Net direct tax mop-up exceeds revised estimates at Rs 9.45 trillion in FY21

The government also issued 41 per cent higher refunds compared to last year.

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Direct tax collection, excluding refunds, fell below Rs 10 trillion for the first time in four years in 2020-21.

However, the collection was expected to decline even further due to the Covid-19 impact. This could be gauged from the fact that the FY21 mop-up of Rs 9.45 trillion was higher by around 4.5 per cent compared to the revised estimates. Also, the government issued 41 per cent higher refunds compared to last year.

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First Published: Sat, April 10 2021. 02:20 IST