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Chartered Accountant


[ Scorecard : 59]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 13:29 Report Abuse

Hello Everyone,

My question is "Is required to deduct TDS on Debit amount of TDS in Party's ledger?

As example

We paid a contractor covered u/s 194C XYZ amount Rs.1,00,000. We paid without any deduction.Now at quarter or month end we are deducting amount Rs.2,000 @ 2% from it and debited to his account.

Now total debit increase by Rs.2000 so if calculate after this debit entry total payment increase by Rs.2000.

We have to calculate on total Rs.1,02,000 @ 2 % Rs.2,040 out of which Rs.2,000 is already debited so extra amount Rs.40 we have to pay.

So total TDS amount will be Rs.2040 instead of Rs.2000 on Rs.1,00,000.

Which is correct amount of TDS in above case?

Kindly give reply at earliest ...


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Rajesh Kumar Loya
student


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Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:26

Dear Vivek,

 





Rajesh Kumar Loya
student


[ Scorecard : 156]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:35

Dear Vivek,

Hey ignore earlier post. Consider following entries,

As per Rule:

1. Dr: Party A/c

    Cr: TDS Payable A/c

2.Dr: TDS Payable A/c

    Cr: Cash/Bank A/c

(when TDS paid)

 

As per your querry,

1. Dr: Expenditure or Party A/c

  Cr: TDS Payable A/c

 

2.Dr: TDS Payable A/c

    Cr: Cash/Bank A/c

(when TDS paid)




CA.Vivek Chevli
Chartered Accountant


[ Scorecard : 59]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:42

Dear Rajesh

When I paid that person I have not deducted TDS from A/c.So i have done following Entry in his A/c.

 

Party A/c. Dr...            2000

     To Tds Payable               2000

(TDS on Payment Basis Deducted)

 

Now total Debit will increase by Rs.2000




S.R.Associates
Tax & Investment Consultants


[ Scorecard : 90]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:42

You have to deduct TDS only on Rs.100000/- not on Rs.102000 cause section says that it is compulsory to deduct TDS on the amount paid or credited.




Ranu Purohit
Job


[ Scorecard : 55]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:42

Dear Vivek ,

                      you are right with your amount which is deduted earlier.Contractor Amount is Rs. 100000 and TDS will deduct on this amount which is to be 2000/-.So the Entry will pass as follows :

1.Party a/c......              Dr.  100000

  TDS  a/c....                  Dr.      2000

           To Bank/Cash a/c             102000

  (Being paid to party and tds paid)

 

So, the amount which is liable to pay to party is chargble to TDS.

i hope it wil work for u to better understand.

 

Thanks/Regards,

Ranu Purohit

 




CA.Vivek Chevli
Chartered Accountant


[ Scorecard : 59]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:46

To.

S.R. Associates.

In TDS Section it is said that amount should be deducted on total Debit and TDS amount is also consider payment itself.

Even after this TDS not to be deducted on Rs.2000.?




Pratik CA Final
Article Assitant


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Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:48

The entry should have been,

Party/Expenditure a/c -dr.

To Tds u/s .....

To Bank/cash 

then,

TDS u/s....   -dr.

To bank

(when TDS is being paid)

 

But in your case, i think you have already made the payment but you need to pass the entry and u can get into settlement with the party .




S.R.Associates
Tax & Investment Consultants


[ Scorecard : 90]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:49

I agree that you have forgot to deduct TDS but still you are debiting the amount to Party a/c means you want to recover it from party.That's why,you have to deduct TDS only on Rs.100000 but if you consider it as your cost and rather than recovering it from party ,You debited to your P&L from Rs.2000 than you will have to deduct TDS on 2000 Rs also.




CA.Vivek Chevli
Chartered Accountant


[ Scorecard : 59]
Posted On 04 September 2013 at 14:52

To

Ranu Purohit.

I have to show in my accounts that from which party i am deducting TDS so I have to party A/c.

In your case party a/c. is debited with less amount of Rs.2000 so it will show wrong effect in party ledger.

Thanks for Reply.



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