TAN is Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number, TAN is 10-digit alphanumeric number and issued to persons who are required to deduct tax or collect tax as per provisions of TDS/TCS on payments made by them. Person deducting the TDS is required to deposit the tax deducted to the credit of Central Government by quoting the TAN number, TDS amount, the entity registered for TAN. TAN application is send in form 49B and quarterly TDS returns need to be filed. Deducting entity would issue TDS certificate to person/entity whom tax has been
TAN or Tax Deduction and Collection Number (TAN) is mandatory 10 digit alpha number required to be obtained by all persons who are responsible for Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) or Tax Collection at Source (TCS) on behalf of the Government. Tax deducted at source (TDS) ensures that the Government's collection of tax is proponed and the responsibility for paying tax is diversified. The person deducting the tax at source is required to deposit the tax deducted to the credit of Central Government - quoting the TAN number. Individuals who are salaried are not required to obtain TAN or deduct tax at source. However, a proprietorship business and other entities (i.e., Private Limited Company, LLP, etc.,) must deduct tax at source while making certain payment like salary, payments to contractor or sub-contractors, payment of rent exceeding Rs.1,80,000 per year, etc. On deducting tax at source, the entity registered for TAN will issue a TDS Certificate as proof of collection of tax.
Step 1:Applicants will fill form 49A for PAN and 49B for TAN online and submit the form
Step 2: If you find any errors, correct them and re-submit the form
Step 3: A confirmation screen with all the data filled by the applicants will be displayed, on which applicant may either edit or confirm the same.
Step 4: On confirmation, an acknowledgement will appear. The acknowledgement will contain a unique 15-digit acknowledgement number in Case of PAN and 14 digits in case of TAN
Step 5: Save and print this acknowledgement.
Step 6: Applicant must affix 2 colour photographs with white background(PAN card)
Step 7: In case an individual applicant enters Aadhaar number in the application form, then submit the proof of adhaar along with documents to NSDL e-Gov.
Step 8: If communication address is within India:-
1.The opening of current account - getting registered under Shop and Establishment act will provide you with a license of working and a legal entity as well. The license along with a certificate from a respected chartered accountant will benefit the business for opening a current account with the banks without any trouble.
2.Smooth inspections - State government and local municipality conduct regular inspection visits for checking the proper working of shops and establishments along with license as well. If you have the Shop Act license, then you can quickly get over the inspections every time
3.One time cost - There is no need for any further fulfilment of charges. Only one time payment is required.
4. Time - saving Now the Process of Shop act registration has turned out to be online and takes maximum three days for the registration process
Permanent Account Number (PAN) is a ten-digit alphanumeric number, issued in the form of a laminated card, by the Income Tax Department. A typical PAN is AABPS1205E.
It is mandatory to quote PAN on return of income, all correspondence with any income tax authority. From 1 January 2005 it will be mandatory to quote PAN on challans for any payments due to Income Tax Department.
It is statutory responsibility of a person receiving document relating to economic or financial transactions notified by the CBDT to ensure that PAN has been duly quoted in the document.
Yes, it is compulsory to quote PAN on return of income.
A facility for verifying PAN is available on the website of the Income Tax department.
Obtaining or possessing more than one PAN is against the law.