TDS Return is a quarterly statement which has to be submitted to the Income Tax Department of India. TDS Return is required to be filed by the assesses who has taken the TAN Number. TDS Returns are required to be filed quarterly. The form in which these quarterly returns have to be submitted is specific to the nature of deduction.
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The steps for Filing the TDS Return are:-
Once your TDS Return is filed to the department then you can track the status on the link given below:-
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Return, which comprises of Only Zero / Nil deductions in deduction details and no Challan details (Apart from a NIL Challan Indication), is called NIL Return.Who is required to file e- TDS/ TCS Return?
As per Income Tax Act 1961, all corporate and government deductors/ collectors are compulsory required to file their TDS/TCS returns on electronic media. However, deductors/ collectors other than corporate/government can file either in physical or in electronic form.Will the TIN- FC give any acknowledgement/receipt after acceptance of e-TDS/ TCS return?
If the e- TDS/ TCS return file is complete in all aspects, TIN-FC will issue a provisional receipt to you. The provisional receipt issued by TIN-FC is deemed to be the proof of e- TDS/TCS return filed by you.What will be the consequences if I do not file TDS/TCS statement within due date?
There will be a levy of Rs.200 per day under section 234E of the IT Act, 1961 from the due date till the date when the statement is filed.Is there any penalty for non filing of TDS/TCS statements?
Yes, If TDS/TCS statement is not filed for one year from the due date of filing, there would be a penalty of minimum of Rs.10,000 to 1,00,000 for not filing TDS/TCS statement under section 271H of the IT Act,1961.