The new e-filing portal was developed in order to facilitate increase tax compliance by providing various facilities for tax filing on the platform. Infosys had previously created the portal for GST payments and return filing. The meeting will also have members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, auditors and consultants in attendance. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has assured that Infosys will clarify the issues. The team will be provided inputs on the working of the portal from various stakeholders in the meeting.
The platform faces over 25 major bugs and glitches. The keys issues are:
The problems that need immediate fixing include login issues, delay in vivad se vishwas payments, inability to file Income Tax Returns, and PAN not shown as valid, sources told CNBC-TV18.
Past filing not unavailable
Portal not working
Charitable trusts and units unable to renew registration
New companies or firms unable to register themselves
Form 15CA, 15 CB for sending money abroad unavailable
Pending demands not reflecting
Accounts getting locked if one tries to login due to non-operation of site
PAN not shown as valid
Mismatch in PAN data shown when technically there is no mismatch
Unable to file ITR for FY 2020-21
Vivad se vishwas payments getting delayed
TDS filing of FY20-21 getting delayed
Assessment of FY2018-19
Delay leading to delay of For 16
Unable to file Equalisation levy Form 1
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