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THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU REGISTER-TAX DEDUCTED SOURCE

TDS stands for Tax Deducted at Source, and it is needed to be deducted when making payments to parties at a certain rate. The income tax department has set a specific rate of deduction and a threshold limit on which it is needed to be deducted for certain identified expenses/payments.

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INTRODUCTION

TDS or Tax Deducted at Source is a specific amount which is deducted when a certain payment like salary, commission, rent, interest, professional fees, etc is made. The person who makes the payment deducts tax at source, and the person who receives a payment/income has the liability to pay tax. It lowers tax evasion because tax will be collected at the time of making a payment. Each business, whether a startup or a current organization, is sure to incur a few costs or to make payments to its parties regardless of its size and scale. Accordingly TDS provisions apply to all types and size of organizations. It applies in a similar way to a proprietor, firm, LLP or an organization registered under the companies, Act. 2013. The payment of expense by a person is an Income in the hands of the recipient. Accordingly the payer is under an obligation to deduct the tax at pertinent rates while making payment to the party. For little payments, the provision of TDS doesn't have any significant bearing until it surpasses the threshold limit as recommended. It must be noted that the TDS is applicable only on the specified payment and after it reaches the threshold limit. The most widely recognized kinds of expenses on which TDS is applicable is given hereunder.

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Key Points of TDS Deduction & Payment

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Payment of TDS Deducted

The tax deducted at source (TDS) while making payment to parties for qualified costs should be kept before seventh of next month. For instance, the TDS deducted in November 2017 is payable prior to 7th December 2017. The challan number for setting aside TDS installment is 281. While making TDS Payment care should be exercised while choosing the appropriate section/nature of the payment.

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Filing of TDS Return

Subsequent to making the payment of TDS to the income tax, the taxpayer is needed to file a quarterly return where the TDS kept is planned against the PAN of the individual from which TDS was deducted. The TDS Return is filed before the 30th of the month succeeding the quarter. For instance, the first quarter closes on 30th June, consequently the TDS Return should be submitted before 30th July.

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Interest on Non -Deduction of TDS

At the point when a person while making a payment for which he should have deducted TDS fails in deducting TDS or deducts an amount, not exactly the necessary amount then in such cases, the deductor is liable to pay an interest @ 1% per month or part of the month, till the date on which TDS is deducted. Consequently, a businessperson should be reasonable while making payment to parties and make sure that TDS is deducted.

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Interest on NON Payment of TDS

The TDS deducted by a person should be deposited within the seventh day of the following month. Any non-fulfillment or postponement in depositing the TDS is punishable under section 271 C or/and Section 276 B. The defaulter is further liable to pay interest on deferred payment at the rate of 1.5% per month or part thereof. There is no arrangement in law where the interest can be deferred; thus the assessee ought to be exceptionally cautious.

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The Consequence of Non - Compliance

The non-compliance of TDS provisions is a grave offence and is punishable under section 271 (C) of the Income Tax Act 1961, wherein the minimum penalty is 10,000 which can go up to Rs. 1,00,000/-. Further section 276B applies to all such cases where a willful default is established, in all those cases the punishment is 3 Years rigorous imprisonment which can go up to seven years.

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Other Consequence of Default on TDS

The expenses on which TDS was needed to be deducted will be disallowed as an expense under section 40(a) while computing the total taxable income. To comprehend it immediately we should take an illustration of business where the income is 10 lac and the expenses are also 10 lac, then effectively there will be zero income and hence, zero income tax. However, on the off chance that the TDS isn't deducted, the tax will be three lacs (30% of 10 lac)

The expenses on which TDS was required to be deducted shall be disallowed as an expense under section 40(a) while computing the total taxable income. To understand it quickly let’s take an example of business where the income is 10 lac and the expense is also 10 lac, then effectively there shall be zero income tax, However, if the TDS is not deducted then the tax shall be three lacs (30% of 10 lac).

