ITR refund status: How to Check Income Tax Refund Status

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You have filed your Income Tax Returns for the year and are eagerly awaiting your refund. Very often this wait could get quite painful. Weeks pass by, and tax payers are seldom aware of the status of their ITR, and as to when their refund would be sent to them. To solve such concerns, the Income Tax Department has introduced online availability of information regarding one’s tax refund. With the click of a mouse, you could now check the status of your income tax refund online. It is a quick, easy and safe way to know the status.

Checking Your Refund Status Online

Here is how you go about it.

  • Log in to the NSDL website
  • Enter your Permanent Account Number (PAN) in the available box. Choose the assessment year for which you desire to know the status and then click on submit. The NSDL website is a secure website, so one need not worry while entering sensitive information.
  • If your refund has already been sent to the refund banker i.e. to State Bank of India, the display would be something similar to the below image. State Bank of India transfers refunds to tax payers either through ECS, or by way of a cheque.

What the status message means

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Make Changes in PAN Card

changes in PAN card, Address change Name change date of birth change in PAN

If you want to make changes in the existing PAN such as change in name, date of birth etc, you can apply for it online. The procedure is almost the same as you apply for new PAN except in case of corrections in PAN, you also need to submit the documents to support the change required in PAN.

Here are the steps :

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Rs 2,000 notes withdrawn: What should you do with your Rs 2,000 notes?

2000 notes what to do

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday, May 19, announced that it has decided to withdraw the Rs 2,000 currency notes from circulation. The central bank asked all to deposit the Rs 2,000 banknotes into their accounts or exchange them for banknotes of other denominations at any bank branch by September 30, 2023. Deposit into bank accounts can be made in the usual manner, without any restriction. The exchange facility for Rs 2,000 currency notes will start from May 23, 2023, the RBI said.

Do keep in mind that the existing Rs 2,000 denomination banknotes will continue to be legal tender.

Now what should you do with your old Rs 2,000 note? Do you have to pay any extra fee to exchange your current Rs 2,000 note? RBI answered all your queries.

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