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 deducted.
TAN number is a 10 digit alphanumeric number which is issued by Income Tax Department.
TAN number is issued for a lifetime, it needs not to be renewed.
TAN Number is required at time of TDS payment, TDS returns.
Failure to apply for TAN or not the same will result in a penalty of ₹ 10,000.
TDS returns need to be filed quarterly and TDS certificates need to be given in 15 days from due date of filing.
Different slab and limits are there as per different sections in Income Tax Act for deducting TDS.
Day 1- ComplyPartner Team would interact with client
Day 1- RequiredDocuments to be provided by client
Day 3- Team would prepare the form on basis of documents
Day 14- If Application is in order, TAN allotment is done
Day 4- Acknowledgment to be submitted along with hard copy
Day 4- Expert would check the application and file online
Documents Required for PAN/TAN Registration
Applicant’s proof of identity
Applicant’s proof of address
Form 49B – TAN registration application