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Obligation for the Month of July 2017

Event DateActApplicable FormObligation
06/07/2017Service TaxChallan No.GAR-7E-payment of Service Tax for month ending June for Cos & quarter ending June for others.
07/07/2017Income TaxForm No.27C (TCS)Submission of Forms received in June  to IT Commissioner
07/07/2017Income TaxChallan No.ITNS-281Payment of TDS/TCS deducted/collected in June
10/07/2017ExciseER-1Return for Non SSI assessees for June
10/07/2017ExciseER-2Return for EOUs for June
10/07/2017ExciseER-3Submission of return by SSI units for June quarter
10/07/2017ExciseER-6Return by units paying duty >  1 crore (CENVAT + PLA) for June
12/07/2017D-VATBE - 2 Advance information for 2nd fortnight of July of functions with booking cost > Rs 1 lakh in Banquet Halls,hotels etc. in Delhi
15/07/2017D-VAT DVAT 20 Payment of DVAT TDS for June
15/07/2017Income Tax Form 15G/H E-filing of form 15G/H received during June Quarter
15/07/2017Income Tax Form 15CC Statement by Banks etc. in respect of foreign remittances during June quarter.
15/07/2017 Income Tax Form 27EQ TCS Returns by ALL Collectors
15/07/2017 Providend Fund Electronic Challan cum Return (ECR) E-Payment of PF for June
 21/07/2017 ESI ESI Challan Payment of ESI for June Applicable for Salary upto Rs. 21,000 instead of 15,000 earlier)
 21/07/2017 M-VAT MVAT Challan Payment of MVAT & WCT TDS for June
 21/07/2017 D-VAT DVAT-20 & Central E-Payment of DVAT & CST for the month/quarter ended June
 21/07/2017 M-VATForm 231-235 & CST 1Submission of MVAT return for month/quarter ended June. (10 Days extra for e-returns)
 22/07/2017 D-VAT DVAT - 43 Issue of DVAT Certificate for deduction made in June
 25/07/2017 D-VAT Form 16 and CST 1 E- Return of DVAT for quarter ended June 
 27/07/2017 D-VAT BE-2 Advance information for 1st fortnight of August of functions with booking cost > Rs 1 lakh in Banquet Halls,hotels etc. in Delhi
 28/07/2017 D-VAT DVAT - 56 Filing of DVAT Return Verification Form  for quarter ended June where return not signed with digital signature.
 28/07/2017 D-VAT DVAT-48 Return of TDS for June quarter in DVAT-48
 28/07/2017 D-VAT Bank-1Return by Scheduled Bank branches in Delhi engaged in sale of  silver, gold, repossessed vehicles for quarter ending June
 30/07/2017 Income Tax Form 27D Issue TCS Certificates by Collectors for quarter ended June
 31/07/2017 Income Tax Form No. ITR-1,2,3,4 Filing of I.T. Returns by Individuals , HUF (without Audit)
 31/07/2017 Income Tax Form No ITR.-5 Filing of I.T. return by Firms,AOPs, BOIs (without audit)
 31/07/2017 Income Tax Form No ITR.-7 Filing of I.T. Return by Trusts, Political party etc.(without audit)
 31/07/2017 Income Tax Return No.24Q, 26Q & 27Q TDS  returns for June Quarter by ALL deductors
 31/07/2017 Income Tax Form No. 26QAA Returns by banks for interest upto Rs.10,000 for June quarter
 31/07/2017 Maharastra Profession Tax MTR-6/Form IIIB Payment & Monthly Return of Maharastra PT (Annual Liability 50000 or more)

Note: Please not that this is not an exhaustive list of obligations under various laws and rules. Important ones have been compiled to serve as a Ready Reckoner.
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