Challan 280 is used for the payment of Non-TDS/TCS such as Self Assessment Tax, Advanced Tax on Regular Assessment, Surtax, Tax on Distributed Profits of Domestic Company, and Tax on Distributed income. Hence, the taxpayer can pay their taxes online using this challan on the TIN-NSDL portal. Moreover, taxpayers need to make the payment through this challan before their ITR.
Any pending tax liability at the end of the financial year after calculating total taxable income and subtracting deductions & taxes paid is Self-Assessment tax. A taxpayer must pay self-assessment tax before he/she can file an ITR in India. While making the payment of self-assessment tax, the taxpayer should choose the option “(300) Self-Assessment Tax” under the Type of Payment option on the TIN-NSDL.
Advance Tax is a part payment of your tax liability before the end of the financial year. It is also called pay as you earn scheme where the income tax should be paid in the year in which the income is received. While making the payment of advanced tax, the taxpayer should choose the option “(100) Advanced Tax” under the Type of Payment option on the TIN-NSDL.
Time needed: 5 minutes.
Access the TIN-NSDL e-payment Portal by logging in with your credentials.
The Challan 280 will be there below the Income Declaration Scheme option.
– Select (0021) Income Tax (Other than Companies) if you are an individual taxpayer
– Enter correct PAN of the taxpayer, Address and Assessment Year
– Select Type of Payment
Select Mode of Payment i.e, Net Banking or Debit Card and click on proceed.
If you select the Net Banking option then login to your net banking account and make the payment of income tax. If you select the Debit Card option, enter the card details and proceed to payment.
Save the challan and enter the details of the same while filing your ITR
If you face any issues while entering details in Challan 280 then you can connect to the TIN call center on 020-27218080 or write a mail at email@example.com. If you face any issues while making payment of tax then contact your bank.
Bank provides a facility for re-generation of challan online from the bank website. But if it is not possible to re-generate online then contact your bank and request them for the duplicate challan.
If you have selected the wrong assessment year while paying income tax then you can either contact your AO for making necessary changes or you can claim that challan in next year’s ITR.