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Payment of Income-Tax dues

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MUMBAI: The Income-Tax department has authorised 844 computerised branches of public sector and private sector banks in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai to accept payment of income-tax dues. Among these branches, 790 belong to the public sector, 23 to HDFC Bank, nine to ICICI Bank, 13 to UTI Bank and nine to IDBI Bank.

The Reserve Bank of India has advised income-tax assesses to pay their tax dues at any of the designated branches and avoid last-minute rush at the RBI's /designated banks' counters.

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