Section 194C

Section 194C: TDS on payments to Contractor/Sub-Contractor

Income Tax - The present article briefly covers the important provisions relating to TDS section 194C of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Payer:- All Assesses, except Individuals & HUF who are not subjected to Audit u/s. 44AB(a)&(b) during preceding Financial Year. Payee:- Resident Time of Deduction:- Credit or Payment, Whichever is earlier. Rate:-...

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FAQs on TDS on Contracts | Section 194C | Income Tax Act 1961

Income Tax - Q.1 Who is responsible to deduct tax u/s 194C? A.1. Any person responsible for paying any sum to any resident contractor for carrying out any work (including supply of labour for carrying out any work) under a contract in pursuance of a contract between contractor and person specified, shall deduct in context at the time […]...

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Section 194C- Synopsis of TDS on Contracts

Income Tax - Poornima M. Persons responsible for making payment of income, covered by the scheme of Tax Deduction at Source (TDS), are responsible to deduct tax at source and deposit the same to the Government Treasury within the time stipulated. The recipient of the income (though s/he gets only the net amount after TDS) is liable to […]...

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Section 194C TDS on printed articles as per customer specification

Income Tax - Accordingly, TDS under section 194C is not applicable on printing material as per customer specification, wherein customer has not supplied any material to contractor and contractor has supplied the final product for a price, which is in the nature of contract for sale....

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TDS on payment to contractors Under Section 194C

Income Tax - As per Section 194C, deduction of TDS is required to be made from payments of any amount to resident contractors or sub-contractors. 1. DEDUCTION OF TDS FROM PAYMENT TO RESIDENT CONTRACTORS :- Sec 194C(1) provides that any person responsible for paying any sum to resident contractor for carrying out any work (including supply of labor) in...

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Section 194C-: TDS on auto rickshaws and/or buses used for transportation of goods

Income Tax - Section 194C(6) provides exemption to small good carriage contractor/transporter (owning not more than 10 goods carriage at any time during the previous year) on furnishing of PAN along with the declaration to that effect to deductor from TDS....

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SC asked Samsung to reply why it is not liable to deduct tax in respect of goods outsourced for manufacturing

Income Tax - The Supreme Court has sought a reply from Samsung India Electronics on the I-T department plea that the firm is liable to deduct tax in respect of goods outsourced for manufacturing. The issue has been raised by the income-tax department saying that consumer electronics and home appliances manufacturer Samsung India Electronics Ltd is li...

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CBDT Expand Definition of Professionals

Income Tax - The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) expanded the scope of professional services to cover sportspersons, umpires and referees, making them liable for a higher tax deduction at source (TDS) at the rate of 10% against 1-2%. ...

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Supreme Court Judgment on Disallowance under Section 40(a)(ia)

Shree Choudhary Transport Company Vs ITO (Supreme Court) - Shree Choudhary Transport Company Vs ITO (Supreme Court) 1. As to whether Section 194C of the Act does not apply to the present case? Whether the appellant had specific and identified trucks on its rolls or had been picking them up on freelance basis, the legal effect on the status of parties had be...

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No TDS on ocean freight paid to non-resident shipping companies

Shri Suresh Khatri Vs ITO (ITAT Lucknow) - Shri Suresh Khatri Vs ITO (ITAT Lucknow) Ground Nos. 1 to 3 of the appeal relate to the disallowance of Rs.6,42,437/- for non deduction of tax at source u/s 40(a)(ia) of the Act on payment of ocean freight, made to non-resident shipping companies. The assessee is a proprietary concern and engaged in...

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Section 194C TDS on Advertisement Expenses paid to News Paper Agencies

Mehra Eyetech Pvt. Ltd. Vs Add. CIT (ITAT Mumbai) - The issue under consideration is whether the CIT(A) was justified in confirming the disallowance made u/s. 40(a)(ia) on account of advertisement expenses paid to News Paper Agencies, incurred without deduction of tax at source?...

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No Section 271C Penalty is absence of contumacious conduct by assessee

Sarv Estate Pvt. Ltd Vs JCIT (ITAT Delhi) - The issue under consideration is whether the Ao is correct in levying penalty u/s 271C for failure to deduct tax at source u/s 194C on payment of external development work charges (EDC)?...

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Retention money taxable in year of contract condition fulfillment

DCIT Vs EMC Limited (ITAT Kolkata) - Right to receive the retention money is accrued only after the obligations under the contract are fulfilled and the assessee had no vested right to receive the same in this assessment year, therefore, it would not amount to an income of the assessee in the year in which it is retained....

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TDS on payments for procuring or canvassing for advertisements

Circular No. 05/2016- Income Tax - (29/02/2016) - Law Related to Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) on payments by television channels and publishing houses to advertisement companies for procuring or canvassing for advertisements....

