CPC Defaults in Quarterly TDS Statements exceeding Rs.10 Crore from FY 2007-08 to Q1, FY 2016-17

CPC (TDS) has issued a communication regarding outstanding defaults in quarterly TDS returns exceeding Rs.10 Crore from Financial Year 2007-08 to Quarter 1, Financial Year 2016-17.

The issued communication has been given below:

Date of communication: 23/08/2016

Dear Deductor (TAN -XXXXXXXXX)

Centralized Processing Centre (TDS) has observed from its records that as on 2nd August, 2016, there are outstanding Defaults in quarterly TDS Statements submitted by you during Financial Year 2007-08 to Q1, FY 2016-17.

The details of outstanding Defaults for the respective Financial Years are as follows:

Financial Year Total Default Amount (Rs.)

Action to be taken:

  • Please download the latest Justification Reports from our web portal TRACES to view details of outstanding demand.
  • If required, please use Challan ITNS 281 to pay the demand with your relevant Banker.
  • Please submit a Correction statement without any further loss of time for closure of the outstanding demand.
  • Online Corrections facility on TRACES can be used to submit corrections to pay off/ close the demand. To avail the facility, please Login to TRACES and navigate to Defaults tab to locate Request for Correction from the drop-down list. You can refer to our e-tutorials for necessary help.
  • In case of Short Payment Defaults due to Unmatched Challans, please use Tag Unmatched Challan facility using Online Corrections.
  • In case of Short Payment Defaults due to Insufficient Challans, please use Move Deductee facility using Online Corrections. With use of this feature, a portion of the Deductee Rows can now be moved to any other Unconsumed OLTAS challan with adequate balance.

For any assistance, you can raise a ticket for resolution Online at TRACES or call on 1800 103 0344. CPC (TDS) is committed to provide best possible services to you.


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Source: TRACES

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