How can I E-verify my Income Tax Return ?
After having successfully filed your income tax return, the next step is to verify it. The Income Tax Department starts processing your return, once it is verified. Refunds, if any, are processed for returns that have been submitted and verified.
TAXAJ recommends e-verifying your tax returns by using your Internet Banking Option. It is the easiest and the fastest way to verify your tax return.
Step-by-step guide to E-verification:
Step 2: Select the ‘View Returns/Forms’ option to see e-filed tax returns.
Step 3: Select the option ‘Click here to view your returns pending for e-verification’
Step 4. Select the option ‘e-verify’.
Step 5: When you click on e-verify, there is a list of modes through which you can generate an EVC.
Step 6: Upon successfully generating the EVC through the desired mode, enter the EVC and submit.
Step 7: 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.
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