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Cpc order for credit mismatch


Sumit Sood (Engineer)     31 July 2013

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Hi,

I have received a CPC order U/S 143(1) regarding mismatch in Tax credit for AY 2012-13.

My bank has deducted TDS from one of my FD but it is not reflecting in my Form 26AS and hence there is mismatch as I have mentioned that TDS in ITR. They have asked me to deposit that amount of TAX.

Please guide what action I need to take in this regard.

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Aditi Kaur (Practising CA)    01 August 2013

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Nayagam (Chartered Accountant)     31 July 2013

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You can approach the bank to correct the TDS return, then only you will credit in your

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Dipjyoti Majumdar (CA in service & CS. dipmaj@ rediffmail.com )     31 July 2013

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Take up the matter with bank instantly.In the absence of Form 16A how did you know bank has deducted tax ? Nowadays 16A has to be through TRACES -- so there cannot be any mismatch between 16A and 26AS. Unless the bank has revised its TDs return after giving 16A.

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Sumit Sood (Engineer)     31 July 2013

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Thanks!

Bank has provided me the Form-16 for the TDS deducted.

I have approached my bank and they have told that they will correct that at the earliest. But there is no assurity when they will do that.

So, I just want to know what should I do at my end in this case.


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