Define tds and sale tax retrun?, Accounting Basics

TDS (tax deducted at sources) .The person whereas making payments of income,covered by the scheme are responsible to deducted TDS and deposite the similar in goverment treasury  withi stipulated time . ex-salary,job work,rent,commission ets.

Sale Tax return means yearly return against your profit.

 

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