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TAN / PAN of the deductor in Form 16A - New Format

Hello friends,

Can somebody tell me from where does the new Form 16A get the details of TAN and PAN of the Deductor and the CIT(TDS)?

What is the purpose of updating J_1I_SECCO_CIT with the TAN number and address? The data from this table does not seem to find any place in the new format.

Regards,

Mike

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2010 at 03:14 PM

    HI,

    Please refer the note no1486147

    3. Apply the correction instructions.

    In the certificate, Income tax department address has to be displyed.

    To support this, new customization is created. Please maintain IT

    department address in the view (SM31 - J_1I_SECCO_CIT) for every Section

    Code under the company code.

    Create an entry in table TSADRV for J_1I_SECCO_CIT to get address block.

    Page 2

    following values should be filled in.

    Table - J_1I_CIT

    Field - ADRNR

    DD Table - J_1I_SECCO_CIT

    DD Field - ADRNR

    Addrss Group - CA01

    Save it.

    Maintain TAN against Section codes in the view J_1I_SECCO_CIT.

    Note:-

    'Run in preview mode' checkbox has been provided in selection screen, If

    it is selected while running the certificate, it will not generate a

    certificate number even PRINT button is clicked.

    For 4.6C release refer note 1489722.

    Reg

    Madhu M

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      Hi Madhu,

      Thanks for your reply.

      That is what my question is. I have already applied the Note and have maintained the views. Yet I do not get the TAN and CIT(TDS) details on the certificate. Is it a common problem or have I done/not done something else?

      Regards,

      Mike

      Edited by: Michael Gerard Leo on Aug 30, 2010 7:04 PM

      Edited by: Michael Gerard Leo on Sep 7, 2010 2:36 PM

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