TDS :- Solution of Different Section Code , Assessment Year, Quarters , Branches etc.

Friends,   TDS (CPC) Team has communicated on 09th January 2015 to their Deductors regarding some important points related to different section codes  in a month in a single challan, Adjustment of TDS in different Quarters / Years and use of different challans of different branch with same TAN. No doubt after e-mailing / publishing by TDS (CPC) team, there is no need to publish again through this website. But it has been generally observed that  deductors do not care emails lying in their inbox or professionals / nodal centers (who prepare TDS statements ) do not enter email address of deductors so that they do not receive such e-mails and do not aware the facts mentioned in below communication.  Therefore it is requested to all deductors / stakeholders to read below communication carefully. 


Date of communication : 09/01/2015 

Dear Deductor (TAN -________), 

As per the records of the Centralized Processing Cell (TDS), it has been observed that you have used multiple challans in a month for payment of Tax Deducted.
For Deductors' convenience, CPC(TDS) has established processing logic in the system that can accept a Single Challan per month for reporting of Tax Deposited in following circumstances:
  1. Situation 1: Where Payment of Tax Deducted is required under "different sections" of the Income Tax Act, 1961:
    • The CPC (TDS) system gives credit of TDS against different sections of the Act, even though a specific section has been quoted in the challan.
    • Example: The challan used for payment of TDS relevant to Section 192 of the Act can also be used for the purpose of reporting tax deposited under Section 194 of the Act also.

    Situation prior to Financial Year 2012-13Consumption of Challan in TDS Statement on the basis of Section quoted in the Challan details
    Situation with effect from Financial Year 2012-13Section quoted in Challan, at the time of depositing Tax deducted/ collected is irrelevant for the purpose of consumption in TDS Statement.

  2. Situation 2: Where Payment of Tax Deducted is required for "different Assessment Years":
    • In case tax has been deposited more than the required tax deducted at source for a particular Assessment Year, the excess amount of tax can be claimed in the following quarters of the relevant year. The balance amount if any can be carried forward to the next year for claim in the TDS statement.
    • Example: If excess payment of Tax has been made in Quarter 1 of financial year 2013-14, the same can be used for Quarter 2, 3&4 of F.Y. 2013-14 as well as for Q1 to Q4 of F.Y.2014-15. The excess amount of tax paid in Q1 of F.Y.2013-14 can also be used for payment of tax default of Q1 to Q4 of F.Y.2012-13.
  3. Situation 3: Where different challans have been used for the purpose of reporting multiple Deductees associated with "different branches with same TAN":
    • The deductor may have used multiple challans for reporting multiple deductees associated with different branches, in the TDS Statement.
    • A single challan can be used for the purpose of reporting Tax Deducted for such deductees.
    • Example: If a Bank has multiple branches with same TAN, payment of Tax Deducted can be made by a single challan and all the deductees can be tagged using the same.
Based on the above information, you may use a single challan in a month towards payment of Tax Deposited. For any assistance, you can write to ContactUs@tdscpc.gov.inor call our toll-free number 1800 103 0344.
CPC (TDS) is committed to provide best possible services to you.
CPC (TDS) TEAM
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