Payment of Tax Through IDBI

The government of India has built an infrastructure to collect taxes online via Net Banking / Debit cards from selected banks. Taxpayers after filing their ITR on the Income Tax e-Filing platform will get a challan. Process the payment on the basis of the challan through TIN-NSDL. This not only helps in easing the Tax Collection process but also makes it quick and hassle-free. This article explains the online process of Payment of tax through IDBI.

Taxes in India are of two types:

Corporate Tax- It refers to as a direct tax imposed on corporate entities. The tax has to be paid on the income or capital invested in a company. Corporate tax can also be referred to as Company tax.

Income Tax- As the name suggests, its a tax on income earned. As per the Indian Constitution, income earned by Residents and income received/earned by Non-Residents in India is subjected to Income Tax. Individuals and other entities pay income tax.

Steps for Payment of Tax through IDBI

  1. Visit TIN-NSDL

    Visit the TIN-NSDL portal and hence, click on Services > e-Payment: Pay Taxes Online

  2. Select Challan as per Tax Liability

    Select the necessary challan as per your tax liability. Click on Proceed.
    Select the necessary challan by reading the following:

    TDS/TCS Section– Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) and Tax Collected at Source (TCS) section refers to as:
    Any tax collected while making any specified payments such as rent, commission, salary, interest, etc.
    Any tax collected by the seller at the time of sale
    If you have paid TDS or collected TCS then you need to look for challans under TDS/TCS Section

    Non-TDS/TCS Section- Challans that are not regarding TDS or TCS are found under Non- TDS/TCS Section. Any type of Tax that doesn’t involve TDS or TCS has to be paid by challans mentioned under the Non- TDS/TCS Section.

    Challan 280 of the Income Tax Department- Challan 280 is a much easy way to pay your advance tax, regular assessment tax, self-assessment tax, Surtax, etc. online in a few simple steps.  

  3. Enter the required details

    1. Type of Tax Applicable
    2. Type of Payment
    3. Mode of Payment (Net Banking or Debit Card)
    4. Select name of the Bank from a drop-down (IDBI)
    5. PAN Number
    6. Assessment year
    7. Address
    8. Email id
    9. Phone number
    Enter the captcha code and click on Proceed.

  4. Verify the details

    Your challan has been created. Verify the details inserted. Check the Tick box click on Submit to bank.

  5. IDBI Portal

    You will be redirected to the IDBI portal. Select the type of user and click on the mentioned link.

  6. Log in to the IDBI Account and verify Challan details

    Verify your Challan details and Payable amount. Click on Continue

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What is e-Payment of taxes?

The facility provides a platform for taxpayers to make income tax payments online. The transactions can happen using the Net-banking/Debit card mode of some selected Banks.

How can I pay my tax online?

e-Payment of your taxes can be done only through TIN-NSDL Portal only if:

a. You have a bank account with the Net-banking/Debit card of the selected Bank.
b. Your bank provides the e-payment facility.

After the conditions are fulfilled you can follow the above-mentioned steps to pay your Taxes online.

What if my bank doesn’t provide the e-Payment facility?

Well, in that case, you can do the e-Payment of your taxes from the account of any other person who has an account with the authorized bank having the online facility. However, make sure that on challan the mentioned PAN number belongs to you.

Compliance Portal: Responding to Filing of Income Tax Return

The ITD issues notice to identified persons for the non-filing of ITR on the compliance portal. The department uses an e-verification facility to narrow down the persons who are liable to file ITR but have yet to do it. Therefore, Compliance Portal helps the taxpayers and the department to identify cases of non-filing of return. The taxpayer must respond on the compliance portal as to the return has been filed or if it is in the process of filing.

Steps of submitting the ITR non-filing response on compliance portal

  1. Log in to the compliance portal with valid credentials.

    Next, click on the e-Verification tab.

  2. A list of identified cases would be listed.

    Choose one and click on View:

  3. Under the Response section.

    Select either one of the options from the drop-down.

  4. If you select “ITR has been filed” mention the following information:

    – Mode of Filing (paper or e-Filed).
    – Ward and City (if filed by paper).
    – Date of Filing.
    – Acknowledgment number.
    Enter remarks if any and click on Submit.

