Due Dates for Maharashtra for 2016-17: VAT, Service Tax, Central Excise By Vikram Shah - November 16, 2016 Last Updated at: Oct 12, 2020 0 50516 While most tax amnesty schemes provide relief from interest and penalty, the Sabka Vishwas (Legacy Dispute Resolution) Scheme goes a step ahead by providing waivers even on the tax due. In May, 2020, the Delhi Govt. decided to raise the Value Added Tax (VAT) on petrol and diesel to generate revenue in the times of the COVID-19 pandemic. States like Haryana, Assam and Meghalaya have also followed similar measures to generate funds. Earlier, the GOI and Governments of various states had fixed the final dates on which the payment of different indirect taxes was to be done. With the arrival of GST and the concept of ‘One nation, one tax’ the situation has changed for the better. Filing returns has become simpler than ever before. Returns & Payment due dates for Service Tax, VAT, ESI/PF, Profession Tax, Income Tax & Central Excise in Maharashtra [CPMV_CALENDAR view=”1″] Service Tax Payment When: 5th of each month for physical payment, but 6th if done online. Where: All India What: Service Tax Payment for the previous month if done online (in case your liability is over Rs. 1 lakh, online payment is mandatory). For physical payment, however, the due date is the previous day (i.e. 5th). If you’re just looking around for related information on startups, government registrations, tax or legal documentation, check out the list of services we provide to make your interaction with government as smooth as is possible by doing all the legal documentation for you. We will also give you absolute clarity on the process to set realistic expectations. Register a Company PF Registration MSME Registration Income Tax Return FSSAI registration Trademark Registration ESI Registration ISO certification Patent Filing in india Central Excise Payment When: 5th of each month for physical payment, but 6th if done online. Where: All India What: All non-SSI entities, including export-oriented units, must make excise payments by the 6th of every month. In case of physical payment, however, the due date is the previous day. Ask Free Legal advice TDS Payment When: 7th of each month Where: All India What: Any entity deducting tax at source must make all payments by this date. Central Excise Returns When: 10th of each month Where: All India What: Returns need to be filed by all entities paying Central Excise: 1. Non-SSI entities must file Form ER-1; 2. 100% EOUs must file Form ER-2. Provident Fund Payment When: 15th of each month Where: All India What: Payment of employer/employee component to the EPFO. ESIC Payment When: 21st of each month Where: All India What: Payment of Employee State Insurance dues. Mahavat Monthly Payment When: 21st of each month Where: Maharashtra What: Dealers who are liable to file monthly returns (if tax amount is greater than Rs. 10 lakh) must make payment by this date. Mahavat Monthly Return When: Last day of each month Where: Maharashtra What: For dealers making monthly payments, e-returns must be filed within 10 days of the Mahavat Monthly Payment due date. Profession Tax Payment/Return When: Last day of each month Where: Maharashtra What: Monthly payment and return for tax deducted in previous month. Applies only to entities deducting profession tax of over Rs. 50,000 per year. Payment of professional taxes is a mandatory provision for specific companies conducting their business in some Indian states. They are also required to pay the goods and services tax, if they are not exempted from it by the provisions of the CGST Act and IGST Act. So, you must get yourself registered as soon as possible.