What is 192 A?

What is 192 A?

Section 192A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 essentially is concerned with the Tax Deducted at Source or TDS on the withdrawals of the provident fund. This section is particularly new as it has just been introduced in the Income Tax Act.

What is 194A section for TDS?

Section 194A deals with the provisions relating to TDS on interest other than on securities. Tax is to be deducted under section 194A, if interest (other than interest on securities) is paid to a resident. Thus, the provisions of section 194A are not applicable in case of payment of interest to a non-resident.

How is TDS US 192 calculated?

Education and higher education cess of 4% on the income tax = Rs 5,100. Therefore, the net tax payable = Rs 1,32,600. According to the equation above = Rs 1,32,600/12,00,000*100, which equals to 11.05%. Hence, TDS u/s 192 to be deducted per month = Rs 1,00,000 x 11.05% = Rs 11,050.

What is 192 2B of income tax?

Section 192(2B) enables a taxpayer / employee to furnish particulars of income under any head other than “Salaries” to his employee for inclusion in taxable income and deduction of tax at source. Usually following incomes declared for inclusion and documents / certificates submitted by the employee for verification.

How is TDS calculated on salary 192?

The TDS to be deducted by dividing the estimated tax liability of the employee for the financial year by the number of months of his employment under the particular employer. However, if you do not have PAN, TDS shall be deducted at the rate of 20% (excluding education cess and higher education cess).

What is Section 192 2B of income tax?

What is Section 193 of Income Tax Act?

Section 193 – TDS on interest on securities: A TDS of 10% is to be deducted for individual and HUF on interest from securities received if the limit of Rs. 5000 on debentures and 10,000 on others are crossed.

What is the TDS rate under section 194jb?

Any payment covered under this section shall be subject to TDS at the rate of 10%. From 1 April 2020, the payment of fees for technical service shall be subject to TDS at the rate of 2%.

What is 194jb section for TDS?

What is Section Code 194JA and Section Code 194JB?

In NSDL RPU 3.5, one needs to select the following section codes for section 194J Rate of TDS Remarks
4JB 10% 194J(b)- Fee for professional service or royalty etc. (@10%)

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