Form 26AS

Showing GSTR-3B Turnover In 26AS – An Opinion

Goods and Services Tax - Recently, one of the major changes implemented in the Income Tax system. Now in Form 26AS, the Turnover as per GSTR-3B will be reported. Now, let’s discuss the implication of the same by going through some logical sequence. JOURNEY OF GSTR – 3B Originally, GSTR-3B was introduced as temporary replacement of GSTR–3. It was not [&helli...

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Revised Form 26AS: All you need to know

Goods and Services Tax - However, the new revamped form 26AS will, in addition to these, also contain information which the Income Tax Department has obtained from various other sources such as Banking Company, Insurance Company, other listed Company, property registrar, GST department etc....

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New Form 26AS- Now a Financial Transaction Guide

Goods and Services Tax - Form 26AS is a consolidated annual tax statement that earlier included information on tax deducted/collected at source, advance tax, self-assessment that was available on the Income Tax website against a taxpayer's Permanent Account Number (PAN) and was known as the tax credit statement....

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New Form 26AS – The Game-Changer In Income-Tax

Goods and Services Tax - New Form 26AS – The Game-Changer In Income-Tax IMPLICATIONS TO ASSESSEES AND PROFESSIONALS IN THE FACELESS SCENARIO It seems to be a human trait not to divulge financial information to anybody outside their inner-circle.The experience of many tax professionals has been that similar restraint is observed by clients even in their cons...

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Govt. proposes to Add 11 New Transactions in Form 26AS

Goods and Services Tax - Proposal To Add 11 New Transactions In Form 26AS 1) Education related fees and donations above 1 lakh in a year. 2) Electricity bills of above 1 lakh in a year 3) Domestic business class air travel or foreign travel. 4) Hotel bills above Rs.20,000/- 5) Purchase of jewellery, white goods, paintings, marble, etc. above Rs.1la...

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New Form 26 AS Will Guide Taxpayers In E-Filing of Returns: CBDT

Goods and Services Tax - Improved Form 26AS will contain details of taxpayers’ high valued transactions Filing income tax returns could get even more easier and transparent for individual taxpayers from this assessment year. This is because the newly revamped Form 26AS—which is effective from June 1– will also contain the information on taxpayers high value...

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Major Achievements of CBDT in Current Financial Year 2016-17

Goods and Services Tax - Major Achievements of CBDT in Current Financial Year 2016-17 so far include among others Enactment of The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016, Implementation of The Direct Tax Dispute Resolution Scheme, 2016 and of GAAR from Assessment Year 2018-19;...

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CPC-TDS- Processing of TDS/ TCS statements may take 7 to 10 working days

Goods and Services Tax - CPC-TDS has informed on its website that Considering peak statement filing time, processing of TDS/ TCS statements might take 7 to 10 working days from date of filing. 90% of the statements filed till 15th Oct 2014 have been processed for 26AS....

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26AS Online views – crosses 22 Crores

Goods and Services Tax - CPC (TDS) is committed to contribute effectively in the nation building process through efficient tax administration and improved voluntary compliance. This is intended to be achieved by an enabling policy environment and augmenting the revenue mobilization apparatus under the law, while maintaining taxpayer confidence in the system. To a...

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Form AS Viewed for 5.69 Crore Times this Year

Goods and Services Tax - No. of times Form 26AS viewed 5.69 cr . No. Of distinct PANs for which Form 26AS viewed 1.38 cr . Statistics as on 23/08/2012...

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TDS Credit eligible in year in which Assessee shows relevant Income despite credit appearing in 26AS of next Year

Mahesh Software Systems Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Pune) - The issue under consideration is whether TDS will be granted in the year in which assessee has recorded the corresponding income even if the deposit of TDS is in next financial year?...

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Additions made without issuing show cause notice were invalid

Lal Construction Company Vs DCIT (ITAT Hyderabad) - Lal Construction Company Vs DCIT (ITAT Hyderabad) During the assessment proceedings u/s.143(3) of the of the Income Tax Act [Act], the Assessing Officer (AO) noticed that there is a difference between the total receipts offered to tax by the assessee and the receipts reflected in Form-26AS. The AO a...

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CPC Processing/Additions cannot go beyond Inst. No.10/2017

Sri Arthur Bernard Sebastine Vs DCIT (ITAT Bangalore) - CBDT's instruction No.10/2017 dated 15.11.2017 has clearly laid down that only when receipts are completely omitted to be declared in the return of income can there be an addition for invoking 143(1)(a)(vi) of the Act....

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Addition cannot be made for mere difference between form 26AS & P&L A/c

Sree Sankeswara Foundations and Investments Vs ACIT (ITAT Chennai) - Sree Sankeswara Foundations and Investments Vs ACIT (ITAT Chennai) The appellant namely M/s. Sree Sankeswara Foundations and Investments is a Partnership firm constituted under the Partnership Act.  It is engaged in the business of real estate. The return of income for the AY 2016-17 was filed. Aga...

