Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number better known as TAN is a 10-digit alphanumeric number. The number is required to be obtained by all persons who are responsible for deducting or collecting the tax.The alphanumeric number is allotted by the Income Tax (IT) Department under Section 203A of the Income Tax Act, 1961. It is required to be mandatorily quoted on all TDS returns.
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WHY IS TAN REQUIRED?
- TAN is required by all individuals because without it Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) or Tax Collected at Source (TCS) returns are not accepted by TIN facilitation centres. Banks do not accept the challans for TDS/TCS payments if TAN is not quoted.
- It needs to be mentioned that failing to apply for TAN or not quoting the 10-digit alphanumeric number in specified documents like TDS/TCS returns, e-TDS/e-TCS returns, TDS/TCS certificates, and TDS/TCS, payment challans can attract a penalty of Rs.10,000.
WHO CAN APPLY FOR TAN REGISTRATION/ TAN CARD?
- Any individual or business entity that is supposed to deduct or collect tax at source on behalf of the Income Tax department needs to apply and obtain the 10-digit alphanumeric TAN.
WHO ISSUES TAN CARD?
- The Income Tax Department has delegated this power to NSDL, who on the behalf of the IT department and under the supervision of CBDT issues the TAN card.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR TAN REGISTRATION
The following 3 documents are required for TAN Registration or obtaining a TAN Card Online
The application forms for all these categories can be found on the official website of NDSL and UTIITSL.
The following documents are required for the Pan Card application Online: