We all know that in the case of certain prescribed payments, TDS is required to be deducted. The payer is the deductor, and the person who receives the net payment is called the deductee.
However, TCS is collected at source by the seller from the buyers at the time of selling some prescribed goods.
An important point to note here is that during a transaction, if a buyer deducts TDS based on the provisions in the Income Tax Act, then, in this case, TCS is not applicable.
Thus, while ruling out the amount to be paid or collected, it is of utmost importance to ensure that all the provisions of Income Tax Law are complied with.
The 10 hours of live session on TDS & TCS - Provisions and filing will last five days. The trainer will cover the most essential and relevant provisions, the practical filing, and an overview of the TDS Online portal - TRACES.
The Practical return filing will be covered with the help of practical case studies to ensure a better understanding and grasp of the concepts.
Live sessions will let the participants resolve their queries in real-time with the trainer.
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