  5. If you select ‘ITR has not been filed’ then under the Reason section provide either response:

    – Return under preparation.
    – Not liable to file the return of Income.
    Finally, click on Submit.

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How will the taxpayer come to know about pending e-verification?

The compliance portal will have all issues related to e-verification issue. Additionally, Email and SMS will be sent to the taxpayer informing about the issue raised.

What action is required from me if I receive a communication from the Income Tax Department?

The taxpayer needs to log into the compliance portal to check the details of the issues generated. They must do this as soon as any form of communication has been received. Finally, they need to submit an adequate response to satisfy the issue.

What happens after submission of my online response on the Compliance Portal?

The responses submitted online by the taxpayers will be verified by the Income-tax department. Hence, if the response is satisfactory, the case will be closed. Additional queries are to be raised until the response received is satisfactory. However, adequate proceedings are initiated if the response is not satisfactory.

Payment of Tax through Axis Bank

The government of India has built an infrastructure to collect taxes online via net banking/ Debit cards from selected banks. Taxpayers after filing their ITR on the Income Tax e-Filing platform will get a challan. The payment has to be done on the basis of that challan through TIN-NSDL. This not only helps in easing the Tax Collection process but also makes it quick and hassle-free. Hence, in this article, we will be explaining the process of Payment of Tax through Axis.

Taxes in India are of two types:

Corporate Tax- It refers to a direct tax imposed on corporate entities. The tax is payable on the income or capital invested in a company. Corporate tax can also be referred to as Company tax.

Income Tax- As the name suggests, its a tax on income earned. As per the Indian Constitution, all income earned by Residents and income received/earned by Non-Residents in India are subjected to Income Tax. Income Tax is paid by individuals and other entities only.

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Steps for Payment of Tax through Axis

  1. Visit the TIN-NSDL portal

    Visit the TIN-NSDL portal and hence, click on Services > e-Payment: Pay Taxes Online option from the dashboard.

  2. Select the necessary Challan

    Select the necessary challan as per your tax liability. Thus, click on Proceed.
    TDS/TCS Section– Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) and Tax Collected at Source (TCS) section refers to as:

    1. Any tax collected while making any specified payments such as rent, commission, salary, interest, etc.
    2. Any tax collected by the seller at the time of sale
    If you have paid TDS or collected TCS then you need to look for challans under TDS/TCS Section.
    Non-TDS/TCS Section- Challans that are not regarding TDS or TCS are found under Non- TDS/TCS Section. Moreover, any type of Tax that doesn’t involve TDS or TCS has to be paid by challans mentioned under the Non- TDS/TCS Section.
    Challan 280 of the Income Tax Department- Challan 280 is a much easy way to pay your advance tax, regular assessment tax, self-assessment tax, Surtax, etc. online in a few simple steps.  

  3. Enter the required details

    Fill in the following details:

    1. Type of Tax Applicable
    2. Type of Payment
    3. Mode of Payment (Net Banking or Debit Card)
    4. Select name of the Bank from the drop-down (Axis)
    5. PAN Number
    6. Assessment year
    7. Address
    8. e-Mail ID
    9. Phone number
    Enter the captcha code and click on Proceed.

  4. Verify the details

    Your challan has been created. Therefore, verify the details inserted and check the Tick box click on Submit to the bank.

  5. Login to Axis Bank Portal

    You will be redirected to the Axis Bank portal. Login to your Axis bank account. Finally, verify all the challan details and payable amount. Click on Submit. The amount from your bank account will get deducted and the Tax Payment process is complete.

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What is e-Payment of taxes?

The facility that provides a platform for taxpayers to make income tax payments online. The transactions can happen using Net-banking/Debit card mode of some selected Banks.

How can I pay my tax online?

e-Payment of your taxes can be done only through TIN-NSDL Portal only if:
1. You have a bank account with the Net-banking/Debit card of the selected Bank.
2. Your bank provides the e-payment facility.
After the conditions are fulfilled you can follow the above-mentioned steps to pay your Taxes online.

What if my bank doesn’t provide the e-Payment facility?

