close x


TDS for F Y 2006-07 & deducted on 08.06.2007

Professional


Dear All Member
 
We have received one labour charges bill for rs. 35000/- and one professional fees bill for Rs. 22500/- dt 31.03.07 received on 7the June 2007 pertaining to    F Y 31.03.2007. My queries are...
(1)  Shall I Pay TDS now (June 07) and get as a allowable exp for the             
      F Y 2006-07 ?
(2)  If the answer (1) above is "NO" than what will be the procedure/law so I can
     get as a allowable exp. for F Y 2006-07. 
 
Pl dear member give me a solution AT MOST URGENT (Because TDS Annual return due date is 15 june 07)
 
Regards
Rajen
 

 

 

 
Reply   
 

i think you should deposit TDS amount with one month interest because tds on payment credited on 31/3/2007 shall be deposited up to 31/5/2007 and now u r late so deposit tax with interest and filem return on 15th june. As tax is deposited before filling of return so will be allowed in A.Y 2007-2008.

 
Reply   
 



My opinion is that those expenses will be disallowed during the current financial year and will be allowed in the year in which you pay tds.

 
Reply   
 

you should deposit TDS with interest. You have to pay simple interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from 1st june 2007 to till the date of actual payment in terms of Section 201. TDS return cannot be submitted unless interest for late deposit of TDS is paid

 
Reply   
 

Expenses of the previuse year is not deductible in the current year. However payment of bill received is to be made with deduction of TDS. I find there no link between TDS and Deduction of exepnditure.

 
Reply   
 

Did you not provide for these expenses as on 31.03.2007? like labour expense/professional expense payable?

 
Reply   
 

LEAVE A REPLY



    

Your are not logged in . Please login to post replies

Click here to login   Click here to Register


  • Use thank button to convey your appreciation.
  • Maintain professionalism while posting and replying to topics.
  • Try to add value with your each post.

 



Share on :