TDS Advisory And Filing

TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) compliance is a crucial aspect of the Indian income tax system under the provisions of the Income Tax Act, of 1961. It places responsibilities on entities making specified payments to deduct a predetermined percentage of tax at the source before disbursing funds to the payee. To ensure TDS compliance, businesses and individuals must obtain a TAN (Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number) and deduct TDS at the prescribed rates while making payments such as salary, interest, rent, and professional fees. The deducted amount must be deposited promptly with the government using designated challans. Additionally, quarterly TDS returns must be filed, detailing the TDS deductions made and the corresponding deposits. TDS certificates, such as Form 16 for salary TDS, must be issued to the recipients within the stipulated time.


The compliance process demands accuracy in TDS deduction rates, timely submissions, and adherence to prescribed guidelines. Non-compliance may lead to penalties and legal repercussions. Regular audits and a proactive approach to TDS compliance are essential for businesses and individuals alike to meet their statutory obligations and maintain financial integrity.

TDS advisory services involve guiding clients on various aspects of TDS, such as:

  • Understanding the TDS provisions and compliance requirements applicable to their business or personal situation.
  • Determining the TDS rates applicable to different types of payments and transactions.
  • Advising clients on the implications of non-compliance with TDS regulations and the potential penalties and interest that may be levied.
  • Helping clients identify and resolve any issues or discrepancies in their TDS returns.


TDS filing services involve preparing and filing TDS returns with the government on behalf of clients. This includes:

  • Collecting and organizing all necessary information and documents related to TDS payments and transactions.
  • Calculating the TDS amounts to be deposited with the government and preparing TDS challans.
  • Preparing and filing TDS returns with the relevant authorities, such as the Income Tax Department.
  • Responding to any queries or notices from the tax authorities related to TDS filings.


General Question

FAQ on TDS (Tax Deducted at Source)
A1: TDS, or Tax Deducted at Source, is a mechanism where a certain percentage of tax is deducted at the time of making specific payments like salary, interest, rent, etc., ensuring a steady inflow of revenue to the government.
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