The CPC (TDS) Website "www.tdscpc.gov.in" has hosted a undermentioned communication on 10th September, 2014 regarding the usage of single challan for all purposes. The communication is as under:
Detailed instructions have been issued by the CBDT to all the assessing officers laying down a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for verification and correction of demand by the AOs. As per this SOP, the taxpayers can get their outstanding tax demand reduced/deleted by applying for rectification along with the requisite documentary evidence of tax/demand already paid.
SECTION 139D OF THE INCOME-TAX ACT, 1961 - FILING OF RETURN IN ELECTRONIC FORM - EXTENSION OF FACILITY TO TAXPAYERS TO VERIFY IF DEMAND IN THEIR CASE IS DUE TO TAX CREDIT MISMATCH ON ACCOUNT OF INCORRECT FURNISHING OF SPECIFIED PARTICULARS AND SUBMIT RECTIFICATION REQUESTS WITH CORRECT PARTICULARS OF TDS/TAX CLAIMS FOR CORRECTION OF THESE DEMANDS
PRESS NOTE NO.402/92/2006-MC, DATED 17-4-2014
Detailed instructions have been issued by the CBDT to all the assessing officers laying down a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for verification and correction of demand by the AOs.
The CBDT has issued Instruction No. 02/2014 dated 26.02.2014 in which it has referred to the judgements of the Supreme Court in Transmission Corp of A. P. 299 ITR 587 and GE India Technology Pvt. Ltd 327 ITR 456 on the issue of deduction of tax at source u/s 195 while making payments to non-residents.
CBDT has extended the due date to file TDS/TCS statement for Government deductor for the Financial year 2012-13(except first quarter) and Financial Year 2013-14 (first three quarters) to 31.03.2014.This has been done due to late filing of TDS returns by Govt departments due to non allottment of AIN number.
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