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Addition cannot be made for mere credit in form 26AS without examination

i2i Telesource Pvt. Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Mumbai) - Where assessee claimed that there was wrong credit entry by payer-client in Form 26AS, AO was required to examine its genuineness before making any addition on account of mismatch between receipts reflected in Form 26AS and in profit and loss account. Thus, matter was remanded for re-adjudication....

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CBDT order on Upload of GST Return Information in Form 26AS

F.No.225/155/2020/ITA.II - (29/09/2020) - Director-General of Income-tax (Systems) to upload information relating to GST return, which is in his possession, in the Annual Information Statement in Form 26AS, within three months from the end of the month in which the information is received by him....

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New Form 26AS is the Faceless hand-holding of Taxpayers

Release ID: 1639593 - (18/07/2020) - The new Form 26AS is the faceless hand-holding of the taxpayers to e-file their income tax returns quickly and correctly. From this Assessment Year, taxpayers will see an improved Form 26AS which would carry some additional details on taxpayers’ financial transactions as specified in the Statement...

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CBDT notifies new Form 26AS [Annual Information Statement]

Notification No. 30/2020-Income Tax [G.S.R. 329(E)] - (28/05/2020) - Notification No. 30/2020– CBDT notifies new Form 26AS [Annual Information Statement] pursuant to Finance Act, 2020 and amendment, inserts new Rule 114-I to be effective from June 1st and omits Rule 31AB. Budget 2020-21 had introduced a new Section 285BB in the Income Tax Act to implement revis...

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Instruction for Processing of ITR-2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 with Form 26AS / 16A / 16

Instruction No. 10/2017 - (15/11/2017) - Total income or loss shall be computed after making adjustment for addition of income appearing in Form 26AS or Form 16A or Form 16 (the three Forms) which has not been included in computing the total income in the return....

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Procedure for furnishing and verification of Form 26A

DGIT Notification No. 11/2016-Income Tax - (02/12/2016) - CBDT notidfies Procedure for the purposes of furnishing and verification of Form 26A for removing of default of Short Deduction and/or Non Deduction of Tax at Source- Reg....

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Recent Posts in "Form 26AS"

Showing GSTR-3B Turnover In 26AS – An Opinion

Recently, one of the major changes implemented in the Income Tax system. Now in Form 26AS, the Turnover as per GSTR-3B will be reported. Now, let’s discuss the implication of the same by going through some logical sequence. JOURNEY OF GSTR – 3B Originally, GSTR-3B was introduced as temporary replacement of GSTR–3. It was not [&helli...

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TDS Credit eligible in year in which Assessee shows relevant Income despite credit appearing in 26AS of next Year

Mahesh Software Systems Pvt. Ltd. Vs ACIT (ITAT Pune)

The issue under consideration is whether TDS will be granted in the year in which assessee has recorded the corresponding income even if the deposit of TDS is in next financial year?...

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Additions made without issuing show cause notice were invalid

Lal Construction Company Vs DCIT (ITAT Hyderabad)

Lal Construction Company Vs DCIT (ITAT Hyderabad) During the assessment proceedings u/s.143(3) of the of the Income Tax Act [Act], the Assessing Officer (AO) noticed that there is a difference between the total receipts offered to tax by the assessee and the receipts reflected in Form-26AS. The AO after hearing the assessee, considered th...

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CBDT order on Upload of GST Return Information in Form 26AS

F.No.225/155/2020/ITA.II (29/09/2020)

Director-General of Income-tax (Systems) to upload information relating to GST return, which is in his possession, in the Annual Information Statement in Form 26AS, within three months from the end of the month in which the information is received by him....

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Revised Form 26AS: All you need to know

However, the new revamped form 26AS will, in addition to these, also contain information which the Income Tax Department has obtained from various other sources such as Banking Company, Insurance Company, other listed Company, property registrar, GST department etc....

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New Form 26AS- Now a Financial Transaction Guide

Form 26AS is a consolidated annual tax statement that earlier included information on tax deducted/collected at source, advance tax, self-assessment that was available on the Income Tax website against a taxpayer's Permanent Account Number (PAN) and was known as the tax credit statement....

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New Form 26AS – The Game-Changer In Income-Tax

New Form 26AS – The Game-Changer In Income-Tax IMPLICATIONS TO ASSESSEES AND PROFESSIONALS IN THE FACELESS SCENARIO It seems to be a human trait not to divulge financial information to anybody outside their inner-circle.The experience of many tax professionals has been that similar restraint is observed by clients even in their cons...

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Govt. proposes to Add 11 New Transactions in Form 26AS

Proposal To Add 11 New Transactions In Form 26AS 1) Education related fees and donations above 1 lakh in a year. 2) Electricity bills of above 1 lakh in a year 3) Domestic business class air travel or foreign travel. 4) Hotel bills above Rs.20,000/- 5) Purchase of jewellery, white goods, paintings, marble, etc. above Rs.1la...

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All about the New Form 26AS (Annual Information Statement)

Till Now, Form 26AS had always been an annual credit statement issued by the income tax department to help taxpayers cross-verify income earned, Tax deducted at Source (TDS) and tax deposited during a given financial year. In the new picture, Form 26AS will now be a complete profile of the taxpayer which will have comprehensive […]...

