TDS Payment Authorised Banks

TDS Payment Authorised Banks

TDS Payment Authorised Banks

In this article, a list of banks authorised to receive TDS payment is mentioned. In addition to depositing the TDS amount with the banks mentioned here, taxpayers can also use internet banking or online payment facility while making TDS payment during the challan generation process. The list of banks authorised to receive TDS payment is the following:

    1. Allahabad Bank
    2. Andhra Bank
    3. Axis Bank
    4. Bank of Baroda
    5. Bank of India
    6. Bank of Maharashtra
    7. Canara Bank
    8. Central Bank of India
    9. Corporation Bank
    10. Dena Bank
    11. HDFC Bank
    12. ICICI Bank
    13. IDBI Bank
    14. Indian Bank
    15. Indian Overseas Bank
    16. Jammu & Kashmir Bank
    17. Oriental Bank of Commerce
    18. Punjab and Sind Bank
    19. Punjab National Bank
    20. State Bank of India
    21. Syndicate Bank
    22. UCO Bank
    23. Union Bank of India
    24. United Bank of India
    25. Vijaya Bank

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