Mahabank - Collection of Direct Taxes (Under C. B. D. T.)
 

The work of collection of Direct Taxes was introduced in our Bank from 01-10-1998. At present, our 179 Branches are designated for the Scheme.

Under the Scheme, the amount collected by the Designated Branch, on a day is to be transmitted to respective Nodal Branch on the same day. The Scrolls are to be prepared and sent to Nodal Branch, alongwith Challan on the same day, through Courier/Messenger.

At Nodal Branch, the consolidation of the data transmitted by various Designated Branches is done on day to day basis. On receipt of Scrolls and Challans, It has to be tallied with the Data transmitted by the Collecting Branches. Duly consolidated data is to be transmitted to our Link cell viz. GBB, Nagpur. Duly checked and tallied Scrolls alongwith Challans are delivered to the respective Zonal Accounts Officer, CBDT. At present, there are 9 Nodal Branches. At our Link Branch, after consolidation of the data received from all the Nodal Branches, consolidated data of Bank as a whole, is transmitted to Tax Information Network (TIN) with C.A.S., R.B.I., Nagpur, followed by digitally signed e-mail, by which fund settlement is done by RBI.

The system is known as OLTAS-On Line Tax Accounting System.

In this system, Error Free Data Transmission is of utmost importance, at all levels i.e. Collecting Branch/Nodal Branch/ Link Branch.

Despatch of duly checked & tallied Scrolls and Challans to Nodal Branch on the same day by Collecting Branch, is essential.

At Nodal Branch, delivery of Scrolls / Challans tallied with the Data transmitted/consolidated to respective Zonal Accounts Officer, CBDT, is important.

Designated branches should report in OLTAS site and non-authorised branches should report in e-seva.

Collection of Indirect Taxes (under C.B.E.C./Service Tax)

The work of collection of Direct Taxes was introduced in our Bank from 01-04-1986. At present, our 279 Branches are designated for the Scheme. Under the Scheme, the amount collected by the Designated Branch, on a day is to be transmitted to respective Nodal Branch on the same day. The Scrolls are to be prepared and sent to Nodal Branch, alongwith Challan on the same day, through Courier/Messenger.

At Nodal Branch, the consolidation of the data transmitted by various Designated Branches is to be done on day to day basis. On receipt of Scrolls and Challans, It has to be tallied with the Data transmitted by the Collecting Branches and duly consolidated data is to be transmitted to our Link cell, GBB Nagpur. Duly checked and tallied Scrolls alongwith Challans are to be delivered to the respective Pay and Accounts Officer, CBEC. At present, there are 11 Nodal Branches.

At our Link Branch, after consolidation of the data received from all the Nodal Branches, consolidated data of Bank, as a whole, is transmitted to Tax Information Network (TIN) with C.A.S., R.B.I., Nagpur, followed by digitally signed e-mail, by which fund settlement is done with RBI.

The system is known as CBEC- Central Board of Excise & Custom.

In this system, Error Free Data Transmission is of utmost importance, at all levels i.e. Collecting Branch/Nodal Branch/ Link cell.

Designated branches should report in CBEC site and non-authorised branches should report in e-seva.

MAHA e-Seva

Our Bank has introduced the MAHA e-Seva facility for its Customers/Non customers in July 2011. All the e-Seva facility is free to customers /non customers. Any Customer / Non Customers of our Bank can avail the e-seva facility by filling its e-payment of Taxes through any of the branches of our Bank.

Branches will accept all types of taxes from the customers in physical form and subsequently will make the e-payment through MAHA e-Seva on behalf of the customer through Current Account of branch which is opened for e-seva.

Government Receipts Accounting System - GRAS

Bank has introduced additional services i.e. ‘e-Payment of Taxes and Non Taxes of ‘Government Receipt Accounting System (GRAS) of Government of Maharashtra’ under the ambit of e-Seva.’

The customers of Bank of Maharashtra can make payment of Maharashtra State Government taxes of following government department through GRAS.

  1. High Court & District Court
  2. Excise
  3. Food & Drugs Administrator
  4. Transport
  5. Directorate of Accounts and Treasuries
  6. Inspector General of Registration and stamp
  7. Cooperation, Marketing and Textiles Department (Mantralaya).
 
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