Till date, TDS was only being deducted on the selected nature of payments but from 1st July, 2021, businesses are required to deduct TDS on purchase of goods. The responsible person needs to pay a sum to any resident for purchase of goods (according to the liability).
The person whose total sales, gross receipts, or turnover from the business exceeds ten crore rupees during the financial year immediately preceding the financial year in which the purchase of goods is carried out. But TDS on purchase of goods will not be deducted only with the fulfillment of the above-mentioned condition but also the buyer needs to pay the TDS amount if the purchase of goods by him from the seller is of the value or aggregate of value exceeding fifty lakh rupees in the current financial year (considering the opening value of the current financial year).
Who is Liable To Pay TDS On Purchase Of Goods Under Section 194Q?
Any person who is a buyer is responsible to pay any sum (according to the terms & conditions) to the seller (being a resident) after the fulfillment of two conditions i.e. aggregated turnover value of Rs 10 crore or for the purchase of any goods (including capital goods) from the single party in the same financial year (from 1.4.2021) is exceeding Rs 50, 00,000 (considering the opening value of the current financial year) shall need to pay TDS amount.
Guidelines By Government For TDS On Purchase Of Goods Under Section 194Q?
What is The Rates Of TDS On Purchase U/S 194Q?
When Will The Deductions Under TDS On Purchase Take Place?
What Points Should Be Kept In Mind While Paying TDS On Purchase Of Goods U/S 194Q?
The tax shall be deducted only when the following conditions are fulfilled.
- When the buyer will purchase goods from a resident seller.
- Goods are being purchased by the single party having the transactional value of Rs 50, 00,000 in the current financial year.
Different Example's Related To TDS On Purchase U/S 194Q
Suppose, Mr. A has purchased goods from the seller of the total value of Rs 70,00,000 in the current financial year.
So in this case the TDS would be deducted on 20, 00,000 (70, 00,000-50, 00,000)
Suppose, Mr. A has purchased goods of Rs 20, 00,000 from the seller having the opening value of Rs 30, 00,000.
So the purchase value of the current financial year will be considered as Rs 50, 00,000 (including opening) itself.
How To Maintain TDS On Purchase Of Goods In Marg Software?
So let’s check the process how easy it is to maintain transactions with the TDS purchase on goods in the Marg software.
Software Configurations of TDS
- TDS on Y-Amount + All Tax, O-Amount + GST, E-Amount, N-No: This means that whether the user needs to collect the TDS on purchase on what basis. So, select it as per the requirement.
- Calculate only if Customer Sales Crosses: It means that if the sale of the customer crosses 50 lakhs then TDS on the purchase will get calculated on it.
- Calculate from Date: As TDS is applicable from 1st July 2021 so by default that date will already been mentioned in it i.e.01-07-2021.
- Percentage on PAN/ Aadhaar Card Customer: This means that if the customer provides their PAN Card/ Aadhaar Card then 0.1% TDS will get collected. So, mention 0.1 here.
- Percentage on Without PAN/Aadhar Card Customer: If the customer does not provide a PAN Card / Aadhaar Card then 5% TDS will be charged. So, mention 5% here.
Now click on “Yes” to save the changes.
Party Ledger Configurations in Marg
In the ‘TDS Applicable’ field, there are 4 options i.e.:
- Charge: It means that if the user needs to charge TDS on the bill amount for this particular party then select ‘Charge’.
- Ask Charge: It means that if the user needs that the software must ask before charging TDS on the bill amount for this particular party then select ‘Ask Charge’.
- Auto Check & Charge: It means that if the user needs that if the Total sales crosses 50 lakhs then the software must first auto check and then charge TDS on the bill; select ‘Auto Check & Charge’.
- Auto Check & Ask: It means that if the user needs that if the Total Sales crosses 50 lakhs then the software must first auto-check and then ask whether to charge TDS on the bill or not for this particular party; select ‘Auto Check & Ask’.
Suppose, select ‘2-Ask Charge’.
Then Press the ‘Page Down’ key and Save it.
Recording Transaction Along with TDS
As in our case, Software had charged 5% of tax (Without PAN) at the time of purchase of goods.
Practical Faq's Of TDS On Purchase Of Goods
Yes, section 194Q includes the purchase of all types of goods (including capital goods).
As we’ve already mentioned the TDS on the purchase would originate only when goods have been sold to a resident seller. Therefore, in the terms of importing the buyer is considered as Non-resident so NO TDS would be deducted.
As the TDS on purchase of goods would be collected on the remaining value after deducting the value of Rs 50, 00,000
If I purchase goods of Rs 50,00,00 in the current financial year from multiple parties. Do I need to pay TDS?
No, only the purchase from a single party would be considered under sec 194Q.
Conditions to be fulfilled for the deduction of TDS.
- When the buyer has an aggregate turnover of Rs 10 crore in the previous financial year.
- Goods are being purchased by the single party having the transactional value of Rs 50, 00,000 (opening balance of the party would also be considered) in the current financial year.
The provisions will be applicable to all types of assesses whoever fulfils the definition of buyer. At present, there are no exemptions.
The new provision is only applicable on the purchase of goods and not on the services.
No. Section 194Q clarifies that if a buyer is liable to deduct TDS on a purchase transaction, the seller will not be able to collect TDS on the same transaction.
Though it is stated that the provisions of section 194Q of the Act shall apply to advance payment made by the buyer.
It is clarified that since the provisions apply on payment or credit whichever is earlier, therefore if the advance would take place earlier then the TDS will be deducted on the same.
As per section 194Q of TDS on purchase of goods, it is stated that the value of purchase consideration will surely include GST.
As it is stated by the govt that such an amount will be adjusted in the next transaction with the same seller.
Will the threshold limit of Rs 50,00,000 will be considered from the previous financial year 2020-21?
No, as per the act threshold limit will be considered from 1.04.2021 (beginning of the new financial year) though the act came to an effect from 01.07.2021.