The new e-filing portal of the Income Tax Department www.incometax.gov.in was introduced on June 7. Common income tax payers can also use this tax portal to file their annual returns.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman (Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman) Infosys on Tuesday (Infosys) Told that the flaws coming in the new portal of Income Tax Department should be removed immediately. On the other hand, the major company in the software sector assured that five technical glitches, including viewing the previous ITR, increasing the electronic-process, are expected to be resolved within a week. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman with the officials of Infosys regarding the working of the new portal, the new income tax e-filing portal (Income Tax E-Filing Portal) A review meeting was held regarding the technical problems being faced in it. The portal was released on June 7 and has been facing technical issues since then.
In over 700 emails received in the last few days by various stakeholders, the Finance Ministry had pointed out more than 2,000 deficiencies in the new portal. In these, 90 problems related to the new portal were specifically mentioned. The new e-portal of the Income Tax Department has been prepared by Infosys. Along with Sitharaman, Minister of State for Finance Anurag Thakur, Revenue Secretary Tarun Bajaj, CBDT Chairman Jagannath Mohapatra and other senior officials of the Finance Ministry were also present in the meeting. During this, point-wise discussions were held with the officials of Infosys regarding the problems being faced in the new Income Tax e-portal.
According to an official statement issued after the meeting, the Finance Minister asked Infosys to make the income tax portal more practical and simple. Sitaraman expressed deep concern about the various problems being faced by the users in the new portal. He said that the portal should give better experience to the taxpayers. During the meeting, Infosys CEO Salil Parekh and Chief Operating Officer Pravin Rao along with other officials of the company took note of the issues raised by various stakeholders. Accepting the technical issues coming in the working of the portal, he apprised about the efforts being made to solve them and the latest status.
Convinced the government about technical issues
Infosys assured the government about the remaining technical issues that their team is working on it and informed about the possible deadline for completion of the work. Besides representatives of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and All India Federation of Tax Practitioners (AIFTP), 10 tax professionals also participated in the meeting.
This new portal of the Income Tax Department was started on June 7 but since that day many flaws have come to the fore. It is taking more login time, problem in issuance of OTP for Aadhaar verification and Income Tax returns of previous years are also not available in it. In a statement issued after the meeting, ICAI said that it has been asked to continue to provide necessary information and support to CBDT and Infosys for speedy resolution of the issues in this regard.
The new e-filing portal of the Income Tax Department was introduced on June
The new e-filing portal of the Income Tax Department www.incometax.gov.in was introduced on June 7. Common income tax payers can also use this tax portal to file their annual returns. In this, the return can be filed in the assessment year 2021-22 for the income earned in the financial year 2020-21. The last date for filing returns for individual income tax payers is September 30. Earlier in the annual general meeting of Infosys, top company executives on Saturday said they are working on resolving the issues and have found success in some cases.
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