Predict Default and E-Return in Corrections

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In this blog, we will analyze the errors post-correction of default and generate the FVU file for correction of the e-TDS Return filing in Saral Pro.

Let us first understand how to analyze the errors after correcting the defaults. One has to note that these are the potential errors that may arise after the correction return filing.

Navigate to the Predict Default section for the FY, Quarter, and From under which corrections are made. If any errors exist, the same will be visible under each of the specified categories.

To understand what each error specifies, please read at the below link:


  1.  In addition to the predicted defaults, we have two options, as highlighted in the above image:

  • Corrections Records: This will list only those records that have undergone corrections.
  • All Records: This will list all the errors under each category irrespective of the corrections made on them.

  1. The categories identified with errors will appear at the top, and the errors can be viewed by clicking on the View button given in the respective card.
  2. If you want to view a report containing all the errors, click on Generate Full Report at the bottom right of the screen.

Next, we will see the generation of the FVU file for correction in the e-TDS Return filing.

Click on E-Return, and the return generation window, similar to a regular return, will be displayed.

To know more about the options in the e-Return window, read below :

Note: Additionally, there are a few options for generating e-TDS return files in Corrections, which are as follows: 

  1. In the Form 26 section, there is an option called Type, which specifies the type of correction applied to each deduction and challan, namely:
    1. C1 – Deductor Corrections
    2. C2 – Challan Corrections
    3. C3 – Deduction Corrections
    4. C4- Salary Corrections
    5. C5 – PAN Corrections.
  2. Upload FVU: This option will upload the FVU file directly to the ITD website.

This ends the reading to Predict Default and E-Return in Corrections.