• One entry missed in Q3 of Form 16A on 2019-20

We hirr 4specialists for one year renewable and pay professional repuneration of Rs 35000and deduct Rs 3500 tds and issue form.16A.
In 2019 Our clerk mage both Nov and December salaries togethet and one entry appeared in Q3office assumed that other entry appeared in Q4
Now after some one pointed out the CA checked and told that he can get the entry reflected along with Q4, of 20/21(It is noted that tax was duly deducted for both Nov 29/Dec19 and tds challan nos are found)
So it appears a matter of non reflection or non correct filing

Now can we allow him to ensure appearing of that non reflected entry in this year's Q4 is it legal

2) What about the deductees who have already filed their ITRs for FY 2019/20 perhaps without showing that tax amount or income.
Asked 1 month ago in Income Tax

- Have you claimed such payment as an expense in the books of accounts maintained by the deductor? If yes then revise the TDS return of F.Y. 2019-20 and deductees will file the rectification of their respective ITR.  

Vivek Kumar Arora
CA, Delhi
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Return can be revised now. If TDS was not reflecting they might receive a query during return processing. You should immediately revise the returns. so that the amount reflects in their 26AS and they do not receive the query.

Ruchi Goel Anchal
CA, Gurgaon
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1. Yes, TDS return can ne rectified now to reflect the correct entries.


2. If the deductees have not shown this income in their return, then it will be their fault and income tax department can send notice to them. The deadline to file revise return has also lapsed now.


Lakshita Bhandari
CA, Mumbai
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