After e-filing ITR: ITR-V,Receipt Status,Intimation u/s 143(1)

We often consider filing of the tax return is the end of the whole story. But picture abhi baki hai mere dost. There is misconception that once the tax return has been filed electronically, work is over until the next tax return filing deadline. One has to send ITR-V if income tax returns are filed online without digitial signature, get acknowledgement of Reciept of ITR-V from Central Processing Centre (CPC) Bangalore, then wait for intimation from Income Tax Department under section 143(1). This article covers these in detail.

Sending ITR-V

On-line filing can be done with or without digital signature. But, for those filing it without using the digital signature, it is mandatory to submit the ITR-V form generated on-line, to the income tax officials at Bangalore, within 120 days of filing of the return. The process of return filing is complete then.
ITR-V stands for Income Tax Return–Verification , sample form is shown below.
  •  ITR-V is generated when you file your I-T return online—without using a digital signature.It is a one page document, pdf file.
  • You also receive it as an acknowledgement email from the Income Tax Department in your inbox, after you file your return electronically. 
  • They can also download the ITR-V from the https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in website from My account ->My Return after login into it
  • This ITR-V also contains the acknowledgement number of electronic transmission and the date of the transmission as an evidence of filing for the benefit of the assessee.
  • The password of ITR V is your PAN number in lower case, followed by your date of birth in DDMMYYYY format , for example for Mr Sharma with PAN number AJSPD8693E and date of birth as 20-Mar-1976 the password would be ajspd9693ed20031976
  • ITR-V should be printed in dark black ink and clear to read.
  • You have to sign the copy of the ITR-V in blue ink .Your signature should not be on bar code of the Form. Bar code and numbers below the bar code should be clearly seen.
  •  In case the return was prepared by a Tax Return Preparer (TRP), the particulars of TRP be also filled and this verification form be countersigned by the TRP.
  • You do not need to send any supporting documents along with the ITR-V. Just the one page signed ITR-V.
  • Do not use stapler on the Form ITR-V. Do not fold this signed ITR-V.
  • Enclose the same in an A-4 size white envelope. Send the envelope to the CPC through speed post or ordinary post within 120 days from the date of filing. You cannot courier the ITR-V.
  • Inside a single envelope, you can send several ITR-V forms.
  • The envelope should be send to Income Tax Department CPC Post Box No.1, Electronic City Post Office, Bangalore-560100, Karnataka. You cannot submit ITR-V  anywhere else in India

Picture below shows empty ITR-V form. (Click on image to enlarge)

ITR-V

ITR-V (Click to enlarge)

Remember, if you miss submitting your ITR-V within 120 days, your e-filing will be considered invalid. It will be considered that you have not yet filed your return. You then have to file a revised return, get a new ITR-V and submit the same within 120 days.  So far Income Tax Department has been extending the last  date for submission of ITRV but don’t procrastinate or postpone sending your return.

Recently Ministry of Finance has proposed a new way of submitting income tax e-returns for those who file on-line income tax returns without any digital signature.Please note that this is just a proposal till now and it would not be applicable for this assessment year 2013-14 in any way. SUBMISSION OF ITR V IS MANDATORY FOR E-FILING IT RETURN FY 2012-13 (AY 2013-14)

Acknowledgement from CPC

Upon receipt of ITR-V, Central Processing Centre (CPC) Bangalore dispatches an email acknowledgement. It should reach within a month of sending ITR-V to Bangalore. You can check the status of whether ITR-V is received by CPC or not in following ways:
  • The e-mail from CPC is sent to the email ID mentioned in the ITR.  If you don’t get the acknowledgement, check you SPAM folder.
  • By filling details of your PAN and assessment year or by filling the e-filing acknowledgement number on the ITR-V Receipt Status tab under Services section on the e-fling website as shown in picture below.
  • It is also available on the income-tax web site,  https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in, you can login in your account and check Views and Forms under the tab My Account
  • You can also call the CPC call centre number 1800-4250-0025 (from 9am to 8pm) to enquire about the status of e-filing.
ITR-V Reciept status

ITR-V Reciept status

 Processing of Income Tax Return

After the income tax return is processed another mail is sent to the assessee, which is called Intimation under section (u/s) 143(1). The intimation under section 143(1) is sent by the IT Department in response to tax return filed by the tax payers. The intimation as the name suggests intimates the tax payer about, any tax and interest payable or if the assessee is eligible for refunds after providing all the necessary adjustments relating to tax deducted at source, advance tax paid, any tax paid on self – assessment or any other amount in the nature of tax or interest.