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Tax Credits in 26AS of TDS on Sale of Immovable Property

As per section 194IA of the Income Tax Act, buyer is required to deduct tax at source @1% of the amount paid/credited to the seller. Therefore, after processing of 26QB statements, the information will appear in 26AS of buyer & Seller. As we all are aware that now the format of Form 26AS has been […]...

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New Form 26 AS Will Guide Taxpayers In E-Filing of Returns: CBDT

Improved Form 26AS will contain details of taxpayers’ high valued transactions Filing income tax returns could get even more easier and transparent for individual taxpayers from this assessment year. This is because the newly revamped Form 26AS—which is effective from June 1– will also contain the information on taxpayers high value...

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New Form 26AS

1. CONCEPT OF FORM 26AS Form 26AS is the consolidated annual tax credit statement issued by income tax department. It  contain information about tax deducted by employer, banks and other persons, tax collected on sale made to buyer, refund given, self-assessment tax and advance tax taxes paid, details of high value transactions and TDS d...

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New Disclosure Asked or Added in ITR and Form 26AS

A) Income Tax New disclosures asked in the new ITR forms are: 1. House ownership: Individual taxpayers who are joint owners of house property cannot file ITR 1 or 2. Passport: One needs to disclose the Passport number if held by the This is to be furnished both in ITR 1-Sahaj and ITR 4-Sugam. Hopefully, […]...

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What type of transactions to be reported in New Form 26AS

On 18th of July, 2020, CBDT issued a press release on New Form 26AS. Now, Form 26AS will not only for TDS, TCS or other taxes paid but will also show high value transactions of taxpayers. What type of transactions to be reported in New Form 26AS. S. N. Nature and value of transactions 1 a) Purchasing […]...

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Beware: IT Department through New Form 26AS has almost all information about your transactions

Beware: IT Department through New Form 26AS has almost all information about your transactions There was a time when the IT department only knew what the taxpayer disclosed in his return of income & whatever was gathered from the scanty books of account produced during the course of assessment. The accounts were maintained manually in...

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New Form 26A introduced by CBDT

Faceless hand-holding of the Taxpayers Government of India, Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance and Central Board of Direct Taxes has came out with a New Form 26AS which is the Faceless hand-holding of the Taxpayers to provide full details of their financial transactions. Aim is to prevent suppression of information by taxpayers. ...

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New Form 26AS is the Faceless hand-holding of Taxpayers

Release ID: 1639593 (18/07/2020)

The new Form 26AS is the faceless hand-holding of the taxpayers to e-file their income tax returns quickly and correctly. From this Assessment Year, taxpayers will see an improved Form 26AS which would carry some additional details on taxpayers’ financial transactions as specified in the Statement of Financial Transactions (SFTs) in var...

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How to meet your TDS Obligations?- Tax Deductee’s Guide

On verification of Form No. 26AS, if there is any inconsistency between the TDS details as provided by the deductor and TDS details available with the Government records (i.e. mismatch) then the deductee should intimate the same to the deductor. Mismatch in tax credit status of a deductee is because of : Non-quoting of PAN […]...

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Form 26AS -Annual Information Statement- Section 285BB

Form 26AS -Annual Information Statement- Section 285BB of Income Tax Act 1961 The Government of India has introduced new section 285BB vide Finance Act, 2020 replacing existing section 203AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 which mandates the prescribed income-tax authority or the person authorized by such authority to upload in the registered...

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New disclosure asked or added in ITR & Form 26AS

1. Income Tax New disclosures asked in the new ITR forms 1 to 7 are: i. House ownership: Individual taxpayers who are joint owners of house property cannot file ITR 1 or ITR4. ii. Passport: One needs to disclose the Passport number if held by the taxpayer. This is to be furnished both in ITR […]...

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All you wanted to know about new 26 AS form

We all have been familiar with form no. 26AS where we verify details of tax deducted by our employer. Likewise for retired and pensioners the details of tax deducted by the bank also reflect here. The form no. 26AS has the details of all the tax deducted and collected from our income. It also has […]...

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Due date for filing Revise TDS Return?

On filling income tax return, one of the crucial part is to fill the TDS claim during the relevant financial year which should be match with TDS Credit reflects in Form 26AS. On non-matching of TDS claimed with TDS credit reflected in Form 26AS, demand will be raised by IT department on processing of return under section 143(1) of Income ...

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Online Correction in Form 26QB Challan (TDS on Sale of Property)

The Finance Bill 2013 has proposed that purchaser of an immovable property (other than rural agricultural land) worth Rs 50 lakh or more is required to pay withholding tax at the rate of 1% from the consideration payable to a resident transferor. Form 26QB is an internet based PAN challan( minor head 800) containing details of buyer, Sell...

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What information does Income Tax Department have about you? Individual Transaction Statements Vis a Vis Form 26AS

Income Tax is one of the most prevalent and the long standing tax in India accumulating more than 50% of revenue from taxes for the Central Government. Income tax is contributed by corporates as well as individuals. Surprisingly, a mere 2-3% of the individual population in India actually pays income tax. However, over the recent […...

