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For a salaried individual, Form 16 is an important document, which is used for filing the income tax return. It is almost impossible for salaried individuals to file income tax return without Form 16. However, there can be some instances where you do not receive Form 16 from the employer due to the closure of business or if you changed the job without completing the exit formalities properly. In this case,you can use other documents as references to file your return.
Form 16 is an important form for salaried employees like you. It carries information of the Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) on salary. The tax is deducted by the employer. The form will also provide a breakup of the salary into different components including income from salary, income charged as salary, which includes Dearness Allowance and House Rent Allowance, among others, and income tax deductions under Section Section80G, Section80D, 80CCD, 80CCC, and Section80C. It will also mention the details of the TDS. This form is issued once in a year to the salaried employee and it is an evidence that the TDS is deposited by the employer on behalf of the employee.
Follow the below-mentioned guide to understand how to file ITR without Form 16.
1. Calculate income from salary
You need to use your salary slips to compute the income from salary. You can collect the slips from your employer who will also provide a breakup of the salary income. The details include gross salary along with value of perquisites, professional tax, allowances exempted under Section 10, and entertainment allowance. Apart from these, the salary slip will also include details of the TDS and amount deducted for provident fund. You can now compute the income from salary. Additionally, claim the standard deduction of INR 40,000 for the financial year 2018-19. This amount is increased to INR 50,000 from this financial year.
2. Compare the TDS deducted with Form 26AS
Form 26AS contains details regarding the TDS amount deducted from all income sources, which includes the income from salary. You need to crosscheck the TDS figures shown on 26AS and see if there are any discrepancies.
3. Calculate income from house property
If you have any rental income from a house property owned by you, it is important to report it under this head. If you have taken a home loan, and are paying interest on it, you will get a deduction of the same under the head.
4. Calculate income from capital gain
For sale of equity or mutual funds, you need to pay a capital gain tax if the returns are more than INR 1 lakh and if it is held for more than one year.
5. Calculate income from other sources
You need to calculate the income earned from other sources such as interest on bank deposits and interest on an income tax refund.
6. Claim the deductions
You can claim deductions under Section 80C, 80D, and 80G, among other sections. Every deduction will have a specified limit.
7. Calculate the tax
You now need to deduct the deductions from the total earnings to get the final taxable income. You can now estimate the income tax liability, pay tax, and file the ITR.
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