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Compliance Due date calendar for July 2021 which contains Compliance Required, Applicable for which compliance is required and Due Date or Extended due date for Compliance

Serial No Particulars Applicable Period/ Month/ Year Due Date/ Extended Date
1 GST 3B for AAT below 5 crores April 2021 04.07.2021
2 GST 3B for for AAT above 5 crores May 2021 05.07.2021
3 TDS deposited/ collected June 2021 07.07.2021
4 Equalisation levy deposit June 2021 07.07.2021
5 GST 8 ECO TCS deducted June 2021 10.07.2021
6 Monthly GST 1 for AAT above 5 crores or monthly opted Gst1 June 2021 11.07.2021
7 GST 1 under QRMP for AAT below 5 crores June 2021 quarter 13.07.2021
8 ESIC deposit June 2021 15.07.2021
9 PF deposit June 2021 15.07.2021
10 FLA return to RBI based on unaudited/ audited financials 2020-21 15.07.2021
11 TDS quarterly returns Jan to March 2021 15.07.2021
12 CMP 08 for composition dealers June 2021 18.07.2021
13 GST 3B for AAT above 5 crores or monthly opted 3Bs June 2021 20.07.2021
14 GST 3B for AAT below 5 crores May 2021 20.07.2021
15 GST 3B for AAT below 5 crores and opted for quarterly 3Bs for Group A states June 2021 22.07.2021
16 GST 3B for AAT below 5 crores and opted for quarterly 3Bs for Group B states June 2021 24.07.2021
17 TDS returns April to June 2021 31.07.2021
18 Equalisation levy Form 1 2020-21 31.07.2021
19 GST 4 for composition dealers 2020-21 31.07.2021

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