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All about Income Tax Refunds - FAQs

From which date the refund banker has been implemented?
The refund banker has been implemented from January 24, 2007.

In which cities the refund banker has been implemented ?
The refund banker facility is operational for non-corporate taxpayers assessed all over India.

Who will send the refund to me?
The State Bank of India (SBI) is the refund banker to the Income Tax Department (ITD). The Cash Management Product department of SBI (CMP SBI) processes the refunds under the refund banker scheme. Details of refunds are forwarded to CMP SBI by the ITD. CMP SBI processes the refunds and sends the refund intimation to the taxpayer.

How will the refund be sent to me?
Refunds are generated in two modes i.e., ECS and paper . If the taxpayer has selected mode of refund as ECS (direct credit in the bank account of the taxpayer) at the time of submission of income return the taxpayer’s bank A/c (at least 10 digits ) and MICR code of bank branch and communication address are mandatory .

For taxpayers who have not opted for ECS refund will be disbursed by cheque or demand draft.

For generation of refund through paper cheque bank account no, correct address is mandatory.

How can I know the status of my refund?
The taxpayer can track the status of its refund from the Departmental Website www.incometaxindia.gov.in / NSDL-TIN website www.tin-nsdl.com by clicking on “Status of Tax Refunds”.

Refund status can be tracked by entering the PAN and Assessment Year for which refund is to be tracked.

Status of the refund can also be tracked by contacting the help desk of SBI's at toll free number: 18004259760 or email at: - .

If I have shifted my residence whom should I contact for updating my correspondence address for receipt of refund?
The tax payer should contact its Assessing Officer and inform about the change in the correspondence address.

If my bank account has been closed how will I get refund credit into the account?
In case of change or updation in the bank account number the taxpayer should provide the correct account number along with the MICR code where credit is to be effected to the Assessing Officer.

Whom do I contact if the refund dispatched has not been received?
The tax payer can contact its local post office with the speed post ref no displayed at the NSDL-TIN website

I have received the physical ECS refund advice and status of refund is “paid” on website of refund status track but my account has not been credited. Whom do I contact?
In case credit is not effected in the taxpayer account through ECS but the refund advice has been received by the taxpayer AND the status shown is “paid”- in that case, the tax payer should contact his bank or SBI. You should contact SBI at the following address.

Cash Management Product (CMP)
State Bank of India
SBIFAST
31, Mahal Industrial Estate
Off Mahakali Caves Road
Andheri (East)
Mumbai - 400 093.
Phone Number: 18004259760 or email at 

I have neither received the physical ECS refund advice and status of refund is “unpaid” on website track. Whom do I contact?
The tax payer should provide the correct account number and MICR code to concerned Assessing officer, where credit is to be effected. The Assessing Officer will inform SBI to send a fresh refund cheque to the taxpayer.

If the date of encashing the refund cheque expires, whom should I contact?
The tax payer should contact their Assessing Officer as well as CMP SBI at the below address:

Cash Management Product (CMP)
State Bank of India
SBIFAST
31, Mahal Industrial Estate
Off Mahakali Caves Road
Andheri (East)
Mumbai - 400 093.
Phone Number: 18004259760 or email at 

How do I rectify any mistakes in the name, assessment year, PAN, account number printed on the refund cheque delivered to me?
In case of any mistakes on the refund cheque delivered to you, the following should be done:

  1. Send the original refund cheque to CMP, State Bank of India at SBIFAST 31, Mahal Industrial Estate, Off Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri East, Mumbai - 400 093, Phone Number: 18004259760, along with a letter informing the mistakes on the refund cheque.
  2. Send a copy of the letter along with a copy of the refund cheque to your Assessing Officer.
  3. Retain a copy of the letter and refund cheque with you.

If somebody else’s refund cheque / advice is delivered to me what should I do?
You should contact SBI at the following address and return the refund cheque / advice.

