TDS Return Filing

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TDS, or tax deducted at source, is the tax collected by the government of India at the moment a transaction occurs. In this scenario, the tax must be deducted when the funds are deposited to the payee's account or when the payment is made, whichever occurs first. When a pay check transfer or a life insurance policy is made, tax is deducted at the moment the payment is made. This sum is subsequently deposited with the Income-tax Department by the deductor. A portion of the tax is paid directly to the IT department via TDS. The usual range a tax is deducted will be of 10%.

TAN/TDS and Collection Number

The TAN, or Tax Deduction and Collection Number, is a ten-digit alpha number that must be received by everyone who is in charge of Tax Deduction at Source or Tax Collection at Source on behalf of the government. The individual who deducted the tax at source must pay the deduction to the Central Government using his TAN number. No salaried person is asked to obtain TAN or they won’t be affected by the tax deduction at the source.

Throughout the hands of one person proprietorship firms and other organisations, tax must be deducted at the source when certain payments are made, such as salaries, payments to contractors, and rent payments above Rs.1,80,000 per year. We, Licence Centre can assist you in obtaining TAN registrations. TDS returns must be filed quarterly by businesses with TAN registration. TDS returns may be filed online with Licence Centre. Our TDS specialists can assist you with calculating TDS payments, filing TDS forms, and adhering to TDS regulations.

Due date of TDS Payment:

Q1 / 1st April - 30th June / On or before 31st July

Q2 / 1st July - 30th September / On or before 31st October

Q3 / 1st October - 31st December / On or before 31st January

Q4 / 1st January - 31st March / On or before 31st May

TDS forms

  1. TDS Form 24Q (Quarterly)

    An employer deducts TDS from an individual employee wages under Section 192 of the Income Tax Act of 1961. An employer must file a pay TDS return on Form 24Q, which must be filed quarterly. Form 24Q must include information about the salary given to workers as well as the TDS withheld from the payment. In other words, Form 24Q is a quarterly report of the employee's salary and the TDS taken by the deductor.

  2. TDS Form 26Q (Quarterly)

    On some situations, when a taxpayer pays taxes, the payee deducts TDS. Form 26Q is used to report TDS on payments other than wages. The document includes the total money paid throughout the quarter as well as the TDS amount deducted. Per quarter, Form 26Q must be filed.

  3. Form 27Q (Quarterly)

    Form 27Q is a TDS Return or Declaration which includes details on Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) deducted on payments made to Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) and foreigners other than wages. Every quarter, Form 27Q must be submitted sometime before the due date. Form 27Q includes information on payments made and TDS deducted by the deductor on cash payments to NRIs.

  4. Form 27EQ (Quarterly)

    Form 27EQ provides all information concerning tax collected at the source. This form must be filed quarterly, as per Section 206C of the Income Tax Act of 1961. Both corporate and government collectors and deductors must sign the application.

  5. Certification

    Following deduction of TDS, the deductor would issue a TDS certificate to the deductee. The deductee can double-check the tax credit by looking at a valid TDS certificate in the TDS certificate downloaded from TRACES, which does have a 7-digit specific certificate number and a TRACES watermark.

    Every deductee is required to keep the TDS certificates. TDS certificates for payments other than salaries are issued quarterly, while TDS certificates for salaries are issued annually.


    If somehow the deductee misplaces the certificate, he can seek a replica of the TDS certificate.


You are eligible if:

TDS returns could be filed by companies or workers that have obtained a Tax Collection and Deduction Number (TAN).

Every person who made the following payments is obliged by the Income Tax Act to deduct tax at the source and deposit the tax within the time frame provided for the below transactions:

  1. Income from Securities
  2. Income from winning lotteries/horse races or puzzles and others
  3. Salary payment
  4. Insurance commission
  5. Payment from National Saving Scheme and many others.

Applying TDS

TDS credit can be obtained by the deductor; however, in order to claim the TDS credit, the deductee must include the TDS information in his income tax filings.

When submitting an income tax return, the deductee should take care to include the right TDS certificate number and TDS information.

In the scenario that perhaps the deductee provides erroneous information, there will be a mismatch with the tax credit for processing the TDS returns.

Steps to file TDS return file

  1. Form 27A, which has several columns, must first be completed; if a paper copy of the form is completed, it must be validated together with the e-TDS return that has been filed online.
  2. The next step is to accurately fill out and tally the tax deducted at the source as well as the total amount paid.
  3. On Form 27A, the TAN of the organisations must be mentioned. If the TAN provided is wrong, the verification procedure will be hampered.
  4. The relevant challan number, manner of payment, and tax details must be provided while filing TDS returns. There will be a discrepancy if the challan number or payment date is wrong, and the TDS returns may have to be filed afresh.
  5. The basic form used for submitting e-TDS must be utilised to ensure uniformity. To facilitate the tallying procedure, the 7-digit BSR must be entered.
  6. TDS returns must be physically submitted to the TIN-FC. The NSDL is in charge of all TIN-FCs. In the event of online filing, they can be submitted on the NSDL TIN's official website. If TDS returns are filed electronically, the deductor must utilise a level 2 signature.
  7. If the evidence supplied is correct, a token number or provisional receipt will be issued. This indicates that the TDS return has been submitted.
  8. In the event of rejection, a non-acceptance memo is sent along with the cause for rejection, and the returns must be submitted afresh.

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