e-TDS Return, e-TDS Correction Return/Statement with Regular FVU

Thursday, July 21, 2011 | comments

It is already clear that the all Correction Returns will be prepared by latest NSDL software RPU 2.5.  It was announced on 10th June, 2011,but implemented now.  I mean to say earlier the correction returns prepared by RPU 2.4 using Regular FVU was accepting by NSDL.  But now, NSDL rejects all correction statement which are not prepared by NSDL RPU 2.5 using consolidated FVU with the comments given as under :-


Dear Sir/Madam,

          It is observed that correction e-TDS/TCS statement filed by you during the period April 2011 to June 2011 is rejected at the TIN central system. The reason for rejectioncan be viewed at the TIN website
( www.tin-nsdl.com
) under QuarterlyStatement Status.

         It is also observed that you are using the old version of the NSDL – ReturnPreparation Utility (RPU) for preparation of your e-TDS/TCS correction statement.

     You are advised to use the latest version of RPU available on the TIN website(Downloads – e TDS/TCS). Current RPU version is 2.5.

      It is mandatory to prepare correction statement with consolidated TDS/TCS file,which is available to registered TANs on the TIN website. Detailed guidelines (eTutorial) for TAN registration and request for consolidated TDS/TCS file are available on the TIN website.

        In case of any further clarification, please call us at 020- 2721 8080 or email attin_returns@nsdl.co.in
Thisis a system generated email please do not reply to this email.

Regards,

TaxInformation Network

Facility to obtain TDS/TCS statements is available at TIN website. Register your TAN online at TIN
website to avail this facility. For more details visit TIN website at www.tin-nsdl.com

Online Tax statement (Form 26AS) helps you in filing your income return. View your Form 26AS
through:
2. Net banking facility
3. ITD e-filing portal

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information like user name, password, details of ATM, bank account, credit card, etc. Tax payers
are advised not to part with such information on the basis of e-mails.


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