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    Who is liable?

    A person who is liable to deduct tax at source has to file the TDS return as part of compliance.

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    A TDS return is submitted by Tax Deductor in respect of every quarter with the Income Tax Department.


    The return is a statement that entails the details of the tax collected, source of collection and tax paid to Government for the reporting period.


    PAN and Aadhaar Card

    Both PAN and Aadhaar Card of all Indian Shareholders and Directors

    Identity Proof

    Either Voter ID, Passport, or Driving License of the Shareholders and Directors.

    Proof of Address

    Copy of the latest Telephone Bill, Electricity Bill, or Bank Account Statement of the Shareholders and Directors

    Business Address Proof

    Either of the latest Utility Bill (Electricity, Telephone, Gas, Water) or Property Tax Bill of the registered office address. Rent agreement and NOC from the owner in case of rented property

    Benefits of filing TDS Return

    Avoiding Penalty

    By submitting your TDS return on time, you can stay out of trouble with the law and avoid penalties and legal action.

    Claiming TDS Credit

    When filing an income tax return, it's critical to file a TDS return in order to claim TDS credit against the total tax liability.

    Transparency and Accountability

    Filing TDS returns helps to prevent tax evasion by maintaining transparency and accountability in tax collection.

    Maintaining Accurate Records

    Filing TDS returns helps to keep accurate records of the tax deducted and deposited, which can be useful during tax audits or assessments.

    Documents Required


    A unique 10-digit alphanumeric code issued to entities that deduct or collect tax on behalf of the government.

    Tax Paid Receipt

    A proof of payment for taxes made to the government.

    Details of tax deducted

    Information regarding the amount of tax deducted at source.

    Details of Supplies

    Comprehensive information regarding goods and services supplied or received.


    Details of Supplies

    Collection of the information from the details shared by you

    Documentation and reconciliation of the information filed

    Preparation and Filing of TDS return

    Acknowledgment of Filing the return


    The due date for filing TDS returns

    For the first three quarters (April to December), the due date is on or before the 31st of the following month in which tax was deducted.

    For the last quarter (January to March), the due date is on or before the 31st of May of the following financial year.

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    Any assessee deducting tax from a source must file the TDS return. Unless one has deducted tax, a requirement to file TDS return does not arise.


    As the name says, TDS is collected on source of income and therefore the frequency of collection is as frequent as the transactions are. This makes track of deduction difficult. Therefore, a certificate on the letterhead of the deductor is issued to deductee for the TDS payment. Individuals are advised to request for TDS certificate wherever applicable, if not already provided.


    The taxpayer failed to file TDS return before due date has to pay ₹ 200 per day of delay in filing as an additional fee. Apart from an additional fee, the penalty can be levied u/s 271H of Income Tax Act. The minimum penalty prescribed is ₹ 10,000 which may extend to One Lakh Rupees.


    Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) must be deposited through banks using Challan 281 quoting the TAN number of the entity. The deadline for payment of TDS is the 7th day of each month.


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