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Form 26AS in its new Aatmanirbhar Avtar

Budget 2020-21 introduced section 285BB in the Income-Tax Act to implement revised Form 26AS and include all information concerning taxpayer with the Income Tax during the year (Making it a ONE STOP)....

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Bigger & Bolder Form 26AS- Annual Information Statement

In its new avatar, the new 'bigger and bolder Form 26AS, would be more of an 'Annual Information Statement' which will have comprehensive information on taxes paid, details of pending and completed income tax proceedings, status of income tax demand and refund along with details of specified financial transactions like purchase of shares ...

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Update on Annual Financial Statement – Form 26AS

1. CBDT vide Notification No. 30/2020-Income Tax/G.S.R. 329(E) May 28, 2020 amended Form 26AS in Sec 285BB w.e.f. 01.06.2020. 2. Key takeaways are: 3. New form 26AS will also provide information in respect of ‘Specified financial transactions’ which include transactions of purchase/ sale of goods, property, services, works con...

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Annual Information Statement (Form 26AS)- More than just Tax Paid History

The government has introduced new section 285BB vide Finance Act, 2020 replacing the existing section 203AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 (Act) which will now allow the income tax authority to produce additional information which is necessary and to the extent is in the interests of Revenue in Form 26AS. Old and New Provisions […]...

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Additional Information which will form part of New Form 26AS

Additional Information which will form part of New Form 26AS made by CBDT from 1 June 2020 The Finance Act 2020 has introduce new section 285BB of Income Tax Act, to implement revised Form 26AS. What Section 285BB of Income Tax Act Says? The prescribed income-tax authority or the person authorised by such authority shall […]...

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Hidden features in new 26AS Form under Income Tax

26AS Form in new format under I-Tax Rule 114-I have been notified wef 1.6.2020. Please note all the information in it is auto populated and earlier it was mainly providing information wrt Tax (TDS, TCS, Advance Tax etc) alongwith Gross Income only. But now new 26AS form shall be a complete profile of taxpayer’s financial […]...

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Launching of Form 26AS Version 2.0

Brief About Form 26AS Any person whoever files Income Tax Return must have encountered with Form 26AS. It is a Tax Credit Statement showing the amount of Tax deducted at source (TDS), Tax Collected at Source (TCS) during the year as well Tax Deducted from the Sale of Immovable Property. At time of Filing Income […]...

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New Form 26AS -Annual Information Statement

CBDT Notifies New Annual Information Statement (AIS) to replace Form 26AS to report TDS, Foreign Tax Credit, and more CBDT Notifies New Annual Information Statement (AIS) to replace Form 26AS to report TDS, Foreign Tax Credit, and more: CBDT has notified vide Notification No. 30/2020 dated 28.05.2020 the new Annual Information Statement (...

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CBDT notifies new Form 26AS [Annual Information Statement]

Notification No. 30/2020-Income Tax [G.S.R. 329(E)] (28/05/2020)

Notification No. 30/2020– CBDT notifies new Form 26AS [Annual Information Statement] pursuant to Finance Act, 2020 and amendment, inserts new Rule 114-I to be effective from June 1st and omits Rule 31AB. Budget 2020-21 had introduced a new Section 285BB in the Income Tax Act to implement revised Form 26AS . In that effect CBDT [&hel...

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How to reply to different income tax notices

These days people are getting different types of notices/intimations from the Income Tax department by different modes such as delivery by post or by an e-mail. This article aims to highlight the different situations in which income tax notices can be received and how to respond to those notices if anyone receives the same. ...

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Income Tax for New Tax Return Filers- FAQs

This FAQ explains about Income Tax, administrative framework of Income-tax, Return Filing Period, who is suppose to pay Tax, how to pay tax, precaution in Tax Payment , when to pay Tax, Advance Tax Calculation, Income Tax Challans, Form 26AS, Exempt Income Taxable, Income, Assessing Officer, Revenue receipt, Capital receipt, Agricultural ...

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How can we check our TDS Credit?

We are always worried about the fact that whether our TDS deductor/collector has filed quarterly TDS/TCS statement and provided our PAN while filing the TDS/TCS return. NSDL has recently launched a facility to enable deductee to know whether or not his TDS deductor/collector has filed quarterly TDS/TCS statement and provided his PAN while...

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CPC Processing/Additions cannot go beyond Inst. No.10/2017

Sri Arthur Bernard Sebastine Vs DCIT (ITAT Bangalore)

CBDT's instruction No.10/2017 dated 15.11.2017 has clearly laid down that only when receipts are completely omitted to be declared in the return of income can there be an addition for invoking 143(1)(a)(vi) of the Act....

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Whom should Assessee contact for Income Tax refund related queries

Whom do I contact for queries related to payment of refund which has been processed by ITD? My refund details are showing wrong in Form 26AS. How can I correct it? I have received refund in my bank A/C through ECS, but Form 26AS reflects mode of payment as ‘Paper’. How do I know whether my refund is in process at ITD in Form 26AS? The...

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Check TDS credit status online

The consolidated annual tax statement in Form 26AS is now available to PAN holders. The endeavour is to streamline and synchronise the tax paid/deposited under each PAN and identify and resolve discrepancies, if any, at an early stage. Discrepancies could arise due to reasons like incorrectly quoted PAN/non-filing of TDS returns/non-depos...

