CBDT Income Tax PAN TDS Traces

Section 194LC: TDS on Income by way of Interest from an Indian Company or a Business Trust

Deductor- The Indian Company or a business trust paying interest income Deductee- A non-resident, not being a company, or to a foreign company Time of Deduction- At the time of credit or payment, whichever is earlier. Rate of TDS- 5%. In addition to the same, the Education Cess and SHE Cess is to be added […]

Income Tax PAN TCS TDS Traces

Coexistence of TDS 194Q and TCS 206C(1H) after Budget of 2021

Section 194Q – TDS on Purchase of Goods limits the scope and applicability of the Section 206C(1H) – TCS on Sale of Goods as the Second Proviso to Section 206C(1H) states that if the buyer deducts tax as per any other provision on the goods purchased by him, no tax shall be collected on the same […]

Income Tax TDS

Allocation of Interest in TDS Returns

For delayed payment of TDS or delayed deduction, the deductor needs to pay interest for these delays. The interest is paid in through Challan / Book Entry similar to TDS payments. While preparing TDS Returns, one needs to ‘allocate’ the interest component from each Challan. Unless this is explicitly not allocated / specified, the Department […]

Income Tax NSDL TDS Traces

TDS Deduction on EPF Interest (New Rule)

Employee Provident Fund (EPF) was earlier not subject to tax and was tax-free in the hands of the employee. When a contribution was made, the employee could claim an income tax deduction under section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961 against such contribution up to INR 1.5 lakhs. Employee Provident Fund (EPF) was not […]


TDS Applicability U/S 194Q On Purchased Goods

In the Finance Act of 2021, the Indian government inserted Section 194Q. The Indian government’s intention behind enacting this law was to generate a trail of high-value purchases and sales of products.  What is Section 194Q? As per this new provision 194Q, a buyer of the goods needs to deduct the TDS if the product […]

CBDT Income Tax NSDL TCS TDS Traces

Significance of the ‘REMARKS’ in TDS Returns

For the different payment types, as per applicability, standard TDS rates are specified. Under certain provisions of the Act, there could be deviation from this standard deduction rate. The ‘Remarks’ column in the TDS Return is used when; either higher or lower deduction is applicable. If standard rate is being used, the ‘Remarks’ column normally […]

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