Pay the Advance Tax for FY 2020-21 before the due dates

Advance Tax- It means Income Tax, which needs to be paid by the assessee in advance before year-end. These payments have to be made in installments on or before the due dates as provided by the department. In this article, we will know the Advance Tax Due Dates for FY 2020-21

Who needs to pay advance tax

Under the Income Tax, If the tax liability of taxpayers is expected to be Rs. 10,000 or more than Rs. 10,000 for the respective financial year, then the assessee is required to pay the liability of Advance Tax.

Advance Tax Payment for Presumptive Income

The taxpayers who opted for presumptive income taxation e.g. Section 44AD, Section 44ADA, Section 44AE have to pay the whole advance tax liability in one installment on or before 15th March. They can also pay the entire amount by 31st March.

Advance Tax Due Dates for FY 2020-21

Following are the advance tax payment due dates for FY 2020-21, applicable to all assessee except presumptive taxation scheme-

Due dateAdvance Tax Liability
On or before 15th June 202015% of advance Tax
On or before 15th September 202045% of advance Tax less advance tax already paid
On or before 15th December 202075% of advance Tax less advance tax already paid
On or before 15th March 2021100% of advance Tax less advance tax already paid
Advance Tax Due Dates for FY 2020-21

Also Read- Financial Year 2020-21: Extended Income Tax Audit Due Date

Following are the advance tax due dates for FY 2020-21, applicable to assessee opted for a presumptive taxation scheme

Due dateAdvance Tax Liability
On or before 15th March 2021100% of Advance Tax

Related Article-

🎯 All about section 44AD of the Income Tax Act- Presumptive Taxation Scheme

🎯 All about section 44ADA of the Income Tax Act- Presumptive Taxation Scheme

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Compiled by- CA Chirag Agarwal (Practicing Chartered Accountants)

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