How to find UTR number?

Modified on Mon, 24 Jan 2022 at 06:14 PM

UTR Number is what you get for each transaction you made through IMPS, UPI and NEFT. You can find this in your bank transaction confirmation SMS or in your bank statement. 

If you are still unable to find your UTR number, contact our support team through ticket or WhatsApp.

A UTR number (Unique Taxpayer Reference number) is a 10-digit code assigned by HMRC to individual taxpayers and businesses who must file a tax return. 

The UTR number is sometimes referred to as a 'tax reference' by HMRC. UTR is an abbreviation for Unique Transaction Reference number. 

In India, it is used to identify a specific transaction. It is a one-of-a-kind number generated by the bank that facilitates the transfer in order to identify any fund transfer.

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