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Home > Income Tax > Service Plans > Income Tax Notice Handling Service PlanLast Updated: Feb 14th 2024

Income Tax Notice Handling Service Plan & Pricing


  • Expert assisted Income tax notice handling for individuals, business.
  • Expert support through Email, phone & chat during the business hours.

Who should buy?

  • Any individual or firms or companies need to respond the notice from ITD.


  • Upon receiving the Notice information (eMail from ITD, PDF or scanned Notice Copy) our experts will call you before starting the process.
  • Expert team will exchange the information thru email and phone calls, if necessary.
  • Team will send you the response draft or action plan for further review.
  • Once confirmed, team will submit the response, and send you the Acknowledgement.
  • Team will follow up the status of submitted response.
  • Estimated Processing Time: 2 days, depends on complexity. (Resolution / Response from ITD may take long time).

Documents to be Submitted

  • PAN Card Copy or related information.
  • Aadhaar Number.
  • Full Address or Aadhaar Copy.
  • e-mail ID & Mobile Number.
  • Bank Account Number & IFSC Code.
  • Income Tax Login Credentials.
  • Notice Received.
  • Bank Statement.
  • Other Support Documents Related to Notice .

Other Benefits

Every Service comes with the benefits such as

  • e-File & PDF Report
  • e-Verification Assistance
  • Post Service Follow up

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Notice Handling
Starts from Rs. 995
Actual Price  Rs.  1199 (  -17% Offer ) Use Discount Code A277074

Covers Notices u/s 139(9), 143(1), 156 and others. Read, Review, prepare the notice response.

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A comprehensive list of frequently asked questions.

1. What are the reasons for getting an Income Tax Notice?

A taxpayer can receive income tax notice on various circumstances. Following are the some of the reasons to get an Income Tax Notice.

  • Mismatch between Income Tax Return and Form 26AS
  • Mismatch between Income Tax return and AIS, TIS
  • Claiming High Deductions which are not in Form 16
  • Claiming High Refund or Losses
  • Non-Disclosure of Foreign Income or Foreign Assets
  • Cash Deposits in a Savings account
  • Non Filing of Income Tax Returns
2. What are the different types of notices issues by Income Tax Department?

The following are the different types of notices issues by Income Tax Department.

  • Section 143(1)(a) : It is the communication sent by Income tax department for proposed adjustment if there are any arithmetical issues or inconsistencies in Income tax Return
  • For Example, Claiming 80GG and HRA at the same time in Income tax return

  • 139(9) : It is a defective notice sent by Income tax department when there is a difference between ITR and Form 26AS
  • E Campaign Notice : It is a reminder type notice sent by Income tax department that the AIS report is not matching with ITR
  • Section 143(2) : It is a scrutiny notice sent by Income tax department when Assessing officer feels that the ITR filed is not proper
  • Section 148 : It is a notice given if the assessing officer feels that the certain income has escaped assessment
3. What is the time limit given by Income tax department to respond to notices?

Generally Income Tax Department gives 30 days time for most of the notices to respond but in case of Scrutiny or Income escapement assessment notices, time limit will be mentioned on the notice.

4. Is Intimation under section 143(1) is also a notice ?

Section 143(1) is an intimation from the Income tax department whether the Income tax return filed is processed with refund or due. If it is processed with refund, there is no action pending. If it is processed with demand, then there is a action pending.

Disclaimer: This article provides an overview and general guidance, not exhaustive for brevity. Please refer Income Tax Act, GST Act, Companies Act and other tax compliance acts, Rules, and Notifications for details.