The Ministry of Finance has introduced an Integrated Tax Administration System (ITAS).
The overall objectives of ITAS is to improve service delivery to taxpayers. The system provides many online benefits such as 24/7 real time access to a taxpayer tax account, taxpayer self-service facility, online filing of tax returns, single view of taxpayer’s account and, accelerated processing of tax forms which real-time notification on outcome.
Who should register as an e-filer? All registered taxpayers and representatives.
In order to optimize the benefits of ITAS, we encourage all Taxpayers to register as e-filers and utilise the ITAS portal to its full potential. Click on the link below to download the ITAS Registration Guide.How to register on ITAS
Not sure how to use ITAS? Click on the link below to download the ITAS User Manual for guidelines on:
Click on the link below to download the ITAS Income Tax Return Guide, for the steps to complete Income Tax Return for Salaried Person/Pensioner/Other IndividualsIncome Tax Return Guide
Download the ITAS Portal Return Status guide, outlining the various statuses found on ITAS and what they mean.ITAS Portal Return Status Guide
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