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TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) filing is a crucial tax compliance process where entities deduct tax from payments made to individuals or entities as per the Income Tax Act, 1961. It involves timely submission of TDS returns detailing deducted taxes and deposited amounts with the government. Compliance with TDS regulations ensures transparency and accuracy in tax transactions. Entities are required to file TDS returns periodically, typically on a quarterly basis, to avoid penalties and maintain tax compliance.

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TDS Filing refers to the process of reporting tax deductions made at the source of income to the tax authorities. It is mandatory for entities, including individuals, businesses, and government bodies, responsible for deducting TDS to file TDS returns with the Income Tax Department.

Various types of payments, such as salaries, interest, rent, commission, professional fees, dividends, and contract payments, are subject to TDS under the Income Tax Act. The rates and thresholds for TDS deduction vary depending on the nature of the payment and the provisions of the law.

The different TDS forms include Form 24Q for TDS on salaries, Form 26Q for TDS on payments other than salaries, Form 27Q for TDS on payments to non-residents, and Form 27EQ for TDS on payments made to contractors and professionals. Each form is used to report specific types of TDS deductions.

Non-compliance with TDS filing requirements may result in penalties, fines, and legal actions by the Income Tax Department. It can also lead to disallowance of TDS deductions, interest charges on delayed filings, and adverse impacts on the deductor's reputation and compliance status.