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This free efile.com tax calculator lets you select a tax income filing status and enter your W-2 and other income, tax deductions, tax credits, and other tax information. Based on this tax information you can calculate and estimate your tax refund or tax payments.

The efile.com tax calculator is based on IRS tax code, tax tables and tax rates and is subject to change without previous notification.

This tax software is a self-help tool for free independent usage. By using this tax calculator you agree that efile.com is not acting as your tax adviser. Furthermore you acknowledge, that efile.com does not guarantee the accuracy of this tax calculator nor its applicability in regards to your personal financial circumstances. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes. We encourage you to seek personalized advice from qualified professionals regarding all personal financial issues.

This tax calculator service is provided “as is,” without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation, any warranty for information, data or services.

Don t let your tax return take you by surprise! Estimate your taxes before you prepare your 2017 Tax Return. Find out if you will owe taxes or how much of a tax refund you will get in 2018. Estimating your taxes before you file your tax return is an essential part of tax planning, so start estimating now with the 2017 Tax Refund and Tax Return Calculator above.

How to Estimate Taxes with the 2018 Tax Calculator

To begin estimating your taxes with the tax calculator, select your filing status. Then click the blue “Next” button and choose your exemptions for yourself, your spouse, and your dependents. After you enter income information you can enter your tax deductions and tax credits. When you are finished in each section, go on to the next one.

You can track the estimate of your tax refund as you go; the amount of your tax refund (or amount due) is always displayed on the top right of the tax calculator.

The 2018 Tax Calculator will estimate your 2017 Tax Return and any tax refund you will receive in 2018. This calculator will be updated frequently as the IRS releases the latest figures for Tax Year 2017. Efile.com offers the use of this tax calculator free of charge. Please contact us if you have any comments or questions about the 2018 Tax Calculator.

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* Some of the deductions entered are applied to what would be your itemized deduction. The calculator will display the itemized deduction total if it is larger than the standard deduction.

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Income Tax efiling: Here s what you need to disclose now in tax return forms for Financial Year 2016-17

Amidst all the GST excitement and curiosity, there has been a lot of focus on ‘taxes’ in the past few months. Tax-related discussions seem to be the flavour of the season. The timing for this couldn’t be better – with 31st July as the personal Income-tax Return (ITR) filing deadline. The government is hoping for a better ITR filing compliance this year. However, for an individual tax payer, income tax efiling or filing an ITR can be a complicated process with all the detailed reporting requirements. To help you understand these requirements, below are a few important details that need to be provided in the ITR:

Reporting of bank accounts

Irrespective of the residential status, there is a mandatory requirement for taxpayers to report all bank accounts (whether savings or current) held by them in India at anytime during the period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 in the ITR for the Financial Year 2016-17.

However, details of any dormant bank account, i.e. an account which is not operational for more than 3 years, is not required to be reported in the ITR.

Until last year, non-resident taxpayers were not required to provide details of bank accounts outside India in the ITR. However, in the new ITR forms for the Financial Year 2016-17, there is a mandatory requirement to provide details of bank accounts held by non-resident taxpayers outside India if such non-resident taxpayers do not have Indian bank account.

Bank account-related details required to be provided in the ITR are IFSC Code of the bank (SWIFT/IBAN in case of foreign bank), name of the bank, account number and country of location (in case of foreign bank).

Tax payers are also required to indicate the bank account in which they would like to receive the tax refund if any from the department.

Cash deposited 9 November 2016 to 30 December 2016

Post demonetisation, as a follow up step towards greater tax transparency, taxpayers are required to report cash deposited in Indian bank accounts during the period of demonetisation (i.e. from 9 November 2016 to 30 December 2016). However, the said disclosure is required if the aggregate amount of cash deposited by the taxpayer during the period of demonetisation is Rs 2 lakh or more.

To further curb corruption and black money, income-tax authorities intend to create a single database for all its taxpayers. As a step forward, with effect from 1 July 2017, it is mandatory for all taxpayers who are eligible to obtain Aadhaar to report their 12 digit Aadhaar number in the ITR. Taxpayers who have applied for Aadhaar but have not been allotted the Aadhaar number till the ITR filing are required to quote 28 digit Aadhaar enrolment ID in the ITR.

Income-tax authorities have also made quoting of Aadhaar number mandatory while filing an application for allotment of Permanent Account Number (PAN).