Cash Management Product
State Bank of India
SBIFAST
31, Mahal Industrial Estate,
Off Mahakali Caves Road,
Andheri (East)
Mumbai - 400 093
Phone Number: 18004259760 or email at 

Is there any method available to know whether the refund record has been generated for the taxpayer?
The taxpayer can track the status of its refund from the NSDL-TIN website www.tin-nsdl.com by clicking on “Status of Tax Refunds”.

Refund status can be tracked by entering the PAN and Assessment Year for which refund is to be tracked.

Status of the refund can also be tracked by contacting the help desk of SBI at 080-26599760.

Whom do I contact for queries related to payment of refund which has been processed by ITD?
For any payment related query the taxpayer should contact SBI at 18004259760 or email at .

Whom should I contact for refund related queries?
For any refund related query the tax payer should contact Aaykar Sampark Kendra at 0124 2438000 or email at .

For refund related query/ or any modification in refund record relating to Return processed at CPC Bangalore, the CPC may be contacted by the taxpayer on 1-8004252229 or 080-43456700.

All about TDS on Rent u/s. 194-I - FAQs

1. What are the provisions relating to TDS on rent? From which date same are applicable?

   As per the Finance Act, 1994 the provisions of TDS on rent have been introduced w.e.f. 1.6.1994. The salient feature of Sec. 194-I are as under:-

i)   The provisions are applicable only in cases where the person making the payment of rent is an individual or HUF who is required to get his accounts audited u/s 44AB in the immediately preceding financial year (w.e.f. 1.6.2002) or any other person responsible for paying to a resident any income by way of rent. Prior to 1.6.2002 no individual or HUF was liable to deduct TDS from rent.

ii)  The TDS is required to be deducted in case the rent paid or payable to a particular person during a financial year exceeds Rs. 1,80,000 w.e.f.1.7.2010 (upto 30.6.2010 the limit was Rs. 1,20,000).

iii) A facility has also been provided to obtain a certificate from the Assessing Officer for deduction of income-tax at a lower rate or for no deduction of income-tax in appropriate cases by making application in From No.13.

iv)  For the purpose of this section rent means any payment by whatever name called, under any lease, sub-lease, tenancy or any other agreement or arrangement for the use of any land or building or factory building together with furniture, fixture, fittings and land appurtenant thereto. It will not be relevant whether the payee is the owner of the building or not?

     W.e.f. asst. year 2007-08, the Taxation Laws (Amendment) Act, 2006 have enlarged the scope of rent for the purpose of Sec. 194I, so as to include machinery, plant and equipment, whether rented together with building or separately, irrespective of the fact whether they are owned by the payee or not?

v)   The rates of TDS on rent are as under:

Particulars
Rate upto 30.09.09
Rate w.e.f. 01.10.09
Use of any land, building, furniture or fittings
15% (when payee is individual or HUF) 20% in other cases.
10% for all assessees
Use of plant, machinery or equipment
10% (from 1.6.07 to 30.9.09) prior to 1.6.07 the rate was same as rent of land and building
2% for all assessees

a. At the rate specified under the Income Tax Act; or
b. At the rates in force; or
c. At the rate of 20%.

2. Will tax be deducted from service tax included in rent?

   Service tax paid by the tenant does not partake the nature of income of landlord. The landlord only acts as a collecting agency for Government for collection of service tax. Therefore tax deduction at source (TDS) under Sec. 194-I of the Income-tax Act would be required to be made on the amount of rent paid/payable without including service tax.

   Further No TDS on service Tax: As per circular 01/2014 dated 13.01.2014 TDS is not applicable on service tax part if service tax is shown separately.

3. What does the “rent” mean for the purpose of Sec. 194-I?

   “Rent” means any payment, by whatever named called, under any lease, sub-lease, tenancy or any other agreement or arrangement for the use of (either separately or together)any,-

   a. Land; or
   b. Building (including factory building); or
   c. Land appurtenant to a building (including factory building); or
   d. Machinery; or
   e. Plant; or
   f. Equipment; or
   g. Furniture; or
   h. Fittings,

whether or not any or all of the above are owned by the payee.

