As you know from the previous article that it is the choice of the assesee to do e-Verification of Income Tax return. There are total six ways to do e-Verification of ITRs. Here is one of the way we will discuss in detail i.e. e-Verification of Income Tax Return Through Net Banking.
Net Banking is also known as internet banking, is an electronic system that allows customers of a bank to conduct a range of financial transaction through financial institution’s website. The customers can visit the website and enters the online banking facility using the customer’s number and credentials earlier set up. The types of financial transaction which a customer may transact through online banking are determined by the financial institution. It includes obtaining account balance, list of recent transaction, bill payment and fund transfer. Now days, banks are also providing E-verification of income tax return. All banks in India provide facility of net banking.
You can use your net banking account to e-verify your return. Here you can get step by step tutorial how to do e-Verification Income Tax Return.
Step 1: Login to your net banking account.
Step 4: You will be displayed a worded e-file your Income tax return or similarly worded page. If you have more than account in the same bank, choose the relevant one. Tick the Agree to terms tab and then click Submit.
Step 5: You will be directed straight to the Department website from here.
Step 9: A pop up will appear. Click on ‘Continue’ to generate EVC and get your income tax return verified.
Step 10: A confirmation message will be displayed with a transaction ID and EVC code. Click on the green button to download the attachment. This is for your record only. No further action is required.
- e-Verification through EVC (Mobile Number and e-mail) (Click here to Know More)
- e-Verification through Aadhaar OTP (Click here to Know More)
- e-Verification through Demat Account (Click here to Know More)
- e-Verification through Bank Account (Click here to Know More)
- e-Verification through Bank ATM (Click here to Know More)
- By sending Physical ITR-V (Click here to Know More)
About the Author
Arpit Goyal is pursuing CA and B.com & also working as an article assistant in Gurgaon. He has an immense interest in Taxation. He loves to use technology to spread knowledge about taxation & accounts.