  • These intimations will be received through email to the Email address provided in filing income tax returns online and would also be sent by Post
  • The intimation shall be sent before the expiry of one year from the end of the assessment year in which the income was assessable. So Intimation for FY 2012-13 or AY 2013-14 will be sent by
  • Intimation letter is protected with password. To open document, enter your PAN No (In small letters) and Date of Birth/ Date of Incorporation in ddmmyyyy format.

It states any difference between the amount of Income, Deductions and Income Tax Payable, and TDS or Income Tax paid as stated by you in your return with respect to that computed by your Income Tax Officer u/s 143(1).If you look at the notice you will see that there are two columns: 
a) As provided by taxpayer in return of Income and 
b) As computed under section 143(1).

If there is no difference in both columns i.e details provided by the taxpayer and as verified by the Income Tax department match, then this notice will serve as final assessment of the return with nothing to be done on part of the taxpayer.

If tax paid is less than what is computed by Income tax department then this intimation becomes Notice of Demand u/s 156. For example, if Income as disclosed by taxpayer is Rs 6,00,000 but the department computes his income as Rs. 6,50,000, then there will be shortfall of tax paid. If he feel that computations by Income Tax Department are correct then he will have to pay such tax If he thinks that the demand is wrong then he must prove his case with necessary procedures.

If the tax paid is more than the income computed by the department then such intimation will have a refund and such refund will be granted to the taxpayer. Refund will either be sent by cheque or credited into the bank account mentioned in Income Tax Return.

This Intimation u/s 143(1) should be treated as completion of assessment income tax returns for the year unless there is tax due from the tax payer.

Keeping Income Tax Records

Even if your income tax returns are processed successfully you need to keep all the paper work. Since legal proceedings under the income tax act can be initiated up to six years prior to the current financial year, you must maintain Income tax related documents at least seven years. Our article Paper Work A Necessary Headache discuses it in detail. The records that you need to keep are

  • Form 16, Form 12 B
  • Filed returns
  • Tax paid
  • Tax deducted at Source (TDS),Form 16A, 
  • Tax exemption documents,
  • Bank account statements
  • Gift deed
  • Intimations from Income Tax Department (Soft copy email etc) and hardcopy.
Related Articles :

Be watchful of emails, letters and notices received from the Income tax Department and respond to them within the requisite time. Mails from Income Tax Department comes from email id intimations@cpc.gov.in 

64 Responses to After e-filing ITR: ITR-V,Receipt Status,Intimation u/s 143(1)

  1. Niraja says:

    Received intimation demand 143(1) for FY 2013-14. Efiled returns and made payment of self assessed tax of 11380 via IDBI Bank on 1st Aug 2014. This amount paid is not reflecting in the Intimation. What do I have to do now. I have the Bank’s challan copy as well.

  2. Vishal says:

    A friend of mine filed an ITR for me and for year 2014-15 and i got an sms to send the proof before 31st July. My ITR was filed on 02-08-2014, can I send the same one or Ive to file a new one now. If yes, please help me in filing a new one. I’m completely confused. Thanks in advance.

  3. utsav shah says:

    I FILED RECTIFICATION REQUEST & THAT GENERATE THE NEW ACKNOWLEDGEMENT NUMBER IT DOES NOT SHOW NEW ITR-V & CAN I SEND NEW ACK TO BENGALURU IN CASE OF ONLINE RECTIFICATION?? PLEASE HELP

  4. ANIRUDH says:

    I have Recieved ITR-V for Assesment Year 2013-14 but forgot to Send it to CPC Bangalore.I am eligible for Refund for this period.

    Can i POST same ITR-V to CPC Bangalore now and claim my Refund?.If not could you please suggest the steps to get my Refund Amount

    Thanks

    • Kirti says:

      Sir when dud you file your returns for AY 2013-14?
      After successful filing of your Return – you are required to send your ITR-V to CPC Bangalore. ITR-V has to be sent within 120days of your e-filing.
      Unfortunately, unless you send your ITR-V, the department does not consider your return as filed. Therefore, in the eyes of the Income Tax Department no return has been filed.