In other words, besides tax on land and building, tax shall now also be deductible for leasing out or hiring of machinery, plant, equipment, furniture and fittings whether given separately or together. Further, it shall be deductible whether or not any or all of the above are owned by the payee?

4. What are the circumstances under which no tax is to be deducted at source on rent as defined under Sec. 194-I ?

   No tax is required to be deducted at source under this section if the following conditions are satisfied:

   A) Where aggregate amount of rent does not exceed Rs. 180,000:- No tax is to be deducted if the aggregate amount of rent in the previous year does not exceed Rs. 180,000.

   B) Rent paid to the Government and certain entities:- No tax at source needs to be deducted from payments by way of rent made to Government and entities whose income is exempt from income-tax under clauses (20) and (20A) of Sec.10 of the Income tax Act.

   C) Certain entities required to file return under Sec. 139(4A) or 139(4C):- As per rule 28AB certain entities who are required to file return of income under Sec. 139(4A) or 139(4C) may apply in Form No. 13 for no deduction of tax at source provided certain conditions are satisfied.

   D) Certain entities whose income is unconditionally exempt under Sec. 10:- In case of certain entities whose income is unconditionally exempt under Sec. 10 and who source : www.trpscheme.com (As amended by Finance Act, 2013) are statutorily not required to file return under Sec. 139 there will be no requirement for TDS, since their income is any way exempt.

5. Where is the limit of Rs. 180,000 for non-deduction of tax at source applicable in case of each co-owner?

   Where the share of each co-owner in the property is definite and ascertainable, the limit of Rs. 180,000 will be applicable to each co-owner separately.

6. What are the provisions regarding low deduction or no deduction of tax on rent under Sec. 194-I ?

   Any person to whom rent is payable may make an application in Form No.13 to the Assessing Officer and obtain such certificate from him, as may be appropriate, authorizing the payer not to deduct tax or to deduct tax at lower rate.

   As per Sec. 206AA(4), w.e.f. 1-4-2010, no certificate under Sec. 197 for deduction of tax at Nil rate or lower rate shall be granted, unless the application made under that section contains the Permanent Account Number of the applicant.

7. What is method of taking credit of TDS on advance rent ?

   On advance rent pertaining to more than one financial year, the tax is deducted at source in the year of receipt of advance rent. The credit for TDS shall be allowed to the assessee in the same proportion in which such income from rent is offered for taxation for different assessment years, based on the single TDS certificate furnished for the entire advance rent.

   However, if the rent agreement gets terminated in a subsequent year or rented property is transferred and the balance advance is refunded to the transferee or the tenant, as the case may be, the credit for entire balance of TDS which has not been given credit, shall be allowed in the year of termination.

CPC (TDS) advice to Deductor who have not filed yet Q2 for Fin. Year 2014-15

CPC (TDS) has issued a communication to all deductors who have filed TDS Statements Q1 for Fin. Year 2014-15 i.e. Asstt. Year 2015-15 but, not filed yet for Q2 as of November 1, 2014 which is as under:

As per the records of the Centralized Processing Cell (TDS), you have filed TDS Statements for Q1, FY 2014-15, however, no TDS Statements have been filed for Quarter 2 as of November 1, 2014.

If you are not required to submit the relevant statement, you are requested to submit a declaration by taking appropriate action as suggested under "Action to be taken" in this communication. Otherwise, your urgent attention is invited to relevant CBDT Circulars and provisions of the Income Tax Act, mandating filing of TDS Statements and Issuance of TDS Certificates downloaded from TRACES.

