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TAN i.e. Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number is a 10 digit alpha numeric number, e.g. DELM12345L, required to be obtained by all persons who are responsible for deducting tax at source or collecting tax at source. It is compulsory to quote TAN in TDS/TCS return (including any e-TDS/TCS return), any TDS/TCS payment challan, TDS/TCS certificates, Annual Information Return and other documents as may be prescribed. There are two modes for applying for TAN- Offline and online.
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Mandatory to quote
On TDS returns and challans
On correspondence with IT department
All tax information network is based on TAN and PAN links.
It auto-recaptures complete address of the TDS deductor.
Correspondence with Banks
TAN helps in the opening bank account and bank transactions.
Record of transactions and transfer/deduction of TDS
Different branches can have separate TAN
Different divisions can have separate TAN
To make legal transactions
Required by employers including government, local authority etc.
Legalises salary and commission deduction
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Easy process of application
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Who must apply for TAN?
All those persons who are required to deduct tax at source or collect tax at source on behalf of Income Tax Department are required to apply for and obtain TAN.
Why to apply for TAN?
The provisions of section 203A of the Income-tax Act require all persons who deduct or collect tax at source to apply for the allotment of a TAN. The section also makes it mandatory for TAN to be quoted in all TDS/TCS returns, all TDS/TCS payment challans and all TDS/TCS certificates to be issued. Failure to apply for TAN or comply with any of the other provisions of the section attracts a penalty of Rs. 10,000/-.
Why is it necessary to have TAN?
TAN is required to be quoted in all TDS/TCS returns, all TDS/TCS payment challans and all TDS/TCS certificates to be issued. TDS/TCS returns will not be received if TAN is not quoted and challans for TDS/TCS payments will not be accepted by banks. Failure to apply for TAN or not quoting the same in the specified documents attracts a penalty of Rs. 10,000/-
Single TAN is to be used in case of deductor who has to deduct tax from different types of payment such as salary interest payment etc.
TAN once allotted can be used for all types of deduction and collection. In other words, it is not necessary to apply for different TAN if the deductor has to deduct tax from different types of payment such as salary, interest payment, etc.
What is duplicate TAN?
Duplicate TAN is a TAN which has been inadvertently obtained by a same person who is responsible for deducting/collecting tax and who already has a TAN allotted to him earlier. In other words, more than one TAN issued to a person is called duplicate TAN. It is illegal to possess or use more than one TAN. Different branches/divisions of an entity may, however, have separate TAN.
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