Yes, the tax credit in your case will be reflected in your Form 26AS and, hence, you can check Form 26AS and claim the credit of the tax accordingly. However, the claim of TDS to be made in your return of income should be strictly as per the TDS credit being reflected in Form 26AS. If there is any discrepancy in the tax actually deducted and the tax credit being reflected in Form 26AS then you should intimate the same to the deductor and should reconcile the difference. The credit granted by the Income-tax Department will be as per Form 26AS.
Articles in this section
- What is the difference between PAN and TAN?
- I have not received TDS certificate from the deductor. Can I claim TDS in my return of income?
- I do not have PAN. Can I furnish Form 15G/15H for non-deduction of TDS from interest?
- However, the provisions of section 206AA shall not apply in the following cases:-
- What to do if the TDS credit is not reflected in Form 26AS?
- What are the duties of the person deducting tax at source?
- If the payer does not deduct tax at source, will the payee face any adverse consequences by means of action taken by the Income-tax Department?
- Under what circumstances a deductor would not be deemed as an assessee-in-default even after he fails to deduct TDS or after deducting the same fails to deposit it to the Government’s account?
- What are the consequences a deductor would face if he fails to deduct TDS or after deducting the same fails to deposit it to the Government’s account?
- Can the payee request the payer not to deduct tax at source and to pay the amount without deduction of tax at source?