Statutory compliance and tax compliance calendar July 2021

Compliance Calendar for the month of July 2021

We all hear the 3rd wave of covid is already started in India, and this could be worse than the first 2 waves. However, it is important for businesses to stay compliant with various compliances. Here is the complete compliance calendar for the month of July 2021.

The total compliance calendar for the month of July 2021 will provide a guide on what is to be complied with and on what days. This will benefit the employers and business owners. The compliance calendar helps the entrepreneurs to plan their schedules better so that they can make the most out of their time.

Every month, there are substantial legislative and tax compliances. However, if we look at the compliance calendar, we can see that there are a few taxes and statutory compliance due dates in July 2021, including ROC filings, income tax return filings, and GST return files.

For Companies apart from statutory and tax compliances, there is extra compliance in the month of July 2021. Which is DPT-3 annual compliance. The due date for DPT 3 Filing was June 30, 2021. but considering the covid situation, the government has extended the due date to 31st July 2021. This is a return of deposits that companies must file to furnish information about outstanding receipt of loans or money other than deposits.

Below is the complete compliance calendar for the month of July 2021. This calendar has been prepared in three parts, Compliance Calendar for GST due dates of July 2021, Compliance Calendar for Income Tax Return due dates for the month of July 2021, and Compliance calendar for the DPT-3 Annual Filing in the Month of July 2021.

I'm requesting that you check over each calendar completely to grasp the due dates and criteria for your company.

Tax Compliance and Statutory Compliance calendar for July 2021

GST Compliance calendar for July 2021. (Important due dates for GST Return filings)

SL NOForm to be filedFor the PeriodDue date Who should file?
1GSTR 1June 202111.07.2021Taxpayers having an aggregate turnover of more than INR 1.50 Crores or opted to file Monthly Return
2GSTR 1 IFF (QRMP)June 202111.07.2021GST return for the taxpayers who opted for QRMP scheme (Optional)
3GSTR 3BJune 202120.07.2021The due date for GSTR-3B having an Annual Turnover of more than 5 Crores
4GSTR 5June 202120.07.2021Non-Resident Taxpayers
5GSTR 5AJune 202120.07.2021Registered person providing OIDAR services from outside India to a non taxable online recipient
6GSTR 6June 202113.07.2021Input Service Distributors
7GSTR 7June 202110.07.2021GSTR 7 is a return to be filed by the persons who is required to deduct TDS (TaxTDS (Tax deducted at source) deducted at source) under GST
8GSTR 8June 202110.07.2021GSTR-8 is a return to be filed by the e-commerce operators who are required to deduct TCS (Tax collected at source) under GST
9GST CMP-08June 202118.07.2021Tax payers opted for composition scheme


Income Tax and Statutory compliance calendar for July 2021. (Important due dates for TDS/PF/ESI return filings)

SL NOForm to be filedFor the PeriodDue date Who should file?
1Challan No. ITNS-281June 202107.07.2021Payment of TDS/TCS deducted /collected in April 2021.
6Electronic Challan cum Return (ECR) (PF)June 202115.07.2021E-payment of Provident Fund
7ESI ChallanJune 202115.07.2021ESI payment
8PT ChallanJune 202120.07.2021E-payment of Professional Tax


DPT-3 annual filing compliance in the month of July 2021 (Important due date for Form DPT-3)

SL NOForm to be FiledFor the PeriodDue DateWho should file?
1DPT-3 FilingFY 2020-21 31.07.2021Companies who have taken outstanding loans


June 2021 was crucial for due dates for various compliances as compared to July 2021.  However, in this month as well there are various regular compliances related to GST filings, Income Tax filings, and Statutory compliances. Along with these, there is an additional filing of DPT-3 for Companies.

Filing the above-mentioned list of compliances on or before the due days will save businesses and entrepreneurs from hefty penalties. We advise you to get in touch with your CA/CS for filing for these compliances. If you need any help, feel free to write to us at

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