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TAN is Tax Deducted and Collection Number is a 10 Digit Alphanumeric Number required to all establishments who are responsible for deducting the tax under Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) or Tax Collect at Source (TCS) on behalf of the government. The person deducting the tax and is required to deposit the tax quoting the TAN number. Every person liable to deduct TDS is required to apply for TAN and shall quote this number in all TDS Returns, TDS payments and any other communications regarding TDS with Income Tax Department.
As it name indicate the GST means Good and Service Tax. It’s a major tax reform in India and implementing the GST for merged all the indirect tax (VAT, Service Tax, Excise Duty, Octroi, etc) in one Tax i.e GST. The main object of the Govt to implementing the GST is One Nation, One Tax and abolishes all the Indirect taxa applicable in separate-2 states.
The GST was introduced in India on 1 st July 2017 and all the GST Registration number is based on PAN number and you should apply separate-2 GST number for each state. All the entities involved in manufacturing, buying, the supply of goods, and supply of services are required GST registration. Startup banao is the one of the Best TAN registration Company and GST Registration Company in Gurgaon India.
TDS deduction is the process prescribed by the income tax act and the Tds Deductor is the mediator for deduct the Tax of deductee on behalf of the government and deposit.
When you’re depositing tax, you must quote TAN in documents. TAN is used for deductions such as salary, interest, or dividends. When depositing tax.
AN is a unique identification number given to those who are deducting or collecting taxes at source, on behalf of the Income Tax Department, which makes every individual tax deductor or collector identifiable by his or her TAN
TDS Certificates must be issued by individuals or entities deducting or collecting tax at source. Issuance of these certificates are important so that a tax payee knows how much tax has been paid by him or her.
Any person who deducts/collects tax at source – that is, anyone who is an employer who pays salaries and facilitates TDS – needs to have a TAN (Tax deduction and Collection Account Number). If you do not have a TAN, you cannot deduct taxes from salaries and commissions to another person.
If you are a union or state government authority, a local authority, a company, a branch or subsidiary of a company, a statutory or autonomous association, a trust, a sole proprietor, a Hindu Undivided Family, or an association of persons, you have to get a TAN to make legal salary transactions.
No. Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) and Tax Collection at Source (TCS) can be done through the same TAN. You do not need different TANs for different types of transactions
No. You have to obtain a TAN number if you are responsible for TDS or TCS. PAN is a unique number for individuals who pay tax. You cannot enter the PAN where a TAN is necessitated.
The Income Tax Department allots TAN based on the application submitted by companies or employers. The application has to be submitted through National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL)-Tax Information Network (TIN) website or facilitation centres.
To get TAN, you can either apply online through the NSDL-TIN website, or visit a facilitation centre (FC) of TIN. You need to fill and submit Form 49B, which is available both online and at TIN-FCs. If you are not registered under the Companies Act, 2003, you need to fill and submit Form INC-7.
The list of TIN facilitation centres is available on the NSDL-TIN website.
Yes. You have to pay the TAN processing fees of Rs. 63 – Rs. 55 application charge plus 14% service tax – via NSDL.
Yes. You can pay through credit and debit cards as well as through net banking.
You do not have to submit any documents if you are applying offline. For when submitting online, you have to print out the acknowledgement slip that confirms your online submission details. You have to send this acknowledgment slip within 15 days of your online submission to the NSDL office in Pune. If you are not making an online payment when applying, you also have to send the NSDL a Demand Draft or cheque for Rs. 63.
The NSDL will send the TAN allotment letter to the address provided by you in the Form 49B
Yes, you can. The NSDL-TIN website has a ‘Status Track’ section. You need to know your 14-digit acknowledgement number to check the status. You can check your status after 3 days of applying for TAN.
No, you cannot deduct or collect taxes if you have not obtained the TAN yet. If you do not quote your TAN where required, the documents will be returned and the request will not be processed.
Yes. You need to apply for TANs for all branches if the person/authority who collects TDS/TCS is different. Details such as name of the branch, its location, designation of the person responsible for TDS/TCS, etc. should be mentioned in the forms when applying for TAN.
You can cross-check your TAN number either with the TIN-FCs, who will help you get the new number, or in the online database. If checking online, you can enter your old TAN and the system will give you the new one.
Your TAN may be rejected for the following 3 reasons:
You have not filled the Form 49B correctly, or the form is incomplete.
You already have a TAN in your/your company’s name.
Your payment was not properly processed
Fill in the Form 49B correctly and completely before submitting it to NSDL. If you are not sure, go to your nearest TIN facilitation centre and take the help of the officials there. Make sure that your payment has gone through – if you are sending a cheque, ensure that you have sufficient funds in your bank account. Whatever mistakes you made in the previous form, avoid making them.