ITR V (Income Tax Return Acknowledgement) Do’s & Don’t

By | April 24, 2016

ITR V (Income Tax Acknowledgement)  Do’s & Don’t

  • Please use Ink Jet /Laser printer to print the ITR-V Form. Use of Dot Matrix printer should be avoided.
  • The ITR-V Form should be printed only in black ink. Do not use any other ink option to print ITR-V.
  • Ensure that print out is clear and not light print/faded copy.
  • Please do not print any water marks on ITR-V. The only permissible watermark is that of “Income tax Department” which is printed automatically on each ITR V.
  • The document that is mailed to CPC should be signed in Original.
  • Photocopy of signatures will not be accepted.
  • The signatures or any handwritten text should not be written on Bar code.
  • Bar code and numbers below barcode should be clearly visible.
  • Only A4 size white paper should be used.
  • Avoid typing anything on the reverse side of the paper.
  • Perforated paper or any other size paper should be avoided.
  • Do not use stapler on ITR-V Acknowledgement.
  • In case, you are submitting Original and Revised Income Tax Returns, do not print them back to back. Use two separate papers for printing ITR-Vs separately.
  • Please do not submit any annexures, covering letter, pre stamped envelopes, along with ITR-V.
  • The ITR-V form is required to be sent to Post Bag No.1, Electronic City Post Office, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560100, by Ordinary or Speed Post (without Acknowledgment) ONLY
  • ITR-Vs that do not conform to the above specifications may get rejected or acknowledgement of receipt may get delayed.
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