New AIS feature enhances Income Tax Confirmation Process


The Annual Information Statement (AIS) now has a useful feature added by the Income Tax Department that lets taxpayers see the confirmation state of their financial data. The goal of this change is to make tax filing more open and accurate.

Understanding the Annual Information Statement (AIS)

The American Income Statement (AIS) is a detailed record of all of a taxpayer’s financial transactions during the tax year. It includes information from many sources, such as banks and mutual funds. According to the Income Tax Department, it gives a thorough picture of a person’s business activities.

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New Feature Explained

  • Confirmed: This state means that the tax department has checked the information carefully and agreed with it. Entries that are marked as “Confirmed” are thought to be correct, and the taxpayer does not need to do anything else about them.
  • Partially Accepted: This state means that some parts of the information have been checked out and approved, but other parts may still need more information or clarification. Taxpayers should carefully read over these records to see what other information might be needed to fully settle any problems.
  • Rejected: It means that the tax office has not accepted the information. These records need to be fixed, and taxpayers are responsible for updating or changing the wrong information. People who owe money on taxes should take care of these mistakes right away to avoid problems with their tax returns.
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How to Accessing AIS?

The compliance page on the e-filing website ( lets all registered income taxpayers get to their AIS. Taxpayers can look over and make changes to their recorded financial transactions here.

What are the Benefits for Taxpayers?


  • Taxpayers can now directly check that the financial information the tax office has on file about them is correct.
  • This makes it easier to check that the data used for tax estimates and assessments is correct, which lowers the chance of mistakes.
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Proactive Correction:

  • With the updated AIS, taxpayers can find mistakes in their financial records and fix them before they happen.
  • Taxpayers can avoid problems during the tax scoring process by taking care of these issues before they file their tax returns.

Reduced Workload:

  • When you have better knowledge and can make changes ahead of time, it’s much less likely that the tax department will ask questions or do an audit.
  • This makes it easier to file taxes and also makes things easier for both taxpayers and tax officials in terms of paperwork.
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More About Annual Information Statement (AIS)

India’s Income Tax Department created the Annual Information Statement (AIS), which is a better version of Form 26AS and shows a lot more about a taxpayer’s financial transactions. AIS has extra data like interest, dividends, trades in securities, and purchases of mutual funds. It makes voluntary cooperation easier and makes sure that taxes are clear. You can get to the statement through the Income Tax Department’s e-filing site. Taxpayers can give feedback if there are problems. AIS is updated often to include the most recent information from financial companies. It uses information from property and share deals to accurately figure out tax liabilities. This helps keep income tax returns as error-free as possible.

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