1. Mandatory filing of TDS Statements:
Please refer to the provisions of section 200(3) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 read with Rule 31A, which reads as follows:
Every person responsible for deduction of tax under Chapter XVII-B, shall, in accordance with the provisions of sub-section (3) of section 200, deliver, or cause to be delivered, the following quarterly statements to the Director General of Income-tax (Systems) or the person authorised by the Director General of Income-tax (Systems), namely:
  • Statement of deduction of tax under section 192 in Form No. 24Q;
  • Statement of deduction of tax under sections 193 to 196D in -
  • Form No. 27Q in respect of the deductee who is a non-resident not being a company or a foreign company or resident but not ordinarily resident; and
  • Form No. 26Q in respect of all other deductees.
It is, therefore, advised to file the applicable TDS Statements at the earliest to comply with the above provisions.

2. Implications of Non/ Late filing of TDS Statements:
For Deductors:
In case of late filing of TDS Statements, a fee shall be levied on the deductor u/s 234E of the Act, which reads as under:
Where a person fails to deliver or cause to be delivered a statement within the time prescribed in sub-section (3) of section 200 or the proviso to sub-section (3) of section 206C, he shall be liable to pay, by way of fee, a sum of two hundred rupees for every day during which the failure continues.
For Tax payers:

  • Non/ Late filing of TDS statements results into the TDS Credit not being available to the deductees. They, therefore, will not be able to claim the credit for tax already deducted from the payments made to them. Please note that TDS Certificates will not be available until the TDS Statements are duly filed

3. Actions to be taken:

Please file the relevant TDS Statement without any further delay.

  • If you are not required to file the same, please submit a declaration for Non-filing on TRACES. For this purpose, you can login to TRACES, navigate to "Statements/ Payments" menu and submit details under "Declaration for Non-Filing of Statements"
  • Issue TDS certificates after generating and downloading the same from TRACES. TDS Certificates downloaded only from TRACES Portal will be valid.

For any assistance, you can write to ContactUs@tdscpc.gov.in or call our toll-free number 1800 103 0344.

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Free Download e-Book on The Companies Act, 2013 and Rules

This E-Book is based on the Companies Act 2013, Rules, Circulars, Notifications as notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India does not own the responsibility for any error or omission. The users are advised to cross check with the original Act, Rules, Circulars, Notifications, Amendments before acting upon this E- Book.

This e-Book is published by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, ICAI Bhawan, Post Box No. 7100, Indraprastha Marg, New Delh-110 002.

The Companies Act 2013 got assent from the President of India on 29th August, 2013.The Act comprises of 29 Chapters, 470 Sections with 7 Schedules. It is substantively a law based on Rules. 

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The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has notified 98 sections of the Companies Act 2013 and made applicable from 12th September, 2013 and Section 135 and Schedule VII of the Companies Act alongwith the Rules pertaining to that section were notified in February, 2014. 

In addition to that, 183 sections and 13 sub- sections of the already notified sections and rest of the schedules of the Companies Act, 2013 have been notified by the Ministry on 26th March, 2014 and are made applicable from 1st April, 2014. As of now a total of 282 sections stand notified.

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HC stays Levy of Interest U/s. 234A on I-T returns filed till extended due date of 30.11.2014

Due Date for filing of return of Income for Assessment Year 2014-15 Extended from 30th September, 2014 to 30th November, 2014 in Specified Cases

The CBDT had issued the notification no. F.No.153/53/2014-TPL (Pt.I) dated 26.09.2014 extending the due date to comply with the judgments of various high courts, such as Gujarat, Bombay, Andhra Pradesh and Madras.

High Courts have earlier held that As the due date for filing of the tax audit report was extended till November 30 (due to late Introduction of several changes in Form 3CD), it was logical to also extend the due date for filing of the I-T return also to November 30.

During hearing on the appeal on 22.09.2014 Honourable Gujarat High Court has directed the CBDT to extend the due date for filing of return of income to 30.11.2014 for A.Y. 2014-15 for all purposes, inter-alia, carry forward of losses, allowability of deductions under Sections 80-IA, 80-IB, 80-IC, 80-ID and other sections which requires return to be filed before due date. However, such extension has been granted subject to charge of interest under Section 234A (For delay in filing of Return of Income) for the period commencing from 01-10-2014 and up to the actual date of filling the return of income. Interest under section 234A will not be levied if taxpayer covered under tax audit provisions pays the tax on or before 30.09.2014 despite filing of return after 30.09.2014.