Reporting of assets and liabilities (Schedule AL)

Taxpayers having total income of more than Rs 50 lakh have to report specified assets and corresponding liabilities held by them at the end of the year (i.e. 31 March 2017) in the ITR.

Until last year, the taxpayers were only required to disclose assets such as immovable properties, cash in hand, jewellery, vehicles etc. However, this year the income-tax authorities have widened the reporting requirements taxpayers are now also required to report assets such as bank accounts (including all deposits), archaeological collections, shares and securities, insurance policies, loan and advances given etc.

Such assets are required to be reported at the cost price of such assets to the taxpayer. However, where wealth-tax return was filed by the taxpayer and the asset was forming part of the wealth-tax return, such asset is required to be reported in Schedule AL of the ITR at the value such asset was reported in the latest wealth-tax return (in which the asset was disclosed) as increased by the cost of improvement incurred after such date.

Also, where asset became property of the taxpayer under a gift or will, the cost of such asset to be reported will be the cost for which the previous owner of the asset acquired it, as increased by the cost of improvement incurred by the previous owner or the taxpayer.

Reporting of foreign asset (Schedule FA)

Taxpayers who qualify as Resident and Ordinarily Resident (ROR) are taxable on their worldwide income in India. It is mandatory for the taxpayers qualifying as ROR to disclose assets held by them outside India anytime during the year in the ITR.

Foreign assets to be disclosed in the ITR include foreign bank accounts, immovable property, financial interest in any entity, other capital assets, etc. Taxpayers are also required to disclose the income from such assets along with its nature and the head of income under which the income has been offered to tax.

Also, under the Black Money (Undisclosed Foreign Income and Assets) and Imposition of Tax Act, 2015, for ROR taxpayers, huge penalties and other implications may be applicable for any under-reporting or non-reporting of foreign income or foreign assets. Thus, it is essential to report complete details of foreign income and foreign assets in the ITR to avoid such penal implications.

Hope the above information makes it easier to file your ITR this year.

(The author is senior tax professional, EY India. Views expressed are personal.)


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Forget that paper tax return! Electronic filing (efiling), online tax preparation and online payment of taxes are getting more popular every year. If you ve wondered about efiling, here are the answers to frequently asked questions, including why efiling is a good idea, which states let you efile, how much efiling costs, and how soon you ll receive your refund.

Why e-file?

Here are some reasons why electronic filing makes sense for most taxpayers:

  • Fewer mistakes Using tax software such as TurboTax substantially reduces errors. According to the IRS, 20 percent of income tax returns prepared on paper have mistakes, such as missing information or taxes calculated using the wrong tax tables; half of those errors cause folks to overpay their taxes. But only about 1 percent of returns prepared electronically contain errors. If there is a mistake on your return, the IRS can detect it and send back an error report in as few as 48 hours so that you can quickly fix the problem.
  • Speedier preparation You can get the job done a lot faster if you tackle it with your computer. Filing from your computer saves you the trip to the post office, too.
  • Faster refunds If you send in your return by mail, you can expect to wait up to six weeks for your refund. Efiling your return and electing to have your refund deposited directly into your bank account is the fastest way to get your tax refund. If, however, you still prefer to send the IRS a paper return, TurboTax gives you that option.

How will I know that the IRS has received my tax return?

Ever worry that your return might get lost in the mail? Efiling lets you rest easy. When you send a return by mail, you have no way of knowing if the IRS received your return unless you pay extra for certified mail with a return receipt. It could take weeks for you to get that receipt.

But if you file electronically, the IRS notifies you by email within 48 hours that it has received your return. And if the IRS detects any errors, it will send an error code that TurboTax will translate into a text message telling you what the problem is, how to fix it, and how to retransmit your return.

Can I avoid having to file anything on paper?

You can save more trees than ever using efile. You can now file a completely paperless return, right down to your signature. You can use a self-selected Personal Identification Number (PIN) just as you would at a bank ATM. The PIN is your electronic signature.

Can I efile my state tax return, too?

The following 37 states and the District of Columbia allow you to e-file your state return at the same time you file your federal tax return online from your personal computer. This is called the Federal/State E-file for Taxpayers program. Essentially, you send both returns to the IRS, and the IRS electronically forwards your state return to the tax authority in your state.


