TDS Balance Check: There are a few ways to check your TDS balance in India, depending on what information you have and how detailed you want the picture to be:
Using Form 26AS:
- This is the most comprehensive way to view your TDS information. Form 26AS is a consolidated statement issued by the Income Tax Department that shows all the taxes deducted at source (TDS) from your income during a financial year.
- You can access Form 26AS through the e-filing portal of the Income Tax Department (
- You will need to login with your PAN and password.
- Once logged in, go to “My Account” and click on “View Form 26AS”.
- Select the financial year you want to view and download the form in PDF format.
- The form will show you all the TDS deducted from your salary, interest income, rent income, etc., along with the details of the deductor (TAN) and the amount deducted.
Using the TDS CPC website:
- This website allows you to view the TDS credit details based on the information provided by your deductors.
- Visit the website:
- Enter your PAN, TAN of the deductor (if available), financial year, source of income, and TDS amount deducted (if known).
- Click on “Validate” to see if the information matches the records of the TDS CPC.
Using your net banking portal:
- Some banks allow you to view your TDS details through their net banking portal.
- This option is only available if you have linked your PAN with your bank account.
- Login to your net banking portal and navigate to the section where you can view your tax information.
- You should be able to see the TDS deducted from your salary and other accounts.
- The methods mentioned above will only show you the TDS deducted from your income, not the balance available for refund or adjustment.
- To calculate your actual tax liability and refund (if any), you will need to file your income tax return.