What is TAN ?

TAN or Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number is a 10 digit alpha numeric number required to be obtained by all persons who are responsible for deducting or collecting tax under section 203A of the Income Tax Act, 1961, it is mandatory to quote Tax Deduction Account Number (TAN) allotted by the Income Tax Department (ITD) on all TDS returns, TDS Payments and any other communication regarding TDS with the Income Tax Department.

Documents required for TAN Application

  • Documents Required for GST Registration

    Documents Required

    • TAN Application form
    • Rubber Stamp
    • Mobile No.
    • Email-id

TAN Application Process

  • Step 1

    Provide us with all the scanned copy of all the requisite Documents online by mail

  • Step 2

    We will check the whether all the documents are complete as required and inform you if any discrepancy

  • Step 3

    Submit the TAN card application form 49B available on the NSDL website with the relevant supporting proof documents.

  • Step 4

    Grant of Tax Deduction and collection Account Number (TAN) by Income tax department.TAN will be posted by department at address proof provided by you.

Our Prices

TAN Application Form

New TAN

199 .00

Inclusive of all taxes

Change or Correction in TAN

149 .00

Inclusive of all taxes

PAN + TAN

349 .00

Inclusive of all taxes

Frequenlty Asked Questions

The provisions of Section 203A of the Income-tax Act, 1961 require all persons who deduct or collect tax at source to apply for the allotment of TAN. The section also makes it mandatory to quote TAN in all TDS/TCS/Annual Information Returns, payment challans and certificates to be issued. If TAN is not quoted, TDS/TCS returns will not be accepted by TIN-Faciliation Centres (TIN-FCs) and challans for TDS/TCS payments will not be accepted by banks. Failure to apply for TAN or not quoting the same in the specified documents attracts a penalty of Rs. 10,000.

All those persons who are required to deduct/collect tax at source on behalf of Income Tax Department are required to apply for and obtain TAN

No. TAN which was allotted for Tax Deduction at Source (TDS) can be used for the purpose of TCS. However, if no TAN has been allotted, a duly filled in Form 49B, alongwith the application fees should be submitted at any TIN-FC

An allotment letter is dispatched by NSDL e-Gov at the address provided in Form 49B.

You can inquire the status of your application by accessing NSDL e-Gov -TIN website at the “Status track” option and quoting your unique 14-digit acknowledgement number after three days of your application date.

In case duplicate TAN has been allotted, an application may be made for cancellation of the TAN which has not been used in the ‘Form for Changes or Correction in TAN’ which can be downloaded from NSDL-TIN website or may be procured from TIN-FCs or other vendors

No. PAN should never be quoted in the field where TAN is required to be quoted. The purposes for which PAN and TAN are allotted are different. TAN is a unique identification number which is allotted to persons who are deducting or collecting tax at source on behalf of the Income Tax Department. PAN is a unique number allotted to assessees like individuals, companies etc