New Delhi: Now you can file your Income Tax Return (ITR) for free from State Bank of India‘s YONO App. Notably, the country’s largest lender has started a new facility for its customers via which they can easily file their ITR for FY 2019-20. “Saving bhi, ITR filing bhi. File your Income Tax Return with Tax2win on YONO for free,” tweeted SBI. Also Read - Missed ITR Filing Deadline? Here’s How to File Belated ITR With Penalty | Check Details

If you are facing trouble while filing returns, you can call on +91 9660-99-66-55 or you can email Also Read - Have You Filed ITR on Jan 10? Here’s How to Check Income Tax Refund Status

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), an administrative authority for the tax department had extended the last date for filing ITR for FY 2019-20 to December 31 this year. Normally, the taxpayers are supposed to file ITR by July 31.

Follow These Steps to File ITR Through SBI YONO App

Step 1: Open the YONO SBI app and log in.

Step 2: Go to shop and order.

Step 3: Click on tax and investment.

Step 4: You will see Tax2Win. Click here and get all information.

File Income Tax Return on I-T Website

You need to create an e-filing account on the Income Tax website If you are already registered on the site, proceed with subsequent steps to file your returns.

If you are creating your account for the first time you will get an activation link and one-time password (OTP) on the registered mobile number on successful registration. There are numbers of private portals also which provide the service for a charge.

Select the form applicable to you. There are three different types of Income Tax Return forms for different categories of individuals.

Click on the submit button will take you to the filing page.

Enter the details and ITR V will be generated. Download the acknowledgment and take a printout. Sign the form in blue ink and send it to the income tax department Bangalore within 120 days of filing the returns online.

To avoid last-minute delay and technical glitch, please file your returns as early as possible.