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Addition cannot be made for mere difference between form 26AS & P&L A/c

Sree Sankeswara Foundations and Investments Vs ACIT (ITAT Chennai)

Sree Sankeswara Foundations and Investments Vs ACIT (ITAT Chennai) The appellant namely M/s. Sree Sankeswara Foundations and Investments is a Partnership firm constituted under the Partnership Act.  It is engaged in the business of real estate. The return of income for the AY 2016-17 was filed. Against the said return of income, the asse...

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How to open password protected files of Income Tax and TDS

Article explains the password combination for Opening ITR-V/Acknowledgement, Form 26AS, Any Intimation/Order and TDS Provisional Receipt/Acknowledgement and for extracting TDS Justification Report, Conso File, TDS Certificates ZIP File and 26AS ZIP File....

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Tax Evaders be Cautious – 26AS now becomes AIS

To achieve the dream of  $5 Trillion Economy by 2024 , Finance Minister present its 1st budget of this Decade with substantial changes in Direct Taxes, policy for leveraging of technology, Infrastructure development projects. One of such changes is ,omission of existing and  introduction, of below specified section`s under Income Tax Ac...

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New Section 285BB- Form 26AS to provide multiple information

Rationalisation of provision relating to Form 26AS Section 203AA of the Act, inter-alia, requires the prescribed income-tax authority or the person authorised by such authority referred to in sub-section (3) of section 200, to prepare and deliver a statement in Form 26AS to every person from whose income, the tax has been deducted or in [...

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Notice u/s 143(1) for any deduction/allowance in ITR which was not considered in Form 16/16A

This amendment is going to hit hard for those Income Tax Assessee’s (Majorly Salaried Employees) who used to make manipulative claims of allowances (LTA, medical, HRA etc) or deductions (Section 80C, 80D) in Return of Income and claims refund of TDS deducted from Salary....

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How to view Tax credit statement Form 26AS on Income Tax Website

Form 26AS is the statement which provide the details of tax deducted (TDS) and tax collected (TCS), advance tax and self-assessment tax paid also contain details of regular assessment tax deposited by the taxpayers. Further, High-value Transactions in respect of immovable property, shares and mutual funds also covered in this statement. T...

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Advance tax – Precaution is better than Cure!

Arjuna, If the income tax liability of any taxpayer is more than Rs 10000 in a financial year, then he is liable to pay such tax in installments during the year itself rather than paying this tax at the end of the year. This tax which is payable during the year is called as Advance Tax....

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All about Tax on Salary Income

I have started writing this article keeping in mind the questions raised in minds of salaried class taxpayers. Also, it is aimed to address the doubts of all those who file the Return of their salaried class clients....

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Income Tax Credit Statement 26AS – Advisory to Taxpayers

26AS statement contains information regarding Advance Tax, Self Assessment Tax, Regular Assessment Tax, TDS, TCS credits available to taxpayer for claim in ITR alongwith information on refund, high value transactions and TDS defaults....

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Guidelines for Income Tax Deductees- ensure you have correct tax credit!

Tax deductee is a person who receives certain prescribed payments like salary, interest, commission, brokerage, rent etc. after deduction of tax at source...

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Addition cannot be made for mere credit in form 26AS without examination

i2i Telesource Pvt. Ltd. Vs ITO (ITAT Mumbai)

Where assessee claimed that there was wrong credit entry by payer-client in Form 26AS, AO was required to examine its genuineness before making any addition on account of mismatch between receipts reflected in Form 26AS and in profit and loss account. Thus, matter was remanded for re-adjudication....

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Form 26AS nightmare for the deductee

The data populated in 26AS is the data as per TDS returns uploaded by the deductors/ customers of the company under section 200 . Such data could be relied upon as “correct”  for the purpose of reconciliation  only when the statements of TDS so uploaded  have been processed under section 200A with effect from 01/04/2010....

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Mere discrepancy in Form 26AS & 16 not amounts to concealment

Chalapati Katiki Vs ITO (ITAT Hyderabad)

Taking into account the amount mentioned in Form 26AS it could not be said that the assessee had concealed amount or furnished inaccurate particulars of income. However, penalty was restricted to the tax sought to be evaded on the amount of commission income not disclosed by assessee....

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Tax Credit Status (Form 26AS)

Tax Credit Statement (Form 26AS) Tax Credit Statement (Form 26AS) contains details of: A. Tax deducted on behalf of the taxpayer by deductors. A l. Details of NO/Low tax deduction. A2. Tax deducted on sale of Immovable property (for seller of Property). B. Tax collected on behalf of the taxpayer by collectors. C. Advance tax/self [&hellip...

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Worried about proper credit of Income tax – Do’s for Taxpayers

Worried about proper credit of Income tax Do’s for Taxpayers (A) The possible reasons for no credit being displayed in your Form 26AS can be: 1. Deductor/collector has not filed his TDS/TCS statement; 2. You have not provided PAN to the deductor/ collector; 3. You have provided incorrect PAN to the deductor/ collector; 4. The [&hell...