Well, in that case, you can do the e-Payment of your taxes from the account of any other person who has an account with the authorized bank having the online facility. However, make sure that on challan the mentioned PAN number belongs to you.

Payment of Tax Through HDFC

The government of India has built an infrastructure to collect taxes online via net banking/ Debit cards from selected banks. Taxpayers after filing their ITR on the Income Tax e-Filing platform will get a challan. The payment has to be done on the basis of that challan through TIN-NSDL. This not only helps in easing the Tax Collection process but also makes it quick and hassle-free. This article explains the online process of Payment of tax through HDFC.

Taxes in India are of two types:

Corporate Tax- It refers to as a direct tax imposed on corporate entities. The tax has to be paid on the income or capital invested in a company. Corporate tax can also be referred to as Company tax.

Income Tax- As the name suggests, its a tax on income earned. As per the Indian Constitution, all income earned by Residents and income received/earned by Non-Residents in India is subjected to Income Tax. Income Tax is paid by individuals and other entities only.

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Steps for Payment of Tax through HDFC

  1. Visit the TIN-NSDL portal

    Visit the TIN-NSDL portal and click on Services > e-Payment: Pay Taxes Online

  2. Select Challan as per tax liability

    Select the necessary challan as per your tax liability. Click on Proceed.
    Select the necessary challan by reading the following:
    TDS/TCS Section– Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) and Tax Collected at Source (TCS) section refers to as:
    Any tax collected while making any specified payments such as rent, commission, salary, interest, etc.
    Any tax collected by the seller at the time of sale
    If you have paid TDS or collected TCS then you need to look for challans under TDS/TCS Section

    Non-TDS/TCS Section- Challans that are not regarding TDS or TCS are found under Non- TDS/TCS Section. Any type of Tax that doesn’t involve TDS or TCS has to be paid by challans mentioned under the Non- TDS/TCS Section.
    Challan 280 of the Income Tax Department- Challan 280 is a much easy way to pay your advance tax, regular assessment tax, self-assessment tax, Surtax, etc. online in a few simple steps.  

  3. Enter the required details

    1. Type of Tax Applicable
    2. Type of Payment
    3. Mode of Payment (Net Banking or Debit Card)
    4. Select name of the Bank from a drop-down (HDFC)
    5. PAN Number
    6. Assessment year
    7. Address
    8. Email id
    9. Phone number
    Enter the captcha code and click on Proceed.

  4. Verify the details

    Your challan has been created. Verify the details inserted. Check the Tick box click on Submit to bank.

  5. HDFC portal

    You will be redirected to the HDFC portal. Select the type of user and click on the mentioned link.

  6. Log in to the HDFC Account and verify Challan details

    Verify your Challan details and Payable amount. Click on Continue

.

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What is e-Payment of taxes?

The facility that provides a platform for taxpayers to make income tax payments online. The transactions can happen using Net-banking/Debit card mode of some selected Banks.

How can I pay my tax online?

e-Payment of your taxes can be done only through TIN-NSDL Portal only if:

You have a bank account with the Net-banking/Debit card of the selected Bank.
Your bank provides the e-payment facility.
After the conditions are fulfilled you can follow the above-mentioned steps to pay your Taxes online.

What if my bank doesn’t provide the e-Payment facility?

Well, in that case, you can do the e-Payment of your taxes from the account of any other person who has an account with the authorized bank having the online facility. However, make sure that on challan the mentioned PAN number belongs to you.

Payment of Tax Through ICICI

The government of India has built an infrastructure to collect taxes online via net banking/ Debit cards from selected banks. This article explains the payment of the tax process through ICICI net banking. Taxpayers after filing their ITR on the Income Tax e-Filing platform will get a challan. The payment has to be done on the basis of that challan through TIN-NSDL. This not only helps in easing the Tax Collection process but also makes it quick and hassle-free. Taxes in India are of two types:

Corporate Tax- It refers to as a direct tax imposed on corporate entities. The taxpayer pays the tax on the income or capital invested in a company. Corporate tax can also be referred to as Company tax.

Income Tax- As the name suggests, its a tax on income earned. As per the Indian Constitution, all income earned by Residents and income received/earned by Non-Residents in India is subjected to Income Tax. Income Tax is paid by individuals and other entities only.