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TDS on payments for production of content or programme for telecasting

Circular No. 04/2016- Income Tax - (29/02/2016) - Law Relating to Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) on payments by broadcasters or television channels to production houses for production of content or programme for telecasting....

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No TDS on transportation of gas if it is carried out in furtherance of contract for sale of gas- CBDT

Circular No. 9/2012-Income Tax - (17/10/2012) - Circular No. 9/2012 Representations have been received from various sections of the Industry on the difficulties faced in the matter of Tax Deduction at Source on Gas Transportation Charges paid by the purchasers of Natural gas to the sellers of gas....

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Cooling Charges Paid are not covered U/s. 194I but are covered U/s. 194C

Circular No. 1/2008-Income Tax - (10/01/2008) - CIRCULAR NO. 1/2008-Income Tax Representations have been received from various quarters regarding applicability of the provisions of Section 194-I to cooling charges paid by the various customers to the owners of cold storages. It has been represented that the cold storage owners provide a composite...

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Circular No. 715-Income Tax dated 8-8-1995

Circular No. 715-Income Tax - (08/08/1995) - Circular No. 715-Income Tax Clarifications on various provisions relating to tax deduction at source regarding changes introduced through Finance Act, 1995 The Finance Act, 1995, has enlarged the scope of income-tax deduction at source by making various amendments. In regard to the changes introdu...

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Recent Posts in "Section 194C"

Supreme Court Judgment on Disallowance under Section 40(a)(ia)

Shree Choudhary Transport Company Vs ITO (Supreme Court)

Shree Choudhary Transport Company Vs ITO (Supreme Court) 1. As to whether Section 194C of the Act does not apply to the present case? Whether the appellant had specific and identified trucks on its rolls or had been picking them up on freelance basis, the legal effect on the status of parties had been the […]...

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No TDS on ocean freight paid to non-resident shipping companies

Shri Suresh Khatri Vs ITO (ITAT Lucknow)

Shri Suresh Khatri Vs ITO (ITAT Lucknow) Ground Nos. 1 to 3 of the appeal relate to the disallowance of Rs.6,42,437/- for non deduction of tax at source u/s 40(a)(ia) of the Act on payment of ocean freight, made to non-resident shipping companies. The assessee is a proprietary concern and engaged in the business of […]...

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Section 194C TDS on Advertisement Expenses paid to News Paper Agencies

Mehra Eyetech Pvt. Ltd. Vs Add. CIT (ITAT Mumbai)

The issue under consideration is whether the CIT(A) was justified in confirming the disallowance made u/s. 40(a)(ia) on account of advertisement expenses paid to News Paper Agencies, incurred without deduction of tax at source?...

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Section 194C: TDS on payments to Contractor/Sub-Contractor

The present article briefly covers the important provisions relating to TDS section 194C of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Payer:- All Assesses, except Individuals & HUF who are not subjected to Audit u/s. 44AB(a)&(b) during preceding Financial Year. Payee:- Resident Time of Deduction:- Credit or Payment, Whichever is earlier. Rate:-...

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No Section 271C Penalty is absence of contumacious conduct by assessee

Sarv Estate Pvt. Ltd Vs JCIT (ITAT Delhi)

The issue under consideration is whether the Ao is correct in levying penalty u/s 271C for failure to deduct tax at source u/s 194C on payment of external development work charges (EDC)?...

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Retention money taxable in year of contract condition fulfillment

DCIT Vs EMC Limited (ITAT Kolkata)

Right to receive the retention money is accrued only after the obligations under the contract are fulfilled and the assessee had no vested right to receive the same in this assessment year, therefore, it would not amount to an income of the assessee in the year in which it is retained....

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FAQs on TDS on Contracts | Section 194C | Income Tax Act 1961

Q.1 Who is responsible to deduct tax u/s 194C? A.1. Any person responsible for paying any sum to any resident contractor for carrying out any work (including supply of labour for carrying out any work) under a contract in pursuance of a contract between contractor and person specified, shall deduct in context at the time […]...

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Section 194C- Synopsis of TDS on Contracts

Poornima M. Persons responsible for making payment of income, covered by the scheme of Tax Deduction at Source (TDS), are responsible to deduct tax at source and deposit the same to the Government Treasury within the time stipulated. The recipient of the income (though s/he gets only the net amount after TDS) is liable to […]...

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Section 194C TDS on printed articles as per customer specification

Accordingly, TDS under section 194C is not applicable on printing material as per customer specification, wherein customer has not supplied any material to contractor and contractor has supplied the final product for a price, which is in the nature of contract for sale....

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No TDS on harvesting charges paid on behalf of farmers as agent

Parry Sugar Industries Limited Vs DCIT (ITAT Bangalore)

The issue under consideration is whether the disallowance made u/s 40(a)(ia) of the Act for non-deduction of tax at source from the payment made towards Harvesting charges is justified in law?...

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