ITR Acknowledgement (ITR V) not submitted ? apply for condonation of delay

By | December 28, 2017
(Last Updated On: December 28, 2017)

Condonation of delay in submission of ITR-V

As of now for e-filed return which is not digitally signed, the taxpayer is required to either send a signed copy of Income Tax Return Acknowledgement a.k.a ITR-V or do e-verification popularly known as EVC. The time limit for sending ITR-V or EVC is 120 days from the date of e-filing of ITR.

Income Tax E-filing website has added a new feature for condonation of delay in submitting ITR-V or EVC within 120 days.

Now, a the assessee/taxpayer can provide the reason for delay in submission of ITR-V or e-Verification. In addition, he/she will be given an option to e-verify the return after 120 days by giving reasons for delay.

Steps required for condonation of delay in submission of ITR-V or EVC within 120 days.

The assessee should perform the following steps to request for intimation:

Step 1Logon to ‘e-Filing’ Portal
Step 2Go to the ‘My Account’ menu located at upper-left side of the page ⇒ Click ‘Service Request’ ⇒ Select the ‘Request Type’ as ‘New Request’ and Select the ‘Request Category’ as ‘Condonation Request’ ⇒ Click ‘Submit’
Step 3Choose the suitable option located under ‘Response’ column ⇒ Click Submit

Condonation of delay in submission of ITR-V

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