      • Anirudh says:

        Thanks for Reply.
        Can i refile again now and send ITR to CPC Bangalore

        • bemoneyaware says:

          Can you verify that with CPC.
          The helpline numbers for CPC are: Toll free – 1800-425-2229, and Phone Number – 080-22546500
          What does income tax status says – CPC not received or ??

          • Anirudh says:

            Hi ,

            Status is ‘ Return Uploaded

          • bemoneyaware says:

            Question is when did you file the returns for AY 2013-14

            Some clarifications:
            You cannot file a Revised return if the Original was filed post due date (Belated)

            Legally, a return can be revised any number of times before the expiry of one year from the end of the Assessment Year OR before the completion of the assessment by the Department; whichever event takes place earlier. For Filing returns for AY 2013-14 , last date for assessment year was 31 Mar 2014. And one year after is 31 Mar 2015.

            Call up the foll numbers for more input:

            Aaykar Sampark Kendra (ASK)
            Income tax/PAN/TAN
            General Queries
            1800 180 1961/1961
            e-Filing of Income Tax Return
            e-Filling Login
            Working Hours (call centre) 09 AM to 08 PM – Monday to Saturday
            http://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in
            1800 4250 0025
            +91 – 80-2650 0025

          • bemoneyaware says:

            Hello

            Just read the following post HOW TO CLAIM REFUND OF TDS FOR LAST SIX YEARS
            So it seems you can claim your refund. Steps are given in above mentioned article.

          • Anirudh says:

            Thanks alot for Useful information and Help

            Regards
            Anirudh.D

  5. Deepika Pandey says:

    I filed ITR for FY 2013-2014 and by mistake I entered AY 2013-2014 and so I received notice u/s 143(1) saying TDS mismatch, as obvious I was not working before that and this was the first time I earned taxable salary, so there was nothing as per 26AS for AY 2013-2014.
    I realised my mistake but now I can’t find a way to rectify it. If I try to file revised ITR for FY 2013-2014, they say that deadline is over. Please suggest where can I send the application quoting my mistake? Also how can I find and contact jurisdictional AO so that I can process my application.
    And how to file ITR when you do not have any income?

    • Kirti says:

      Sad to hear that Maam but if it’s any consolation you are not the only one. Many have done this rookie mistake.

      A question: Did you file your return for AY 2014-15 as per income tax records?

      Short ans is Hire a CA or Income tax lawyer to help you through the maze.

      Long ans:
      As per income tax records you filed ITR after the due date, 31 Jul 2013, so you cannot revise the return.
      You can know your jurisdictional officer at jurisdictional AO

  6. Deepika Pandey says:

    I had filed ITR for AY 2013-2014 instead of AY 2014-2015 by mistake, as I filed ITR for the first time and was not working in the year FY 2012-2013, I received notice u/s 143(1) quoting TDS mismatch. How can I rectify this mistake? Where can I inform that I applied for the wrong assessment year? I have no clue how to find jurisdictional AO and how to contact him? if I try to file revised ITR for the AY 2013-2014 stating that my income was zero in the period, it says that deadline is over. How can I rectify? Please guide.

  7. SRILATHA says:

    I have filed retutn on 05-02-2014 for the assessment year 2012-13 and ITR V received by CPC Banglore on 06-04-2014.Now my status is showing Retrn recived after due date.In this case what i have to do.

    One more doubt that I have not filed the returns from 2013-14 onwards. Can i file returns of all the years (i.e 2013-14,2014-15 and 2015-16.

    • Kirti says:

      Tax rules permit assesses to file their returns pertaining to two preceding financial years, even after the expiry of the respective annual deadlines.

      So the due date for filing return for AY 2012-13 was 31 Jul 2012. So any return filed after due date will show up as Retrn received after due date.So the message is correct.
      You don’t have to do anything. The Income tax office will process your return and update you.
      Yes you can file returns after the due date.
      For FY 2013-14 or AY 2014-15 you have missed the March 31, 2015 deadline as well. But you can still file return by March 31, 2016. However, this will be treated as a belated return. There is no difference in the filing procedure before or after the deadline. However, you will have to mention that the return is a belated one in the tax form. There could also be a Rs 5,000 penalty for late filing (after March 31, 2015) depending on the discretion of the assessing officer.
      For FY 2014-15 or AY 2015-16 forms are not out yet so you can file return till 31 Aug 2015.

