TDS and TCS under GST TDS and TCS provisions will be applicable under GST will be applicable from 1st October, 2018 with TCS rates declared at 1% of net taxable supplies.

By | September 24th, 2018|Categories: TCS, TDS, TDS Laws, TDS Rates|Tags: , , , |

The Central Board of Indirect Taxation and Customs (CBIC) announced TDS and TCS under GST to be applicable from the 1st of July, 2018. However, as a measure to give a relaxation period, CBIC extended the date to 1st October 2018. The board also declared the tax rates for net supplies. Read on to find out. [...]

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Section 194IB: TDS on payment of rent by Individual or HUF

By | July 28th, 2017|Categories: TDS Laws|

TDS on payment of rent by Individual or HUF is covered under the Section 194IB of the Income Tax Act. This section was inserted because the government felt that income through payment of rent by Individual or HUF should be covered under TDS Deduction. This article discusses all the aspects of TDS on payment of rent by [...]

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TDS on interest of Fixed & Recurring Deposits

By | July 19th, 2017|Categories: TDS, TDS Laws|

When we talk about TDS on interest then interest comes either from your savings account which is not eligible for TDS on FD/RD. RD is basically a kind of Fixed Deposits (FD) which deposited in the bank at regular installments as per the scheme. While FDs are for those who have a large sum to secure, RDs are [...]

Responsibility of TDS deductor

By | July 19th, 2017|Categories: Return Filing, TDS Certificate, TDS Laws, TDS Rates|

The article will tell us some of the duties of TDS deductor who is deducting the  tax and deposit to the government account is required to follow: Tds Deductor is required to deduct tax at correct rate and deposit it in Government Account Every person is responsible for deducting the tax at source, at the time [...]

Implications for Non Compliance with TDS Provisions

By | July 18th, 2017|Categories: TDS Laws|

The non compliance with TDS provisions attracts different types of penalties if a person fails to deduct or pay TDS on the payment for which he was required to deducted TDS. TDS is required to be deducted in the specified cases as per the provisions of the Act. TDS is however collected as a means in order [...]

Section 194J: TDS on Professional Fee

By | July 18th, 2017|Categories: Return Filing, Return Filing Forms, TDS, TDS Laws, TDS Rates|

Section 194J of the  Income Tax Act of 1961, states that An individual should deduct TDS on professional fees paid by him to a resident exceeding Rs. 30,000/- Deductor Deductor of TDS on professional fees is a person (other than individual or HUF who is not liable to audit under section 44AB) who is paying to resident: Fees [...]

Section 194H: TDS on Commission Income

By | July 18th, 2017|Categories: Return Filing, Return Filing Forms, TDS, TDS Laws, TDS Rates|

As per Section 194H of the Income Tax Act, TDS on commission income is required to be deducted by every person who is making the payment of such commission or brokerage. Deductor For the purposes of section 194H, a deductor is a person who is making the payment in the form of commission or brokerage to [...]

Section 197: TDS Exemption Certificate

By | July 17th, 2017|Categories: Return Filing, Return Filing Forms, TDS, TDS Laws, TDS Rates|

Introduction Section 197 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 provides for the facility of NIL or Lower tax rate deduction of TDS (or TDS exemption). This section strikes a delicate balance between the requirement of cash flow to the taxpayer and realizing the government dues at the earliest. We all know that, TDS is a method of [...]