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Income Tax TDS Online Payment, and TDS Online Payment Procedure

Tax Deducted at Source, is a method used by the Indian government to collect Income Tax. Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) ensures that the government gets income tax from the assessee at the moment of transaction, reducing the risk of tax default and ensuring timely tax collection. In this blog information on TDS Online Payment, TDS Online Payment Procedure, and “How to pay TDS online?” is discussed. Before going through the blog, let’s have a quick look at “What is TDS (Tax deducted at source)?”


What is Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)?

Tax Deducted at Source is a direct taxation system that was implemented to collect taxes directly from the source of income or at the moment of payment. If a person (deductor) is required to pay another person (deductee), the tax will be deducted at the source and the remainder will be transferred to the deductee. The amount of tax deducted at source deducted will be remitted to the government of India. The amount of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) can be found on the deductor’s TDS Certificate or Form 26AS.

Rules for Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)

  • Failure to deduct TDS on time will result in an interest of 1% each month until the tax is deducted.
  • Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) must be deducted when the payment is due or when the actual amount is paid, whichever comes first.
  • In the event of late or non-payment of TDS, a monthly interest rate of 1.5 percent shall be charged until the tax is deposited.

A process on “How to pay TDS online?”

Below is the process for TDS payment online, TDS payments can be paid online (e-TDS) via the NSDL’s official government website. It can be done by both non-corporate businesses and corporate businesses.

  • To access the NSDL Portal
  • Choose the appropriate Challan.
  • Fill out the Challan with all of the essential information.
  • A confirmation screen will be generated.
  • After confirmation of data, the Taxpayer will be directed to the net-banking site.
  • Taxpayers must log in to their online bank account and make a payment.
  • Challan counterfoil will be generated, along with CIN.

Due Date for Income Tax TDS Payment

  • The deadline for non-government deductors to deposit TDS is the 7th of the next month, except in March. The deadline for March is April 30th.
  • TDS deposits for government deductors are due on the 7th of the next month if paid by challan. If you pay by book entry, the TDS will be deducted on the same day.

Suggested Read: Everything you need to know about Interest and penalty for TDS payment

FAQs on Income Tax TDS Online Payment

1. What if I made an online TDS payment and then I have noticed that I have unintentionally submitted the wrong Tan?

Due to the possibility of clerical errors when making payments, the taxes department allows for challan adjustments. The deductee will be unable to collect the credit because of the incorrect challan. As a result, TRACES can be used to make changes to the challan that has been generated.

2. Is it acceptable to pay TDS with a credit card online?

Yes. When prompted, choose a ‘Credit card’ as a payment method. Following that, as soon as the transaction is done, you will receive an acknowledgment slip.

3. Is a TAN required to make TDS payments online?

All TDS Returns, including all TDS payment challans and certificates, must include the Tax Deduction Account Number (TAN) as required by the Income Tax Act, 1961. The TAN is issued by the IT (Income Tax) Department and can be obtained online by completing Form 49B.

4.  what will be the penalty for late payment of TDS?

If a taxpayer fails to file a TDS Return within the required time frame. The individual would then face a daily penalty of INR 200 till the failure continued.


Tax Deducted at Source was created with the goal of collecting tax directly from the source of revenue. On the basis of Form 26AS or TDS Certificate issued by the deductor, the deductee whose income tax has been deducted at source is entitled to a credit for the amount thus deducted. With the online TDS payment process, it will be easy for the Taxpayer to make a payment at per there convenience.

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