Tax Audit Date Extended All Over India till 31-10-2019 – Official

Tax Audit Date Extended All Over India till 31-10-2019. Tax Audit Due Date Extended to 31-10-2019 for 2018-19. The Income Tax department has extended the last date of filing of the Income Tax Returns and Tax Audit Reports for 2018-19 from 30 September to 31 October.

A fresh notification by the Central Board of Direct Taxes read, “On consideration of representations recd from across the country,CBDT has decided to extend the due date for filing of ITRs & Tax Audit Reports from 30th Sep,2019 to 31st of Oct,2019 in respect of persons whose accounts are required to be audited.Formal Notification will follow.”

Tax Audit Due Date Extended to 31st October 2019: Dear Professional Colleagues! The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has extended the due date of filing of ITRs from 30th September, 2019 to 31st October, 2019. For more info pls click Twitter link:

Tax Audit Due Date Extended to 31st October 2019

Finally Good news for Businessman ,Entrepreneurs and Chartered Accountants. 

CBDT: On consideration of representations received from across the country, CBDT has decided to extend the due date for filing of ITRs & Tax Audit Reports from 30th Sep, 2019 to 31st of Oct, 2019 in respect of persons whose accounts are required to be audited. Formal Notification will follow.

This category of ITR is to be filed by those entities that are assessed under section 44AB of the I-T Act such as companies, partnership firms, proprietorship among others and their accounts are to be audited before filing.

Certain categories of individuals like a working partner in a firm also fall under this clause.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes frames policy for the income tax department.

11 thoughts on “Tax Audit Date Extended All Over India till 31-10-2019 – Official”

  1. Hounorable high court of some state ordered to extend the filling date upto 31.10.2016 but CBDT ignore it. this is like as contempt or Court.

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  2. Due date extende by 17 days while nature attack is running in shape of after flood as life killing desease. This extention is not enough. Think about problems. Deshehra, muharram also between this. A satisfactory and jenuine step must taken by cdbt regarding extention of date furthur.

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  3. It would be better complying with the provisions of the Act within the due date. I do not see any reason why date should be extended. This has more or less become a regular practice to seek extension of the due date on some pretext or the other. In all cases before different High Courts , you do not feel that the assessee is aggrieved. It is always that the tax professional has sought for extension . Assesses seldom have challenged this provision as they seem to be happy with the rules . It is only CAs who always want extension . Govt shoul rethink about not having audit by CAs but should frame agencies who will take up this Herculean task of Audit.

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    • What a rubbish remark you had given. I think you have less work or no work that’s why u r saying like that. U r not saying correct that client have no botheration regarding time limit. They have to provide documents to his ca which consumes lot of time & energy. Pl dont pass such comments….

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  4. ALL INDIA FEDERATION OF TAX PRACTITIONERS
    Narayan Jain, LL.M., Advocate; Chairman, Membership and PR Committee,

    3, Ho Chi Minh Sarani, Kolkata 700071 Ph: 98309 51252

    URGENT

    29th September, 2015

    To,
    The Chairperson,
    Central Board of Direct Taxes,
    North Block,
    New Delhi-110001.

    Hon’ble Madam,

    Sub: Humble Request for consideration of extension of date for filing of IT Returns from 30.9.2015 to 31.10.2015 – Regarding

    1. The due date for corporate, and tax audit Returns is 30th September, 2015 for Income Tax Returns for assessment year 2015-16. However due to delay in prescribing the ITRs, enormous difficulty in getting the tax audit completed in time and various other reasons taxpayers are finding it difficult to furnish the returns within the date prescribed. Tax professionals also could not cope up with the work of e-filing as more details are required to be filled up and more returns are required to be e-filed for assessment year 2015-16. However, we are glad that maximum taxpayers are filing their Returns electronically.

    2. The matter has also been going on in various High Courts.

    3. Considering the overall circumstances and the practical difficulty of taxpayers in furnishing the return within due date, as also the view of the order of Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court dated 29th September, 2015 and direction of Hon’ble Karnataka High Court we humbly request the Central Board of Direct Taxes for consideration of the matter and for suitable extension of date in the interest of taxpayers at large.

    With Regards,

    Yours faithfully,

    Narayan Jain
    098309 51252
    Email npjain@vsnl.com

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