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E-Verification for SBI Account Holders

Online banking is possibly one of the greatest conveniences of the present day. No more standing in endless queues wasting time. Now from the comfort of your home, you can manage all your financial transactions, which is why many banks have added the option enabling customers to complete their e-verification directly through their net banking portal. SBI customers can take now advantage of this feature and save time spent on posting your verification to CPC in Bangalore.

Step 1: After logging into your SBI account, select “e-tax” option on the top menu bar.

Step 2: From the e-Tax section, select “Login to e-Filing” under State Govt. Taxes.

Step 3: Now select your account number used for your e-filing.

Step 4: Next, you will be prompted to enter the high-security password sent to your mobile. After entering the OTP, click on the “Confirm” button. If you did not receive your high-security password select “Click to resend the SMS” button. 

Step 5: Take a moment to review your account number and PAN details before selecting the “Confirm” button and being redirected to the Income Tax website.

Step 6: Review your details and select the “e-Verify” option from the Income Tax site.

 

Step 7: You will be asked to verify all the information provided by clicking on the “Continue” button.

Step 8: You will see this screen below upon successful verification, from where you can download the acknowledgement for your records.

With your e-filing of tax completed easily, you can relax and spend your saved time doing something you love with friends and family.

Read more about Income Tax Verification here.

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Annalakshmi Ekambaram
Annalakshmi Ekambaram
Annalakshmi is a content writer at H&R Block India. She enjoys writing about Income Taxes in a simplified manner so that everybody can easily understand it.

6 Comments

  1. rajamnickamselvaraj says:

    Dear Ms.Neha
    I tried e – verify with net banking . But this bank account is joint a/c in my name( Selvaraj ) and my wife ‘s name ( Malligai ).
    And It is showing my PAN no and ITR return for confirmation and I could not do it for my wife . Pl help.

  2. A.V.BHAGWAT says:

    I have already filed and submitted my IT Return for the F. Y. 2018-19. Now I want to verify it electronically. However, currently I am outside India. All the five modes of electronic verification, except submission of ITR V by post require generation of EVC. This requires the OTP which is received on the mobile registered with e-filing Dept/Bank. Since the OTP is sent by SMS, I can not receive it since I am out of India.I can not do it through net banking because they also send the high security password by SMS only. I have requested the IT dept to send me the password on my mail id registered with them by lodging the grievance but that too is pending and still not responded.I know that I can send the ITR V by post and get my return verified. But I wish to do it electronically.Is there any solution to this problem.Kindly comment on this issue and communicate me your most considered opinion. Do not you think that in such a case the OTP should be sent on one’s mail id ?

    • H&R Block India says:

      Hi,

      We will be happy to assist you in this situation. Please provide us with your contact number or e-mail ID and one of our tax experts will get in touch with you.

  3. A.V.BHAGWAT says:

    Sorry, It should be A. Y. 2018-19

    • H&R Block India says:

      Hello,

      The image given in the blog is for reference purposes only. The A.Y. will be displayed as per your selection.

  4. Jayanth says:

    Hello,

    I m claiming the ITR for the first time and I have filed the ITR for the year 2018-19 as i Pay annual LIC.
    The problem is I have paid the LIC on October 2017 as I have updated the same for this year, is that bill of 2017 is valid

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