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Income Tax efiling can be done online through the Income Tax Website without any cost in 2 different ways:-

  1. Income Tax efiling by downloading the ITR Java utility or the ITR Excel Utility and furnishing details in the excel utility offline and then uploading it on Income Tax Website
  2. Income Tax efiling without downloading the Java Utility and furnishing all details online itself.

Procedure for Income Tax efiling using ITR Java Utility/ ITR Excel Utility

The Income Tax Department releases an updated income tax software for free every year for income tax efiling online. The Income Tax Software is released both in the form of Excel as well as Java Utility.

The Java Utility is a new type of utility and is much easier to file than the Excel Utility. Earlier, only the tax utility was released but now the Govt also releases a Java Utility which is much easier to file than the Excel Utility as it fetches a lot of details automatically and uploading the returns through the Java Utility is also much easier.

The following Article are the steps involved for Income Tax efiling by downloading the Java/ Excel Utility:-

  1. Logon to https://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in and select the Income Tax Return Form for your type of Income. There are various different Income Tax Return forms for different class of assessees. Recommended Read: Which Income Tax Form should you use?
  2. Download the ITR Java/ Excel Utility which pertains to your Income Tax Form and furnish all details in the ITR Java Utility and also cross check the same with the figures as mentioned in your Form 16/ Form 16A/ Form 16B and Form 26AS.
  3. After furnishing all details in the ITR Utility and validating the same, you can directly upload your Income Tax Return through the Java utility by logging in your account on the income tax website through the Java Utility itself. Alternatively, you may create a xml file of the Income Tax Return and then upload this file on the income tax website. (If you ve forgotten your income tax efiling password, refer this article on How to recover income tax efiling password).
  4. On successful upload of your income tax return, an Acknowledgement Details would be displayed. An ITR-V would also be automatically generated and sent to your registered email id.
  5. In case while efiling income tax return you used your Digitally Signatures to digitally sign the Income Tax Return Form, the whole process gets completed on generation of Acknowledgement .
  6. However, in case while efiling income tax return , you didnt use Digital Signatures , on successful uploading of e-Return, the ITR-V Form would be generated and sent to your registered email id. This ITR-V Acknowledgement form should be signed by the Tax Payer and sent to the Income Tax Office.
  7. From the Financial Year 2014-15 onwards, the govt has also extended the option of linking the Aadhar Card with the ITR Form. Once the Aadhar Card and the ITR Form have been linked, the taxpayer wont be required to physically send the ITR Form to the Income Tax Office even if he didn t use the Digital Signature to sign the form.

Procedure for Income Tax efiling without downloading the Excel Utility

Income Tax efiling can also be done without downloading the Income Tax Software and simply by furnishing all the details online. For efiling Income Tax Return without downloading the Java Utility, a person would be required to login to his account on https://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in and then go to e-File Income Tax Return Prepare and Submit Online

If the Income Tax Returns have not been Digitally Signed, the taxpayer would be required to take a print out of the ITR-V Acknowledgement Form, sign it and send it to the Income Tax Department

The Address for sending duly signed ITR-V form is “ Income Tax Department – CPC, Post Bag No 1, Electronic City Post Office, Bengaluru 560100, Karnataka ,” by ordinary post or speed post only, within 120 days of transmitting the data electronically. In case, Form ITR-V, is furnished after the end of 120 days from the date of filing of Income Tax Return , it will be deemed that the return in respect of which the Form ITR-V has been filed was never furnished and it shall be incumbent on the Tax Payer to electronically re-transmit the data and follow it up by submitting the new Form ITR-V within 120 days. This completes the income tax efiling process for non-digitally signed Returns.

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Other Relevant points regarding Income Tax efiling

  1. The Self Assessment Tax computed as per the Income Tax Slabs (after deducting the TDS and Advance Tax paid) is required to be fully paid before filing the Income Tax Return. (Recommended Read: Income Tax Slab Rates).
  2. In case excess tax is paid by the taxpayers, he can claim a refund of income tax by disclosing all facts in the income tax return. (Procedure for claiming Income Tax Refund)
  3. The due date for Income Tax efiling is 31st July of the Assessment Year for taxpayers not required to get their Tax Audit done. For all taxpayers who are required to get their Tax Audit done, the Due Date is 30th September . (Category of Taxpayers who are required to get Tax Audit done by a Chartered Accountant)
  4. If a taxpayer is unable to file the income tax return before the income tax filing due date, he may file a Belated Income Tax Return along with Interest and/or Penalty.
  5. In case any error is recognised in the income tax return by the taxpayer himself, he may file a Revised Return of Income u/s 139(5) before the expiry of 1 year from the end of the relevant assessment year or before the completion of assessment (whichever is earlier).
  6. There are several other softwares of private vendors which are authorised by the Income Tax Deptt for Income Tax efiling online.

