The CBDT has finally come out with a much awaited Press Release relating to the new TDS rules. All of us were anxiously waiting for some news about the Unique Transaction Numbers that are required to be generated with effect from 1st July, 2009.

Today, the CBDT has issued a Press Release in which it has been stated that the Notification No. 31 of 2009 dated 25.3.2009 amending or substituting Rules 30, 31, 31A and 31AA of the Income Tax Rules, 1962 shall be kept in abeyance for the time being.

The text of the Press Release is reproduced below for ready reference.

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PRESS RELEASE

New Delhi dated 30th June 2009

The Central Board of Direct Taxes have further decided that the Notification No. 31 of 2009 dated 25.3.2009 amending or substituting Rules 30, 31, 31A and 31AA of the Income Tax Rules, 1962 shall be kept in abeyance for the time being.

Taxpayers filing their income tax returns for assessment year (AY) 2009-10, or any other earlier AY, may continue to file their returns without mentioning the Unique Transaction Number (UTN) as required under the said Notification. The filing of such returns shall be treated as valid and in compliance to the requirements under section 139 of the Income Tax Act, 1961.

Further, the date from which the Notification No. 31 / 2009 shall become applicable on tax deducted at source (TDS) or tax collected at source (TCS) and deposited during the current financial year shall be notified by the Central Board of Direct Taxes subsequently.

All deductors / collectors of TDS / TCS may continue to deposit their TDS / TCS and file their quarterly TDS / TCS returns as per procedure existing prior to issuance of Notification No.31 / 2009 dated 25.3.2009.

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0 responses to “New TDS Rules related to mentioning of Unique Transaction Number(UTN) in ITR kept in abeyance”

  1. muthu says:

    regarding UTN, the CBDT has come out with a temporary solution. but what about the new form-17 for remittance of TDS into government a/c.

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