Call Now! +91 82903 51150

Follow Us:


TDS Return Filing


A person who is liable to deduct tax at source has got to file the TDS return as a part of compliance. A TDS return is submitted by Tax Deductor in respect of each quarter with the income tax Department. The return is a statement that entails the details of the tax collected, source of collection, and tax paid to the Government for the reporting period.


Generally, tax is deducted on transactions such as Salaries, payment to professionals and contractual basis, payment of rents exceeding certain amount, etc. for every such sort of transaction and payment, there is a prescribed rate of interest. The deductee can claim the advantage of the tax deducted while ITR filing, as long as the deductor has filed the TDS return on time.


Form for filing TDS statements
Quarterly TDS statements shall be furnished in following forms:-
1) Form 24Q – Statement of deduction of tax from salary under section 192.
2) Form 27Q – Statement of deduction of tax under section 193 to 196D in respect of the deductee who is a non-resident (not being a company) or a foreign company or resident but not ordinarily resident.
3) Form 26Q – Statement of deduction of tax under Section 193 to 196D in any other case.
However, in case tax is deducted under section 194-IA and 194-IB, the deductor shall furnish a challan-cum-statement in Form 26QB and Form 26QC respectively within a period of 30 days from the end of the month in which the deduction is made. In this case, no statement shall be filed separately.


Due date for filing of TDS statements
The due dates for filing quarterly TDS statements are as follows:
• Quarter ending of the financial year If deductor is an office of government or non-government deductor


QuarterPeriodDue Date of Filing
1st Quarter1st April to 30th June31st July
2nd Quarter1st July to 30th September31st Oct
3rd Quarter1st October to 31st December31st Jan
4th Quarter1st January to 31st March31st May

Our Process

Step 1

We receive TAN and challans

Step 2

You fill in a simple excel template

Step 3

Your return is prepared

Step 4

Your return is submitted

Step 5

You receive return acknowledgement

Choose Your Package

All Inclusive Pricing – No Hidden Fee

  • Basic
    • 1000
      • 0-20 deduction Per month
      • FORM 24Q Filing
      • FORM 27EQ filing
      • FORM 26Q filing
      • Form 16 and form 16A generation(includes filing fees)
    • Purchase Now
  • Premium
    • 2000
      • 20-100 deduction Per Month
      • FORM 24Q Filing
      • FORM 27EQ filing
      • FORM 26Q filing
      • Form 16 and form 16A generation(includes filing fees)
    • Purchase Now
  • Ultimate
    • 4000
      • 100-200 Deduction Per Month
      • FORM 24Q Filing
      • FORM 27EQ filing
      • FORM 26Q filing
      • Form 16 and form 16A generation(includes filing fees)
    • Purchase Now


A steady inflow of income to the government.

Facilitates a smooth collection of taxes used for welfare.

No burden of paying tax lump sum as the payment is done every three months for the whole year

Documents Required

Your TAN

Details of all deduction along with subsequent details ( like PAN, Amount, Nature of transactions)

Challans of TDS payment

Working of TDS Return.

Clear All Your Doubts !

Who is required to file TDS return online?

Any assessee deducting tax from a source must file the TDS return. Unless one has deducted tax, a requirement to file a TDS return does not arise.

What is a TDS Certificate?

As the name says, TDS is collected on the source of income, and therefore the frequency of collection is as frequent as the transactions are. This makes tracking of deduction difficult. Therefore, a certificate on the letterhead of the deductor is issued to the deductee for the TDS payment. Individuals are advised to request for TDS certificate wherever applicable, if not already provided.

What is the penalty for delay or non-filing?

The taxpayer who failed to file a TDS return before the due date has to pay ₹ 200 per day of delay in filing as an additional fee. Apart from an additional fee, the penalty can be levied u/s 271H of the Income Tax Act. The minimum penalty prescribed is ₹ 10,000 which may extend to One Lakh Rupees.

How and when the TDS must be deposited?

Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) must be deposited through banks using Challan 281 quoting the TAN number of the entity. The deadline for payment of TDS is the 7th day of each month.

Let’s start your business journey with Book My Consultant.