Government is looking to further\u00a0simplify Income Tax return forms to help taxpayers fill them\u00a0without seeking help from experts and the Revenue Department\u00a0has set up a committee in this regard. The Committee, according to sources, will be headed by a\u00a0Joint Secretary level officer and would include chartered\u00a0accountants and tax experts. "The tax department is trying to further simplify the\u00a0return form so that no outside help is needed by those who\u00a0want to file returns on their own," a source told PTI. The effort would be to come out with a simple formula for\u00a0indexation to help assessees compute capital gains on sale of\u00a0assets, the source added. "The Committee would also look into the possibility of\u00a0reducing the number of pages in the return form," the source\u00a0said. The Income Tax department had in June come out with a\u00a0simplified tax return form for salaried class. Filers now have\u00a0to disclose the total number of savings and the current bank\u00a0accounts held by them at any time during the previous year\u00a0(excluding dormant accounts). The form also has space to fill up the IFSC code of the\u00a0bank and in an additional feature, tax filers have been given\u00a0an option to indicate their bank accounts in which they would\u00a0want their refund credited. The ITR also has sought the\u00a0Aadhaar number of filers. The tax department had come out with simplified ITR after\u00a0experts raised objections to the 14 page form which was\u00a0notified earlier in the year. The earlier form sought details of bank accounts and\u00a0foreign visits and following controversy, the Revenue\u00a0Department announced putting them on hold.