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Addition cannot be made by merely relying on 26AS

Mercury Car Rentals Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Kolkata)

Mercury Car Rentals Pvt. Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Kolkata) During the course of assessment proceeding, the AO observed that assessee failed to reconcile interest income to the extent of Rs.67,939/- with its books of accounts and therefore added back the said amount as undisclosed interest income of the appellant as shown in the Form 26AS. [&hel...

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What to do if TDS u/s 194DA has been deducted and shown in 26AS

There is general perception among people that amount received on maturity of life insurance is exempt from income tax. However the same is not true. Receipt from life insurance may occasion on 2 events: 1. On death of the person insured (Death proceeds) 2. On maturity of the policy in the normal course (maturity proceeds) […]...

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Form 26AS tells which Income Tax Return Form you need to choose to file ITR

The due date for filing your income tax return (ITR) is fast approaching. You must know which Income Tax Return Form is to be filed. There are seven different type of Income Tax Return Form for corporate and non-corporate tax payer. S.No Description Form 1 For Individuals being a Resident (other than Not Ordinarily Resident) […]...

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Rectification of Mismatched TDS Liability

Ideally, the value of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) should be the same in Form 26AS and Form 16 or 16A. However, sometimes some clerical mistakes, some wrong entries, and some omissions cause inconsistencies between the data. To understand it more precisely and deeply, let us first understand what are these forms all about. Form […]...

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Form 26AS: Easiest way of recalling TDS during the year

With the due date of income tax return filing approaching soon, the taxpayers have started collecting the necessary documents and information. If you are providing professional services, your clients must have deducted TDS at the rate of 10 per cent while paying you. Similarly, the employers also deduct TDS every month while paying salari...

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How to Download Form 26AS

Article explains  Important Information for Downloading Form 26AS,  Brief Steps for Downloading Form 26AS,  Pictorial guide for Downloading Form 26AS,  Pictorial guide to View Form 26AS In HTML Format, Pictorial guide for Downloading Form 26AS In PDF Format and  Pictorial guide to Download Form 26AS for more than 1000 Transactions. 1...

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Procedure of Converting Form 26AS Text File to Excel File

Important information on 26AS Download Tax Payer can view/download 26AS from TRACES from A.Y 2009-10 onwards 26 AS is available to view Online in HTML Format. 26AS is available for download in two formats: a) PDF b) Text 26AS can also be viewed by logging in other taxguru.in related sites which redirects Taxpayer to TRACES: […]...

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The Importance of Form 16 and Form 26AS in Tax Filing

With the Income Tax return (ITR) filing season approaching, the importance of getting key documents in order for filing taxes cannot be overstressed. While depending upon your unique requirement, the list of tax-related documents you need might vary, in the following sections we will discuss two key documents – Form 16 and Form 26AS tha...

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Declaration of additional incomes when AO confronted with details of Form No. 26AS attract penalty

Manoj S. Gugale Vs ITO (ITAT Pune)

Assessee had declared additional incomes when AO confronted with details of Form No. 26AS , it could not be said that declaration of income by assessee was voluntary, therefore, levy of penalty under section 271(1)(c) on account of concealment was justified, especially in view of the fact that similar income had been earned and duly offer...

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Mismatch of TDS Credit as per 26AS & Form 16A: Problem & Solution

There are situations where due to technical non compliance or due to procedural aspects credit TDS is denied to assesssee despite he is having Form 16A issued by deductor in support of his claim. However, CPC or even AO denies credit of such TDS and restricts claim to TDS as per Form 26AS only....

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आईटीआर फाइलिंग में फॉर्म 26AS कैसे करता है आपकी मदद?

फॉर्म 26AS में आपके द्वारा सरकार को चुकाए गए कर की जानकारी होती है, इनकम टैक्स रिटर्न फाइल करने की आखिरी तारीख करीब आ चुकी है. अगर आप भी...

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Draft letter to vendors for TDS return correction to get TDS credit in Form 26As

To, ….….. ….… Sub:- TDS Credit not shown in Form 26AS PAN:- _________ With reference to the captioned above, we would like to submit that, you have deducted Rs. _________ during the FY 17-18. However, as per our Form 26AS, it is not available due to which our income tax liability will increase along with […]...

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Check TDS/TCS tax credit in form 26AS & reason for mismatch

If you are a taxpayers, you need to check your Form 26AS to ensure the tax deducted at source (TDS) is reflected correctly in the income tax records. Form 26AS is a consolidated tax statement issued under Rule 31AB of the Income Tax Rules to PAN holders. This statement will include details of:...

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View Tax Credit Form 26AS from net banking a/c

If your company hasn’t given your Form 16, which gives details of your tax deducted at source (TDS), don’t fret yet. Taxpayers can check online if the tax deducted from the salary has actually gone to the department on a facility set up by the income tax (I-T) department. Also, in the absence of Form 16, a taxpayer can use this faci...

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Form 26AS – Rectification of Errors & Omissions

Taxpayers are advised to verify the tax credits available in 26AS statement before filing the Income Tax Return. It will facilitate faster processing and quick refunds. In order to avoid the TDS mismatch i.e if your claim of TDS is higher than the tax credits available in 26AS statement, please contact the Deductor for filing of the c...

