How to E verify ITR in 8 Easy Simple Steps

How to E verify ITR

Instead of sending ITR-V to CPC, Bengaluru, just use any of these simple methods to e- Verify your ITR quickly

It’s Quick, Convenient and Eco-friendly

We are going to learn how to e verify ITR in Easy Steps. Just follow the below steps and your ITR will be e-verified.

E-Verification through Aadhar OTP:

1.Login to e-Filing Portal

How to E verify ITR

2.Click on “e-File” Tab and Select “Income Tax Return” from the drop down

3.Select the “Assessment Year”, “ITR Form Name” and “Submission Mode” and click “Continue”

4.Select Verification mode as “Aadhaar OTP”

5.Submit your Return/Upload the XML

6.Click “Generate Aadhaar OTP”. OTP will be sent to mobile number registered with Aadhaar and is valid for 30 minutes from the time of generation of OTP

7.Enter the OTP and click “Submit”

8.ITR Verification Complete

Note: Your Aadhaar Should be linked with PAN

Also Read: Understand Capital Gains Tax In India In 2020

E-Verification Using Other Modes:

1.Login to your account.

2.Click on My Account as shown below:

How to E verify ITR

3.Click on E-verify return

How to E verify ITR

4.If you have any pending returns for e-verification,then those will be shown here.Otherwise it will show no pending returns for verification.

How to E verify ITR

5.If you have any pending returns for e-verification,then click on e-verify and you will find below screen.

How to E verify ITR

Also Read: One-time relaxation for Verification of tax returns Now you can E-verify your ITR till 30th Sept,2020.

6.After these,follow below steps:

1.How to e verify ITR Using Net Banking

  • Login to Net Banking A/c
  • Click the “e-Filing” link
  • You will be redirected to e-Filing Portal
  • Click on “e-File” Tab and Select“Income Tax Return” from the drop down
  • Select the “Assessment Year”, “ITR For Name” & “Submission Mode” & click “Continue”
  • Submit your Return/ Upload the XML
  • ITR Verification Complete

2.How to e verify ITR Using Bank Account

  • Login to e-Filing Portal
  • Select “Profile Settings” & pre- validate your bank account
  • Click on “e-File” Tab and Select “Income Tax Return” from the drop down
  • Select the “Assessment Year”, “ITR Form Name” & “Submission Mode” & click “Continue”
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  • Select Verification mode as “EVC using pre- validated bank account”
  • EVC will be sent to the mobile number registered with bank account and is valid for 72 Hours from the time of generation of OTP
  • Submit your Return/ Upload the XML
  • Enter the EVC on e-Filing Portal
  • ITR Verification Complete

3.How to e verify ITR Using Demat Account

  • Login to e-Filing Portal
  • Select “Profile Settings” & pre-validate your demat account
  • Click on “e-File” Tab and Select “Income Tax Return” from the drop down
  • Select the “Assessment Year”, “ITR Form Name” and “Submission Mode” and click “Continue”
  • Select Verification mode as “EVC using pre- validated demat account”
  • EVC will be sent to the mobile number registered with demat account and is valid for 72 Hours from the time of generation of OTP
  • Submit your Return/ Upload the XML
  • Enter the EVC
  • ITR Verification Complete

4.How to e verify ITR Using Bank ATM

  • Swipe your ATM card at your Bank ATM
  • Select “PIN for e-Filing”
  • EVC will be sent to the mobile number registered with bank account and is valid for 72 Hours from the time of generation of OTP
  • Login to e-Filing Portal
  • Click on “e-File” Tab and Select “Income Tax Return” from the drop down
  • Select the “Assessment Year”, “ITR Form Name” and “Submission Mode” and click “Continue”
  • Select Verification mode as “Already generated EVC through Bank ATM”
  • Submit your Return/ Upload the XML
  • Enter the EVC on e-Filing Portal
  • ITR Verification Complete

Note: E-verification using Bank ATM can be done through Selected Banks only.

I hope you now understood “How to e verify ITR”.

Also Read: Know the Sources of Section 80C where you can invest to reduce your Taxable Income.

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