  8. Sahai says:

    Income tax department received my signed ITR-V but the status is still “Received”. Can you kindly let me know that how long does this takes to be “processed”. It is now more than 20 days now.

  9. Anirban Datta says:

    I am looking for my refund . Because i am cheesing for the same long long time but no reply coming from any department . what i can i do in this .

    Regards
    Anirban Datta

  10. Arif Alvi says:

    I filed my ITR for AY 14-15 on 01.05.2015, Should there have been any interest U/S 234A?

    • Kirti says:

      Yes Sir. ITR1 should have calculated it for you.
      Section 234 A : Interest payable for default in furnishing the return of income
      Where the return of income for any assessment year is furnished after the due date or is not furnished, the assessee shall be liable to pay simple interest at the rate of one per cent for every month or part of a month for the period commencing on the date immediately following the due date upto the date of furnishing the return (in cases where return is furnished after the due date) or upto the end of the Assessment Year (in cases where no return is furnished) on the amount of shortfall in total income tax payable by the assessee.

      In simple words, interest @ 1% per month is payable on the amount of income tax paid after the due date for filing of the return.

  11. vijay says:

    I have intimation from Income tax department stating that tax deducted for AY 2008-09 are not getting reflected and i suppose to pay the tax amount again which i have already did.
    form 16 for 2008-09 indicates that tax has been deducted every month.

    currently i don’t have ITR Acknowledgement for the same AY and also i have lost the first communication mail regarding to this, can you guys help how to proceed on this and get it rectified.

    • C.A. Sweta Singhania says:

      Hello Mr Vijay,

      U can again download your ITRV from incometaxindiaefilling web site.
      Download 26 AS for A.Y. 08-09 and have a look weather the tax deducted is reflected there. If yes send the scaned copy to CPC Bangalore via mail. If it is not reflected there than do file a rectification request online under section 156. Ur work would be done for sure

  12. presly says:

    Hi, Yesterday i got Intimation U/S 143(1), when i checked in the refund amount i found a mismatch of Rs.17362. I found all the data matching except in the TDS.I have uploaded all the data based on Form 16. Following is the data from the intimation which I got.
    GROSS TOTAL INCOME – 5,03,195 | 5,03,195
    Deductions under Chapter VIA – 80C – 65,000 | 65,000
    80E – 47,499 | 47,499
    TOTAL DEDUCTIONS UNDER CHAPTER VIA – 1,12,499 | 1,12,499
    OTAL INCOME AFTER DEDUCTIONS – 3,90,700 | 3,90,700
    TAX ON TOTAL INCOME – 19,070 | 19,070
    Rebate u/s (87A – 2,000 | 2,000
    Tax Payable after (Rebate) – 17,070 | 17,070
    EC+SECONDARY & HIGHER EDU CESS – 512 | 512
    GROSS TAX LIABILITY BEFORE TAX RELIEF – 17,582 | 17,582
    TOTAL INCOME TAX LIABILITY – 17,582 | 17,582
    AGGREGATE INCOME TAX LIABILITY – 17,582 | 17,582
    TDS – 65,000 | 47,640
    TOTAL TAX CREDIT – 65,000 | 47,640
    RFUND AMOUNT – 47,420 | 30,058
    Kindly help me to understand this.

    • Kirti says:

      Sir
      First column refers to what you have filled in and second column refers to what Income Tax office could find.
      So for example both you and IT agree that your Gross total income is 5,03.195 and
      Deductions under section Chapter VI-A is 65,000.

      As you right pointed out there is mismatch in TDS amount.
      You have claimed Rs 65000 while IT found proof for 47,640.

      I would recommend you checking your Form 26AS to find how much TDS was deducted.
      It has happened that Form 16 and Form 26AS does not match.
      Please try to get the TDS amount corrected.
      Do reply to Income tax letter on time.

