TAN Registration in India

Some important points while applying for TAN registration in India:

  1. Applicants, if they want to, can track a status of their TAN using the 14-digit acknowledgement number on the site whenever necessary.
  2. The tan number is given by Income Tax Department to all those people who apply online.
  3. The application cannot be made online. People wishing to acquire TAN need to fill the form online only.
  4. Form 49 B can be filled on a typewriter but, the spellings should be correct with capital letters.
  5. The fees for the application are Rs.63/- only (Rs.55/- application charge + 15% Service Tax).
  6. Applicants making credit card/debit card payment will be charged an additional surcharge of Rs.5.00 + service tax by the bank providing payment gateway facility.
  7. Applicants making payment through Net Banking facility will be charged an additional surcharge of Rs.4.00 + service tax for payment gateway facility.
  8. Persons authorized to make credit card/debit card / net banking payment for other categories are as below:
  9. A person can apply just for one TAN. If you apply for a new registration of TAN, then you must surrender your old TAN before a new one is issued. Submitting an application for more than one TAN is illegal as per the provisions of the act.

PAN Registration in India

Procedure for Applying PAN Card:

Step 1: Submit the PAN card application Form 49A available on the NSDL Website Application Link.

Step 2: Fill all the details in the form. Read the detailed instructions before furnishing the details in the form. Instructions Link.

Step 3: Documents to be sent to NSDL.

  • Once the application and payment are accepted, the applicant is required to send the supporting documents through courier/post to NSDL.
  • Only after the receipt of the documents, PAN application would be processed by NSDL.
  • Documents include one proof of identity, one proof of address, and one proof of date of birth.

General FAQ – TAN Registration

What is TAN and who must obtain TAN Registration in India?

TAN or Tax Deduction and Collection Number (TAN) is a mandatory 10-digit alpha number required by all persons responsible for Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) or Tax Collection at Source (TCS) on behalf of the Government. It ensures the proponement of tax collection and diversified responsibility. Individuals who are salaried are exempt, but entities like proprietorship businesses, Private Limited Companies, LLPs, etc., must deduct tax at source and issue TDS Certificates.

Which form to be filed for obtaining TAN?

Application for TAN must be made in Form 49B, accompanied by necessary supporting documents. The allotted TAN is quoted in all TDS/TCS returns, payment challans, and certificates.

What is the procedure of obtaining TAN Registration in India and documents required for obtaining TAN?

  1. Form 49B can be filled and submitted online or sent to any TIN Facilitation Centre of NSDL.
  2. Rectify errors and confirm the form online.
  3. An acknowledgement slip appears, containing details and a 14-digit acknowledgement number.
  4. Payment can be made via Demand draft, Cheque, Credit/Debit Card, or Net Banking.
  5. For payment by Demand draft/Cheque, deposit in HDFC Bank mentioning TANNSDL on the slip.
  6. Credit card/debit card/net banking payments require saving and printing the acknowledgement.
  7. The acknowledgement, signed and with a Demand draft if applicable, is sent to NSDL within 15 days.
  8. The application is processed upon receipt of the signed acknowledgement and realization of payment.

Due Dates for filing Return?

The due date for filing the Return is the 15th of the succeeding month from the quarter ending. TDS payment should be deposited by the 7th of the following month.