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Did you file ITR without verifying it? Money will get stuck, verify this way

Sagar Patel

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This is how you will get your refund after filing your tax return

This is the last month for income tax payers as the last date for filing ITR is July 31. If you are a taxpayer and have not yet filed ITR, you must complete this work immediately. Because if you file ITR after the due date, you will have to pay a penalty of Rs 5,000.

What does the rule say?

All those taxpayers who have so far filed ITR or are thinking of filing it. They must be aware of a rule of the Income Tax Department. The rule says that those who forget to do e-verification at the time of filing will face a delay in getting the refund. If your refund is not credited within 4 to 5 weeks, check the refund status on the Income Tax Department website. If the status shows that the refund is not credited, you can apply for a refund again through the website. Let us tell you that it usually takes around 4 to 5 weeks to process and deposit the income tax refund in your account.

How to check the status of electronic verification?

Log in to the ITR portal ( and go to the e-filing option. After this, click on Income Tax Returns and go to the e-verification of returns option.

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Select the ITR to be electronically verified and then select the verification mode. Once you select the verification mode, click Continue.

Once you have successfully verified your filed ITR, a confirmation message with a transaction ID will appear on the page. The Income Tax Department has said on its website that you should note down the transaction ID for further reference. You will also receive a confirmation message on the email ID and mobile number registered on the e-filing portal. If it has already been verified, then when you go there for verification, you will not get the verification option. Already Verified will be written there. You can also check it in the ITR confirmation mail received on your email.

Who can file ITR-1?

If your income comes from sources like salary, rent and interest or dividends from shares, you will need to fill out the ITR-1 form. Also, if your agricultural income is less than Rs 5,000, you can include it under other sources. For employed persons, most of the information will already be filled in the form, provided you have provided that information to your company’s HR department.

Understand the step by step process of ITR filing here

  1. Go to the portal and log in.
  2. Then go to the electronic filing option > Income Tax Return > File Income Tax Return.
  3. Select the assessment year 2024-25, choose the online submission mode and click Continue.
  4. Then select Individual and click Continue.
  5. After that, select ITR-1 and continue.
  6. Mention the reason for filing the ITR.
  7. After that, provide all the information requested there, such as personal information, total gross income, total deduction tax paid, and total tax liability.
  8. After that verify your ITR. For this, you will have the option of Aadhaar authentication. An OTP will be sent to your registered mobile number and the ITR will be verified.
Sagar Patel

Sagar Patel

I am Sagar Patel, specializing in business news reporting. With a keen focus on economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments,

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