      Our article Understanding Form 26AS explains Form 26AS in detail
      and Viewing Form 26AS on TRACES

      Best of Luck

      • presly says:

        Thanks a lot for the quick reply. So when i cross checked i found 65000 was Deductible Amount & 47,640 was Tax Payable amount. That was a mistake happened while filing. So What should I do now? Do I need to re-file??
        Also currently I’m facing another issue with my refund is, on 31/07/2014 I have uploaded return , on 28/08/2014 I’ve received ITRV Receipt, on 18/12/2014 I got a message saying” ITR Processed refund determined and sent out to Refund Banker ” and on 28/12/2014 I got the message ” Refund unpaid/failed.submit request for refund-reissue, Reason – Incorrect A/C No.” ,So on Feb 2015 , I’ve raised a rectification request to correct that, but I got a mail from IT dpt saying to contact my jurisdictional officer. I went to his office in Bangalore but from the help desk itself they told, since its been filed online they can’t do anything,it can be solved only via customer care call. When I called again to the customer care they saying “ignore the mail…your rectification is in progress” . So right now I’m totally in a confused state of procedure. What would be the right move @ this stage???

        • Kirti says:

          Hello Sir,

          You can check your refund status at TIN NSDL site check refund status
          As per Income Tax Rectification Manual(Pdf) Pg 4
          In case of change in Bank Account details OR Address Details, a Rectification should NOT be filed. You can LOGIN and GO TO My Account –> Refund Re-issue request and raise a request for change in the Bank Account/Address details (in case of refund failure).
          Try doing it and wait.

          Hope it helps.

          • presly says:

            Thnx a lot… Kirti
            I have done that request long back .When I checked in Refund-Reissue Request tab ,its showing the request is under progress.Meanwhile I had submitted a request in grievance tab. yesterday I got a mail which says
            ” Subject: CPC Grievance Status. Please find below the CPC resolution along with the status at CPC for the query raised by you through e-filling site.

            Query raised: I recieved a message that ITR has not got processed due to to incorrect account number.My account number is as follows:
            ***********.May i know the current status now.Rectification was filed on february.

            Resolution: Dear taxpayer, processing of your return filed for AY 2014-15 has been completed. Intimation u/s 143 with communication reference number CPC/****/**/********** has been sent to your email id on 16th April 2015. Request you to follow the same.
            Transaction Status: CLOSED ”
            But today when I checked in the Refund/Demand Status tab it still says ” Status – Refund Unpaid. Reason – Incorrect Account Number”

            So what does it mean? Does it mean the account number is updated with the correct one or still is there any procedure left ?

  13. Balaji says:

    2014 – 2015 In my ITR status is showing 139(9) of IT act 1961. after that next status is showing Your ITR is in progress, so kindly wait for next communication mail from CPC, still i did not get any mail from CPC. so i have revised my ITR file. now present status is ITR received when i get the refund amount???

  14. SABYASACHI says:

    Hi,
    I have a lil query. Just guide. Filed a return for AY 14-15 with Tax Refund. Intimation concludes NO REFUND. Rechecked with Form 26AS and revised as TDS deducted was more than the previous. Changed the Gross Income and put TDS details as per FORM 26AS. Mail Revised ITRV received after 10 days. But now it is 6 months, Revised ITRV has not been processed.

    - Should I go for Rectification or still was wait for the process ?

    • Kirti says:

      I am little confused SabyaSachi, you revised the return after getting the intimation from the CPC on Intimation of processing of your return which said NO REFUND.
      The revised return can be filed before the expiry of one year from the end of the relevant assessment year or before the completion of assessment, whichever is earlier, As per section 139(5) of Income Tax.

  15. Emani GANAPATHIRAO says:

    I have paid the Incometax from my salary for the FY2012-13 and filed e return through my tax consultant. I received demand notice from CPC under 143( I) to pay the tax. I have contacted my employer and the CA and they informed that they have not filed return for the 3rd quarter as they were not allotted TIN no. And hence tax paid for that quarter was not reflected in form 26a. What to do now??

    • Kirti says:

      Sad to know about it.
      Did you file the returns based on Form 16? Did Form 16 say that TDS has been collected from you?
      Is the TDS paid now and does it reflect in Form 26AS?
      Can the company give it in writing? You can approach the Assessing Officer with all the information.
      Sadly an employee has to bear for faults of employer

  16. Firoz says:

    Hi
    I have filed return for AY 2014-15 today.
    Realized that the tax on income is say 100 while the amount deducted by my company is 96 as in Form 16
    I have already uploaded the xml, but yest to send ITR-V hard copy via post to CPS

    What should I do now ??
    Do not do anything considering a difference of only 4 rs
    Pay additional 4 Rs on my own as tax and submit xml again ?? ow to pay tax, under which head and is it possible to upload xml again !!