Anita Sumanth, advocate, representing the All India Federation of Tax Practitioners, and an individual petitioner, G Baskar, submitted to the Madras high court that the levy of interest under section 234A of the Income Tax Act,1961 is unjustified and against the provisions of the law. If the penalty was levied, the purpose of extending the due date of filing the I-T return itself was defeated. She submitted that the Gujarat high court order relating to levy of interest under section 234A was only a suggestion or a concession, it was not an interpretation of law and it was opposed to statutory provisions.

Based on the submissions, the Madras high court granted an interim stay on the levy of interest. It held, “I-T returns shall be accepted by tax authorities without insisting upon any payment of interest under section 234A.”

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Retired pensioner Central Government Employee re-appointment Procedure on Commercial basis.

Retired/Pensioner's Government Employee re-appointment on commercial basis within a year after date of retirement are required to seek permission from the Government. The Central Government Retired Employee can apply for permission to re-appointment in Form 25 of CCS(Pension) Rules which is as under:

No. 27012/3/2014-Estt (A)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

North Block, New Delhi the 19th November, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject: Procedure for grant of permission to the pensioners for commercial employment after retirement — revision of Form 25.

The undersigned is directed to refer to Rule 10 of CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 and to say that retired Government servants proposing to take up commercial employment within a year of retirement are required to seek permission from the Government. They are required to apply for permission in Form 25 of CCS(Pension) Rules. Form 25 prescribed under the said rule has since been reviewed with a view to simplify the procedure. The revised Form 25 is enclosed.

2. The revised form incorporates the conditions prescribed in clauses (b) to (f) of sub-Rule 3 of Rule 10. There is now no requirement for obtaining an affidavit as prescribed in Para 2(d) of this Departments’ 0M No. 27012/5/2000-Estt.(A) dated 5th December, 2006.

3. All Ministries/Departments are requested to bring this to the notice of all concerned.

4. Formal Notification of Rules will follow.

Sd/-
(G. Jayanthi)
Director

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Circular for Approval of Long Term Bonds and Rate of Interest for the purpose of Sec. 194 LC of IT Act.

CBDT has issued a circular No. 15/2014 dated 17th, Oct., 2014 regarding Approval of long term bonds and rate of interest for the purpose of Section 194LC of the Income-tax Act, 1961 which is as under :

CIRCULARNO.-15/2014
F.No.133/50/2014-TPL 
Government of India 
Ministry of Finance 
Department of Revenue 
(Central Board of Direct Taxes) 
--------- 
New Delhi, the 17th October, 2014 

Sub: Approval of long term bonds and rate of interest for the purpose of Section 194LC of the Income-tax Act, 1961-regarding. 
… 

Section 194LC of the Income-tax Act, 1961, introduced by the Finance Act 2012, provided for lower withholding tax at the rate of 5% on the interest payments by Indian companies on borrowings made in foreign currency by such companies from a source outside India. The benefit was available in respect of borrowings made either under an agreement or by way of issue of long term infrastructure bonds. The section further provided that such borrowing and the rate of interest should be approved by the Central Government. Subsequently with a view to lower the compliance burden and reduce the time lag which would have arisen on account of case-by-case approval, the Central Government had decided to grant approval to all borrowings by way of loan agreement and long term infrastructure bonds provided they satisfy certain conditions . The approval and the conditions were detailed in the CBDT Circular No.7 of 2012 dated 21st September, 2012. 

2. The Finance (No. 2) Act, 2014 has amended section 194LC with effect from the 1st Day of October, 2014. Consequent to the amendment, the concessional rate of withholding tax has been extended to borrowing by way of any long term bonds, not limited to a long term infrastructure bond, if the borrowing is made on or after 1st day of October, 2014. Further, the concluding date of the period of borrowings eligible for concession under Section194LC which was earlier 01/07/2015 has been extended to borrowings made before the 1st day of July, 2017. 