TDS Rate Chart for The FY-2019-2020 (AY: 2020-21)

SECTIONNature of PaymetBasic Cut off (Rs.) Per AnnumIndividual and HUFOther Than Individual/HUFPAN is not Submitted
192 Payment of Salaries by Employers Slab Rate Slab Rate Not applicable 30%
192A Premature payment by PF Organization from EPF A/c (i.e. before 5 Years). 50,000 10% Not applicable 20%
193 Payment of Interest on Securities by company 10,000 10% 10% 20%
194 Payment of Dividend other than dividend as referred to Section 115O by company (i.e. Dividend on which Dividend Distribution Tax is not paid) 2,500 10% 10% 20%
194A Payment of Interest by bank 40,000 (Non Sr.Citizen) 50,000 (Sr. Citizen) 10% 10% 20%
194A Payment of Interest by others 5,000 10% 10% 20%
194B Payment of prize from Wining from Lotteries by any person. 10,000 30% 30% 30%
194B Payment of prize from Wining from Horse Race by any person. 10,000.00 30% 30% 30%
194C Payment to Contractors by any person. 30,000 (Single bill) or 1 Lakh aggregate bills during the year. 1% 2% 20%
194C Payment to Transporter Covered u/s. 44E and submit declaration in prescribed format. (i.e. owning less than 10 goods carriages) - 0 0 20%
194C Payment to Transporter not covered u/s. 44E (i.e. owning more than 10 goods carriages) 30,000 (Single bill ) or 75,000.00 aggregate bills during the year. 1% 2% 20%
194D Payment of Insurance Commission to agents by Insurance Company. 15,000 5% 10% 20%
194DA Payment in respect of maturity of Life Insurance Policy by Life Insurance Company. 1 Lakh 1% 1% 20%
194DE Payment to NRI sportsman or association by any person or organization - 20% 20% 20%
194EE Payment out of deposit under National Saving Scheme (NSS) 2,500 10% 10% 20%
194F Payment with respect to repurchase of units by Mutual Fund Companies. - 20% 20% 20%
194G Payment of Lottery Commission 15,000 5% 5% 20%
194H Payment of commission or Brokerage 15,000 5% 5% 20%
194I Payment of rent on land, building, furniture and fittings. 240,000 10% 10% 20%
194I Payment of rent on plant, machinery or equipments. 240,000 2% 2% 20%
194IB Payment made on account of transfer of immovable property other than agriculture land. 50 Lakh 1% 1% 20%
194IA Rent payable by individual not covered u/s. 194I for land, building, furniture and fittings 50,000 PM 5% 5% 20%
194J Payment of Professional Fees other than call centers 30,000 10% 10% 20%
194J Payment of Professional Fees to call centers. 30,000 2% 2% 20%
194LA Compensation on transfer of certain immoveable property than Agriculture Land 250,000 10% 10% 20%
SECTIONNATURE OF PAYMENTTCS RATE (%)
206C Scrap 1
206C Tendu Leaves 5
206C Timber obtained under a forest lease or other mode 2.5
206C Any other forest produce not being a timber or tendu leave 2.5
206C Alcoholic Liquor for human consumption 1
206C Parking Lot, Toll Plaza, Mining and Quarrying 2
206C Minerals, being coal or lignite or iron ore (applicable from July 1, 2012) 1
206C Sale of motor vehicle of the value exceeding
Rs. 10 Lacs (wef 01.06.2016) Motor vehicle clause not applicable on Central Government,
a State Government, an embassy, a High Commission,
Legation, Commission, Consulate and the Trade Representation of a foreign State; Local Authority;
a Public Sector Company which is engaged in the business of carrying passengers (wef 01.04.2017)
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Note TDS deducted in a month is required to be paid before 7th day of next month. While making TDS mention correct section in the challan number 281. For TDS payment use separate challan while making payment for specific type (section). Interest on Late Payment is- 1.5% per month or part thereof, The penalty on Late filing of TDS Return is Rs. 200 per day, however it is limited to the TDS amount.

Due Date of Payment of TDS & FIling of TDS Return

SL.NO.PARTICULARDUE DATETYPE OF EVENT
1 Payment of TDS deducted under various sections of the income tax act Before 7th day of Next Month Monthly
2 1st Quarter TDS Return ( 1st April to 30th June) 31st July Quarterly
3 2nd Quarter TDS Return ( 1st July to 30th September) 31st October Quarterly
4 3rd Quarter TDS Return ( 1th October to 31st December) 31st January Quarterly
5 4th Quarter TDS Return ( 1st January to 31st March) 31st May Quarterly

Note TDS deducted in a month is required to be paid before 7th day of next month. While making TDS mention correct section in the challan number 281. For TDS payment use separate challan while making payment for specific type (section). Interest on Late Payment is- 1.5% per month or part thereof, The penalty on Late filing of TDS Return is Rs. 200 per day, however it is limited to the TDS amount.

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