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Steps for Payment of Tax through ICICI

  1. Visit the TIN-NSDL portal

    Visit the TIN-NSDL portal and Click on Services > e-Payment: Pay Taxes Online

  2. Select the Challan

    Hence, select the necessary challan as per your tax liability. Click on Proceed.

    Therefore, select the necessary challan by reading the following:

    TDS/TCS Section– Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) and Tax Collected at Source (TCS) section refers to as:
    Any tax collected while making any specified payments such as rent, commission, salary, interest, etc.
    Any tax collected by the seller at the time of sale
    If you have paid TDS or collected TCS then you need to look for challans under TDS/TCS Section
    Non-TDS/TCS Section- Challans that are not regarding TDS or TCS are found under Non- TDS/TCS Section. Any type of Tax that doesn’t involve TDS or TCS has to be paid by challans mentioned under the Non- TDS/TCS Section.
    Challan 280 of the Income Tax Department- Challan 280 is a much easy way to pay your advance tax, regular assessment tax, self-assessment tax, Surtax, etc. online in a few simple steps.  

  3. Enter the required details

    Furthermore, fill in the following details:
    1. Type of Tax Applicable
    2. Type of Payment
    3. Mode of Payment (Net Banking or Debit Card)
    4. Select the Bank from the drop-down given (ICICI)
    5. PAN Number
    6. Assessment year
    7. Address
    8. Email id
    9. Phone number
    Enter the captcha code and click on Proceed.

  4. Verify the details

    Thus, your challan has been created. Verify the details inserted. Check the Tick box click on Submit to the bank.

  5. Select mode of payment on ICICI Portal

    You will be redirected to ICICI Bank portal. Select the mode of payment.

  6. Enter the details

    Fill in your account number and total amount of payment. Click on Continue.

  7. Verify all the details

    The amount from your bank account will get deducted and Tax Payment process is complete.

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What is e-Payment of taxes?

The facility that provides a platform for taxpayers to make income tax payments online. The transactions can happen using Net-banking/Debit card mode of some selected Banks.

How can I pay my tax online?

e-Payment of your taxes can be done only through TIN-NSDL Portal only if:

1. You have a bank account with the Net-banking/Debit card of the selected Bank.
2. Your bank provides the e-payment facility.
After the conditions are fulfilled you can follow the above-mentioned steps to pay your Taxes online.

What if my bank doesn’t provide the e-Payment facility?

Well, in that case, you can do the e-Payment of your taxes from the account of any other person who has an account with the authorized bank having online facility. However, make sure that on challan the mentioned PAN number belongs to you.

Payment of Tax through SBI

The government of India has built an infrastructure to collect taxes online via net banking/ Debit cards from selected banks. This article explains the process of tax payment through SBI. Taxpayers after filing their ITR on the Income Tax e-Filing platform will get a challan. The payment has to be done on the basis of that challan through TIN-NSDL. This not only helps in easing the Tax Collection process but also makes it quick and hassle-free.

Taxes in India are of two types:

Corporate Tax- It refers to as a direct tax imposed on corporate entities. The tax has to be paid on the income or capital invested in a company. Corporate tax can also be referred to as Company tax.

Income Tax- As the name suggests, its a tax on income earned. As per the Indian Constitution, all income earned by Residents and income received/earned by Non-Residents in India is subjected to Income Tax. Income Tax is paid by individuals and other entities only.

Steps for Payment of Tax through SBI

  1. Visit the TIN-NSDL portal

    Visit the TIN-NSDL portal and click on Services > e-Payment: Pay Taxes Online

  2. Choose the appropriate Challan

    Select the necessary challan as per your tax liability. Click on Proceed. Select the necessary challan by reading the following:

    TDS/TCS Section– Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) and Tax Collected at Source (TCS) section refers to as:
    Any tax collected while making any specified payments such as rent, commission, salary, interest etc.
    Any tax collected by the seller at the time of sale
    If you have paid TDS or collected TCS then you need to look for challans under TDS/TCS Section
    Non- TDS/TCS Section- Challans that are not regarding TDS or TCS are found under Non- TDS/TCS Section. Any type of Tax that doesn’t involve TDS or TCS has to be paid by challans mentioned under the Non- TDS/TCS Section.
    Challan 280 of the Income Tax Department- Challan 280 is a much easy way to pay your advance tax, regular assessment tax, self-assessment tax, Surtax etc. online in few simple steps.  

