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Welcome step by ITD (Revenue Department)

Welcome step by ITD (Revenue Department)

The facility to upload online quarterly TDS/TCS statements in the e-filing portal shall be available w.e.f. 01.05.2016
Step-by-wise Procedure for e-filing of TDS Returns with effect from 01/05/2016
With effect from 01/05/2016 etds quarterly statements/returns shall not be e-filed or uploaded at TIN NSDL website. However they shall be uploaded at TRACES TDSCPC website

TDS Statement Upload – User Manual

Pre-Requisites for Uploading TDS Statement

To upload TDS, user should hold valid TAN and should be registered in e-Filing
Statement should be prepared using the Return Preparation Utility (RPU) and validated using the File Validation Utility (FVU). The utilities can be downloaded from tin-nsdl website (https://www.tin-nsdl.com/).
Valid DSC should be registered in e-Filing.
Upload TDS/TCS Statement To Upload TDS, the steps are as below:

Step 1: In e-Filing Homepage, Click on “Login Here”
tds return online upload

Step 2: Enter User ID (TAN), Password, and Captcha. Click Login.

tds return online upload

Step 3: Post login, go to TDS   Upload TDS.

tds return online upload

Step 4:         In the form provided, select the appropriate statement details from the drop down boxes for:

FVU Version
Assessment Year
Form Name
Quarter
Upload Type
Note:


TDS can be uploaded from Assessment Year 2011-12
Only Regular Statements can be uploaded, the Correction statement can beØ uploaded only through tin-nsdl portal.
tds return online upload

Step 5: Click Validate to Validate Statement details.

tds return online upload procedure

Step 6: “Upload TDS ZIP file”: Upload the TDS/TCS statement (Prepared using the utility downloaded from tin-NSDL Website)

Step 7: “Attach the Signature file” Upload the signature file generated using DSC Management Utility for the uploaded TDS ZIP file. For further details on generating Signature file click here. Navigate to Step by Step Guide for Uploading Zip File (Bulk Upload)

Step 8: Click on “Upload” button.

Once the TDS is uploaded, success message will be displayed on the screen. A confirmation mail is sent to the registered email id.

online tds return upload procedure


View Filed TDS Statement

To View the Filed TDS statement, the steps are as below:

Step 1: Login to e-Filing, Go to TDS

online tds return upload procedure

Step 2: In the form provided, select the details from the drop down boxes for Assessment Year, Form Name and Quarter respectively for which the TDS was uploaded.

online tds return upload procedure

Step 3: Click on “View Details”.

Step 4: The status of the TDS uploaded is displayed.

online tds return upload procedure

Once uploaded the status of the statement would be “Uploaded”. The uploaded file will be processed and validated. Upon validation the status will be either be “Accepted” or “Rejected” and would be reflected within 24 hours from the time of upload. In case if “Rejected”, the rejection reason will be displayed.

If the status is “Rejected”, click on the Token Number to view the error details.

online tds return upload procedure

Reason for rejection would be displayed as below:

online tds return upload procedure


Step 6: If the status is “Accepted”, click on the Token Number to see the details of acknowledgement of the statement uploaded for all future reference.

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