Step-by-Step Guide to Online TAN Registration for TDS Filing

Step-by-Step Guide to Online TAN Registration for TDS Filing

The Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) is a system in India where tax is deducted at the source of income, such as salary or payments made to contractors, and then deposited with the government. To file TDS returns online, you need to register for a Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number (TAN). Here's a step-by-step guide to Online TAN registration for TDS filing:

 Step 1: Visit the NSDL TIN Website:

Begin by visiting the NSDL TIN website at:

 Step 2: Click on 'TAN'

Under "Services," select "TAN." 

 Step 3: Select 'Online Application for TAN (Form 49B)’

Within the TAN services, choose "Online Application for TAN (Form 49B)."

 Step 4: Read the Guidelines and Fill the Form

Read and familiarize yourself with the guidelines, and then proceed by clicking on "Apply Online."

 Step 5: Fill in Applicant Details

Provide accurate applicant details, including your name, category, and communication address.

 Step 6: Enter AO Code

Input the Assessing Officer (AO) code. You can find the AO code specific to your area on the or by contacting your local Income Tax Office.

 Step 7: Verify and Submit the Form

Review all the information you've entered for accuracy, and when satisfied, click the "Submit" button.

 Step 8: Payment of Processing Fee

Make the payment for the TAN processing fee. Various online payment options are available on the website for your convenience.

 Step 9: Acknowledgment

After successful payment, you will receive an acknowledgement with a unique 14-digit acknowledgement number.

 Step 10: Send the Signed Form

Print the acknowledgement and affix your signature. Ensure you send the signed acknowledgement to the NSDL office within 15 days of the online application.

 Step 11: Wait for TAN Allotment

Be patient while you wait for the TAN allotment, which typically takes a few weeks after your acknowledgement is received.

 Step 12: Check TAN Allotment Status

To check the status of your TAN allotment, use the acknowledgement number provided to you. Visit the NSDL TIN website and select the "Know TAN" option.

Once you receive your TAN, you can use it for filing TDS returns online. Ensure that you keep your TAN safe, as it is a crucial identifier for TDS-related transactions. It's also essential to comply with TDS regulations and file returns on time to avoid penalties.


BY: Admin Tax4wealth

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