|Step by Step Guide to Submit Online Respose to Income Tax Demand|
|Step 1||Login to e-Filing website with User ID, Password, Date of Birth / Date of Incorporation and Captcha.|
|Step 2||Go to My Account and click on "Response to Outstanding Tax Demand".|
|Step 3||Details given below would be displayed.
|Step 4||You must click on "Submit" link under Response column for the respective AY in order to submit the response.
Taxpayer has to select one of the options from the radio button.
|Step 5||If taxpayer selects "Demand is correct", then a pop up is displayed as "If you confirm "Demand is correct' then you cannot 'Disagree with the demand'. Click on "Submit". A success message is displayed.
If any refund is due, the outstanding demand along with interest will be adjusted against the refund due.
In any other case taxpayer has to immediately pay the demand.
|Step 6||If taxpayer selects "Demand is partially correct", then "Amount which is correct" and "Amount which is incorrect" has to entered.|
|Step 7||If taxpayer has provided 'amount which is incorrect' then he should mandatorily fill one or more reasons for stating so as listed below:
Demand paid and Challan has no CINDemand has already been reduced by rectification/revision Demand has already been reduced by Appellate Order but appeal effect has to be given by Department.
Rectification / Revised Return has been filed at CPC.
|Step 8||Based on the reason selected, the assessee needs to provide additional information as per the below table.|
|Step 9||If assessee selects "Disagree with the Demand", then assessee must furnish the details for disagreement along with reasons. Details / Reasons are same as provided under "Demand is partially correct".|
|Step 10||After assesse submits the response the success screen would be displayed along with the Transaction ID.|
|Step 11||Assessees can click on 'View' link under Response column to view the response submitted.
The following details are displayed:
Click on Transaction ID to know the details of response submitted.
|This ends the process of submitting response to outstanding tax demand.|
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