Submit Form 15G/H

You can now submit Form 15G/H conveniently from the comfort of your home or office. Submit your Form 15G/H through Internet Banking or iMobile app and save Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) on term-deposit interest.

 

Form 15G/H are forms which customers can submit to make sure TDS is not deducted on income from interest, if the customer meets the applicable conditions. A Permanent Account Number (PAN) is mandatory for the customer in order to avail tax deduction by submitting Form 15G/H. ICICI Bank allows these forms to be submitted online through Internet Banking or iMobile app.

 

Ready reckoner for exemption limit (Refer to FAQs for more information)

Type of CustomerRemarksAgeForm TypeBasic Exemption Limit (₹)

Individual

Indian Resident

Below 60 years

15G

2,50,000

Senior Citizen (Individual)

Indian Resident

60 years and above at any time during the year but below the age of 80 years.

15H

3,00,000

Super Senior Citizen (Individual)

Indian Resident

80 years or above at any time during the year.

15H

5,00,000

Other than Individual (i.e. Trust, Association, Club, HUF and Society )

Indian Resident

Not Applicable

15G

2,50,000

Steps to submit Form 15G/H through iMobile app

    1. Log in to iMobile app
    2. Click on ‘Services & Aadhaar’
    3. Click on ‘Accounts Services’
    4. Select Form 15G/15H
    5. Fill in the necessary details and submit.

Steps to submit Form 15G/H through Internet Banking

    • Step 1. Log in to ICICI Bank Internet Banking with your User ID and Password
    • Step 2. Select Tax Centre under Payments and Transfer
    • Step 3. Click on update under Form 15G/H
    • Step 4. Fill in the necessary details as explained below:

 

Field NameWhat is to be entered in this fieldExample

Account Number

Select your account number

If your account number is <XX1234>, then select <XX1234> from the dropdown menu.

Status

In the case of an Individual customer, do not enter anything. In other cases, the applicable status is to be selected from the dropdown menu. If the customer has a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) account, then s/he has to select the status as ‘HUF’ from the dropdown menu. Follow the same process for Trust, Association and Club accounts.

Whether assessed was taxed/ is to be taxed under Income Tax Act 1961

1. Select ‘Yes’ for the three scenarios mentioned below:

a) Customer has filed the income tax returns in any of the last six years preceding the current year.

b) Customer’s income is above the taxable limit (i.e., basic exemption limit as mentioned in the table above) in any of the last six years preceding the current year.

c) Customer has been assessed to tax in any of the last six years preceding the current year.
If you have filed your income tax returns or your income was above the taxable limit or it has been assessed to tax from Assessment Year 2013 to 2018 — in any of these years or in all years — then select the field ‘Yes’

If your income is above taxable limit/ assessed to tax/ filed income tax return only for the Assessment Year 2016 and not for any other assessment years, select ‘Yes’.
2. Select ‘No’ if the customer has never filed income tax returns or his/ her income was not above the taxable limit or has never been assessed to tax in the last six years preceding the current year.
Latest assessment year for which assessed In case the answer to ‘Whether assessed to tax under Income Tax Act 1961’ is selected as ‘Yes’, then:

Select the latest assessment year in which you have filed your income tax returns or your income was above the taxable limit or has been assessed to tax.
You filed your income tax return for FY 2017 (Assessment Year 2018), then customer needs to select Assessment Year as 2018.

If you filed IT returns for FY 2016 (Assessment Year 2017) and FY 2017 (Assessment Year 2018), select Assessment Year as 2018 as the latest year.

Where the income above taxable limit has been assessed to tax, the selection of assessment year is similar.
In case the answer to ‘Whether assessed to tax under Income Tax Act 1961’ is selected as ‘No’, then there is no need to answer this question.

Estimated income earned on deposit(s)

Nothing to enter -> It shows the projected interest income, which the customer is going to earn in the financial year on all deposits held with ICICI Bank under all the linked Customer IDs.*  

Estimated total income including the estimated income earned on deposit(s)

Enter the total income from all the sources that you have or will earn during the financial year including the interest income shown in the ‘Estimated income earned on deposit(s)’ field. Your total annual income is Rs 2,40,000 from all sources (like interest on deposits with other bank, income received from other business or rent received). Also, you have 1/2/3 FD(s) with ICICI Bank for which the estimated income earned on deposit(s) is Rs 3,000. In that case, mention Rs 2,43,000 as the ‘Estimated Total Income including the estimated income earned on deposit(s)’.

Details of Form 15G/H other than this form filed during the current financial year

If you have submitted Form 15G/H during the current financial year, i.e. from April 01 of the current financial year till date, across all the banks, then mention the following:  

Number of forms filed

The total number of Forms 15G/H submitted so far, during the current financial year, across all the banks. You have two deposits with ABC Bank and one deposit with ICICI Bank, and have submitted one Form 15G/H for both deposits with ABC Bank on April 05, and now you are submitting for ICICI Bank Fixed Deposit, then mention the count of ‘Number of forms filed’ as 1.
In case you have not submitted any Form 15G/H, from April 01 till date, then the answer is ‘0’.

Aggregate amount

The estimated income earned on deposit(s) for which previous Form 15G/H has been submitted from April 01 till date. You have a deposit with ABC Bank, where the estimated interest income for the entire financial year is Rs 50,000. Now, you have opened a new deposit with ICICI Bank for which you are filing Form 15G/H. Then, mention Rs 50,000 as the aggregate amount.

 

*However, a separate form is to be filed for separate Customer ID.
For example, customer A has an account in his name with the Customer ID <XX1234> and another joint account with his wife Mrs B, or has another account in his own name, with the Customer ID <XX5678>. Here, customer A will have to submit two forms for both the Customer IDs, i.e., one for Customer ID <XX1234> and another for Customer ID <XX5678>.
  • Step 5. Click on ‘Submit’
  • Step 6. Recheck the details on the ‘Request Confirmation’ page and again click on ‘Submit’
  • Step 7. You can view the list of deposit accounts for which the form is generated and click on ‘Submit Form’ to finish the process
  • Step 8. You can download ‘Acknowledgement’.

Insta Banking Kiosk:

  • Log in using your debit card or Internet Banking credentials
  • Click on ‘Form 15G/H’
  • Select your account number and fill in the required details
  • Submit the request
  • Click here to locate the nearest Insta Banking kiosk branch.

So, log in to Internet Banking or iMobile app and experience the simplest and quickest way to submit Form 15G/H today.

 

Don’t have Internet Banking User ID/ Password?

 

 

This service is currently available on Android only.

 

Download the iMobile app on Google Play Store. Or SMS iMobile to <5676766> to get the download link.

Note: In case you hold only a Variable Recurring Deposit (VRD) (iWish account) or only a VRD account type is opened after the submission of Form 15G/H, you are requested to visit the branch for submitting Form 15G/H.