Many users get confused regarding online payment of TDS/TCS and same way if there is any outstanding demand against our TAN then how to resolve it. Hence today I come up with this article which wil give you the clarity regarding online payment of TDS and outstanding demand payment.
1. Tax Applicable: This column has two options:
2. Assessment Year.
3. TAN No., Name and Address
4. Type of Payment:
Note: In case of Online Demand Payment Deductor can select Minor Head 400 ( TDS/TCS Regular Assessment ). For TDS/TCS payment Deductor can select Minor Head 200 ( TDS/TCS payable by Taxpayer).
5. Nature of Payment: Deductor has to select Section Code as per the section under which TDS/TCS is deducted
Go to www.tin–nsdl .com website .
Step 1: Click on “e- payment Pay Taxes Online” available at home page under “Services” tab.
Step 2: Select Challan ITNS 281 for Demand payment from the list. Challan ITNS-281 Form will appear.
Step 3: Select Major Head (0020/0021), Enter valid 10-digit Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number (TAN), Assessment Year, Address. Minor Head/Type of Payment (200/400), Nature of payment, Mode of Payment & Bank Name then Click on “Proceed” button.
Step 4: Confirmation Screen will appear to confirm the details entered in Challan . On Confirming the details entered in Challan. Click on “Submit to Bank” button.
Step 5: Deductor will be re-directed to the Internet- Banking site of the bank. Enter the User- ID and Password provided by the bank.
Step 6: Enter payment details at Bank website and make the TDS payment.
Note: On Successful payment, A Challan counterfoil will be generated containing Challan Identification Number (CIN), payment details and Bank Name through which e- Payment has been made. This counterfoil is proof of payment being made.
Brief steps to check total online outstanding demand are as under:
Step 1: Login on Traces website as deductor.
Step 2: Click on “Dashboard”.
Step 3: After clicking on “Dashboard”. There is a tab of “Total Outstanding Demand”.
Step 4: Click on “Total Outstanding Demand” demand table will appear on the screen,
Step 5: User can view the “Default Summary” across quarters and form types in a financial year.
Step 6: User can click on particular quarter and can proceed with Online correction by clicking on the link “Request for Correction”.
(Republished with Amendments by Team Taxguru)