Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number Registration
Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number ,commonly known as TAN ,is a 10-digit alphanumeric identification number. This unique number is necessary for individuals and entities who have the responsibility of deducting or collecting taxes. The Income Tax Department assigns this alphanumeric number in accordance with Section 203A of the Income Tax Act of 1961. Moreover ,it is mandatory to mention the TAN on all TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) returns.
Why is TAN Required?
Everyone must have a TAN since TIN facilitation centres will not accept returns that do not have Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) or Tax Collected at Source (TCS) deductions. If TAN is not stated, banks will not accept the challans for TDS/TCS payments.
Types of TAN Applications
There are basically two types of TAN applications. They are:
- Application for issuance of new TAN
- Form for change or correction in TAN data for TAN allotted
Reasons to Register a TAN
TAN - Tax deduction Account Number
TAN is a 10 character alpha-numeric code issued by the Income Tax Department for persons responsible for deducting or collecting tax at source. All most all for-profit entities and not-for-profit entities are required to obtain TAN
Tax Deducted at Source must be deposited into a recognised bank using Challan 281 and the TAN. The 7th day of the next month must be observed in order to pay TDS from the previous month.
Proprietorship Require TAN
People who receive a salary are exempt from the source deduction requirement. However, sole proprietors are obligated to get TANs and withhold tax from paychecks as needed.
TAN Facilitation Center
You can quickly and easily receive TAN with the aid of VARTC. Send the TAN application and any other accompanying documentation, and we will assist you in obtaining your TAN as soon as possible.
A TAN is valid forever once it has been given out. TDS Filings must be submitted quarterly on the 15th of July, October, January, and May, though. TDS files must be submitted before the deadline or a penalty will apply.
At VARTC Tax Expert will prepare your TAN Application and obtain your signature in the format along with the necessary supporting documents.
VARTC will send the TAN Application to the Tax Department after it has been completed.
Once the application and the attached supporting documents are verified, the Tax Department will allot a TAN Number for your business.
An application for allocation in Form 49B must be submitted along with the necessary supporting documentation in order to receive a TAN. The TAN will be given to the entity based on the application. In all TDS/TCS returns, TDS/TCS payment challans, and TDS/TCS Certificates, the entity must include the TAN. The VARTC staff can assist you with obtaining your TAN registration fast and without any fuss.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Not any document is required to be submitted while making a TIN application.
Yes, you need to pay a minimal amount for availing a TAN card
Demand Draft and cheques should be in Demand Draft and cheques should be in favor of Protean eGov Technologies Limited-TIN. apply for a new TAN ?
In case of relocation within the same city then it is not required. However, if the relocation is happening in different cities then you are required to surrender the existing TAN and apply for a fresh TAN.
A printout from the website of the Income Tax Department of the webpage showing the details of TAN will be helpful in showing that you can TAN.
No, you can never use PAN in place of TAN under any circumstances as they both serve different purposes.
The original TAN should be used in case a duplicate TAN is being obtained.
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