Track your tax refund status online now

To begin with, the facility has been made available in six cities, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Patna, and will be extended nationwide in a phased manner.

In other cities, the refunds will continue to be issued by the on a first-come-first-served basis.

To check the status of their refund, taxpayers can log in at https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/oltas/refundstatuslogin.html. If there is a problem, they can contact the assessing officer or the refund banker, the State Bank of India.

In case of any grievance, taxpayers can also contact the additional commissioner in charge of the range or the income tax ombudsman.

This facility is not for companies and trusts.

For faster processing of refunds, details of bank account like the bank, branch and MICR code (a nine-digit number on the bottom of the bank cheque) should be clearly mentioned in the tax return form.

Under the refund banker scheme, the refund amount will be either transferred electronically to the bank account of the taxpayer or be sent sent by way of a cheque delivered by courier.

The plans to substantially reduce the return processing time, which is at present at least four months.

The department plans to set up six large central return processing centres in different parts of the country. All the returns captured in digital format will be processed at these centres.

The central return processing scheme was announced in the Budget 2008-09.

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Track your tax refund status online now

Prashant K Sahu  |  New Delhi 

To begin with, the facility has been made available in six cities, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Patna, and will be extended nationwide in a phased manner.

In other cities, the refunds will continue to be issued by the on a first-come-first-served basis.

To check the status of their refund, taxpayers can log in at https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/oltas/refundstatuslogin.html. If there is a problem, they can contact the assessing officer or the refund banker, the State Bank of India.

In case of any grievance, taxpayers can also contact the additional commissioner in charge of the range or the income tax ombudsman.

This facility is not for companies and trusts.

For faster processing of refunds, details of bank account like the bank, branch and MICR code (a nine-digit number on the bottom of the bank cheque) should be clearly mentioned in the tax return form.

Under the refund banker scheme, the refund amount will be either transferred electronically to the bank account of the taxpayer or be sent sent by way of a cheque delivered by courier.

The plans to substantially reduce the return processing time, which is at present at least four months.

The department plans to set up six large central return processing centres in different parts of the country. All the returns captured in digital format will be processed at these centres.

The central return processing scheme was announced in the Budget 2008-09.

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Track your tax refund status online now

Individual taxpayers can now track the status of their income tax refunds online.

To begin with, the facility has been made available in six cities, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Patna, and will be extended nationwide in a phased manner.

In other cities, the refunds will continue to be issued by the on a first-come-first-served basis.

To check the status of their refund, taxpayers can log in at https://tin.tin.nsdl.com/oltas/refundstatuslogin.html. If there is a problem, they can contact the assessing officer or the refund banker, the State Bank of India.

In case of any grievance, taxpayers can also contact the additional commissioner in charge of the range or the income tax ombudsman.

This facility is not for companies and trusts.

For faster processing of refunds, details of bank account like the bank, branch and MICR code (a nine-digit number on the bottom of the bank cheque) should be clearly mentioned in the tax return form.

Under the refund banker scheme, the refund amount will be either transferred electronically to the bank account of the taxpayer or be sent sent by way of a cheque delivered by courier.

The plans to substantially reduce the return processing time, which is at present at least four months.

The department plans to set up six large central return processing centres in different parts of the country. All the returns captured in digital format will be processed at these centres.

The central return processing scheme was announced in the Budget 2008-09.

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