Due date for deposit of TDS/TCS of Sep-14 extended to 10-Oct-14

October 1, 2014
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Press Release from CBDT

Extension of the due date of deposit of tax deducted at source/tax collected at source during the month of September, 2014.

Considering the consecutive holidays owing to the festive season and weekend during the first week in the month of October, 2014, the Central Board of Direct Taxes has issued an order to extend the last date of deposit of tax deducted at source/tax collected at source during the month of September, 2014 from 7th October, 2014 to 10th October, 2014 without entailing any consequential interest.

2. However, the due date for filing of TDS/TCS statements for the 2nd Quarter of the F.Y. 2014-15 shall remain the same.

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