TDS Returns

Tax Deducted at Source is a system introduced by the Income Tax Department, whereby individuals responsible for making payments have to deduct tax at source at prescribed rates. TDS applies to various incomes like salaries, commission received, interest received, etc.

Now, every assessee who has deducted TDS is required to file TDS returns. There are quarterly statements submitted to the Income Tax Department by the deductor, and contain information pertaining to TDS deducted and deposited. Different forms have been prescribed for filing returns, depending on the intent of the TDS deduction. Details like PAN of the deductor and deductees, particulars of tax paid to the government and TDS challan information, among other things, can be found in the statements.

Process to File TDS Return Online

  • The file format in which the e-TDS or e-TCS return is to be prepared has been notified in TIN-NSDL's e-Gov e-TDS/TCS Return Preparation Utility (RPU) webpage.
  • Prepare e-TDS/e-TCS return as per the file formats in clean text ASCII format with 'txt' as filename extension. The returns can also be prepared by making use of the Return Preparation Utility provided by NSDL or any other third-party software.
  • After the file has been created in accordance with the file format, it needs to be verified through the File Validation Utility provided by NSDL.
  • Should any discrepancy be detected, the File Validation Utility shall give a report of the errors. The error(s) needs to be rectified, and the file will once again be verified through the File Validation Utility.
  • The .fvu file that has been generated can be submitted at TIN-FC or uploaded on the Income Tax Department’s e-filing page.


  • Salary Returns
  • Business Returns
  • Professionals Returns
  • NRI Income Tax Returns
  • Proper Accounting
  • Issuing of Shares Certificate
  • Tax Audits


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