ITR filing : These banks can make the ITR filing process easier, here is the complete list

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ITR filing : These banks can make the ITR filing process easier, here is the complete list
ITR filing : These banks can make the ITR filing process easier, here is the complete list

E-verification is necessary after filing ITR. For this, the Income Tax Department gives you the facility to make payment through e-pay tax service along with counter and net banking option. Now 25 banks are available on e-pay tax service for making tax payment. Here is the list of all those banks.

The last date for filing ITR is 31st July. By now you must have received Form 16 from your company so that you can file your ITR before the deadline and you can also get adequate refund as soon as possible. But before that it is necessary to pre-validate your bank account. If you want a refund for any additional tax payment, then this work is even more important for you.

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Form 16 is one of the most important documents for filing ITR for the salaried class. It is an annual certificate issued by the company. At the same time, it is also necessary to do e-verification after filing ITR. For this, the Income Tax Department has now enabled e-pay tax service with counter and net banking options. Now 25 banks are available on e-pay tax service for making tax payments.

List of banks for tax payment

1) Axis Bank

2) Bank of Baroda

3) Bank of India

4) Bank of Maharashtra

5) Canara Bank

6) Central Bank of India

7) City Union Bank

8) DCB Bank

9) Federal Bank

10) HDFC Bank

11) ICICI Bank

12) IDBI Bank

13) Indian Bank

14) Indian Overseas Bank

15) Indusind Bank New Bank

16) Jammu and Kashmir Bank

17) Karur Vysya Bank

18) Kotak Mahindra Bank

19) Punjab National Bank

20) Punjab & Sind Bank

21) RBL Bank

22) State Bank of India

23) South Indian Bank

24) UCO Bank

25) Union Bank

Be careful while filing ITR

Taxpayers should file their ITR carefully and properly and avoid some common mistakes such as forgetting to verify their ITR, and selecting the wrong assessment year.

It is necessary to verify ITR

Forgetting to verify your income tax return while filing it is a common tax filing mistake. Often, taxpayers realise this mistake only when they receive a notice from the Income Tax. Correcting this mistake can be time consuming and costly as well. Currently, taxpayers have 30 days to verify the ITR form after submitting it.

Apart from this, many taxpayers are also confused about assessment year and financial year. This should also be filled carefully. Remember that assessment year always comes after financial year. For current tax filing, you have to choose assessment year 2023-24.

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