The Challan 280 is a form that must be submitted in order to pay your income tax electronically. You must fill in the information on the form, which can then be used to pay the income tax either offline or online. Advance tax, self-assessment tax, regular assessment tax, surcharge, tax on distributed profits, and tax on distributed income are all examples of income tax payments.
UMANG stands for Unified Mobile Application for New-age Governance, and it was established jointly by MeitY (Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology) and NeGD (National e-Governance Division) for Android and iOS.
How to Pay Income Tax using Umang App?
You can log into your UMANG App account using your registered phone number and log-in credentials after completing UMANG App Registration. You can access the "Pay Income Tax" module from the home page or the search bar at the top of the UMANG App home page once you've logged into the app.
Step 1: Open the Umang app with credentials
Step 2: Type "Pay Income Tax" on the UMANG App search page
Step 3: Click on the "Challan 280"
Step 4: Enter all the required details
- PAN Number
- Payment Type
- Applicable Tax
- Assessment Year
- Select Bank Name
- Demographic details such as State, City/District
- Email ID of taxpayer
- Mobile number
Step 5: Click Submit Button
Step 6: Click on Proceed to Payment
You will be directed to your chosen bank's Internet Banking site, as indicated on the challan, where you can complete your income tax payment online using UMANG. You will obtain a Challan Serial Number, and BSR code of the collecting branch once you have completed the income tax payment online. Make a note of this information for future reference.
Through the UMANG's Challan 280-based income tax payment system, taxpayers can pay multiple types of taxes on a single platform.
The following is a list of the different forms of income taxes that can be charged with the UMANG App:
• Advance Tax
• Tax on Distributed Profits
• Tax on Distributed Income
• Self-Assessment Tax
• Tax on Regular Assessment
How to track challan status on Umang?
To check the status of a tax payment using Challan 280, you'll need to provide the following information:
• The collecting branch's BSR code (provided to the taxpayer after payment of challan)
• Tender Date for Challan (date on which challan was paid)
• Serial Number of the Challan (generated at the time of tax payment on UMANG)
• Sum on the Challan (non-mandatory field)
How To Pay Income Tax Challan 280 Online?
Step 1: Log in to website http://www.tin-nsdl.com
Step 2: Click on Services > e-payment, Click on the tab "e-pay taxes"
Step 3: Select the challan i.e. ITNS 280
Step 4: Enter Enter PAN details
Note: Other mandatory challan information includes the accounting head under which payment is made, the tax payer's address, and the bank through which payment is to be made, among other things.
Step 4: Confirmation screen will be displayed
Step 5: It will be directed to the net-banking site of the bank
Step 6: Enter credentials and enter payment details.
A challan counterfoil with the CIN, payment information, and bank name through which the e-payment was made will be displayed after successful payment. This counterfoil serves as evidence of payment.