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Easy & Simple Steps to e-Verify ITR V Using HDFC Net Banking

Updated on: 03 Aug, 2022 04:42 PM

Step by Step procedure for e-verification of Income Tax Return
ITR verification process is one by which an individual authenticate the details which were furnished by him during return filing.Only after the verification shall the ITR be processed further by the Income Tax Department. There are both online and offline methods of ITR verification. Here, we are providing you a stepwise guide following which you can verify your ITR using HDFC Net Banking.

Important: e-verify your income tax return within 30 days, else your return will be considered as not filed.

Step 1: Login to your account at the income tax e-filing website.

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Step 2: Once you logged in After that, navigate to the “e file” Then hover into the “Income Tax Return” The select option “e-Verify Return” option.

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Step 3: Now you’ll see the list of ITR(s) filed as shown in the screen below for the different assessment years. Here click on the “e-Verify” button.

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Step 4: Here, from the options, select Option 2. A box will appear & here select “EVC - Through Net Banking”.

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You will be redirected to the screen where all the banks approved by Income Tax Department for e-verification of ITR through Net Banking will be shown. From here, click on “HDFC Bank”.


Step 5: Once you select the Net Banking option, the steps for e verification using net banking will be shown. Go through them & after that click on the “Continue” button.

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Step 6: At the HDFC Bank login page, enter your User ID/ Customer ID & Password. After this click on the Login button.

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Step 7: On the dashboard page, click on the Enquiries button at the left hand side.

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Step 8: Now Navigate to the request section and click on the IT return and tax filing.

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Under the heading ‘Enquire’, you will find the ‘Income Tax E-Filing’ option, select it. After this, select relevant accounts (if you have multiple) from the drop-down lists & accept the T&C. Click on the “Continue” button & then “Confirm” the details.


Step 9: On successful login, you will be taken to the e-filing dashboard. Go to the respective ITR form/Services and click e-verify. Your ITR/Form/ Service will be e-verified successfully.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q- How do I get my EVC number?

  • Login into your bank account on the bank's website.
  • Select the e-verify option from the ‘Tax’ button.
  • The user will be redirected to the e-filing website of the IT Department.
  • He can click on the ‘Generate EVC’ option from the ‘My Account’ tab.
  • A 10 digit alphanumeric code will be sent to your email and mobile number which is valid for 72 hours.

Q- What happens if ITR V is not submitted within 30 days?

If you fail to submit ITR V within 30 days your e-filing is considered null. It will be considered that you have not filed your return yet.


Q- How can I check my ITR V Acknowledgement?

1. Visit the Income-tax India website and log in.
2. Select the ‘View return’ option.
3. Click on ‘Acknowledge number’ to download ITR V.


Q- How do I pre-validate a bank account?

1. Go to the income tax website https://www.incometax.gov.in and log into your account.
2. Click on ‘Profile Settings’ and select ‘Prevalidate your bank account’ option.


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.in. 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.

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