TAN Application

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Directors *
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Package Includes:

  • 2 DSC (Digital Signature Certificates)
  • 2DIN (Director identification number)
  • MOA/AOA (Memorandum of Association/Articles of association)
  • COI (Certificate of Incorporation)
  • PAN (Permanent Account Number)
  • TAN (Collection Account Number)

Why Choose TAN Application?

Advantages

The 10-digit alphanumeric Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number, or TAN, is commonly used. All individuals who are in charge of deducting or collecting the tax must receive the number. The Income Tax (IT) Department assigns the alphanumeric number in accordance with Section 203A of the Income Tax Act, 1961. All TDS returns must include a mandatory quotation for it.

Disadvantages

All persons must have TAN since TIN facilitation centers will not accept Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) or Tax Collected at Source (TCS) returns without it. If the TAN is not quoted on the challans for TDS/TCS payments, banks will not accept them. It should be noted that there is a penalty of Rs. 10,000 for not applying for TAN or for omitting to include the 10-digit alphanumeric number in certain documents, such as TDS/TCS certificates, TDS/TCS payment challans, and e-TDS/e-TCS returns.

Documents Required For TAN Application

FOR DIRECTORS

Certificate of Registration issued by Registrar of Companies

FOR SHARE HOLDER

  • Passport
  • PIO/ OCI card issued by the Indian Government
  • Bank statement of the residential country
  • Copy of NRE bank statement in India
Copy of Trust Deed or a copy of the Certificate of Registration Number issued by a Charity Commissioner.

Process Involved

A growing number of people decide to register private limited firms for a variety of reasons. A private limited business has the following benefits: A Private Limited Company is a recognized legal body. The owner's finances are not connected to the company's finances. Limited business owners are shielded from personal liability.

Step-1

Documents

Step-2

Preparation of documents

Step-3

Filing of TAN application

Step-4

Submission to Income Tax Department

Step-5

Payment of Tan Fees

Step-6

Tan Acknowledgement

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