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New File Validation Utilities released – Effective from February 01, 2012

January 5th, 2012

NSDL has released two new File Validation Utilities – FVU 3.3 & FVU 2.131 pertaining to the validation of TDS & TCS returns.

FVU 3.3 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements pertaining to F.Y. 2010-11 onwards and FVU 2.131 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements pertaining up to F.Y. 2009-10. Both the new File Validation Utilities will be mandatory with effect from February 01, 2012.

Please Note: Up to January 31, 2012 the FVU files generated from both the old utilities i.e. FVU 3.2 & FVU 2.130 and the new utilities i.e. FVU 3.3 & FVU 2.131 will be accepted.

Register your TAN at the TIN-NSDL website

December 20th, 2011

Tax Information Network (TIN) has always been providing various facilities to deductors. One such facility provided under TIN is authenticated login (TAN account) provided to deductors/collectors at TIN website. Under this login, following functions are provided:

  • Online request of consolidated TDS/TCS file: Useful for preparation of correction statement.
  • Online generation of Form 16A for valid PANs.
  • Online download of default details generated by Income Tax Department.
  • Bulk upload of Form 15CA records.
  • Update of TAN account contact details.

For creating authenticated login (TAN account), deductor/collector has to register TAN online at TIN website. In view of the same, you are requested to create and activate the TAN account at TIN and avail the aforementioned facilities offered by TIN, if not done already.

TIN-NSDL has now made some new changes in the TAN registration process. Detailed revised procedure for creating “TAN Account” and activation of TAN account is as under:

  • On registration, an e-mail containing link will be sent to registered e-mail ID (s).
  • User will be required to click on the link for activating the TAN account. This link is sent for verifying the validity of e-mail ID.
  • On clicking the link, user will be prompted to provide TAN and corresponding 12 digit TAN registration number.
  • If the TAN & TAN registration number matches, then TAN account will be activated within 24 hours.
  • TAN account will be active if at least one of the e-mail ID is verified.
  • TAN account will not be activated, If the user does not click link or does not provide respective TAN and TAN registration number and the same is verified.
  • If user has provided two e-mail ID (s) on registration/ re-registration, then the TAN account will be activated even if the user clicks on the link (as mentioned above) sent at any one of the registered e-mail ID.
  • On activation of TAN account, an e-mail containing the user ID in password protected PDF file will be sent to registered e-mail ID (s). On receipt of this e-mail, user can login to TAN account.

Further the user may re-register the TAN if user has:

  • Forgotten the TAN account details like user ID, TAN registration no. (12 digit alphanumeric number) or
  • Would like to update the contact details of TAN account ,wherein the user does not know the login credentials of TAN account

Procedure for activation of TAN account on re-registration of TAN would be the same as applicable on first time registration of TAN (as above).

New File Validation Utilities (FVU) released by NSDL

March 22nd, 2011

NSDL has released new File Validation Utilities (FVU) as under:-

1.  FVU 3.1       (Applicable for F.Y.2010-11 onwards)

2.  FVU 2.130   (Applicable up to F.Y.2009-10)

The key features of the File Validation Utility (FVU) version 3.1:

  1. FVU 3.1 will be applicable for quarterly TDS / TCS statements pertaining to F.Y. 2010-11 onwards and will be mandatory w.e.f. April 01, 2011.
  2. It will be mandatory to quote Mobile No. in quarterly TDS / TCS statements for Deductor category other than Central Govt. and State Govt.
  3. Re-introduction of PAN Reference No. field in deductee / collectee details.
  4. Provision to quote the deduction under Section 80CCF in Salary Details (applicable for 24Q – Q4).
  5. ‘Surcharge’ amount in Salary Details (provided annually in Annexure II — 24Q Q4) should be less than or equal to ‘Total Taxable Income’.
  6. ‘Education Cess’ amount in Salary Details (provided annually in Annexure II — 24Q Q4) should be less than or equal to ‘Total Taxable Income’.
  7. ‘Net Income tax payable’ amount in Salary Details (provided annually in Annexure II — 24Q Q4) should be less than or equal to ‘Total Taxable Income’.
  8. Highlighting of transaction where tax has not been deducted as threshold limit is not exceeded (as per the provisions of Income Tax Act) in the first quarter (s) but in subsequent quarter has exceeded the threshold limit.

For further details please visit http://tin-nsdl.com/

Forthcoming changes in TDS / TCS filing for Quarter 4

February 25th, 2011

In a recent communication, NSDL has outlined the following changes in eTDS statement filing for the Fourth Quarter:

  • It will be mandatory to provide the mobile number of the responsible person
  • Currently the system accepts TDS amount without proper calculation of Amount Paid / Credit * TDS Rate. Now, this would be strictly implemented
  • Deductee records will have to be flagged to show that the amount paid / credited is below the threshold limit, hence it is without tax deduction at source
  • Deductee records will have to be flagged where excess tax has been deducted
  • While making correction returns it will now be possible to update the Provisionally Booked Challans that is downloaded from the consolidated statement
  • Deductions u/s 80CCF will have to be shown separately in the Salary details as part of Form 24Q
  • Downloading of the consolidated statement would be simplified based on suggestions received from all around

Please note that official announcement and system modifications are still to be received from NSDL / Income Tax Dept. Once all details are in place, as usual we shall promptly update JS@eTDS Software (F.Y. 2010-11) to ensure trouble free filing of your TDS / TCS returns.

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