NEW FVU Files released by TIN-NSDL

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New File Validation Utilities – FVU 3.4 & 2.132 has  been released pertaining to validation of eTDS & eTCS returns.

FVU 3.4 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements pertaining to FY 2010-11 onwards & FVU 2.132 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements pertaining up to FY 2009-10.

Key features of File Validation Utility (FVU) version 3.4:

  • FVU 3.4 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements pertaining to FY 2010-11 onwards.
  • Deductor can now quote the Date of deduction beyond the quarter.
  • FVU version 3.4 will be applicable with immediate effect.

Key features of File Validation Utility (FVU) version 2.132

  • FVU 2.132 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements (regular and correction) up to FY 2009-10.
  • Deductor can now quote the Date of deduction beyond the quarter.
  • FVU 2.132 will be applicable with immediate effect.
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Declaration for No TDS on Interest under Senior Citizens Savings Scheme – Clarification

The Government has issued followed clarification regarding Senior Citizens Saving Scheme:

  1. An individual resident in Indian of sixty-five years of age or above may furnish a declaration in Form No. 15H to the bank/post office if the tax on his estimated income for the financial year is nil.
  2. A declaration in Form No. 15G can be furnished by a depositor of less than sixty-five years of age if-
  • The tax on his estimated total income for the financial year is nil, and
  • The aggregate amount of interest credited or paid or likely to be credited or paid during the during the financial year is not more than the maximum amount which is not chargeable to tax (Rs. 1, 00, 000 for male taxpayer and Rs. 1, 35, 000 for a woman taxpayer)

Note:Both the above conditions are required to be fulfilled. The information relating to deposits under the Senior Citizen Saving Scheme, 2004 may be given by the depositors inSchedule III of Form No. 15G

  1. On furnishing of a declaration in Form No.15H or Form No. 15G to the bank/post office, no deduction of tax shall be made by the bank/post office.
  2. In suitable cases a certificate for lower dedication or no deduction of tax at source under section 197 (1) may also be obtained by the depositors from their Assessing Officers.

Bank and post offices have been advised that such portion of the tax not deduction by them during 2004-05 and 2005-06, which has been paid directly by the depositors as advancetax or self-assessment tax or otherwise and for which necessary evidence is furnished by the depositors to the from the post office, will not be recovered by the Income-tax Department form the bank/post office. Similarly, to the extent of the amount for which declaration in Form Nos. 15H and 15G as well as certificate under section 197 (1) are available with the bank/post office, the department would not make recovery from the bank/post office.

The interest accruing on the deposits held under the Senior Citizen Saving Scheme, 2004 is taxable as per the provision of the Income-tax Act, 1961 and is also liable for Tax Deductionat Source (TDS) as per provisions of section 194A of the Act.

Clarifications has been sough form the Government as to whether declaration made by the depositors under SCSS in Form No. 15H and Form No. 15G of the Income-tax Rules may be accepted by the bank and post officers. Moreover, clarification had been sought on the recovery of TDS pertaining to financial year 2004-05 and 2005-06 in the current year. After examination of the issue the Government has issued the above clarification.

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TDS credit to be allowed if difference between TDS claim and TDS in AS-26 data does not exceed Rs. One lakh

TDS credit to be allowed if difference between the TDS claim and matching TDS amount reported in AS-26 data does not exceed Rs. One lac.

Section 143 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 Assessment  General Processing of returns of assessment year 2011-12  Steps to clear backlog

Instruction No. 01/2012 [F.NO.225/34/2011-ITA.II], dated 2-2-2012
The issue of processing of returns for the Asst. Year 2011-12 and giving credit for TDS has been considered by the Board. In order to clear backlog of returns, the following decisions have been taken:
(i) In all returns (ITR-1 to ITR-6), where the difference between the TDS claim and matching TDS amount reported in AS-26 data does not exceed Rs. One lac, the TDS claim may be accepted without verification.
(ii) Where there is zero TDS matching, TDS credit shall be allowed only after due verification. However, in case of returns of ITR-1 and ITR-2, credit may be allowed in full, even if there is zero matching, if the total TDS claimed is Rs. Five thousand or lower.
(iii) Where there are TDS claims with invalid TAN, TDS credit for such claims are not to be allowed.
(iv) In all other cases, TDS credit shall be allowed after due verification.

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