Due Dates For Indian Taxes 2018: TDS, PF, ESI, Service Tax, Income Tax

Due Dates For Indian Taxes

Due Dates For Indian Taxes 2018: TDS, PF, ESI, Service Tax, Income Tax, ROC, TCS, VAT etc. Various Due Dates Calendar For Indian Taxes, All Indian Taxes due Dates, Last Dates. Due Dates for Service Tax Due Tax, PF Due Date, ESI Due Dates, TDS, TCS Due Dates, VAT (Value added Tax) Etc. Due Date for filing income tax returns and audit reports, Due date to file Income Tax Return for Assessment Year 2017-18 or FY 2016-17. Find All Indian Taxes Due Dates For Filing Return, Deposit of  Tax etc. We are providing All Indian Taxes Due Dates Like Income Tax Due Dates. Now you can Scroll Down Below and Check Various Due Dates For Indian Taxes 2018

We are providing Various due Dates Like Deposit Advance tax Corporate Assesse, Deposit TDS/TCS of Previous Month, Deposit Service Tax of Company/ Society, Last Date of Return Filling for audit cases etc.

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Due Dates For Indian Taxes 2017

Due Dates For Indian Taxes

Due Dates for Payment of Service Tax, TDS, PF, ESIC

New Update – Service Tax Return last date

Month Service Tax* TDS PF ESIC Adv. Tax
April 30 15 21
May 5 7 15 21
June 5 7 15 21 15**
July 5 7 15 21
August 5 7 15 21
September 5 7 15 21 15
October 5 7 15 21
November 5 7 15 21
December 5 7 15 21 15
January 5 7 15 21
February 5 7 15 21
March 5/31 7 15 21 15/31

* For Service Tax, if an entity makes online payment, due date is 6 instead of 5.
** Only for Corporate Assesses

Other Taxes Due Date

  • ROC Annual Return Due Date – 60 Days for AGM
  • Entry Tax Monthly Return Due Date – 20th of Every Month
  • Entry Tax Annual Return Due Date –  30th April
  • Entertainment Tax Due Date – 10th of Every Month
  • Excise Payment Due Date Cheque/Online – 5th/6th of Every Month
  • Excise Monthly Return Due Date – 10th of Every Month
  • Excise Annual Return Due Date – 30th November

Individual Due Dates

TDS/TCS Due Dates

7th of Every Month Deposit TDS/TCS of Previous Month
15th Jan, May, July, Oct. File Quarterly  Return of TDS/TCS
30th of Jan, May, July, Oct. Issue Quarterly TDS/TCS Certificate (Other Than Salary
30th April 2017 Deposit 15G/15H Forms
30th of April Deposit TDS/TCS Deducted in March
31st of May Issue Yearly TDS Certificate of Salary


Income Tax Due Dates

15th June Deposit Advance tax Corporate Assesse
15th Sep. Dec. March Deposit Advance tax
31st March Last Date for filling of belated return or revise return in some cases
31st July Last Date of Return Filling for non-audit cases.
30th September Last Date of Return Filling for audit cases.


Due date of filing of Return of Income

Sr. No. Status of the taxpayer Due date
1 Any company other than a company who is required to furnish a report in Form No. 3CEB under section 92E (i.e. other than covered in 2 below) September 30 of the assessment year
2 Any person (may be corporate/non-corporate) who is required to furnish a report in Form No. 3CEB under section 92E November 30 of the assessment year
3 Any person (other than a company) whose accounts are to be audited under the Income-tax Law or under any other law September 30 of the assessment year
4 A working partner of a firm whose accounts are required to be audited under this Act or under any other law September 30 of the assessment year
5 Any other assessee July 31 of the assessment year


Service Tax Due Dates

5th Of Every Month Deposit Service Tax of Company/ Society.
6th July, 6th Oct, 6th Jan, 31st March Deposit Quarterly Service Tax of individual/ Partnership firm.
31st March Deposit Quarterly Service Tax of individual/ Partnership firm & Monthly for Company & Society
25th April File 2nd  Half yearly return
25th Oct. File 1st   Half yearly  return