  3. Enter the required details

    Fill in the following details:

    1. Type of Tax Applicable
    2. Type of Payment
    3. Mode of Payment (Net Banking or Debit Card)
    4. Select the name of the Bank from the drop-down (SBI)
    5. PAN Number
    6. Assessment year
    7. Address
    8. Email id
    9. Phone number

  4. Verify the details

    Your challan has been created. Verify the details inserted. Check the Tick box click on Submit to the bank.

  5. SBI Portal Redirection

    You will be redirected to the SBI portal. Click on Internet banking and submit.

  6. Log in to SBI account

    Therefore, log in to your SBI account by entering the valid credentials

  7. Enter required details

    Insert all the required details and payable tax amount.

  8. Verify the details

    Verify all the details in the challan

  9. Amount debited

    The amount will be debited from your account and your taxes are now paid.

FAQs

What is e-Payment of taxes?

The facility provides a platform for taxpayers to make income tax payments online. The transactions can happen using Net-banking/Debit card mode of some selected Banks.

How can I pay my tax online?

e-Payment of your taxes can be done only through TIN-NSDL Portal only if:

1. You have a bank account with the Net-banking/Debit card of the selected Bank.
2. Your bank provides the e-payment facility.
After the conditions are fulfilled you can follow the above-mentioned steps to pay your Taxes online.

What if my bank doesn’t provide the e-Payment facility?

Well, in that case, you can do the e-Payment of your taxes from the account of any other person who has an account with the authorized bank having the online facility. However, make sure that on challan the mentioned PAN number belongs to you.

ITR Documents : Income from other sources

Income from other source (IFOS) includes any income which is not taxed under the following Income heads:

  1. Salary Income
  2. Business and Profession income
  3. Capital gain Income
  4. House property Income

The Income From Other Source includes Bank Interests, Investment Interests, Dividend Income, Family Pension, Gifts, Royalty, etc.

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Document Checklist for Income From Other Source

PAN

Income Tax Department (ITD) issues Permanent Account Number (PAN). It is an alphanumeric ID of a taxpayer who is liable to pay taxes. PAN enables the department to link all transactions of the “Person” with his “Income”. Hence it is the most essential document while filing ITR.

Aadhaar

Aadhaar (Aadhaar Card) a 12 digit unique identification number issued by the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). It is mandatory for Resident Individuals to provide details of Aadhaar while filing ITR.

Form 26AS

Form 26AS is a consolidated Tax Credit Statement. It has the following details:

  • ​Details of TDS from the taxpayer’s income.
  • ​Details of TCS from taxpayer’s payments.
  • Advance Tax, Self Assessment Tax paid by the taxpayers.
  • Details of the Refund received during the year.
  • Details of any high-value transactions (for eg. Shares, Mutual Funds, etc.).

It is very important to check Form 26AS before e-filing the ITR. Since it has details of TDS deducted on Interest and Other Income by deductors.

31st July
ITR filing Due Date for taxpayers having Income From Other Source.
31st July
ITR filing Due Date for taxpayers having Income From Other Source.

Investment proofs

A taxpayer can claim the deduction of certain Investments and expenses while filing ITR. Investments proofs, Donation Receipts, Fixed Deposit Statement, etc are required to claim Chapter VI-A deductions. These investments reduce the net taxable income of a taxpayer.

Bank Statements

Bank Statement with IFOS transactions is an essential document to prepare ITR. It is important to look at bank statements to derive total income earned in the form of Interest, Dividend, Gift, etc.

FAQs

What is Income from other sources?

Income from other sources is a residual income that cannot be taxed under other heads. It includes income from a savings bank account, Fixed deposits, Post office savings, Family pension, etc. It also includes any monetary/non-monetary gifts received by an individual.

What is the tax treatment of dividends received from a foreign company?

Dividend received from an Indian company is exempt from tax. However, Dividend received from a foreign company is taxable as “Income from other sources”. And you need to pay taxes at rates based on the income slab you fall under.

