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TDS Tax Rate Calculator

Often times, it is difficult to know the TDS ('Tax Deducted @ Source') rate for a type of payment and the threshold from which the TDS to be deducted and payed to the IT Department.

EZTax TDS rate calculator makes it easier for a tax payer or a tax consultant to know the rates and information around suing a simple filter.

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Type of Deductee
Residential Status Of Deductee
Type a Keyword to filter types of payments

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Section or Type Of Payment

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Total Payment Amount


Enter an amount greater than 0
Enter the applicable TDS rate (%)

Typical TDS range from 0 to 50%
Rate Of TDS (%)
TDS Amount to IT Dept
Payment to the Receiver
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* Given applicable TDS rate was used.

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Frequently asked Questions

1. What is TDS ?

TDS means Tax deducted at Source. Tax is required to be deducted at source. The TDS is applicable on various payments like Salaries, Rent, Interest, Dividend, freelancing payments etc

2. Are there any thresholds for not deducting TDS on any payments?

Yes, the Income Tax Department has prescribed the thresholds for different types of payments. Refer @ Latest TDS Rates by Section | Simplified Version for thresholds

3. What happens if the payer does not deduct TDS on any payments covered under TDS?

If the Payer does not deduct TDS on the prescribed payments, then the payer is required to pay interest on the TDS required to be deducted.

4. Do TDS rates differ for Residents and Non Residents?

Yes, The TDS rates differ based on the type of deductees. If the deductee (payee) is Non Resident, TDS rates are covered under section 195.

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Disclaimer: This article provides an overview and general guidance, not exhaustive for brevity. Please refer Income Tax Act, GST Act, Companies Act and other tax compliance acts, Rules, and Notifications for details.