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Differentiating TDS on Rent: Section 194IB vs. 195 of Income Tax Act, 1961

Income Tax : Understand TDS on rent with this guide. Learn about Section 194IB & 195 of the Income Tax Act, their differences, rates, and compl...

April 10, 2024 4626 Views 0 comment Print

Understanding Section 195: TDS on Payments to Non-Residents

Income Tax : Unravel the complexities of Section 195 in India's Income Tax Act. Explore TDS rates, compliance steps, and strategies for non-res...

December 19, 2023 3594 Views 1 comment Print

Understanding TDS on Immovable Property Purchases: A Buyer’s Guide

Income Tax : Learn about Section 194-IA and essential aspects of TDS when buying property in India. Explore deductor-deductee roles, exemption ...

October 26, 2023 2226 Views 0 comment Print

Demystifying Form 15CA and 15CB: A Guide to Foreign Remittances

Income Tax : Learn about Form 15CA and 15CB: Crucial for foreign remittances and tax compliance. A complete guide for taxpayers....

September 12, 2023 5850 Views 1 comment Print

Tax Procedures & Implications for NRIs Selling Immovable Property in India

Income Tax : Learn about tax procedures and implications when an NRI sells property in India to a resident. Explore how to reduce TDS and obtai...

September 11, 2023 924 Views 0 comment Print


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Webinar on Monthly Updates on Direct & Indirect Taxes on 3rd December 2022

Income Tax : Direct & Indirect Taxes : Monthly Updates Date & Time – 3rd December 2022 (Time:11 a.m to 12:30 p.m) Tax Guru is Organiz...

December 2, 2022 31575 Views 2 comments Print

Procedural & technical issues on IDS, 2016 clarified

Income Tax : Clarification on certain procedural and technical issues regarding the Income Disclosure Scheme, 2016 (IDS) under section 119 of t...

July 13, 2019 1080 Views 0 comment Print

Section 195: 6 Suggestions made by ICAI for Rationalization of Provisions

Income Tax : Finance Act, 2012 extended the obligation to withhold taxes to non- residents irrespective of whether the non-resident has -...

January 18, 2018 5562 Views 0 comment Print

CA Certificate not required for certain remittances: Govt

Income Tax : Government has recently modified the Foreign Exchange Management (Current Account Transactions) Rules, 2000 and the Liberalized Re...

August 10, 2015 20491 Views 6 comments Print

Vodafone ruling effect – Exporters question TDS on foreign payment post

Income Tax : The Supreme Court judgement on Vodafone tax case seems to have opened a Pandora's box with exporters too expressing reservation on...

January 25, 2012 1962 Views 0 comment Print


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ITAT Directs TDS Exemption Certificate Verification: FSL Projects Limited Vs DCIT

Income Tax : Read the detailed analysis of ITAT's decision directing TDS exemption verification for FSL Projects Limited Vs DCIT. Full text ava...

April 14, 2024 252 Views 0 comment Print

Matter restored for AO’s disallowance which was not in terms with section 115JB for fresh verification

Income Tax : Tribunal restored the matter of AO’s disallowance, which was deemed inconsistent with Section 115JB by directing assessee’s cl...

April 12, 2024 345 Views 0 comment Print

Reopening u/s. 148 based on grossly erroneous factual foundation is untenable-in-law: Madras HC

Income Tax : Madras High Court held that reopening of assessment under section 148 of the Income Tax Act based on a grossly erroneous factual f...

April 10, 2024 3831 Views 0 comment Print

Sale of Online Advertisement Space Not Taxable as Royalty or FTS in India: ITAT Bangalore

Income Tax : ITAT Bangalore held that payment made by Google India Pvt. Ltd. to Google Ireland Limited (assessee) for sale of online advertisem...

April 2, 2024 336 Views 0 comment Print

TDS u/s. 195 not deductible on expense of management and marketing support service paid to foreign company: ITAT Delhi

Income Tax : ITAT Delhi held that expense towards management and marketing support service paid to foreign company is not taxable under Fee for...

March 27, 2024 561 Views 0 comment Print


Latest Notifications


Reg. Application in Form 15E for section 195(2) & 195(7) certificates

Income Tax : it has been decided that no such request for Form 15E for certificates under section 195(2) & 195(7) for a particular Financial Ye...

March 2, 2022 2907 Views 0 comment Print

CBDT notifies New Form 15E and rule 29BA

Income Tax : CBDT vide notification No. 18/2021-Income Tax, Dated: March 16, 2021 inserted new rule 29BA. Application for grant of certificate ...

March 16, 2021 28137 Views 1 comment Print

CBDT clarifies on Certificates for lower rate/nil TDS/TCS certificate

Income Tax : Clarification on orders dated 31.03.2020 and 03.04.2020 issued under section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (the Act) by CBDT vid...