I have won a lottery of Rs 2 lakhs. Is this taxable?

Yes. When any individual receives any kind of lottery or price money it is taxable. It is converted under IFOS.

I have received Rs. 1,00,000 in cash from my father as a wedding gift. Is it taxable?

No. Gifts received on a wedding occasion is exempt from tax. Hence Rs, 1,00,000 will be exempted from tax. However, you should report the same while filing ITR.

What are the documents required to file ITR?

Following are the documents required to file ITR:
-PAN
-Aadhaar
-Form 26AS
-Bank Account Details
-Tax Payment Challan
-Original Return (if filed)

e-Verify ITR using HDFC Net Banking

Completed e-Filing? Well, the process doesn’t end there. e-Verification is compulsory after e-filing. e-Verification should happen within 120 days of e-filing your ITR. Because ITR is only processed once it is e-verified by a taxpayer. You can e-verify ITR using your bank account. In this article, we will take a look at how to e-verify ITR using HDFC net banking services.

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e-Filing helps you file your income tax return quickly over the internet. And e-Verification is quicker and less tedious than sending your signed ITR-V to CPC, Banglore.

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Steps to e-Verify ITR using HDFC Net Banking

  1. Log into your HDFC net banking portal.

    By going to HDFC Site.

  2. Select “Request” option

    Select the Request option from the column on the left.

  3. Click on “Income tax e-filing

    Choose the Income Tax E-Filing option located on the left column of the page.

  4. Enter the required details

    Fill in your Name, Account Number, and PAN. Click on the checkbox. Then, Click on “Continue

  5. You will be redirected to the Income Tax e-filing portal.

    From the top bar select “My accounts > e-Verify ITR

  6. Click on “e-Verify“.

    A pop up will be displayed asking for your confirmation.

  7. Click on “Continue“.

    ITR will be e-verified.

  8. Download the acknowledgement attachment

    Your return is now successfully e-verified.

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FAQs

Is e-Verification of my ITR compulsory?

Indeed. Just filing your return doesn’t end the process. e-Verification after filing is compulsory. e-Verification has to happen within 120 days of e-filing.

I don’t have HDFC bank account how can I e-Verify?

If you don’t have an HDFC bank account you can use other bank accounts like HDFC, SBI, Kotak, ICICI, etc. A list of all the bank accounts is given on the Income-tax e-filing portal. Moreover, you can also e-Verify using  
– Aadhar OTP,
– Net banking,
– Bank account
– Demat account or
– DSC

What are the ways to e-Verify?

You can e-Verify your returns using
Aadhar OTP,
Net banking,
Bank account,
Demat account or
DSC.

What are the benefits of e-Verification?

First of all, by doing the e-Verification tax filer will not have to sign and submit the documents to the CPC office in Bangalore. Moreover, your returns will complete the procedure faster than compared to other means.

e-Verify ITR using SBI Net Banking

Completed e-filing? Well, the process doesn’t end there. e-Verification is compulsory after e-filing. e-Verification should happen within 120 days of e-filing your ITR. Because ITR is only processed once it is e-verified by a taxpayer. You can e-verify ITR using SBI net banking services.

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e-filing helps you file your income tax return quickly over the internet. And e-Verification is quicker and less tedious than sending your signed ITR-V to CPC, Banglore.

The due date to e-Verify the returned filed in the previous Assessment Years - 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 has been extended to the 30th September 2020
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The due date to e-Verify the returned filed in the previous Assessment Years - 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 has been extended to the 30th September 2020

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Steps to e-Verify ITR using SBI Net Banking

  1. Go to SBI Bank Site

    Log in to your SBI net banking portal.

  2. Navigate to Direct Taxes

    Select “e-Tax > Direct Taxes” from the top bar.

  3. Click on the Login option

    Select “Log in to e-filing/e-Verify” from the drop-down list.

  4. Enter the required details

    Fill in your account number, account type, and branch. Click on “Submit“.

  5. Enter your OTP

    A high transaction security password/OTP will be generated and sent to your registered mobile number.