    please help

  17. INDRAJEET KUMAR says:

    I HAVE A QUARRY, THROUGH ECS, ARE YOU SENDING THE AMOUNT ON CORRECT ACCOUNT NO.IF YES THAN YOU ARE WRONG.I HAVE EXAMPLE,ONE MAN NAME LALAN KUMAR WHO HAVE FACING THIS TYPE OF PROBLEM.I AM GIVING YOU DETAIL BELOW:-

    NAME——-LALAN KUMAR

    FATHERS NAME—RAMSWARUP SINGH

    PAN NO.——-CGWPK5070Q

    D.O.B.——–28/10/1971

    A/CNO.—–1010000100115228

    MICR CODE—-823024503

    COMMUNICATION REFERENCE NO. CPC/1213/1305866700

    REFOND SEQUENCE NO. 7080551649
    REFERENCE NO. 134719202 SHOWING ECS RECEIVED ON 7 AUG.

  18. DEB says:

    I AM A STUDENT I HAVE NO INCOME,BUT I HAVE PANCARD I FILE MY RETURN.I AM SHOWING O INCOME IN INCOME TAX RETURN FORM.MY ITR-V ALSO REACHED TO CPC.THEY HAD ALREADY INTIMATE ME THROUGH MAIL THAT THEY HAD RECEIVED MY ITR-V FOR 2013-14.I HAVE NOT ANY REFUND FOR CLAIM.NOW TELL ME THE NEXT STEP.TELL ME PROCESSING OCCURS ,IF PROCESSING OCCURS THEN TELL ME WHAT THINGS HAPPENS IN MY CASE.I HAVE NOT ANY CLAIM FOR REFUND THEN WHAT TYPE OF PROCESSING OCCURS
    ELLABORATE ALL THINGS .

  19. Mayank says:

    Hi,

    I have some Queries.I got my Intimation U/S 143(1) in june of A.Y 2012-2013. When I checked both the column (As Provided by Taxpayer in Return of Income) and (As Computed Under Section 143(1)) all the values in fields are same in both the columns instead of some columns.
    First columns is TOTAL INCOME AFTER DEDUCTIONS, I provided(1,58,929) and they computed (1,58,930). As I know calculation of these fields in ITR-1 is automatic (via macro). so my first query is As all other fields having simailar values they why this field value is having difference in CPC?

    After the above field, My “Tax on total income” is Rs.0 in both the columns(provided by me and Computed by them) but my TDS as I provided was Rs.539 (i.e. also calculated automatic while filing ITR-1) because in my form 16 my company deducted rs.539 and Refund also is of Rs. 539 but in CPC they computed as Rs.0. in all the columns .Thats why my refund status is showing no demand and no return.

    Now How do we know if there is mistake from income tax side or our side? If they computed wrongly then what is the process to make it correct so that I will get my refund back? I provided correct details only while fililng ITR-1 as per I got my Form 16 from my company.

    Regards

    • Kirti says:

      There are slight differences due to rounding of the income.To avoid difficulty in calculation of Tax amount, act provides provisions of rounding off of Taxable income as well final tax liability.

      As per Section 288A, Total amount of taxable income calculated fraction part should be ignored and then s rounded off to nearest Rupees 10 (ten) For example, if taxable amount computed is Rs. 999995 then it shall be rounded off as Rs. 1,00,000 and where taxable amount computed is Rs. 9,99,994.50, 9,99,994 would be considered and rounded off as Rs. 9,99,990

      As per Section 288B final tax liability, calculated on taxable income shall be Rounded off to nearest Rupees 10(ten) and avoid any fraction thereto.
      For example if Mr Shyam has a total income off Rs. 1,99,994 his Taxable income ( Rounded off) becomes 199990.00. Tax Liability @ 10.30% is 4118.97 which without fraction is 4118 and gets rounded off to 4120

    • Kirti says:

      Coming to your second question on Tax on total income should be 0 because it is below minimum taxable limit(2,00,000)
      Does the TDS provided by company is reflected in your Form 26AS? From CPC calculations it does not seem so
      Our article What to Verify in Form 26AS? explains it in detail.
      Please verify the form 26AS and see if TDS is reflected. If TDS is not reflected check with your company.

