Tax Calendar for November 2015

November is traditionally a month of festivities and celebrations in India, with Diwali heralding a new financial beginning in most households. While the month may not be seen as extremely important in terms of the financial tax calendar, there are a few important dates one out should keep an eye on.

Dates to Remember:

  • 7th November: Tax can be deducted on a monthly basis and 7th November is the last day to deposit any tax accumulated in October.
  • 15th November: This is the last date for the quarterly TDS certificate for the previous quarter (ending September 2015).
  • 22nd November: A certificate is issued for tax deducted every month and this date is the last date for issue of TDS certificate for deductions in October.
  • 30th November:
  • Individuals wishing to file their annual income and wealth return for the assessment year 2015-16 can do so before this date. An assessee will be required to furnish a report under provisions of Section 92E towards meeting certain conditions.
  • Venture capital companies/funds need to furnish their statement of income distribution in terms of the income disbursed by them in the last year.
  • This is the last day to e-file Principal CIT in form 64A. This form should contain details of the income distributed by a business trust to its unit/shareholders in the FY 2015-15.
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