In case of any query with respect to income tax efiling, please post them on Chartered Club Q A Portal and we would be happy to answer.

Karan is CA by Qualification with the rare distinction of being awarded All India Rank 22. He is also the founder of this website and loves to help people with their Tax Queries.

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    Annual Income Tax Return for Individuals Earning Purely Compensation Income (Including Non-Business/Non-Profession Income)

    This return shall be filed by every resident citizen deriving compensation income from all sources, or resident alien and non-resident citizen with respect to compensation income from within the Philippines, except the following:

    1. An individual whose gross compensation income does not exceed his total personal and additional exemptions.

    2. An individual with respect to pure compensation income, as defined in Section 32(A)(1) derived from sources within the Philippines, the income tax on which has been correctly withheld (tax due equals tax withheld) under the provisions of Section 79 of the Code: Provided, that an individual deriving compensation concurrently from two or more employers at any time during the taxable year shall file an income tax return.

    3. An individual whose income has been subjected to final withholding tax (alien employee as well as Filipino employee occupying the same position as that of the alien employee of regional or area headquarters and regional operating headquarters of multinational companies, petroleum service contractors and sub-contractors, and offshore banking units; non-resident alien not engaged in trade or business).

    4. A minimum wage earner or an individual who is exempt from income tax.

    This return is filed on or before April 15 of each year covering income for the preceding taxable year.

    Annual Income Tax Return for Self-Employed Individuals, Estates and Trusts

    BIR Form No. 1701 shall be filed by individuals who are engaged in trade/business or the practice of profession including those with mixed income (i.e., those engaged in the trade/business or profession who are also earning compensation income) in accordance with Sec. 51 of the Code, as amended. The annual income tax return summarizes all the transactions covering the calendar year of the taxpayer.

    This return shall be filed by the following individuals regardless of amount of gross income:

    1. A resident citizen engaged in trade, business, or practice of profession within and without the Philippines.

    2. A resident alien, non-resident citizen or non-resident alien individual engaged in trade, business or practice of profession within the Philippines.

    3. A trustee of a trust, guardian of a minor, executor/administrator of an estate, or any person acting in any fiduciary capacity for any person, where such trust, estate, minor, or person is engaged in trade or business.

    4. An individual engaged in trade or business or in the exercise of their profession and receiving compensation income as well.

    This return is filed on or before April 15 of each year covering income for the preceding taxable year.

    BIR Form No. 1701Q

    This return shall be filed in triplicate by the following individuals regardless of amount of gross income:

    1) A resident citizen engaged in trade, business, or practice of profession within and without the Philippines.

    2) A resident alien, non-resident citizen or non-resident alien individual engaged in trade, business or practice of profession within the Philippines.

    3) A trustee of a trust, guardian of a minor, executor/administrator of an estate, or any person acting in any fiduciary capacity for any person, where such trust, estate, minor, or person is engaged in trade or business.


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It has almost become a ritual for people to delay filing their income tax returns till the last date and for the government to extend the same due to popular demand . However, the long queues that used to be another annual feature of the tax filing week has become a thing of the past due to the growing popularity of income tax e-filing.

The incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in has made it really easy for people to file their returns from the comfort of their homes. But remember to do so by August 5, the extended deadline for filing your income tax returns. Assessees in Jammu and Kashmir have till August 31 to file.

With the whole of this week left for people to finish this process, we tell you how to file your tax online.

Step 1: Select the right form: You have to select the form based on your source of incomes. So ITR-1 is for salaried individuals whose get a salary or a pension along with income from a house/property or from other sources, things like lottery. This is not for those with multiple houses/properties, income from winning a lottery, agricultural income of above Rs 5000, income from business. Tax payers filing for double tax relief should also not use this.

