Who is to deduct TDS?
The statute requires deduction of tax at source from the income under the head salary. As such the existence of “employer-employee” relationship is the “sine-qua-non” for taxing a particular receipt under the head salaries. Such a relationship is said to exist when the employee not only works under the direct control and supervision of his employer but also is subject to the right of the employer to control the manner in which he carries out the instructions. Thus the law essentially requires the deduction of tax when;
(a) Payment is made by the employer to the employee.
(b) The payment is in the nature of salary and
(c) The income under the head salaries is above the maximum amount not chargeable to tax.
Source: Income Tax Department
Income from House Property
Income from Other Sources
Return of income
Due dates for filing tax returns