Form 16A, is issued when TDS is deducted on income other than Salary. Ex. Banks deduct TDS @ 10% on the Interest paid on Fixed Deposits for Resident Individuals. Thus, such Interest earned during the Financial Year 2016-17 before deduction of Tax (TDS), if any has to be filled in this column. The amount can be checked from Form 26AS as well.
Thanks Roohi. The interest from fixed deposit is more as shown in 26AS during 2016-17. So do i only have to fill the amount shown in 26AS or the complete interest income? i.e the FD interest on which TDS has been deducted.
The interest income as shown in 26AS is the Interest amount paid to you during the F.Y. 2016-17. The interest amount as shown in the Interest statement / Interest certificate as given by the bank is a sum of the Interest paid and Interest accrued during the last quarter of F.Y. 2016-17. TDS is deducted by banks usually only on the interest paid amount and not the accrued amount. Hence, you can report the Interest income as appearing in Form 26AS along with the TDS.
Dear Roohi Maam, I’am claiming 10000 rs under section 80TTA, now do i have to minus this 10000 from this amount shown under Amount which is subject to tax deduction [Col(3)] ? 26AS says Bank has paid me 20000 rs, should i make it 10k ? Also Maam please tell me what i need to fill for “income chargeable under salaries (col3) in TDS1” ? Should this be gross total income ?