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I am a salaried individual, having income less ...

I am a salaried individual, having income less than the basic exemption limit of Rs. 2.50 lakhs.

While filing my annual return of Income, I came to realize that my form 26AS shows way many TDS deposits than that my deductors have made in the year.

My 26AS shows a total TDS payment of Rs. 84,000 whereas my form 16 only shows a TDS payment of 8,000. How should I file my return? Please Advice

I am a salaried individual, having income less than the basic exemption limit of Rs. 2.50 lakhs.

While filing my annual return of Income, I came to realize that my form 26AS shows way many TDS deposits than that my deductors have made in the year.

My 26AS shows a total TDS payment of Rs. 84,000 whereas my form 16 only shows a TDS payment of 8,000. How should I file my return? Please Advice

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Chiranjibi Jul. 03, 2018

To answer your question in its entirety, you can not claim TDS that has not been deposited on your behalf by the deductor while filing your return.


My advice would be to file your return in due time, without considering such excess TDS deposits. You can clear the TDS from your return, and only claim the correct amount of TDS available to you.


If you want any assistance in filing your return, you can go to my portfolio using this link and book my services. You can also call me during office hours at any time to clear any queries you might have on the matter.


If you have any further queries, please comment. Thank You

I am a salaried individual, having income less than the basic exemption limit of Rs. 2.50 lakhs.

While filing my annual return of Income, I came to realize that my form 26AS shows way many TDS deposits than that my deductors have made in the year.

My 26AS shows a total TDS payment of Rs. 84,000 whereas my form 16 only shows a TDS payment of 8,000. How should I file my return? Please Advice

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