April 9, 2020 11178 Views 0 comment Print

Lower/nil rate of TDS/TCS applications to be disposed liberally by 27.04.2020

Income Tax : In case of pending applications for lower/nil rate of TDS/TCS for F.Y. 2019-20, the Assessing Officers have been directed to dispo...

April 3, 2020 5538 Views 1 comment Print

Certificates for lower rate/nil deduction/collection of TDS or TCS- Reg.

Income Tax : CBDT Order on issue of certificates for lower rate/nil deduction/collection of TDS or TCS uls 195, 197 and 206C (9) when Assesee w...

March 31, 2020 55254 Views 4 comments Print


CBDT proposes to inset new Income Tax rule 29BA and Form 15E

December 31, 2019 5661 Views 0 comment Print

Public consultation on the proposal for amendment of Income-tax Rules 1962, to inset new rule 29BA and Form 15E, to give effect to the amendment in section 195 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 (the Act) vide Finance (No.2) Act 2019- reg.

Section 206AA not override provisions of section 90(2)

December 20, 2019 2064 Views 0 comment Print

Section 206AA does not override provisions of section 90(2) and in case of payment made to non-resident, assessee correctly applied rate of tax prescribed under concerned DTAAs and not as per section 206AA because provisions of the DTAAs were more beneficial and DTAA acquired primacy in such case.

No TDS on Commission to non-resident agents for procuring export orders

December 19, 2019 1797 Views 0 comment Print

Commission paid to foreign agents for procuring export orders could not be treated as income taxable in India when parameters of DTAAs were applied to transactions in question. Also non-resident agents did not have PE or business connection in India. Therefore, impugned payment could not be held as taxable in the hands of non-resident agents in India and, therefore, liability to withhold tax under section 195 did not arise.

No TDS u/s 195 on payment of buying agency commission to non-resident

November 28, 2019 2895 Views 0 comment Print

Consideration paid by assessee for services rendered by non-resident were purely in the nature of procurement services and could not be characterized as ‘managerial’, ‘technical’ or ‘consultancy’ services and thus, could not be classified as fee for technical services and accordingly, not liable for deduction of tax at source under section 195.

Referral fees to foreign concern for introducing clients is not a fee for technical services

November 25, 2019 7107 Views 0 comment Print

Services rendered by foreign concern for introducing a client did not make-available any technical knowledge, experience, skill, know-how or processes to assessee, therefore, related payment did not fall within the realm of “Fees for included services” as envisaged in Article 12 of the Indo-US, DTAA and payment made to foreign concern constituted its business profits within the meaning of Article 7 Indo-USA DTAA, and in the absence of any Permanent Establishment of the said foreign concern in India no taxability arose and, therefore, assessee was not liable to withhold tax under section 195.

Section 195(1) & 40(a)(ia) talks about tax deduction where sum is chargeable to tax

September 4, 2019 4956 Views 0 comment Print

Coming to the provisions of section 40(a)(ia) of the Act, the said section also provides that any interest, royalty, fees for technical services or other sum chargeable under this Act on which tax is deductible at source under chapter XVII-B and such tax has not been deducted or after deduction has not been paid on or before the due date specified in section 139(1) of the Act. We therefore find that both the provisions of section 195(1) as well as 40(a)(ia) of the Act talks about deduction of tax at source where the sum is chargeable under this Act.

Approval of CIT (Intl. Taxation) not required for certificates U/s. 197/195 if revenue effect is less than Rs. 10 crore

September 2, 2019 4140 Views 0 comment Print

it has been decided to raise threshold of revenue effect for issue of certificates under section 197/195 needing approval of the Commissioner of Income Tax (Intl. Taxation) to Rs. 10 Crore. This threshold will be applicable for all stations in respect of all applications of non-resident taxpayers either pending as on date or filed hereafter. […]

No TDS on commission payment made to overseas agents

August 8, 2019 30564 Views 0 comment Print

When the commission paid to the non-resident agents was neither received or deemed to be received in India nor accrued or was deemed to accrue in India, no income was chargeable to tax under the provisions of the Act. When the payment made by assessee to the overseas agent for services rendered abroad was not income chargeable to tax in India, there was no obligation cast upon assessee to deduct tax at source under section 195 and consequently, the provisions of section 40(a)(ia) would not be attracted. 

Section 195 TDS on payment of any other sum to a non-resident

August 6, 2019 139971 Views 3 comments Print

Provisions of tax deduction at source (TDS) with regard to payment of any other sum to a non-resident is covered under section 195 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 which are explained hereunder.

TDS u/s 195 cannot be deducted in case no title in goods passed from foreign suppliers to assessee outside India

August 6, 2019 5904 Views 0 comment Print

Since the title in goods passed from foreign suppliers to assessee outside India at the port of shipment and AO failed to show as to how income of foreign parties was chargeable to tax in India, therefore,  no income had accrued to foreign parties in India in terms of section 5 and section 9, therefore, section 195 did not apply to payments.

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