VAT Due Dates



Tax on Turnover of every month

  1. From 1st to 10th
  2. From 11th to 20th
  3. From 21st to End of Month


Deposit VAT up to

  1. 15th of every month
  2. 25th of every month
  3. 5th of next month


  1. From 1st to 15th
  2. From 16th to End of Month
  1. 20th of every month
  2. 7th of Next Month


       1.    Monthly
  1. 14th of every month


  1. Monthly
  1. 14th of next month (Below Rs. 20 thousand in a year)

Return Filling Dates

  • 15th August, 15th November
  • 15th February, 30th May
  1. 30th June
  2. 31st  December
  • Deposit of Quarterly Vat E- Return ( Vat-10 )
  1. Vat Annual  Return  ( Vat-11) For composition dealer
  2. Vat Annual Return  ( Vat-10A ) And Audit Report

PF Due Dates

PF Payment Due Date 15th of Every Month
PF Monthly Return Due Date 25th of Every Month
PF Annual Return Due Date 30th April

ESI Due Dates

ESI Payment Due Date 21st of Every Month
ESI Return Half Yearly Due Date 11th Nov for period of April to September
12th May for period of Oct to March

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21 thoughts on “Due Dates For Indian Taxes 2018: TDS, PF, ESI, Service Tax, Income Tax

  1. PREM KAPOOR says:

    Under the PF provisions, a grace period of 5 days had been given under some notification or circular. The effective due date thus worked out to 20th of each month. Please let us know from which date the grace period allowed has been withdrawn.
    Similarly in case of ESI also, we understand, the due date was 15th of each month and a grace period of 6/7 days was allowed under some notification. Pl advise if the grace period under ESI has also been withdrawn and if so then from which date. An early clarification is requested.

    • mahi says:

      until may month, the payment due date is 21st of next month.
      for June month, the payment due date will be 15th of July.
      June onward, due date is 15th of next month.

    • Rakesh says:

      change of due dates not the right decision. First the govt. must release the order, the payment to contractor for the services provided by them to any Govt./Public sector will be cleared by the service receiver organization with the amount of EPF/ESI employers contribution to deposit in respective account well before the last date. The govt. releases payments to contractor after 2-3 month later and expecting from contractor to deposit such statutory dues in time . Is that possible ? no. There must be circular on this statutory payments. Without getting payments from Govt. how the contractor can take the burden to deposit from his own pocket.

    • RAM SAHAI says:

      Dear Ankush ,
      The Due Date of Sales tax return is to be filed Quarterly ….

      Ist Half yearly Apr to June Due date is 31 July
      2nd Half yearly July to Sept Due date is 31 Oct
      3nd Half yearly Oct to Dec Due date is 31 Jan
      4nd Half yearly Jan to Mar Due date is 30 April

  2. Ravi says:

    I had left my previous organisation in Sept. 2015, but till date they have not settled my full & final settlement & the dues pending from their side & inspite of sending various emails & continuous phone calls they are not replying properly & saying it is still pending with account’s dept. Even they are nor issuing my form 16, for the TDS what they had deducted from my salary. Now how should I file my e-returns & what actions i should take. Please guide me.

    • Raju Choudhary says:

      Every employee has the right to obtain the TDS certificate, i.e., the Form 16, from her employer. And according to section 203 of the I-T Act, if tax was deducted on the employee’s income, the employer has to furnish Form 16. If there was no TDS on the income, then the employer can decline to issue the form of that employee.

      The Act further stipulates that the employer should issue the forms by 31 May after the end of the relevant financial year in which the income was paid and tax deducted. And if the forms are not issued by then, under section 272A(2)(g) of the I-T Act, the employer is liable to pay a penalty of Rs.100 per day of default till it issues the form.

      IF Employer not issued your form 16 then Employees can approach the accessing officer (AO), under whose jurisdiction she has to file her ITR, and give a written complaint against the defaulting employer. Based on the complaint, the AO may take appropriate action or initiate penalty proceedings against the employer.

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