3. Therefore, the approval of the Central Government is further required in respect of long term bond issue and the rate of interest to be paid on such borrowings. 

4. Considering the fact that there would be a large number of bond issues to be undertaken by Indian companies, providing a mechanism involving approval in each and every specific case would entail avoidable compliance burden on the borrower/issuer of bond. In order to mitigate the compliance burden and hardship, the Central Board of Direct Taxes [with the approval of t h e Central Government] conveys the approval of the Central Government for the purposes of section194LC in respect of the issue of long term bond including long term infrastructure bond by Indian companies which satisfy the following conditions:- 
a. The bond issue is at any time on or after 1st day of October, 2014 but before the 1st day of July, 2017. 
b. The bond issue by the Indian company should comply with clause (d) of sub section (3) of section 6 of the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 read with Notification No. FEMA3/2000-RB viz. Foreign Exchange Management (Borrowing or Lending in Foreign exchange) Regulations 2000, dated May 3, 2000, as amended from time to time, (hereafter referred to as “ECB regulations”), either under the automatic route or under the approval route. 
c. The bond issue should have a loan Registration Number issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). 
d. The term “longterm” means that the bond to be issued should have original maturity term of three years or more. 

5. Further, the Central Government has also approved the interest rate for the purpose of section194LC in respect of borrowing by way of issue of long term bond including long term infrastructure bond as any rate of interest which is within the All-in-cost ceilings specified by the RBI under ECB regulations as is applicable to the borrowing through a long term bond issue having regard to the tenure thereof. 

6. In view of the above, any bond issue, which satisfies the above conditions, would be treated as approved by the Central Government for the purposes of section194LC. 

7. It is also clarified that consequent to the amendment to Section 194 LC the approval of the Central Government contained in Circular No.07/2012, in so far as they apply to borrowings by way of a loan agreement, shall be valid for the borrowings made on or before 30/06/2017 instead of 30/06/2015 as mentioned in the said Circular. 

(AshishKumar) 
Director(TaxPolicy &Legislation) 

Copyto:-
1. PS to FM/OSD to FM/OSD to MoS(R).
2. PS to Secretary(Revenue).
3. The Chairman, Members and all other officers in CBDT of the rank of Under Secretary and above.
4. All P r . Chief Commissioners/ Pr.Director General of Income-tax–with a request to circulate amongst all officers in their regions/charges.
5. Pr.DGIT(Systems)/ Pr.DGIT (Vigilance)/ Pr.DGIT (Admn.)/ Pr.DG (NADT)/Pr. DGIT(L&R).
6. Media Co-ordinator and Official spokesperson of CBDT.
7. DIT(IT)/DIT(RSP&PR)/DIT(Audit)/DIT(Vig.)/DIT(Systems)/ DIT(O&MS)/DIT(Spl.Inv.).
8. The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (30copies).
9. Joint Secretary and Legal Advisor, Ministry of Law and Justice, New Delhi.
10. The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, IP Estate, New Delhi.
11. All Chambers of Commerce as per usual mailing list.

(Ashish Kumar) 
Director (TaxPolicy& Legislation) 

Important message for employees retiring within the next three months

PRE - RETIREMENT COUNSELLING WORKSHOP

Important message for employees retiring within the next three months

The Department of Pension and Pensioners Welfare is organizing a Pre-retirement counselling workshop on 25th, November, 2014 from 2.00 PM to 5.00 PM in the Conference Room of Department of Administrative Reforms, 5th Floor, Sardar Patel Bhawan, New Delhi.

The employees of Government of India retiring in the next 6 months are hereby informed that they may attend the workshop. Confirmation with Name, Ministry & Phone No. may be sent at the email address mkumar.mol@nic.in

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US (Sankalp)
Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare

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