TDS return

Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) is a tax collected by the government when you carry out specific transactions like rent, commission, fees, salaries, interests, EMIs, etc. Since every salaried person is supposed to pay TDS it is detected from your salary in advance. The deduction amount is usually between the ranges from 1% to 10%. TDS return is the quarterly statement submitted by the company to the I-T department.

From Rs : 10000 /-


  • The TDS return is filed on the official on the online portal with the Return Preparation Utility (RPU).
  • The information provided by you is verified by a digital signature.
  • You can also file the hard copy of the returns by submitting the required documents and the application at the TIN-Facilitation Centres managed by NSDL.

Due Date

  • Quarter 1: July 15
  • Quarter 2: October 15
  • Quarter 3: January 15
  • Quarter 4: May 15


  • If you fail to file the TDS return within a year of the due date you then the penalty ranges between Rs 10,000 to Rs 1, 00, 00.
  • The same amount of penalty is imposed in case fraudulent information is shared.
  • After the due date, Rs 200 per day plenty is added to the total deductions.

  • Bank Statements
  • Investment proofs
  • Challan of tax payment
  • TDS certificate
  • Loan certificate


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