Get to know How To View Filed Returns on iTax today. Learn how you can view your filed KRA Returns online quickly and easily.
In this article, I am going to share to share with you the steps that are involved in viewing of your filed KRA Returns on iTax.
Viewing of filed KRA Returns is important as this will ensure that you have been tax compliant and have filed all your returns on the iTax portal. Sometimes you might need to confirm and be sure that you already filed your returns on iTax.
How To View Filed Returns on iTax
Step 1: Access iTax portal at https://itax.kra.go.ke/KRA-Portal/
The first step will be accessing the iTax portal using the provided link above.
Step 2: Enter your KRA PIN and iTax Password
In this step, you will be required to enter your KRA PIN and iTax password. This is as shown below.
Once you have entered your KRA PIN and iTax password plus answered the arithmetic question, click on the log in button.
Step 3: Click on the Returns tab then View Filed Returns
In this step, you will be required to click on the returns tab then click on View Filed Returns. This is as shown below.
Step 4: Consult e-Returns
This is the stage whereby you consult the e-Returns i.e to view the filed returns on your iTax account. The most important field to select here is the Tax Obligation field since we are viewing filed KRA Returns for an individual (Income Tax Resident Individual). This is as shown below.
Once you have selected the tax obligation, click on the Consult button.
Step 5: View Filed KRA Returns
This is the last step whereby you will be able to see all your filed returns on iTax. In our case, we can see all the filed returns for the years 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018. This is as shown below.
And that is how you can view your filed KRA returns on iTax in 5 simple and easy steps. Feel free to share this guide online today.
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