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How to e-file return using EVC without sending signed copy of ITR-V?

How to e-file return using EVC without sending signed copy of ITR-V?

Taxpayers filing return of income electronically (without digital signatures) are required to send the signed copy of ITR-V acknowledgement to the CPC, Bengaluru within 120 days of uploading the return. From the Assessment Year 2015-16, an option is given to the taxpayer to file return of income via 'Electronic Verification Code' ('EVC'). In that case, taxpayers shall not be required to send the signed copy of ITR-V to CPC, Bengaluru.
The procedures and modes of filing of return through EVC has been notified by the CBDT. Thus, taxpayers can now file their return without worrying about sending copy of ITR-V acknowledgment to the CPC, Bengaluru. The new procedure is as under:
I. Verification of person via EVC
EVC means a code generated for the purpose of electronic verification of the person furnishing the return of income. EVC will be a unique number linked to assessee's PAN. It cannot be used …

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