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Delay in Deposit of TDS: Prosecute if you can’t Penalise?

Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) is a crucial component of the Indian tax system, ensuring timely collection of taxes and reporting of taxable transactions. Non-compliance with TDS obligations can have serious ramifications, including prosecution.

Partner, Sumit Mangal along with Associate, Radhika Sharma explore the dichotomy and the implications of delay in deposit of TDS has on taxpayers in an article published in Taxmann.


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