ITR-2A, introduced this year, is for those individuals who have income from more than one house property. ITR-2 can be used by individuals with no income from business/profession. ITR-3 is for individuals partnering in a firm, but not for those earning income from a proprietorship form. ITR-4 is for those individual earning income from a proprietorship firm. ITR-5 and 6 are for use by companies alone.

Step 2: Get your Form 16 ready: This form given by your employer shows your saving as well as the tax deducted. There will be multiple forms if you have changed jobs over the assessment year/

Step 3: Additional documents: You might need your bank statements, interest certificates, and your housing loan certificate (in case of housing loan).

Step 4: Download Form 26AS from the e-filing website to see which taxes are deducted at source

Step 5: Filing/uploading: Individuals with over Rs 5,00,000 income have to e-file their tax returns. You will get an automatic acknowledgement once the return is successfully uploaded. Verify this and submit the acknowledgement online, ideally with e-verification. This completes the process of filing your income-tax return.


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Income tax returnWelcome to the Canadian Tax Return Calculator. Before you get started we suggest that, if you are new to the Canadian Tax Calculator, you read through the below information.

You can hide this introduction if you prefer, simply click on the red cross [ ] located at the top right of this page. You can view the Introduction at anytime after hiding by refreshing your browser. Tip: The F5 key on your keyboard is a shortcut key to refresh your browser.

It will only take you a minute or so to read through and understand exactly how to quickly make the most of this free tax application, associated tax tools and built in tax calculators (T-Slips, Tax Schedules, Federal / Province Worksheets etc.).

Making your tax returns quick, simple and free

The Canadian Tax Return Calculator a free online tax calculator application which has been designed to make your tax return:

  1. Free – We do not charge you anything for using our online Tax Calculator to complete your return. We are passionate about what we do but we need your feedback to help us deliver the right tax application that meets your needs. In return for delivering this free tax calculation tool, we only ask that if you spot a bug, typo or error you contact us so we can rectify the issue so you and others have an improved solution.
  2. As simple and accurate as possible – Our Tax Calculations follow a few simple rules:
    1. Use similar wording and layouts as found in traditional Federal and Province tax forms, tax worksheets and tax guides.
    2. Provide simplified outputs for ease of reading and understanding.
    3. Provide Graphical representations and Charts to visualise and simply tax analysis.
    4. Where appropriate, provide in line calculators (sub calculators if you like) to allow the calculation of specific line items without searching for the associated tax forms, tax worksheets and or guides.
  3. Quick – relevant information and calculations / calculators are grouped into user friendly views.
  4. Compliant – A full audit of your inputs by tax line number and associated calculated outputs by tax line number.

Getting started with your Tax Return using the Canadian Tax Calculator

The Canadian Tax Return Calculator is as simple or advanced as you want it to be. The tax return calculators and calculations are intelligently linked to provide default refundable and non-refundable tax credits. This means that tax metrics are correctly applied where you use a specific tax calculator or tax category. In very simple terms, this means that you can enter your total income and select your province for an instant tax calculation.

Alternatively, you can use the Advanced Tax Return Calculator functionality by entering your specific earnings and deductable elements for family, employment and physical well-being.

When using the advanced tax calculator, you will notice that you are presented with specific categories. These categories contain specailised sub tax calculators which are integrated into the overall tax calculator, all the magic happens behind the scenes but it’s worth knowing this so you can get the most out of each tax calculation. For example:

  1. Select ‘Income’ from the list of tax category buttons. Income tax return
  2. Income tax returnYou will now see the Total income field and, adjacent to the filed, a red calculator keyboard icon. You have two options:
    1. Type in or use the up/down buttons on the filed or the up/down buttons on your keyboard to manually enter your total income (Maybe you already calculated this manually using the Total income Section of form T1 General 5000-R).
    2. Alternatively, you can click on the red calculator keyboard icon. This will then display a sub tax calculator which will allow you to calculate your total income and update the relevant fields and details in all other associated tax form elements (as all our tax calculators are dynamically linked to make your tax return easier to complete)

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How to Estimate Taxes with the 2018 Tax Calculator

To begin estimating your taxes with the tax calculator, select your filing status. Then click the blue “Next” button and choose your exemptions for yourself, your spouse, and your dependents. After you enter income information you can enter your tax deductions and tax credits. When you are finished in each section, go on to the next one.

You can track the estimate of your tax refund as you go; the amount of your tax refund (or amount due) is always displayed on the top right of the tax calculator.

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