      • Mayank says:

        Hi Kirti,

        As per suggested I have checked the Form 26AS.and read your aricle on that. I am lil bit confused about the entries. Actually in(PART A – Details of Tax Deducted at Source) is showing Rs.539. How do we know whether Rs 539. deposited to Income Tax department?

        Part D – Details of Paid Refund is showing “no transaction present”. If you allowed can I paste my entries here of Form 26AS? Is this a confidential?

        • Kirti says:

          Sorry for delay in replying. I was on vacation.
          Part A shows the TDS which govt has received . Status of Booking shows whether details submitted by deductor matches govt. Sometimes you find U or P. More details on status of booking at Understanding Form 26AS
          Status of booking is F or FINAL which shows that payment details of TDS / TCS deposited in bank by deductors have matched with the payment details mentioned in the TDS / TCS statement filed by the deductors.

          Part D
          If you have got any tax refunds in that assessment Year it would be listed under this section or If you have not received any tax refund then there will no entries in this section and it will show No Transactions Present. It depends on which assessment year you got the refunds for which year. We have shown both the images in pur article.

          No the information on blog is not confidential. If you want to send confidential information please send it to our email bemoneyaware@gmail.com

  20. Suryakant says:

    Hi Kirti,

    Very good and informative post !!!
    I have one question. I have sent signed ITR-V and ITR-V was received by CPC in first week of July. After so many days (almost three months), on website the status still shows ITR-V received no other status update (processes, rejected etc.). As of now, is acknowledgement of ITR-V sufficient to prove that I had filed returns on time? Do I need to send ITR-V again? How much time should I wait? In case, they demand tax, which period they will consider for interest on penalty? Please tell me how to proceed.

    Thanks

    • Kirti says:

      Suryakant when you say ITR-V was received by CPC I assum you mean you got intimation mail.
      Yes it happens, people have started getting the demand notice or 143(1) intimation so please wait for sometime. The intimation shall be sent before the expiry of one year from the end of the assessment year in which the income was assessable
      Yes acknowledgement of ITR-V sufficient. Infact date is taken as the date you submitted or uploaded your return.
      No you don’t need to sent ITR-V again.
      From what little I know
      The major number of penalties initiated every year as a ritual by I-T Authorities is under section 271(1)(c) which is for either concealment of income or for furnishing inaccurate particulars of income.
      “If the Assessing Officer or the Commissioner (Appeals) or the Commissioner in the course of any proceedings under this Act, is satisfied that any person-
      (b) has failed to comply with a notice under sub-section (1) of section 142 or sub-section (2) of section 143 or fails to comply with a direction issued under sub-section (2A) of section 142, or
      (c) has concealed the particulars of his income or furnished inaccurate particulars of such income,
      he may direct that such person shall pay by way of penalty,-
      (ii) in the cases referred to in clause (b), in addition to any tax payable by him, a sum of ten thousand rupees for each such failure;
      (iii) in the cases referred to in clause (c), in addition to any tax payable by him, a sum which shall not be less than, but which shall not exceed three times, the amount of tax sought to be evaded by reason of the concealment of particulars of his income or the furnishing of inaccurate particulars of such income.

  21. Hitesh Patil says:

    Hi,

    I had done some mistake while filling the IT Return this year thorugh online.
    The taxable amount I entered is actually the gross amount and not the total taxable amount. Due to which, I got demand notice from IT Department saying I need to pay remaining taxable amount.
    Also I forget to show my Home loan interest while filling the IT Return.

    Is it possible to submit the ITRV again with the correct taxable amount and the home loan interest.
    Or do I need to contact the AO for the same

    • Kirti says:

      Oops Hitesh. You need to do corrective action but Let us get the facts right
      You are talking about return for FY 2012-13 Or AY 2013-14 (last date of filing was 5 Aug 2013)
      -when did you get the notice
      -What does the notice say – order number 143(1) or 143(2) or ???

      • Hitesh Patil says:

        Hi Kirti,
        Its for AY 2013-14.
        I had filled the return in 29 July itself. But mistakenly I had put the gross amount instead of total taxable amount.
        Due to this my tax gets calcualted on gross amount and thus I got the notice of payment of remaining amount.

