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FAQs on How to Track Refund Status under GST

Suhasini 
on 12 March 2021

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FAQs > Track Refund Status Tracking Refund Status

1. How can I track my refund application without logging into the GST Portal?

Navigate to Services > Track Application Status > Select the Refund option > Enter ARN > Click SEARCH to track your refund application without logging into the GST Portal. You can track your refund application without logging into the GST Portal only through ARN.

2. How can I track my refund application after logging into the GST Portal?

Login to the GST Portal. Navigate to Services > Track Application Status > Select the Refund option > Enter ARN or Filing Year > Click SEARCH to track your refund application after logging into the GST Portal. You can track your refund application after logging into the GST Portal through ARN or Filing Year of the refund application.

FAQs on How to Track Refund Status under GST

3. What does the color coding of different Stages signify?

Stages are color coded according to the current status of the application. For Example: If current status of the application is at Stage 3 then all stages till stage 3 will be depicted in green color and further stages will be greyed out.

4. Is there any difference in status of refund application without logging and after logging into the GST Portal?

You can view additional details of Tax Period and Tax Amount Claimed when you view status of refund application after logging into the GST Portal.

 

Failed Bank Account Validation

5. At what stages, Bank Account details is sent to Public Financial Management System (PFMS) for validation?

Bank Account details is sent to PFMS for validation, in following stages: When Refund application is filed by the taxpayer

When there is an updation of Bank Account by the taxpayer When Form GST RFD-05 is issued by the Tax Official

 

6. Why Bank Account validation fails?

Bank validation may fail for below reasons:

  1. Invalid Bank name
  2. IFSC Code mismatch
  3. IFSC code is inactive in PFMS
  4. IFSC code doesn't exist in PFMS

7. Bank Validation Status is showing as 'Failed'. What should I do now?

In case, Bank Validation Status is showing as 'Failed', you can:

Select a different Bank account from the 'Select Account Number' drop-down list or

Add a new Bank account/ rectify the details for existing Bank account by filing the non-core amendment application of registration and then update the Bank account.

Click here to know more about filing the non-core amendment application of registration.

Updating Bank Account Details

8. How can I update Bank Account details, in case, Bank Account validation has failed?

To update Bank account details, in case of failed Bank Account validation, login the GST Portal. Navigate to Services >

Refunds > Track Application Status > Enter ARN > UPDATE BANK ACCOUNT button in Bank Validation Status column.

9. What will happen once I update the Bank Account details, in case, Bank Account validation has failed?

Once you update the Bank account, details will be validated again on the GST Portal. The refund application form will be updated with new Bank account along with reference number. Tax Official will further process the refund application and disbursement of refund amount will be credited to the account selected, for the sanctioned amount.

Intimation about Updation of Bank Validation

10. Will I get any intimation, in case, Bank Account validation has failed?

Yes, you will receive SMS and e-mail on your registered e-mail ID and Mobile number, in case, Bank Account validation has failed.

11. Will I get any intimation, in case, Bank Account validation is successfully verified?

Yes, you will receive SMS and e-mail on your registered e-mail ID and Mobile number, in case, Bank Account validation is successfully verified.

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