Friday, August 23, 2019

Income tax woes for Jet Airways employees

Mumbai: As the deadline to file income tax (I-T) returns draws close, Jet Airways employees have found themselves in a bind as the defunct airline hasn't issued Form 16, the document mandatory for filing returns, yet.

"Jet claims to have credited TDS for the months of December 18 and January 19 to the I-T department. However 26AS page on I-T site shows TDS has been credited only up to November 2018," said a source. The reason mentioned for the difference is that the company has not filed I-T returns.

Pilots, engineers and managers have not received salary from January onwards, however the airline has claimed that TDS up to January has been credited to I-T department, the source added.
"Pending dues of staff have been admitted based on TDS for December 18 and January 2019 already credited to I-T department. However January salary for which TDS is paid, has not been received by staff. Neither does the I-T dept site reflect that they have received the TDS of December 2018 and January 19 salary," the source said.
23/08/19 Manju V/Times of India

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