Income Tax e-filling portal: CBDT released figures amidst difficulties on website, 1.19 crore ITR files
Income Tax Department’s new e-filing port- www.incometax.gov.in – Launched on 7th June this year. since its taxpayers The website has faced fifty problems. The Ministry of Finance is continuously monitoring to overcome these problems and is in constant touch with the developer company Infosys Ltd. However, meanwhile, on Wednesday, the CBDT i.e. Central Board of Direct Taxes said that 1.19 crore income tax returns have been filed so far for the assessment year 2021-22 on the new site.
According to these figures, 3.2 lakh ITRs are being filed every day in September 2021. A total of 8.83 crore unique taxpayers have logged on to it since its launch till 7th September, 2021. If we look at the average everyday, this figure has been 15.55 lakh in September. So far 76.2 million taxpayers have used the online utility of the portal to file returns.
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Let’s take a look at the latest figures-
– So far 94.88 lakh ITRs have been verified, which is necessary for processing from the Centralized Processing Center. Out of these 7.07 lakh ITRs have been processed.
Taxpayers have seen 8.4 lakh notices issued by the department, on which 2.61 lakh responses have been filed. On an average, 8,285 notices are being issued for e-processing every day in September, while on an average 5,889 responses are being filed.
– So far 10.60 lakh statutory forms have been submitted, out of which 7.86 lakh TDS statements, 1.03 lakh Form 10A for registration of trusts and institutions, 0.87 lakh 10E on salary arrears and 0.10 lakh Form 35 for appeal Huh.
– 66.44 lakh taxpayers have done Aadhaar-PAN linking. At the same time, more than 14.59 lakh e-PANs have been allotted. More than 0.50 lakh taxpayers are using this facility every day in September.