Under Income Tax, Tax Collection at Source (TCS) has the provision for collecting a certain percentage of tax from the buyer. Finance Act 2020, has amended some of the provision of section 206C by inserting a new subsection (1H). Under this article, we will know about the New provision of TCS on sale of goods.
Every person, being a seller, who receives any amount as consideration for the sale of any goods of the value or aggregate of such value exceedings Rs. 50 Lakh in any previous year, other than the goods being exported out of India or goods covered in subsection (1F) or subsection (1G) shall at the time of receipts of such amount, collect from the buyer, a sum equal to 0.1% of the sale consideration exceedings fifty lakh rupees as Income Tax.
Points to be kept in mind while applying section 206 (1H)- TCS on Sale of Goods
Applicability- The new provision of section 206 (1H) will be applicable from 1st, October 2020.
Who will collect TCS- A Seller of Goods having turnover more than Rs. 10 crores in the previous Financial Year, is liable to collect TCS on sale of goods from the buyer.
Goods- For the purpose of this section, goods include all type of goods except, the goods being exported out of India or goods covered in subsection (1F) or subsection (1G)
Value of Transaction- TCS needs to be collected if the sale consideration of goods is more than Rs. 50 Lakh in a Financial Year.
Sale Consideration for TCS Collection- TCS to be collected on value = Total Sale Value – Rs. 50 Lakh.
Sale Consideration- It will be the value of goods + GST+ Cess + any other amount.
Any other amount- Interest or penalty shall also be liable for the collection of TCS. It means that This amount will also be included in the sale consideration.
Sale Return- It is clarified vide circular no. 17/2020 dated 29 September 2020 that no adjustment on account of sales return/discount or indirect taxes including GST is required to be made for the collection of tax since the collection is made with reference to receipts of the amount of sale consideration.
Rate of TCS- The rate is 0.01% (however it is 0.075% till 31st March 2021) and if the buyer PAN is not available then the rate is 1%.
There are reports in certain sections of media wherein certain doubts have been raised regarding the applicability of the provisions relating to the collection of TCS on sale of goods introduced vide Finance Act, 2020. The press note has been issued to clarify those doubts about the applicability of these provisions.
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