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How to Verify Your Income Tax Return (ITR) Offline Via ITR-V Form

Updated on: 20 Jun, 2024 02:58 PM

Verifying your income tax return (ITR) is the final step in the income tax return filing process. If you do not verify your ITR within 30 days of filing it, it will be considered invalid under income tax laws. In this guide, we have covered the process of verifying your income tax return offline ( ITR-V).

(Please note that ITR-V stands for ITR- Verification, and it is not the ITR-V form)

Step 1:
While filing your income tax return, you will see an option to “complete your verification” once you have submitted your tax return. In this step, you will have to select the third option, i.e., verify via ITR-V.

complete your verification>

Step 2:
Log in to your account again at

Step 3:
After logging in, click on the services tab> view filed return, and you will see a window with your details.

Log in to your account

Step 4:
Click on the download button


Step 5:
After downloading the form, get a printout and fill it completely, followed by signing it with blue ink. Send the form to the Bangalore office to complete your verification.

How to e-verify your ITR on Tax2win?

Once you’ve completed the ITR filing process on Tax2win, a pop-up will appear on your screen, reminding you to e-verify your return within 30 days. You can conveniently e-verify using a One-Time Password (OTP) sent to a mobile number linked to your Aadhaar, banking, or D-mat account. If you choose to e-verify your ITR later, you can do so through the dashboard.

Points to remember if you are sending ITR-V to verify your tax return.

  • The ITR-V is a one-page form that must be signed in blue ink. It must be sent either by regular post or by speed post. ITR-V cannot be couriered.
  • CPC Bangalore speed post address must be used to send the form: 'CPC, Post Box No - 1, Electronic City Post Office, Bangalore - 560100, Karnataka, India.'
  • You are not expected to send any supporting documents with your ITR-V.
  • There should be no signatures on the bar code.
  • The barcode and numbers below it should be clear.
  • Once the tax department receives your ITR, you will be notified via SMS on your registered mobile phone and email address.

This notification is only for the receipt of the ITR-V; the confirmation for the processing of the tax return is separate.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q- What if ITR is not verified?

An ITR filed but not verified is treated as an invalid return by the department.

Q- What if ITR is not verified within 30 days?

The time limit to E-verify the return is 30 Days. If you miss this date, your return will be considered invalid.

Q- What happens if ITR is not filed?

Taxpayers may get a notice from the Income Tax department.

Q- What is the penalty for late filing of ITR?

Penalty for late filing of Income Tax return u/s 234F is Rs. 5000 if income is above Rs. 500000/- otherwise Rs. 1000/-

Q- What is the due date to send ITR-V to CPC?

ITR-V needs to be sent to CPC within 30 days of filing the Return.

Q- How to get a duplicate ITR-V?

It can be downloaded by logging into the Income Tax Site.

Q- How can I change the email address mentioned in my ITR-V?

To change your email address, you need to log in to the income tax portal> my account>and edit the address > save>done.

Q- Should I send a photocopy of the duly signed ITR-V?

Yes, taxpayers need to send ITR-V to CPC.

CA Abhishek Soni
CA Abhishek Soni

Abhishek Soni is a Chartered Accountant by profession & entrepreneur by passion. He is the co-founder & CEO of Tax2win is amongst the top 25 emerging startups of Asia and authorized ERI by the Income Tax Department. In the past, he worked in EY and comes with wide industry experience from telecom, retail to manufacturing to entertainment where he has handled various national and international assignments.