Income Tax Intimation u/s 143(1) & Demand Notice 139(9) Service

Have you received an Income Tax Demand notice under section 143(1) of the Income Tax Act? Or have you received a Defective Return notice under section 139(9) of the Income tax Act? If so, then this service is just tailor-made for your problem. Don't worry, we will assist you in negating your tax demand liability completely!

Sometimes, the Income Tax Department does not receive all your tax credits in time, or they miss out processing a key piece of information that causes these demand notices to be raised. We understand how to fix these problems and work with you in resolving the matter until the tax department and you are in complete sync.

Our Intimation Services are perfect for those who have received a Demand notice as an Intimation u/s 143(1) or a Defective notice as an Intimation u/s139(9)

Features of this package
  • Simply upload the digital PDF file of the Intimation you have received.
  • The case is promptly assigned to our expert tax professionals who further analyse the case and recommend a solution.
  • Quickest way to resolve this annoying tax issue.
  • Award winning expert communication tool.
  • A final "Transaction ID" of the solution submitted with the Income Tax Department is generated and sent to you for record.
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What is an Intimation u/s 143(1)?

An Intimation u/s 143(1) is an Income Tax Intimation which contains vital information about how your income tax return has been processed by the CPC, Bangalore. Such notices usually contain a notice of demand or a refund notice or a statement showing a no refund – no liability state where all your income reported is equal to the income assessed by the Income Tax Department.

Also read:-Section 139(4) - Filing Income Tax Returns After Due Date

Under what conditions is an Intimation u/s 143(1) sent?

When you file your income tax returns – the CPC will process it in a stipulated period of time. Once they process it, they are obligated to send you Intimation under section 143(1) which essentially outlines the processing details of your return. So you HAVE to receive such a notice after you file your return. Whether the notice contains a demand, a refund or a nil liability – is up to the experts at Makemyreturns to decipher and analyze.

How to deal with an Intimation u/s 143(1), when you receive one?

Section 143(1) of the Income Tax act is one of the specialties of Makemyreturns. Simply sign up for the Intimation Service and upload the intimation you have received and one of our tax experts would take care of it for you. You may also receive an Income tax intimation u/s 139(9) which our experts are well equipped to handle.

Also read:-How to rectify mistakes in an order or intimation sent by the Income Tax department?

Also read:-Intimation Under Section 143(1)

Also read:-Electronic Verification Code - EVC - Now Electronically Verify your Income Tax Return using Aadhar


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