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How to get form 26AS Errors & Omissions rectified

What are the conditions under which advance tax/self assessment tax paid in the bank may not reflected in Part C of Form 26AS. What if amount of advance/self assessment tax paid in the bank is incorrectly reflected in Part C of Form 26AS?...

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View TDS, Income Tax & SA Tax Credit in Form 26AS

Now you can view tax credit statement (Form 26AS) without registering at NSDL through www.incometaxindiae filing.gov. in .New facility added in "My Account" for registered E-filers to View the Tax Credit Statement (Form 26AS) to verify if the tax payments made by you or TDS deducted from salary or interest etc are correctly reported to th...

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Extend due date of ITR to 30.09.2018 & 30.11.2018 respectively

Central Gujarat Chamber of Tax Consultants has submitted a letter to Hon’ Finance Minister of India on 19th July 2018 requesting Extension of Due Date in respect of filing ITR by to 2 Months i.e. 30.09.2018 and 30.11.2018 respectively. Earlier a letter was also written by  Karnataka State Chartered Accountants Association to Extend Inc...

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Form 26AS with respect to TDS: Knowhow

Form 26AS is, in essence, an acknowledgement of sorts when it comes to Tax Deducted at Source (TDS). Which is to say that Form 26AS shows the amount of TDS, which has been deducted and is available as credit against our Income Tax liability, if any. To understand this concept and in order to make it work in ones favour, one needs to under...

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Form 26AS- Check Anywhere Anytime Tax Credit Status

Form 26As can be viewed/ downloaded through e-filling website incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in, internet banking or TRACES website based on the choice of the taxpayer to view his tax credit. Note:‑ For records greater than 20,000 a download request for Form 26AS as a text file needs to be submitted at TRACES by its registered users. For any...

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3 Ways to View Tax Credit (Form 26AS)

You can now view your Form 26AS (Taxes paid) at ITR e-Filing website, without any additional login. To view the tax statement, Assessees can now login in to www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in with their login, and click on 'My Accounts' -> 'View Tax Credit Statement (Form 26AS)'. Here, you should select the 'assessment year', confirm your ...

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How to view TDS Certificate from Form 26AS?

Deductee can view TDS certificate (only non-salary TDS certificate i.e. Form 16A) online by logging into Form 26AS. From financial year 2011-12, it is mandatory for companies and banks to issue Form 16A downloaded from TIN Website and issue only such downloaded Form 16A to deductees. The other categories of deductors may also exercise thi...

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Addition of income appearing in Form 26AS ,16A, 16 but not included in returned Income

Clause (a) of the said sub-section provides that at the time of processing of return, the total income or loss shall be computed after making the adjustments specified in sub-clauses (i) to (vi) thereof....

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Instruction for Processing of ITR-2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 with Form 26AS / 16A / 16

Instruction No. 10/2017 (15/11/2017)

Total income or loss shall be computed after making adjustment for addition of income appearing in Form 26AS or Form 16A or Form 16 (the three Forms) which has not been included in computing the total income in the return....

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Penalty cannot be levied for difference in Income with form 26AS due to TDS deduction on Service Tax Component

M/s. Bhayana Builders Pvt. Vs The DCIT (ITAT Delhi)

Since the difference is reconciled at the penalty stage and claim of assessee have not been doubted or rejected, therefore, Ld. CIT(A) was not justified in confirming the levy of penalty merely because assessee conceded for addition of the amount in question. ...

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Income tax return e-filing made easy by ClearTax

The tax season is upon us! June and July of every financial year are typically called the tax season in India because income tax returns for the previous financial year have to be filed by 31st July. For FY 2016-17, which is the period between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017, the last date […]...

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Major Achievements of CBDT in Current Financial Year 2016-17

Major Achievements of CBDT in Current Financial Year 2016-17 so far include among others Enactment of The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016, Implementation of The Direct Tax Dispute Resolution Scheme, 2016 and of GAAR from Assessment Year 2018-19;...

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Procedure for furnishing and verification of Form 26A

DGIT Notification No. 11/2016-Income Tax (02/12/2016)

CBDT notidfies Procedure for the purposes of furnishing and verification of Form 26A for removing of default of Short Deduction and/or Non Deduction of Tax at Source- Reg....

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Addition for mere appearing of TDS credit in form 26AS not justified

P.K. Rajasekar vs. ITO (ITAT Chennai)

AO is also equally responsible to find out whether the credit entry found on 01.07.2010 is genuine or not. The AO cannot take advantage of the ignorance or handicap of the assessee and say that there was undisclosed receipt by the assessee....

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Deductors to close Taxpayer Grievance Tickets in their In-boxes

The Centralized Processing Cell (TDS) has provided an integrated platform for taxpayers, deductors & assessing officer. The objective of the functionality is to provide the taxpaying citizen to report missing TDS credits in their 26AS account directly to the deductors and assessing officers for its quick resolution....

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How to get proper credit of taxes paid by you?

