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Entry for salary of tds


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salary for director 60000/-

tds deducted  3000/-

 

what is the entry for same with a/c linking (indirect expense , ect )

 

 

 

 


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CS,CA F,Numrologi TusharSampat (CS CA F Numerologist Astrologer Graphologist Face reader Vastu Expert)   (85905 Points)
Replied 22 July 2013

For salary payable

salary  exp a/c....dr 

      to tds payable a/c

      to salary payable a/c

For salary Payment

Salary payable A/c ...dr

    to bank a/c

For TDS payment to CG.

tds payable a/c....dr

 to bank a/c.

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Hemant Kumar (Accounts Manager MBA (Fin) CMA*)   (6450 Points)
Replied 22 July 2013

1) Salary Provision

    Salary exp Ac. Dr. 60000/-

           To Salary Payable Ac. 57000/-

           To TDS on Salary Ac. 3000/-

2) Salary Payment

    Salary Payable Ac. Dr. 57000/-

   To Bank Ac. 57000/-

3) Tds Deposite

  TDS Payable Ac. Dr. 3000/-

 To Bank Ac. 3000/-

 

 

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CA Kunal Mishra (Consultancy Service) (172 Points)
Replied 22 July 2013

Mr Tushar's entry is wrong & Mr. Hemant's entry is correct.

N. Rajendran (Manager - Accounting) (40 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

Hi All,

    What Mr. Hemant Kumar  told is Correct  , but in my views for Directors not for Salary it is Directors's Remunaration..if it Remunaration the entry are differ..

 

Thanks

N. Rajendran

 

CA Atul (Tax Manager) (294 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

Yes Mr Hemant your entry is correct.

Bhanugadu (Student CA Final ) (20 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

In Mr Hemanth's answer, TDS on Salary Ac in the first entry & TDS Payable Ac in the third entry are one and the same.

Mukesh Upadhyay (Accounts Manager in innisfree)   (28 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

Hi All

I agree with Mr. N Rajendran.

Hemant Kumar (Accounts Manager MBA (Fin) CMA*)   (6450 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

Originally posted by : Ankur Garg

Practically speaking there is no difference between director remuneration and director salary.

 

Strict provisions relating to managerial remuneration are not applicable to a private company. Hence you may give the desired remuneration to your directors subject to the provisions of your articles.

 

Plz check your Articles.

 

For more go through following link.:

/forum/details.asp?quote=366522&mod_id=70878#reply

Hemant Kumar (Accounts Manager MBA (Fin) CMA*)   (6450 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

Originally posted by : Bhanugadu

In Mr Hemanth's answer, TDS on Salary Ac in the first entry & TDS Payable Ac in the third entry are one and the same.

Both entries are different... In first entry made a provision of TDS and in last entry did after deposition the tds amount to government treasury.

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Sagar Doshi (Job) (899 Points)
Replied 23 July 2013

If director is managing or active director only then tds is deducted u/s 192 otherwise tax should deduct u/s 194J for professional, and accounting entry will remain in same pattern as suggest by Hemant.

Krishna Raj (Article Assistant @ Nisamuddeen & Associates)   (21 Points)
Replied 24 July 2013

HAi ALL,,,

        I agree with hemant.....

 

Mukesh Upadhyay (Accounts Manager in innisfree)   (28 Points)
Replied 24 July 2013

Hi Hemant.

We are not saying you are wrong ,according to question you are absolutely right.

Hemant D (na) (303 Points)
Replied 24 July 2013

Both entries are correct. In case of Tusshar he has mentioned salary payable whereas Hemant has mentioned Salary  Provision. Net effect of both entries remain the same.

PRITAM KUMAR JENA (ACCOUNTANT) (26 Points)
Replied 24 June 2015

1) Salary Provision   :-

Salary exp Ac. Dr. 60000/-  

           To Salary Payable Ac. 57000/-        

            To TDS on Salary Ac. 3000/-

 2)   Salary Payment  :- 

                  Salary Payable Ac. Dr. 57000/-

                                        To Bank Ac. 57000/-

3) Tds Deposite  :-

                        TDS Payable Ac. Dr. 3000/-
                                            To Bank Ac. 3000/-

 

LEDGER NAME UNDER NAME  
SALARY EXP INDIRECT EXP  
SALARY PAYABLE CURRENT LIABILITY  

TDS PAYABLE                                      

CURRENT LIABILITY
 
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

 

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