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How taxes are to be paid in Iran?

In general, taxes are to be paid within the time limits specified for fling the tax return in question. 

In the case the taxpayer fails to pay his finalized tax within 10 days from the notification of the final notice, the tax affairs office shall notify him by a writ of execution to pay, or arrange for the payment of, all his tax dues to the said department within one month from the date of notification.

Corporate Income Tax:
Juridical persons are obligated to submit their tax return to the tax affairs office of the district where they reside, and to pay the applicable taxes, not later than four months after the expiry of each tax year. 

Inheritance Tax:
The persons subject to the Inheritance Tax are required to pay, as an on account payment and against a receipt, the amount of tax assessed under the relevant tax return within three months of the expiry of the time limit for submission of the tax return.
Where the taxpayers subject to the Inheritance Tax are unable to pay their taxes, wholly or partially, the Iranian National Tax Administration may arrange for the payment thereof in installments over a period up to three years from the date of finalization of the applicable taxes and against a valid guarantee.

Stamp Duty:
Whenever the instruments subject to the Stamp Duties provisioned in Articles 45, 46, 47 and 48 of Direct Taxes Act are issued in Iran, the drawers have to affix and cancel the stamps applicable thereto. If they are issued abroad, the first  person in possession thereof, has to take the same measure, before signing them for  any purposes, whether for indorsing, negotiating, accepting or paying the amount of such documents. All institutions or persons negotiating, receiving or paying such instruments in Iran, at any event, shall, be jointly  and severally liable for the payment of the stipulated duties.  

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