My company has purchased an immovable property at Rs.1.2 Cr. on Aug'13.

Under the new ruling we were liable to deduct 1% TDS to our seller (Rs.1.2 Lakh).

We filled up the forms online, with all the figures correctly.

But at the time of payment in the online gateway, due to a clerical error we deposited Rs.12 Lakh instead of Rs.1.2 Lakh i.e., an excess of Rs.10.8 Lakh.

Bank has refused for reversal, and now we came to know about form 26B.

Please HELP?

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Dear you can adjust excess amount paid with next month due in same section, otherwise have to follow refund procedure.


My nature of business does not demand much tds deduction. Hence future adjustment not an option for me. Secondly, I need consultancy for the right way to get this refund immediately.
Wealth Manager

This is a serious mistake. Since this section is new, a lot of procedures related to the same is still unclear. You will have to meet your AO and ask him about this problem. The AO cannot rectify the entry unless IT returns is filed.


Waiting for the it returns filling would mean atleast one year from here. Form 26b says dgit(systems) has the power to refund. But I cannot find the officer who holds this office, and his contact details. Along with our AO we need to contact him immediately.
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