How to e-verify your income tax return? Here are five ways to do it

A general understanding that most taxpayers have, is that filing the tax returns completes the process of return filing. However, that is not so

The recent circulars that purport to “rationalise and liberalise” the framework, in fact, complicate it further

An income tax return once filed, requires to be verified in order to be considered as valid and to be processed by the income tax department. Previously, the process of verification of the return entailed taking a print of the ITR V (return filing acknowledgement), signing it and sending the same to the Central Processing Centre (CPC) in Bangalore. To ease the verification process, the government has notified new modes via which you may electronically file and verify your returns. Your return can be verified by generating an Electronic Verification Code (EVC). EVC is a 10 digit ...