Do’s for Taxpayers (A) The possible reasons for no credit being displayed in your Form 26AS can be: 1. Deductor/collector has not filed his TDS/TCS statement; 2. You have not provided PAN to the deductor/ collector; 3. You have provided incorrect PAN to the deductor/collector; 4. The deductor/collector has made an error in quoting y...

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4 Ways you can View Your Tax Credit online

A Taxpayer can view his Tax Credit by any of the following four Methods- 1. Online view through E-filing Website 2.Online view through internet banking 3. Online view through TRACES 4.  Status of e-filing of TDS Statement by your deductor In this Article steps involved in all above 4 Methods to View Online Tax Credit […]...

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5 Major Reasons Behind Income Tax Notices

Although it’s quite common to receive notices from IT department, people do get scared when they get one. What one needs to know is it’s not as big deal as one believes it to be, and if handled tactfully, one can get rid of any further complications. Following are some common reasons why people recieve […]...

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All transactions in different bank accounts have to be taken in consideration while doing the Assessment

Shri Sama Srinivas Reddy Vs ITO (ITAT Hyderabad)

The CIT(A) remanded the matter and according to the remand report cash deposits were not explainable as there was cash in hand. Also, it was came to known that Assessee maintained one more account in Vijaya Bank which was not shown to the Department. Regarding the rental receipts it was observed by the AO ...

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Prepare for filing of your income tax returns

Though the due date for filing of your income tax returns is extended till 31st August 2015, I thought of writing about a few things which you as a tax payer should do before you actually sit down to prepare your income tax return yourself or visit your CA’s office. Even if you do not intend to file your return by 31st August, there are...

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Sending mails automatically to Customers for ‘TDS Certificates Follow up’ with Mail Merge

Have you received TDS Certificates from all your Customers? If not, you can follow up for the TDS Certificates by sending mails automatically to your Customers by following the procedure mentioned below:...

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Integration of Form 26AS for improved compliance with Income Tax Act in India

Many a times it has been seen that assesses, to whom Deductions under the Act are available, avail of such deductions without actually making the respective investments or complying with the preconditions. Such acts are committed because in most cases these claims are not verified by the Income Tax authorities....

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Form 26AS, it’s worth the effort, check it!

This article is primarily meant for interest earners wherein they earn interest income from Fixed deposits and etc. other interest bearing instruments. While putting money in Fixed deposits and etc. other interest bearing instruments, quite some number of us do not give a duly filled and signed Form 15G for lower/non-deduction of Tax Dedu...

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Action to be taken in case of levy intimated u/s 234E

Section 234E of the Income-tax Act, 1961 inserted by the Finance Act, 2012 provides for levy of a fee of Rs. 200/- for each day’s delay in filing the statement of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) or Tax Collected at Source (TCS). The provision for Levy of Late filing fee was introduced to improve Filing […]...

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TDS credit must be given to deductee even if deductor fails to pay to government

Executors of the Estate of S.Shanmuga Mudaliar Vs The Assistant Commissioner of Income Tax (Madras High Court)

It is not disputed that tax was deducted at source by the tenant Union Motors Services Limited and they have issued some Certificates which has been given credit to by the Department. The present dispute relates to the failure of non issuance of TDS certificates by the tenant....

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CPC-TDS- Processing of TDS/ TCS statements may take 7 to 10 working days

CPC-TDS has informed on its website that Considering peak statement filing time, processing of TDS/ TCS statements might take 7 to 10 working days from date of filing. 90% of the statements filed till 15th Oct 2014 have been processed for 26AS....

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TDS credit cannot be denied for non matching with 26AS if Assessee produces TDS Certificate

Sumit Devendra Rajani Vs ACIT (Gujarat High Court)

The grievance which is voiced in the present petition by the assessee is that though deductor ­employer ­ Amar Remedies Limited had deducted TDS for total Rs.5,86,606/­ and for which Form 16 A has been issued by it, department has not given credit of the said TDS to the petitioner­ assessee...

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Assessee must be allowed TDS credit based on TDS certificate even if same is not reflected in 26AS

LSG Sky Chef (India) (P.) Ltd. Vs DCIT (ITAT Mumbai)

In our view, though Form 26AS (r/w r.3 1AB and ss. 203AA and 206C(5)) represents a part of a wholesome procedure designed by the Revenue for accounting of TDS (and TCS), the burden of proving as to why the said Form (Statement) does not reflect the details of the entire tax deducted at source for and on behalf of a deductee cannot be plac...

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TDS Credit cannot be denied on the ground of Form 26AS mismatch

Rakesh Kumar Gupta Vs Union of India and another (Allahabad High Court)

Respondents have denied refunding the TDS on the ground that the refund would only be granted when the TDS matches with the details mentioned in Form 26AS. Since the mismatching is not attributable to the assessee and the fault solely lay with the deductor, we find that a case has been made out for grant of a mandamus for refund of the TD...

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26AS Online views – crosses 22 Crores

CPC (TDS) is committed to contribute effectively in the nation building process through efficient tax administration and improved voluntary compliance. This is intended to be achieved by an enabling policy environment and augmenting the revenue mobilization apparatus under the law, while maintaining taxpayer confidence in the system. To a...

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