New Delhi July 16th: Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India announced new set of rules for applying for Passport. Old rule for date of birth wherein incumbent compulsory submit a birth certificate which was compulsory for all applicant born on/after 26th January 1989. As per new rues now any of the following documents will take into consideration as date of birth.
1. Birth Certificate (BC) issued by the Registrar of births and deaths or the Municipal Corporation or any other prescribed authority whosoever has been empowered under the Registration of Birth & Deaths Act, 1969 to register the birth of a child born in India.
2. Transfer/school leaving/matriculation certificate issued by the school last attended/recognized educational board.
3. PAN card
3. Aadhar card/E-aadhar
4. Copy of the extract of the service record of the applicant (only in respect of Government servants) or the pay pension order (in respect of retired government servants), duly attested/certified by the officer/in-charge of the administration of the concerned ministry/department of the applicant.
5. Driving license
Ministry of Finance Government of India Income Tax rule apply as below.
Income tax Ac
As per section 139(1) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 in the country, individuals whose total income during the previous year exceeds the maximum amount not chargeable to tax, should file their income tax returns (ITR).
The process of electronically filing income tax returns is known as e-filing. You can either seek professional help or file your returns yourself from the comfort of your home by registering on the income tax department website or other websites. The due date for filing tax returns (physical or online), is July 31st.
Who should e-file income tax returns?
Online filing of tax returns is easy and can be done by most assessees.
Assessee with a total income of Rs. 5 Lakhs and above.
· Individual/HUF resident with assets located outside India.
An assessee required to furnish a report of audit specified under sections 10(23C) (IV), 10(23C) (v), 10(23C) (VI), 10(23C) (via), 10A, 12A (1) (b), 44AB, 80IA, 80IB, 80IC, 80ID, 80JJAA, 80LA, 92E or 115JB of the Act.
Assessee required to give a notice under Section 11(2) (a) to the assessing officer.
A firm (which does not come under the provisions of section 44AB), AOP, BOI, Artificial Juridical Person, Cooperative Society and Local Authority (ITR 5).
An assessee required to furnish returns U/S 139 (4B) (ITR 7).
A resident who has signing authority in any account located outside India.
· A person who claims relief under sections 90 or 90A or deductions under section 91.
· All companies.