Form 27C is a declaration form for non deduction of TCS by buyer of goods to the seller. As per the income tax rule, the seller of the specified goods must collect tax from the buyer.
Declaration in Form 27C can be made by the buyer who is a resident in India, and uses purchased goods for the manufacturing, processing or production of goods/ article. Buyer gives a declaration, in duplicate in Form 27C.
A copy of the declaration has to be given to the person collecting tax. And the person collecting this declaration form has to submit the copy to the authorities concerned on or before the seventh day of the following month.
Details required to file Form 27C
Form 27C has two sections that needs to be filed in and signed by both the buyer/ declarant and seller/ collector. Following are the details required:
- Part I: Contains information of Buyer such as Name, PAN, Address, Contact Details, List of goods procured and the purpose towards which the purchase is intended.
- Part II: Contains information of Seller such as Name, PAN, TAN, Address, Contact Details, Date on which declaration is furnished.
Apart from the above information, the sale receipt of the goods in question also needs to be furnished.
Form 27C can not be used for tax exemption under TCS where goods are being purchased for the purpose of trading.
Form 27A is generated by TDS/TCS FVU (File Validation Utility). Form 27A is automatically created upon the successful generation of the FVU file of TDS/TCS Return. Form 27A contains particulars of Name and TAN of deductor and control totals of ‘amount paid’ and ‘income tax deducted at source’.
As per the Income Tax Act, 1961 and the Income Tax Rules, it is not mandatory to file a NIL TDS Return.