New Options in Setup TDS Types

Users can now define the amount on which TDS will be applied, as per their requirement. Apart from this, one TDS type can be linked with another.

This tutorial will brief you about the new columns that have been added in Setup TDS types in Logic ERP.

1.TDS under GST

Step-1: Go to the Setup TDS Type window to create a new TDS Type as shown in the picture below. Fill all the details and define the amount after which TDS will be in effect.

A new column of TDS Section ID has been added. Select the appropriate section of TDS type from the TDS Sections search list. (Refer to the image below):

Another new column of UD Net Amount has been added. Define the amount on which you want the TDS to be applied in purchase bill.

For example, if you want that the TDS should be applied on the amount after deducting CD, then you will have to tick the option of CD. (Refer to the image below):

Step-2: Now go to Allocate Accounts to TDS Types window and select the TDS type from the list of TDS type. Then, click on select accounts to choose the required suppliers from the search window. (Refer to the image below):

Step-3: Go to Purchase Voucher and select the Account name which you had allocated to TDS under GST type in the previous step. Then click on Item details to generate the bill.

In the bill shown below, CD@5% has been entered in the item details. So,
Taxable Amount is Rs.2,85,000 (Rs.3,00,000 – Rs.15,000) i.e. Gross Amount – C.D.

After filling items, click on the TDS Details button. You will see the TDS amount that is applied to the bill.

For example, in this case, the Minimum Amount was defined as Rs.2,50,000 in the Setup TDS Type window. Now here, the billing amount exceeds Rs.2,50,000 i.e. Rs.2,85,000(Gross Amount – C.D.). So here, the TDS amount has been applied on Rs.35,000 that got accumulated in the bill after exceeding Rs.2,50,000 amount that was defined in the Setup TDS Type window.

TDS under GST will get displayed in the Journal report as shown in the picture below:

2. Normal TDS

Step-1: Go to the Setup TDS Type window to create a new TDS Type as shown in the picture below and fill all the details.

A new column of TDS Section ID has been added. Select the appropriate section of TDS type from the TDS Sections search list as already demonstrated in TDS under GST.

Another new column of Linked TDS Type has been added. This column enables the users to link one TDS type with another. This option will be useful in cases where two TDS types are to be applied on a single purchase bill. For example, in the image shown below, TDS under GST 2% has been linked with Normal TDS type.

Step-2: Now go to Allocate Accounts to TDS Types window and select the TDS type from the list of TDS type. Then, click on select accounts to choose the required suppliers from the search window as already demonstrated in TDS under GST.

Step-3: Go to Purchase Voucher and select the Account name which you had allocated to Normal TDS type in Step-2. Then click on Item details to generate the bill.

In the bill shown below, CD@2% has been entered in the item details. So,
Taxable Amount is Rs.2,94,000 (Rs.3,00,000 – Rs.6,000) i.e. Gross Amount – C.D.

After filling items, click on the TDS Details button. You will see the TDS amount that is applied to the bill.

In the bill shown below, two TDS types have been applied because we have linked TDS under GST with Normal TDS in Setup TDS type window.

Normal TDS has been applied on Gross amount of Rs.3,00,000 at the rate of 10%. So, amount of Normal TDS is Rs.30,000.
TDS under GST has been applied on the amount exceeding the minimum limit of Rs.2,50,000 which is Rs.2,94,000(Gross Amount – C.D.). So, amount for TDS under GST is Rs.44,000.

Normal TDS and TDS under GST will get displayed in the Journal report as shown in the picture below:

3. TDS on Goods

Step-1: Go to the Setup TDS Type window to create a new TDS Type as shown in the picture below. Fill all the details and define the amount after which TDS will be effective.

Three new columns have been added in this TDS type.
1. TDS Section ID column has been added. Select the appropriate section of TDS type from the TDS Sections search list as already demonstrated in TDS under GST.

2. Linked TDS Type column has been added. This column enables the users to link one TDS type with another. This option will be useful in cases where two TDS types are to be applied on a single purchase bill. It has already been demonstrated in Normal TDS.

3. UD Net Amount column has been added. Define the amount on which you want the TDS to be applied in purchase bill.
For example, if you want that the TDS should be applied on the amount after deducting CD, then you will have to tick the option of CD. (Refer to the image below):

Step-2: Now go to Allocate Accounts to TDS Types window and select the TDS type from the list of TDS type. Then, click on select accounts to choose the required suppliers from the search window as already demonstrated in TDS under GST.

Step-3: Go to Purchase Voucher and select the Account name which you had allocated to TDS on Goods type in Step-2. Then click on Item details to generate the bill.

In the bill shown below, CD@2% has been entered in the item details. So, Taxable Amount is Rs.58,80,000 (Rs.60,00,000 – Rs.1,20,000) i.e. Gross Amount – C.D.

After filling items, click on the TDS Details button. You will see the TDS amount that is applied to the bill.

In the bill shown below, two TDS types have been applied because we have linked TDS under GST with TDS on Goods in Setup TDS type window.

TDS on Goods has been applied on the amount exceeding the minimum limit of Rs.50,00,000 i.e. Rs.58,80,000 (Gross Amount – C.D.). So, amount for TDS on Goods is Rs.8,80,000.
TDS under GST has been applied on the amount exceeding the minimum limit of Rs.2,50,000 i.e. Rs.58,80,000 (Gross Amount – C.D.). So, amount for TDS under GST is Rs.56,30,000.

TDS on Goods and TDS under GST will get displayed in the Journal report as shown in the picture below:

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