We have created a Poll on our twitter page on 24th October 2017 asking Taxpayer and Tax Professionals across India that do they think that Time Limit for filing IT Return (44AB Audit Cases) must be further extended to 30th November 2017.
In response to our poll we have received 3285 Votes and 90% of those who voted has voted in favour of extension and merely 10% thinks that there should not be any extension. Further our poll is been retweeted by 372 people, liked by 321 people and we received 376 comments on our poll. (Poll is closed now)
(Above Para Been updated on 31.10.2017 at 10.30 AM)
You can check our poll below-
Time Limit for filing IT Return (44AB Audit Cases) must be further extended
— Tax Guru (@taxguru_in) October 24, 2017
Readers are requested to Vote on Our poll, Retweet the same, Like the same and leave their comment on the same.
Some of the interesting tweets in reaction to the above poll are as follows:-
Things are messing up and the pressure if literally unbearable .I hope it gets extended soon.
— s a T y a (@POETICandFUNNY) October 25, 2017
In view of various due dates during the month must be further extended hope finance ministry will look into matter positively.
— Ashok Bedmutha (@Ashok30218781) October 24, 2017
Tax professionals are under huge pressure of compliance of gst and other relevant work # date must must must extended
— k d sasane (@kunal_2498) October 24, 2017
— Deepak Baldawa (@DeepakBaldawa1) October 25, 2017
87% of countryman wants extension but government instead of hearing the plea of Taxpayer and Tax Professionals across India is busy issuing advisory on consequences of Non Filing of ITR and Tax Audit report. Check Tweet below-
— Income Tax India (@IncomeTaxIndia) October 27, 2017
Interesting fact here is that when department was tweeting about consequences of Late Return filing at that time Income Tax e-filing website was down from almost 4-5 Hours as can be seen from some the Tweets in reaction to tweet above-
Your e filing website is down
Check it and fix it before reminding us
— Atul Modani (@atulmodani) October 27, 2017
Website failure is a precursor to the extension of due date…
— Sarath Nair (@sarathnair1988) October 27, 2017
website is not working….please resolve it first or extend the date…
— Avinash Rao (@theavinashrao) October 27, 2017
This is the position of incometax site how can the deadline of 31 Oct one can meet. Kindly extend the date pic.twitter.com/DQbS7KXAG5
— LEGISURE (@legisureindia) October 27, 2017
Sure but get the site working. It is not accessible for last 3 hours.
— Sanjeev Lalan (@sdlalan) October 27, 2017
We hope better sense will prevail and CBDT/ Finance Department?Finance Mister will extend the due date without wasting any further time. Hope they will listen the 90% of taxpayers / Country Man / Tax Professionals.