What is TDS Return?


A deductor has to deposit the deducted TDS to the government and the details of the same have to be filed in the form of a TDS return. A TDS return has to be filed on quarterly basis and failing to which will incur penalty.

Deductor is a person / legal entity who deducts Tax & remits the same to the Government by filing TDS returns.

Deductee is a person/legal entity from whom the Tax is deducted.

Due dates for filing returns:

The returns have to be filed for every quarter i.e. May 31, July 31, October 31 and January 31 for 2018-19.

You can also access and get notification for the due dates through Google Calendar.

Details required for TDS returns filings

  • Name of the Entity (Proprietorship/ Partnership/ Company/ LLP)
  • Date of Incorporation of the business
  • TAN details
  • PAN details
  • No of Transaction for filing TDS returns
  • Period for which TDS has to be filed
  • Last TDS filing details if any

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