2 for AY 2017-18, one must provide the breakup of the salary. I observe that for item-6, “Income chargeable under the Head ‘Salaries’ (1+2+3+4-5)”, it is exclusive of HRA & other section 10 deductions. I have filled as required and filed the return. However, I got an intimation from IT department as “Adjustment u/s 143(1)(a) that income declared under head “Salaries” does not tally with Income credited by employer in form-26AS. (This is obvious, since form-26AS reflects the gross salary credited, whereas Schedule-S in ITR-2 reflects “Income chargeable under the Head ‘Salaries’” which is always lesser than the gross income.) How to overcome this problem? I also find it strange that the declaration made for HRA section 10(13A), under item 7-iii in schedule-S seems to be just informative. The value entered there does not alter the Taxable income in any way. Kindly guide if possible. Thanks in advance for your valuable time !

    Note that “Income under head salaries” = Gross salary + perquisites – Professional_tax – Section10_exemptions(HRA)

  41. As stated by Nitin above, I too has got similar notice that my “Income Under Head Salaries” is not matching with Income credited in 26AS. 26AS shows gross income before deuctions under section 10. Can somebody help me. I have less than one month to file a reply.

  42. Dear Nitin,

    I also have received similar notice. Strangely IT department is taking income credited in 26AS as income. I understand 26AS is for tax credit. Can any body clarify this ?

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