        Notice says:
        Intimation U/S 143(1) of the income tax act
        Order Date mention in the notice: 27-07-2013

        • Kirti says:

          The intimation under section 143(1) is sent by the IT Department in response to tax return filed by the tax payers. The intimation as the name suggests intimates the tax payer about, any tax and interest payable or if the assessee is eligible for refunds after providing all the necessary adjustments relating to tax deducted at source, advance tax paid, any tax paid on self – assessment or any other amount in the nature of tax or interest.

          In the attached file there would be table of what you filed and how CPC calculated.
          Go through it in detail. Understand the difference .
          Then You can rectify your return. Process is explained in How to rectify your income tax return online

  22. Manoj says:

    dear Sir,
    My returns was filed electronically and submitted to AO at CPC, not received refund at
    let me know hoe many days it take after submitting the ITR-V at CPC and when i call to CPC toll free No they said it received under process not giving the exact info that within how many days it got clear.

    Regards
    manoj Vishwakarna
    Mumbai , Maharashtra

    • Kirti says:

      Ideally, a refund cheque is supposed to reach your mailing address in four months or can be credited to your bank account through the electronic clearing system or ECS. Many people complain about their share pending for long time.
      Once a return is filed, the income tax (I-T) department verifies the information and processes it, and refunds any excess paid.
      Getting your refund is a lengthy and time-consuming process. You can take it up with the Assessing Officer or Additional Commissioner of Income Tax (A-CIT), which should be sorted in a month or three.
      For more details read Business Standard Long wait for that tax refund

  23. AMAN says:

    Dear sir my return was t/d to AO after one week of filling online. i get it correct from AO. my return has processed and refund cheque send to itr address but returned. i am trying to get intimation 143(1) for filling request of refund. becoze there is need of communication ref. no. and sequence no. but when ever i am trying to send intimation a msg show no intimation for the AY. PLEASE suggest me how can i get my refund or intimation so that i can request for reissue of refund.

    amanraj

    • Kirti says:

      Aman let’s get fact right
      1. You filed return online I assume for FY 2012-13 or AY 2013-14
      2. You got refund which got returned.
      You can check your refund status in following three ways:
      Go to http://www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in:

      Click on ‘CPC-Refund Status’ under Services;
      Log-In with your user ID. Password and DOB;
      Select the AY for which you are waiting for tax refund;
      The latest update on your tax refund status appears.
      http://www.tin-ndsl.com:

      Go to https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/oltas/refundstatuslogin.html;
      Enter your PAN number and choose the AY for which you desire to know the status;
      Call CPC Bangaluru:

      Call CPC Bangaluru at 1800-425-2229. You will need your PAN number and DOB for enquiring over the phone.
      Once you

      As you filed your return online these intimations will be received through email to the Email address provided in filing income tax returns online. They are also available in your account through which you filed Income tax return.
      Please check the refund status and let us know.

  24. Meetali says:

    I have signed the ITR V in black ink.. Will that be a problem, Do I need to send another copy to IT dept, Bangalore. My status does not show the receipt of ITRV. Kindly advise

    • Kirti says:

      Mitali, Though it is said that you should sign in blue ink, but people you have signed in black ink have not got their ITR-V rejected.
      You can wait for a week or so for acknowledgement. If you get it well and good.
      Else you can also call CPC to find about it.
      The helpline numbers for CPC are: Toll free – 1800-425-2229, and Phone Number – 080-22546500
      Taxpayers can contact CPC from 8:00am to 8:00pm from Monday to Friday.

  25. Rupa says:

    Hi,

    Can you please tell me which is the website you are referring to here ?
    “It is also available on the income-tax web site, you can login in your account and check Views and Forms under the tab My Account.” Is it https://incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in/?

    Regards,
    Rupa

  26. Dr. B.L. Chotia says:

    Hi Kirti, Thanks for the prompt response. As mentioned in my last post, I received the ITR-V after eFiling of my ITR-4. I signed the form and sent it as required to be sent in 120 days. I am talking of the Acknowledgement of this ITR-V. I received the email with an attachment and this attached file got corrupted as a result of that the what I had as an attachment was a dat file which cannot be read. I also got the confirmation of the receipt of the duly signed ITR-V sent by me through SMS also. But, I wanted the original pdf file acknowledging the receipt of ITR-V received in CPC of the IT Department.
    As advised by you I have tried to access My Account on the efile site and I am not able to download the file I need. Only ITR-V is available there which I already have and sent it duly signed within 120 days as required.

  27. That’s a must know info to all. Thanks for sharing

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