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This plan enables you to file When you buy an immovable property (i.e. a building or a land) costing more than Rs 50 lakh you need to deduct TDS at rate of 1% on the payment made to the seller and file TDS return..A delay in filing the returns attracts interest and penalty levied by the Tax Department, hence, it is important to pay TDS within due date and subsequent return filing is equally important. this plans Any individual who is required to make a payment on salary and has to deduct TDS. Any organisation such as corporate, partnership firm etc required to make specified payments (other than salary) after deduction of TDS. Every above mentioned person or entity who has deducted TDS while disbursing salary to its employees is required to file your quarterly TDS returns. A delay in filing the returns attracts interest and penalty levied by the Tax Department. Any branch of principal business office.

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  • Registration on TRACES
  • Filing of Form 26QB
  • Challan Verification
  • Online FVU Generation and Submission
  • Generation of Form 16 B
  • Expert Assisted Tax Filing for business and professionals

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

  • Details of Seller
  • Details of Buyer
  • Details of Property and Consideration Paid
  • Tax Challan details
  • Deduction details
  • Other Documents

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FAQ

TDS has to be deducted by every buyer on purchase of an immovable property being building/land other than agriculture land if the purchase value exceeds Rs. 50 lakh. TDS is to be deducted from whole amount to be paid. For eg. if a property is bought for Rs 70 lakh then TDS has to be deducted on the entire amount that is Rs 70 lakh, not on just the Rs 20 lakh that exceeds the Rs 50 lakh threshold.
Form 26QB is required to be submitted for TDS details on all payments other than salary on a quarterly basis by the deductor. Form 26QB is applicable for When you buy an immovable property (i.e. a building or a land) costing more than Rs 50 lakh you need to deduct TDS at rate of 1% on the payment made to the seller and file TDS return.
PAN of the seller is mandatory for deducting TDS and filing Form 26QB. It is buyer’s responsibility to acquire the PAN from the seller(s) before effecting the transaction. Neither the buyer, nor the seller is required to procure the TAN. Only PAN of both the parties is to be quoted.
The Form 26QB challan has to be filled by each buyer for every unique buyer-seller combination for their respective share. In this case, you will need to fill two form 26QB – one between you and your friend and another between you and your friend’s spouse.
From June 1st 2013, when a buyer (Indian Resident) buys immovable property (i.e. a building or part of a building or any land other than agricultural land) costing more than Rs 50 lakhs, he has to deduct TDS when he pays the seller. So, TDS is required to be deducted and you will also have to pay late fee and interest.
TDS has to be deducted at the time of making the payment, whether in lump sum or installments. TDS has to be deducted and deposited within 7 days of the next month in which payment is made. For eg. for a payment that is made in the month of September, the return has to be filed by 7th of october. *In case TDS is not deducted, interest is payable at 1% per month *In case TDS is deducted but not paid interest is payable at 1.5% per month *There is late fee of Rs. 200 per day till the failure to file TDS statement continues
The taxpayer has to mandatory submit the Form at the end of each Financial Year in case the agreement period contains more than one Financial Year and rent has been paid during the year
The due date for payment of TDS on rent is 30 days from the end of the month in which the rent is paid. Example: If the taxpayer has made deduction of rent in December, then the applicable TDS have to be deposited on or before thirty days, that is January 30th.
Yes, return can be revised within a period of one year from the end of the relevant assessment year or before completion of the assessment whichever is earlier. Filing of revised return is not part of the plan. Plan buyer is required to provide full and accurate details to avoid the need for any rectification in the originally filed return.
Section| TDS | Rate | Nature of Payment
Section 192| According to income slab According to income slab
Section 193|10% of income from interests on securities
Section 194| 10% of income from deemed dividends
Section 194A|10% of income from interests other than those on securities more than Rs.5,000
Section 194B| 30% of lottery or game-related winnings more than Rs.10,000
Section 194BB| 30% of income from horse racing more than Rs.5,000
Section 194C| 1% of earning from contracts or sub contracts for individuals and HUF (Hindu Unified Families) 2% for corporates morethan Rs.30,000 agregatted 1,00,000
Section 194D| 10% of income from insurance commissions more than Rs.20,000
Section 194EE| 20% of payment in NSS deposits more than Rs.2,500
Section 194F| 20% of payment made for repurchase of UTI or MF units
Section 194G| 10% of commission earned from selling lottery tickets more than Rs.1,000
Section 194H| 10% of commission or brokerage earnings more than Rs.5,000
Section 194I| 2% of rent of plant and machinery 10% of rent of land, building, fitting, or furniture more than Rs.1.8 lakhs
Section 194IA|1% Payment on transfer of certain immovable property other than agricultural land more than Rs 50 Lakhs.
Secrion 194IB |5% on payment if All individuals or HUFs (except those liable to audit under clause a and b of section 44AB) paying monthly rent to a resident more than Rs. 50,000
Section 194J|10% of fees for technical or professional services
Section 194L|10% of compensation payment made to a resident when acquisitioning some immovable property more than Rs.1 lakh
*Threshold limit denotes the amount of income/profit up to which TDS will not be deducted. TDS will be calculated on value of income up and over threshold limit only.
You can pay taxes Online . If comes to due you can pay taxes online. We will help you in that payment.
No, all documents are filed electronically, you would not need to be physically present at all. You would need to send us scanned copies of all the required documents & forms.
Form 16 is given by the Purchaser to Sellor stating that this much is the Sale Consideration Paid to him & this Much is TDS is deducted and paid on his account during the year. you can get it after filing the TDS return form 26 QB with the Income tax department