Tax liability on interest from Savings Account

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Can anyone please clarify if we need to pay tax on the interest earned of Savings accounts also, besides on the FD accounts.

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Please clarify again the following :
If income of wife and husband are combined in the IT return of the husband, then can we show the TDS deducted for both wife and husband accounts in their respective PAN Cards in the IT Form of the husband in schedule  TDS2  and the combination of income details of PAN Card of wife in schedule SPI.
Or we have to ask for refund of wife's TDS by filing the return and pay the same tax in the IT filed by husband.

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Madhu & Ramesh Suri




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For the AY 2011-12, the belated return can be filed up to two years from the end of financial year. Make sure form 26AS shows these deductions before returns are filed. Yes, returns can only be filed after 31st march till new forms are available. more  
1. Thanks Uttam. You have been a great help.This clarifies the matter. Last year my IT Return was filed taking into account her TDS also in my return, and i was told that we need not file any return for her, as her income is nil.
2. I'll do as suggested for the AY 2012-13 and part of this year also. But for the year 2011-12 the time is over, I think. I could ask for refund only if I filed her return till 31st July2012. Right? or is there any other way for getting the refund if the IT Return has not been filed before 31st July?
3. And I shall go and ask the bank to stop deducting TDS by filing Form 15. Can we file a return before the financial year is over ans ask for refund, or it has to be filed after the AY is over in April ?

With best wishes
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Suriji, why is this happening need to be investigated, contact bank officials and get this resolved for future. If there is no income for your wife and TDS is being done, file a return asap and claim refund, there is a time limit. If all the docs are in place, just file. more  
Thanks Uttam, for the clarification. I had filed it last year showing TDS on her account also in my ITR. I suppose I have to file it again with only my TDS and pay the extra tax. As I did not file her return last year I cannot ask for refund but should do so this year and ask refund since all TDS is being shown as her TDS but income is being shown under my name.
Right ?

Ramesh Suri
IIT Delhi
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