Account now tax refund

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of Income Tax Department

Please enter your Permanent Account Number and Assessment Year for which status of refund is to be tracked.

The 'Refund Banker Scheme,' which commenced from 24th Jan 2007, is now operational for taxpayers assessed all over India (except at Large Taxpayer Units) and for returns processed at CPC (Centralized Processing Centre) of the Income Tax Department at Bangalore.

In the 'Refund Banker Scheme' the refunds generated on processing of Income tax Returns by the Assessing officers/ CPC-Bangalore are transmitted to State Bank of India, CMP branch, Mumbai (Refund Banker) on the next day of processing for further distribution to taxpayers.

Refunds are being sent in following two modes:

RTGS / NECS: To enable credit of refund directly to the bank account, Taxpayer.s Bank A/c (at least 10 digits), MICR code of bank branch and correct communication address is mandatory.

Paper Cheque: Bank Account No, Correct address is mandatory.

Taxpayers can view status of refund 10 days after their refund has been sent by the Assessing Officer to the Refund Banker - by entering 'PAN' and 'Assessment Year' below.

Status of 'paid' refund, being paid other than through 'Refund Banker,' can also be viewed at www.tin-nsdl.com by entering the 'PAN' and 'Assessment Year' below.

'Refund paid' status is also being reflected in the 'Tax Credit Statements' in Form 26AS.

Insist on Computerised Challan Counterfoil from bank for tax deposited.


My income tax refund has been held up. Now the tax refund is pending. I don't get paid until the 3rd, of May. Can you please wait until then to take your fee

Sincerely Pamela d Lancaster .

Account now tax refund

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Assuming you are referring to our feature where you can pay your TurboTax fees with your IRS refund - the fee will not be paid to us until your refund is disbursed to you.

Account now tax refund

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