Under section 194-IB of the income tax act, if any individual or HUF to whom tax audit is not applicable makes payment of rent to a resident landlord exceeding Rs. 50,000 per month, then he/she needs to deduct TDS. And Form 26QC needs to be filed on TIN NSDL. TAN is not compulsory for filing this form. PAN of the tenant and PAN of the landlord is compulsory.
The tenant of the property, who is making rent payments to the resident landlord needs to file this form. TDS is deducted @ 5% on total rent payments made by the tenant.
The due date of payment of TDS on rent is 30 days from the end of the month in which the deduction is made. However, the tenant can file Form 26QC within 30 days from:
For example: If the tenant has made payment of rent during the whole FY 2019-20, then the due date for filing Form 26QC is 30th April 2020. And if the tenant has vacated the place on 31st August 2019 during FY 2019-20 then the due date of filing Form 26QC is 30th September 2019.
Go to Services> Select TDS on Rent of Property.
From the left-hand site list.
Details of Tenant, Landlord, Property, TDS etc needs to be added.
Payment can be made wither immediately or on a later date. An acknowledgment will be generated upon successful submission.
Yes, It can be filed after the due date i.e, after 30 days from the end of the financial year. Late filing of the form will attract a fee of Rs. 200 for every day to be paid by the tenant of the property. Late filing fees are as per section 234E of the income tax act.
Form 16C is the TDS Certificate to be issued by the deductor/ tenant to the landlord/ deductee in respect of the tax deducted and deposited as TDS on the rent of the property.
If the landlord of the property is NRI, then Form 27Q needs to be filed by the tenant on rent payment of more than Rs. 50,000 per month. Form 27Q needs to be filed quarterly and not annually.