  6. You will be redirected to the Income tax e-filing portal.

    From the top bar select “My accounts > e-Verify returns

  7. Click on “e-Verify“.

    A pop up will be displayed asking for your confirmation.

  8. Click on “Continue“.

    ITR will be e-verified.

  9. Download the acknowledgement attachment

    Your return is now successfully e-verified.

Track Your ITR Status
Check your Income Tax Return Status using the PAN and Acknowledgment number - which is allocated by the Income Tax Department after filing your ITR.
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Track Your ITR Status
Check your Income Tax Return Status using the PAN and Acknowledgment number - which is allocated by the Income Tax Department after filing your ITR.
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FAQs

Is e-Verification compulsory?

Indeed. Just filing your return doesn’t end the process. e-Verification after filing is compulsory. e-Verification has to happen within 120 days of e-filing.

I don’t have SBI bank account how can I e-Verify?

If you don’t have an HDFC bank account you can use other bank accounts like HDFC, Kotak, Axis, ICICI, etc. A list of all the bank accounts is given on the Income-tax e-filing portal. Moreover, you can also e-Verify using
– Aadhar OTP,
– Net banking,
– Bank account
– Demat account or
– DSC

What are the ways to e-Verify?

You can e-Verify your returns using
Aadhar OTP,
Net banking,
Bank account,
Demat account or
DSC.

What are the benefits of e-Verification?

First of all, by doing the e-Verification tax filer will not have to sign and submit the documents to the CPC office in Bangalore. Moreover, your returns will complete the procedure faster than compared to other means.

e-Verify ITR-V using Kotak Net Banking

Completed e-filing? Well, the process doesn’t end there. e-Verification is compulsory after e-filing. e-Verification should happen within 120 days of e-filing your ITR. Because ITR is only processed once it is e-verified by a taxpayer. You can e-Verify ITR using Kotak net banking service.

The due date to e-Verify the returned filed in the previous Assessment Years - 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 has been extended to the 30th September 2020
Tip
The due date to e-Verify the returned filed in the previous Assessment Years - 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19 and 2019-20 has been extended to the 30th September 2020

e-filing helps you file your income tax return quickly over the internet. And e-Verification is quicker and less tedious than sending your signed returns and documents to CPC, Banglore.

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Steps to e-Verify ITR-V using Kotak Net Banking

  1. Go to Kotak Bank Site

    Log in to your Kotak Net banking account

  2. Navigate to eTax

    Click on “More > eTax” from the dashboard.

  3. Choose the eTax option

    Select “e-filing (Income tax)” from the column on the left.

  4. Enter the required details if necessary

    Your details will get loaded automatically. If not so, manually fill in your Account no. and PAN. Click on “Submit“.

  5. You will be redirected to the Income Tax Department E-filing portal

    Click on “My Accounts > e-Verify Return” from the dashboard.

  6. Click on “e-Verify

    A pop up will be displayed asking for your confirmation.

  7. Click on “Continue

    ITR will be e-verified.

  8. Download the acknowledgement attachment

    Your return is now successfully e-verified.

Track Your ITR Status
Check your Income Tax Return Status using the PAN and Acknowledgment number - which is allocated by the Income Tax Department after filing your ITR.
Explore
Track Your ITR Status
Check your Income Tax Return Status using the PAN and Acknowledgment number - which is allocated by the Income Tax Department after filing your ITR.
Explore

FAQs

Is e-Verification of my ITR compulsory?

Indeed. Just filing your return doesn’t end the process. e-Verification after filing is compulsory. e-Verification has to happen within 120 days of e-filing.

I don’t have Kotak bank account how can I e-Verify?

If you don’t have Kotak bank account you can use other bank accounts like HDFC, SBI, Axis, ICICI, etc. Moreover, you can also e-Verify using  
Aadhar OTP,
Net banking,
Bank account
Demat account or
DSC

What are the ways to e-Verify?

You can e-Verify your returns using
Aadhar OTP,
Net banking,
Bank account,
Demat account or
DSC.

What are the benefits of e-Verification?

First of all, by doing the e-Verification tax filer will not have to sign and submit the documents to the CPC office in Bangalore. Moreover, your returns will complete the procedure faster than compared to other means.