How To Request For Resending Intimation Order u/s 143 (1)?

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You normally receive an intimation order under section 143 (1), if there is any demand for that particular year. The intimation will have information on the details of mismatch in TDS or tax paid. The same will be informed by tax department to taxpayers by registered E-mail ID.

An intimation will be generated and sent to the assessee specifying the sum determined to be payable by, or the amount of refund due to.

There are also chances that you receive intimation where the loss declared in the return is adjusted but no tax or interest is payable by, or no refund is due.

How To Request For Resending Intimation Order u/s 143 (1)?

The intimation will have information provided by taxpayer in ITR. Also, the computations made by CPC under section 143(1).

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
Click on "Request for Intimation u/s 143(1)/154

Step 3

Enter the details in the form
Such as PAN, AY, Category, Sub v\category
CPC reference number

Step 4

Click on submit button

Once you submit, you will receive confirmation on the same and you will receive intimation to your mail ID with 5-6 working days. 

One can also check the  status of request under "My Request List" tab in your account.
Once you receive the intimation, the PDF should be opened using the password that will be PAN Number in lower case and date of birth in date, month and year format.

Also read:

5 Ways To Get An Income Tax Refund Quickly

Income Tax Refund: How to Update Your Bank Account Number If You have Closed An Account?

How Much Interest Is Paid To Individuals On Income Tax Refund?

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