How to file Tax-Audit revise return

Income Tax || How to file Tax-Audit revise return

Step 1: Navigate to "Audit"  "Tax Audit" and select "New 3CD W.E.F 20/08/2018".

      

Step 2: Enter the accurate data for the revised tax audit submission.

Step 3: Choose either 3CB-CD or 3CA-CD and select the corresponding JSON option.

      

Step 4: Opt for "NO" when asked → Do you want to generate Audit JSON Original or Revised Return.

      

Step 5: After generating the JSON, proceed to upload it.

Step 6: Finally, submit the revised audit return by clicking on the appropriate option.
 
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