The Finance Bill, 2020 requiring every seller (whose previous year turnover exceeds Rs.10 crore) to collect tax at source (TCS) at the rate of 0.1% of the sale consideration exceeding Rs.50 lakhs in respect of sale of any goods. If there is no PAN or Aadaar, then the TCS Rate would be 1%. In simple sense, It means that if your are buying any goods from big seller (Turnover more than 10 Crore), then you will be charged TCS 0.1% on the Invoice and same would be credited to your PAN account and same would reflect in Form 26 AS. The same tax can be taken credit in your income tax return. The effect / intent of this amendments is that all your significant purchases of yours would be reported to income tax authorities. This would keep a check on tax evasion on small business in B2C business. But, already all these transactions were getting reported through GST returns. All business were already heckled with GSTR-2A Reconciliation. Now, what is the purpose of this provisions ???
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