Income Tax Guides

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Form 26QB

Form 26QB is a payment challan which the buyer of the property needs to fill and submit to deposit the TDS amount. Income Tax Act, 1961 provides for deduction of TDS under section 194IA on purchase or sale of immovable...

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TDS Payment Due Date

TDS payment due date is prescribed by the Income Tax Department to ensure that TDS is deducted regularly and paid to the credit of the Central Government post deduction. Since, a TDS deduction is an amount deducted from an amount...

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Salary Slip

What is Salary Slip? A salary slip or payslip is a document issued monthly by an employer to its employees. A salary slip contains a detailed breakdown of employee salary and deductions for a given period. This document can be either...

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Form 16B – TDS Certificate For Sale of Property

As per the provisions of the income tax act, every person is required to file an income tax return within the specified time and report their income details. The process of tax collection is done via two ways - tax...

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Difference Between Form 16 and Form 16A

Many times we as taxpayers get confused between Form 16 and Form 16A. An employer issues Form 16 to its employees while other deductors issue Form 16A. However, both differ in their purpose, information regarding TDS and salary or other...

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Guide to Form 26AS

Form 26AS or Tax Credit Statement is one of the most important tax documents for any taxpayer. It truly reflects how much tax you have paid to the Income Tax Department either by yourself or through other taxpayers.  With effect...

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ITR 2 Form

The applicability of ITR 2 depends on the category of the taxpayer and the source of income. ITR 2 is applicable only to individuals and HUFs who do not have any income from business or profession. You can file ITR...

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Income Tax on Recurring Deposit (RD)

Recurring deposits or RDs are similar to FDs; however, they are more flexible than FDs. Investors can invest a certain amount every month into their RD account from their savings bank account. Investors will receive guaranteed interest from banks which...