TDS Return Filing

Tax Deducted at Source or is a Direct Tax, it is the source of collecting tax for the government of India. When a business transaction takes place. TDS needs to be deducted at the time money is credited to payees account or at the time of payment.
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At the time of payment of salaries or any business transactions TDS needs to be deducted at a fixed percentage, the deducted TDS amount needs to be deposited to Income Tax Department. Trough TDS portion of tax is automatically be paid to the income Tax Department. TDS is deducted usually over a range of 1%-30%.

Apart from depositing the amount to the government the diductor shall file for TDS return. It is a quarterly statement given to the Income tax department of India. It is mandatory to submit TDS Returns on time for the diductors.

The TDS return needs to be filed through 4 return forms as given below.
  1. Form 24Q: This form is for statement for TDS from salaries.
  2. Form 26Q: This form is for all statements for TDS except salaries.
  3. Form 27Q: This form is for statement for TDS from additional income like interest, dividends, or any other amount payable to NRI (foreigners).
  4. Form 27EQ: This form is for statement for TCS (tax collected at source).
Amount deducted as a TDS in a month needs to filed with government on or before 7th of the next month.

Benefits of TDS Return Filing

  • It reduces the burden of paying lump-sum amount of tax in one go, and it helps in spreading the entire tax payment over a number.
  • Facilitates a smooth collection of taxes used for welfare.
  • A steady inflow of income to the government.
  • Checklist/Requirements

    1. TAN Number and details
    2. PAN Number
    3. Last TDS filing details (if applicable)
    4. The period of which TDS returns needs to be filed
    5. Date of incorporation of the entity
    6. No of transactions and their details for filing TDS return
    7. Name of the entity

    Process of TDS Return Filing

    Step 1: Client to share required documents and invoices

    Step 2: Calculation of tax liability

    Step 3: Uploading information

    Step 4: Generation of Challan

    Step 5: Making the payment

    Step 6: OTP Verification

    Step 7: Filing for returns

    Step 8: Sharing the deliverables

    Key Deliverables

    1. Filed return copy
    2. Payment Challan

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    TAN is an alphanumeric 10-digit number required by a person who is liable to deduct TDS and file TDS return. Thus, such a person must make an application within a month of deducting TDS for allotment of Tax Deduction and Collection Number (TAN).
    Payment can be done using net banking online on NSDL by selecting Challan 281. The TDS payments should be made before filing the TDS return. e-payment is compulsory for all Corporate assesses and non-corporate assesses who are liable for audit.
    You will need to file your income tax return in the appropriate ITR applicable for you to get a refund of TDS in case there is scope.
    The Act clearly says that a return for TDS has to be filed for deductions. If there is no deduction, then TDS return need not be filed and no one should compel you to file it.
    Considering that Form 16A is a TDS certificate for income sources other than one’s salary, it would not be generated in case of an individual whose TDS has never been deducted.