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siddharth sharan   10 May 2017


I m on contract (through not any Contractor) working in U.P. judiciary last 5 years. I m getting Rs. 50000 per month as honorarium. I have diducted income tax every year as salaried person and file ITR but this year my accountant saying he will deducting 10% every month from honorarium.

Sir/ Mam want to know is it right or wrong as per Income Tax Rules ?

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sivaram (Asst Mgr-Taxation)     10 May 2017

if you are not an employee tds will be 10% under sec 194J and not on slab basis which is applicable to salaried employees 


srikumar (audit staff)     10 May 2017

when TDs deduct on gst , invoice exceed 250000, its goods or services
CA Rashmi Gandhi

CA Rashmi Gandhi (Chartered Accountant)     10 May 2017

In case you ar not salaried & on contract basis then TDS @ 1% requiered to deduct u/s 194 C.
If payment is not in nature of contact or salary both then TDS @ 10% required to deducted u/s 194J

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