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Post-Tax Deduction Notices: Taxpayers may receive notices from the Income Tax Department even after their taxes have been deducted. The department is gearing up to send notifications to a wide range of income taxpayers.

Preparation for Notice Dispatch: The Income Tax Department is actively preparing to dispatch notices to numerous income taxpayers in the upcoming days. This includes taxpayers whose taxes have already been deducted.

CBDT Chairman’s Statement: According to Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) Chairman Nitin Gupta, the department is taking measures to minimize tax-related disputes. Notices will be sent based on concrete information available with the department.

Budget Announcement on Tax Disputes: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, in the recent budget, introduced initiatives to reduce tax disputes. Outstanding tax demands up to Rs 25,000 until the financial year 2009-10 will be waived, benefiting around one crore taxpayers. Cases of tax arrears up to Rs 10,000 from 2010-11 to 2014-15 will also be settled.

Demand Management Center in Karnataka: The Income Tax Department has established a Demand Management Center in Mysore, Karnataka, specifically for tax disputes. Initially handling cases in Karnataka, the center now manages cases nationwide, focusing on disputes exceeding Rs 1 crore.

Recipients of Notices: The latest preparations by the Income Tax Department indicate that notices will be sent to taxpayers whose Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) has been deducted, but they have not filed their Income Tax Returns (ITR).

Deadline for ITR: The deadline for filing income tax returns for the assessment year 2023-24 expired on July 31, 2023. The subsequent deadline for submitting belated ITR was until December 31, 2023.

Monitoring High-Value Transactions: The Income Tax Department closely monitors transactions exceeding specified limits, including cash transactions. Noticeable areas of scrutiny include cash transactions in bank deposits, savings accounts, mutual funds, real estate, and credit card bill payments.

Cash Transaction Limits:

Bank Fixed Deposit: Cash deposits exceeding Rs 10 lakh may attract attention.

Real Estate Transactions: Property dealings involving cash transactions exceeding Rs 30 lakh may come under scrutiny.

Credit Card Bill Payments: Payments exceeding the credit card limit of Rs 1 lakh might lead to notices.

Mutual Fund/Share Market: Cash investments beyond Rs 10 lakh in shares, mutual funds, or debentures may be monitored.

Digital Transactions Encouraged: In the digital era, the government encourages digital transactions to enhance transparency. Large cash transactions may raise concerns and trigger Income Tax Department notices.

These updates highlight the Income Tax Department’s proactive measures to address tax-related matters and minimize disputes while encouraging compliance with digital transaction norms.

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