How to file a rectification for a Demand Note?

POSTED BY finnaive ON August 26, 2013 5:31 am COMMENTS (9)

Hi all

Recently I received a demand note of some amount towards AY 12-13. However the amount was already by me in 2012 during self-assessment. I contacted the CPC Bangalore, they said I need to file a rectification, with the Challan details of the self-assessment payment challan

 

 

Which options should I select in the website while doing the rectification?

Which option should I select here from the Rectification Request Type dropdown

1) Taxpayer is correcting data for tax credit mismatch only

2) Taxpayer is correcting data in rectification

3) No further data correction required

Appreciate if anyone can help.

Thanks

Finnaive

9 replies on this article “How to file a rectification for a Demand Note?”

  1. Dear Finnaive, please contact dear Manish at his personal mail id manish@jagoinvestor.com & demand my mail id. He ‘ll help you to reach me. As per forum policy, I can not provide my mail id to you directly.

    thanks

    Ashal

  2. Dear Finnaive, can you contact me personally over my personal mail id?

    thanks

    Ashal

    1. finnaive says:

      Dear Ashal
      I couldnt find your email ID from your profile. How do I contact?

      Regards
      Finnaive

  3. finnaive says:

    Dear Ashal
    I am not able to reach that CA who helped me, tried thru emails /phones – but not reachable..Also I am currently not in India.

    When I contacted the CPC, they just mentioned online rectification.
    What do you suggest?

    regards
    finnaive

  4. Dear Finnaive, why are you not contacting the same CA to do it for you (Rectification)?

    Thanks

    Ashal

  5. finnaive says:

    Dear Ashal
    Thank you. Do I have to file a return again ??
    I have no idea on how to do it, last year I had taken CA help to file my returns.
    Is a simple rectification not enough for this situation? When I talked to CPC, they mentioned I need to rectify it online, they never mentioned about revised returns.

    Kindly help

    Thanks
    Finnaive

  6. Dear Finnaive, please file the revised return. In the return fill the details of the notice sent to you & file your ITR uder section 143(1).

    Thanks

    Ashal

  7. finnaive says:

    Dear Ashal
    Thanks for your reply.

    The demand note was sent under section 143(1). The demand note also mentions the same outstanding amount under pre-paid taxes -> self assessment tax.
    In this case also, should it be Taxpayer is correcting data in rectification or, the other option of Taxpayer is correcting data for tax credit mismatch only.

    Kindly help.

    Regards
    Finnaive

  8. Dear Finnaive, it’s option 1, taxpayer is correcting DATA for Tax credit mismatch.

    Thanks

    Ashal

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