Millions of taxpayers filing electronic I-T returns will soon get relief from sending by post the mandatory paper verification form (ITR V- Acknowledgement) as the CBDT has decided to soon stop this practice.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), administrative authority of the Income Tax department, will now instead introduce electronic verification of these online returns.

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0 responses to “Soon, you may not have to post acknowledgement of ITR to Bangalore”

  1. venkat says:

    we can check in the fililng web page whether the itr has been received. or they can just confirm that ITR forms have bben received and it is ok.
    I have another problem did anybody try to PRINT filled forms for tax payers records. I coould not. any solution

  2. subbaro says:

    They may validate the return by sending one time password to Mail / mobile to authenticate the information

  3. SHABBIR says:

    They can do online verification in the following ways :-

    1. A new user profile section me introduced first in the efiling website where they can feed secret question and its answer.

    2. After generation of ITR V, the efiling website should asked the user the secret question and the user has to answer it.

    3. After correct detail is enter a code be sent to the user mobile registered with the efiling administrator.

    4. User will enter the code as appeared in his/her mobile and only thereafter the verification is completed and ITR V be sent to the Bengaluru.

    5. In this way, the online verification is just like you are making online payment for your credit card or home bills…

  4. MANDEEP SINGH says:

    I think digital signature should be applicable to all assessees

  5. CA Kedar Gokhale says:

    How will they do on line verification ?

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