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Double deduction of TDS on T.code F110

Hi,

I am facing problem about double deduction of TDS on payment details are-

1. TDS got deducted at the time of advance payment by T.code F110.

Example- Advance--- Rs.1000 and TDS(2%) - Rs.20

2. TDS got deducted at the time of making invoice

Example- Invoice-Rs. 10000 and TDS(2%)-Rs.200

3. Advance and TDS got adjusted.

4. Payment got done for that invoice by T.code F110.

TDS deducted again Rs.200

Here problem arised about TDS which got deducted again while making payment by F110 which is not correct

Please help me out to resolve this problem.......

Thanks.

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2011 at 01:44 PM

    So step 3, you would be doing via adjusting in F.54

    Then after that the invoice remains only with balance amont, i.e. 9000 in your case.

    So when you do payment for this 9000 and then again run F.54, the double tds deducted would get adjusted

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      Dear Gurav,

      As you said i have to run f-54 again to adjust TDS which is got deducted twice after running f110 for invoice payment. But if no down payment exist against that vendor how f-54 cab be run again to adjust TDS system will give error message no down payment exists for this vendor. So what can be next further...?

      Thanks,

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