is the official GST website, widely known as the GST Portal/ GSTN portal, which facilitates many kinds of services for taxpayers, right from obtaining GST registration, traversing through GST Return filing, application for refunds, and applying for cancellation of GST Registration, etc.

Ministry of Corporate affairs provides a facility for viewing the company master data just by providing CIN of the company. Master Data of any Company/LLP can be found at the below link.

Employee Provident Fund Portal makes available a lot of its services online. It is useful to both the Employer and the Employee. EPFO also assists the Central Board in administering a compulsory contributory Provident Fund Scheme, a Pension Scheme and an Insurance Scheme for the workforce engaged in the organized sector in India.

ESIC is a self-financing social security and health insurance scheme for Indian workers managed by ESIC under the ESI Act 1948. Under this scheme, employees earning up to Rs. 21,000 per month should contribute 1.75% towards ESI while the employer contributes 4.75% which shall be deposited with the government within 15 days from the end of the respective month.

ESIC is providing a wide range of services using digital mode through its portal. Below is the link to ESIC Portal.


This is the official website of Centralized Processing Cell (TDS), Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, Government of India.

CPC(TDS) is a technology-driven transformation initiative for TDS administration that provides a comprehensive solution through its portal Tax Deduction, Reconciliation, Analysis and Correction Enabling System (TRACES). The Portal has been developed under the National E-Governance Plan of the Government.

The following web-enabled services are available on this portal:

  • Registration for tax-deductors and taxpayers
  • Electronic filing of TDS Statements – Original and Corrections
  • View Statement Processing Status and TDS Defaults
  • View Tax Credit Statement (26AS) of taxpayers
  • Digital TDS Certificates – Forms 16/16A/16B in reconciliation with 26AS
  • Justification Report for details of TDS Defaults
  • Consolidated File for submitting corrections to the TDS Statements
  • Aggregated TDS Compliance Report for Tax-Deductor PAN with multiple associated TANs
  • Online TDS Statement Corrections
  • Secured integration with corporate Tax-deductors
  • TDS Refunds

Challan Status Enquiry for Tax Payers:

Using this feature, taxpayers can track the status of their challans deposited in banks online.

This offers two kinds of searches:

a) CIN based view:

On entering Challan Identification Number (CIN i.e. details such as BSR Code of Collecting Branch, Challan Tender Date & Challan Serial No.) and amount (optional)

The taxpayer can view the following details:

BSR Code, Date of Deposit, Challan Serial Number, Major Head Code with description, TAN/PAN, Name of Tax Payer, Received by TIN on (i.e. date of receipt by TIN)

– Confirmation that the amount entered is correct (if the amount is entered)

b) TAN based view:

By providing TAN and Challan Tender Date range for a particular financial year, the taxpayer can view the following details:

CIN, Major Head Code with description, Minor Head Code, Nature of Payment

If the taxpayer enters the amount against a CIN, the system will confirm whether it matches with the details of the amount uploaded by the bank or not.

TAN number can be applied for online as well as offline. For making the TAN application online, a person shall file his/her application in FORM No 49B at the below-specified link.

PAN can be applied online nowadays. It is a simple process wherein the data has to be filled online as per the requirement and once the form is submitted, mandatorily required documents should be sent at the NSDL Center specified. Further, requests for changes or correction in PAN data may also be made online.

Online application of PAN can be made on the NSDL website at the below link.

The refunds generated on processing of Income-Tax Returns by the Assessing officers/ CPC-Bangalore are transmitted to State Bank of India, CMP branch, Mumbai (Refund Banker) on the next day of processing for further distribution to taxpayers.

Refunds are being sent in following two modes:

RTGS / NECS: To enable credit of refund directly to the bank account, Taxpayers Bank A/c number (at least 10 digits), MICR code of bank branch and correct communication address is mandatory.

Paper Cheque: Bank Account Number, Correct address is mandatory.

Taxpayers can view the status of refund 10 days after their refund has been sent by the Assessing Officer to the Refund Banker – by entering ‘PAN’ and ‘Assessment Year’

E-filing Portal – This is the official portal of Income Tax Department, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. The portal has been developed as a Mission Mode Project under the National E-Governance Plan. The objective of this portal is to provide single window access to the income tax-related services for citizens and other stakeholders.

Facility to pay tax online, wherein the taxpayer can fill up and submit the challan through the Internet. The taxpayer has to necessarily have a bank account with the Net-banking/Debit card of the selected Bank.

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