TDS on Insurance Commission u/s 194D: As per the provision of section 194D any person who is paying insurance commission is required to deduct tax at source. In this article, we will discuss the complete procedure of how to deduct TDS, TDS returns, TDS rate, TDs exemption limit, TDS payment u/s 194D etc. Please read the complete article to get the complete procedure about TDS on insurance commission under section 194D. You can ask your queries in the comment sections.
194D – TDS from Insurance Commission – Quick Summary
|Person Responsible to Deduct Tax
|Time of Deduction of TDS
|At the time of payment or credit whichever is earlier.
|Time for Deposit of TDS
|Within one week from the day of the month of tax deduction. For the month of March, before 30th April.
|Certificate of TDS
|Form 16A for each quarter is to be issued within 15 days from the due date for furnishing the statement of tax deducted at source under rule 31A i.e. on or before 15th August, 15th November, 15th February and 15th June
|Quarterly Return of TDS
|In Form No.26Q on or before 31st July, 31st October and 31st January for the first three quarters and on or before 31st May for the last quarter.
|AO’s Certificate for Deduction at Lower Rate or Non-Deduction
|Yes, Application in Form No. 13 Appropriate Certificate to be issued by AO
|Is Self Declaration by Payee for Non-Deduction Admissible
|Yes, it can be filed, by a person other than Company or Firm. Declaration to be submitted in duplicate in Form No. 15G/ 15H.
Who is Required to Deduct TDS u/s 194D?
Any person responsible for paying insurance commission is required to deduct tax at source under the provision of section 194D. For this purpose, the payer himself is treated as the person responsible for paying the insurance commission. If, however, the payer is a company, the company itself, including the principal officer thereof, is the person responsible for paying the insurance commission.
Exemption Limit (TDS from Insurance Commission)
- There is no need to deduct tax at source if the amount of insurance commission does not exceed Rs.15,000/-
Time Limit to Deduct TDS
The tax is to be deducted from the insurance commission under section 194D at the time of the earliest of the following situations.
- The tax is to be deducted at the time of credit of commission in the account of the payee
- The payment with cash or cheque or in-kind
Time Limit to Deposit TDS u/s 194D
The duty of the payer deducts tax on time as well as deposits the same in time. There is a time limit provided in rule 30 to deposit TDS from the insurance commission under section 194D. Here is the time limit.
When Payer is Government:
|Income Tax Challan (with or not)
|Tax deposited without production of any tax challan
|Having tax challan
|on or before 7 days from the end of the month in which tax is deducted
When Payer is Any Other Person:
|Jan to Feb Months
|within one week from the last date of the month in which tax is deducted
|on or before 30th April after the end of the financial year
Payment Through Challan: The tax deducted at source from insurance commission under section 194D is required to be deposited in Challan No. ITNS 281.
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Time limit to Issue TDS Certificate
The payer is required to issue a quarterly certificate of tax deduction to the payment in Form No.16A. The payee can download form 16A (TDS certificate of Tax deduction from insurance commission) from TRACES portal website.
TDS Return u/s 194D (TDS from Insurance Commission)
The payer who deducts TDS on insurance commission under section 194D shall submit TDS return quarterly in the Form 16Q as per the time limit given below.