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Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) in India are required to file their income tax returns annually. This comprehensive guide provides in-depth information on how to file LLP income tax returns, the last date for filing, required documents, the benefits of filing, who should file, how to file, and more. ANBIFM Tax Consultants offer expert services for LLPs, ensuring seamless compliance with tax regulations.

Last Date for Filing LLP Income Tax Return

The due date for filing LLP income tax returns in India is typically on or before the 31st of July every year. However, the specific deadline may vary and is subject to any extensions granted by the government.

Documents Required for LLP Income Tax Return

To file an LLP income tax return, you’ll need various documents, including:

  1. LLP Incorporation Certificate
  2. PAN Card of the LLP
  3. Income and Expenditure Statements
  4. Balance Sheet
  5. Profit and Loss Account
  6. Bank Statements
  7. Tax Audit Reports (if applicable)
  8. Details of Partners and Their Income Share

Filing LLP Income Tax Return: Form 11 or MCA Annual Return

LLPs can choose to file their income tax returns using either Form 11 or through the MCA (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) Annual Return. Form 11 is specifically meant for income tax purposes, while the MCA Annual Return includes various other compliance requirements.

Checklist for Filing LLP Income Tax Return

Before filing your LLP income tax return, consider this checklist:

  • Ensure all financial statements are accurate and up to date.
  • Verify that all partners’ PANs are correctly mentioned.
  • Check for any tax audit requirements based on your LLP’s turnover.
  • Maintain supporting documents for any claims or deductions.

Benefits of Filing LLP Income Tax Return

  • Legal Compliance: Filing LLP income tax returns is mandatory and ensures legal compliance.
  • Carry Forward Losses: Losses can be carried forward to set off against future profits.
  • Bank Loan Approval: Lenders often require tax returns for loan approval.
  • Avoid Penalties: Timely filing helps avoid penalties and legal issues.

Who Should File LLP Income Tax Return

Every registered LLP in India must file an income tax return. The LLP’s income, profits, and losses must be reported for taxation purposes.

How to File LLP Income Tax Return

The process involves preparing financial statements, calculating taxable income, and filling out the appropriate forms. ANBIFM Tax Consultants offer professional assistance to ensure accurate and timely filing.

Income Tax Slab for Senior Citizens Above 60 Years

Senior citizens (aged 60 or above) in India have different income tax slabs. It’s important to understand these to determine the tax liability correctly.

  • Income up to ₹3,00,000: No tax.
  • Income between ₹3,00,001 and ₹5,00,000: 5% tax.
  • Income between ₹5,00,001 and ₹10,00,000: 20% tax.
  • Income above ₹10,00,000: 30% tax.

Penalties for Late Filing

Late filing of LLP income tax returns can result in penalties. The penalty depends on the delay period and the LLP’s turnover.

Audit Requirements: FORM 10BD

Certain LLPs may need to undergo a tax audit as mandated by the Income Tax Act. FORM 10BD is used to report these audit findings.

Benefits of Def (80D) and Its Types

Deductions under section 80D provide benefits for health insurance premiums. There are deductions for individuals, families, and senior citizens, reducing the taxable income.

Why Should You File LLP Income Tax Return?

Filing an LLP income tax return is essential for several reasons:

  • Legal compliance
  • Carry forward losses
  • Loan approval
  • Avoiding penalties

Understanding Different ITR Forms

LLPs need to select the appropriate ITR form for filing their income tax returns. Each form is designed for specific types of income, so understanding the right one is crucial.

  • ITR-3: For individuals and HUFs with income from a business or profession.
  • ITR-5: For LLPs and Association of Persons (AOPs).
  • ITR-6: For companies (excluding companies claiming exemption under section 11).
  • ITR-7: For entities, including charitable trusts.


Filing LLP income tax returns is a critical financial responsibility for LLPs in India. It ensures legal compliance, allows for tax benefits, and avoids penalties. ANBIFM Tax Consultants are here to simplify the process and offer expert services to help your LLP meet its income tax obligations accurately and efficiently. For professional guidance or assistance, reach out to ANBIFM Tax Consultants today.


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Is filing ITR for LLP mandatory?

Every LLP is required to submit an annual income tax return. The due date for an LLP return is always July 31. Nonetheless, any LLP that is the subject of a tax examination must submit its income tax return by September 30.

The LLPs’ fiscal year runs from April 1 through March 31, however it begins on April 1. The statement of accounts and solvency is due on October 30 of each financial year, while the annual return for LLPs is due on May 30.

Every LLP must submit an Annual Report on Form 11 to the Registrar within 60 days after the end of the fiscal year, or by May 30 of each year.

Any LLP that is registered in India is required to file an annual tax return. On the income tax website, you can download ITR Form 5. An online form is used to submit the LLP’s income tax return. The income tax filing process requires a digital signature from an authorised partner.

  • A private limited company or a non-listed corporation may transfer a capital asset or intangible asset to a limited liability partnership (LLP) without it being viewed as a transfer
  • Specific rules that apply if a Private Limited Company or Nonlisted Corporation becomes an LLP.

The statement of accounts and solvency should be provided within the financial years midpoint of 30 days. The annual return has to be submitted within 60 days of the financial year’s end.

There is a ₹100 per day fine for failure to file LLP Form 8. Each LLP must submit LLP Form 11 by May 30 of each fiscal year in addition to LLP Form 8.
Note: Via ANBIFM, you may file your LLP annual return (LLP Forms 8 and 11) and income tax return (ITR-5) at affordable pricing.

An employee must complete Form 11 PF, a self-declaration form that covers their EPF history, when they first join a company. Also, the PF account can be automatically transferred using it.

Registered users on the e-Filing portal and through accessing the offline tool can pre-fill and file ITR-4 forms. Individual taxpayers, HUFs, and firms (other than LLPs) can use this service to submit their ITR-4 tax returns online through the e-Filing portal.