ICAI has for the third time in less than a month made a request for Extension for extension of time for submission of Tax Audit Reports and related returns from 30th September, 2018 to 31st October, 2018. Earlier ICAI has made representation dated 31st August, 2018 and 10th September, 2018.

Read ICAI 1st Representation on extension of Tax Audit Due Date, Dated: 31st August, 2018 

Read ICAI 2nd Representation on extension of Tax Audit Due Date, Dated: 10th September, 2018

THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA
(Set up by an Act of Parliament)

ICAI/DTC/2018-19/Rep–36

17th September, 2018

Shri Sushil Chandra Ji,
Chairman,
Central Board of Direct Taxes,
Ministry of Finance,
Government of India,
North Block,
New Delhi-110 001.

Respected Sir,

Reg. Our representation dated 31st August, 2018 and 10th September, 2018 for extension of time for submission of Tax Audit Reports and related returns from 30th September, 2018 to 31st October, 2018 – Recent developments and further submissions:

Sir, majority of CA offices are working overtime till late evenings and on Sundays and holidays due to increased workloads and frequent changes, tax payers and tax auditors are unable to cope up with the additional and frequently changing requirements in effectively curtailed time period.

The prime objective of tax audits will be better served if audits are conducted with less pressure with peace of mind – this is possible if due dates are extended.

At the outset, best compliments from ICAI!

Relevant brief about role of ICAI w.r.t. tax collection by the Government:

As you are kindly aware that ICAI being a partner in nation building, has always supported the efforts of the government to achieve its objective to optimize tax collection and prevent tax evasion on one hand and to ensure timely compliance of statutory obligations by the tax payers on the other hand. Also, ICAI has played a pivotal role in enhancing the relationship between the taxpayers and the Department. We have been bringing to the notice of the Department, from time to time, the genuine hardships being faced by the tax payers and as a consequence by our members for timely redressal of the same.

The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is a statutory body established on 1st July, 1949 by an Act of Parliament, viz., The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949 for regulating the profession of Chartered Accountants in the country, has five Regional Councils,163 Branches, 138 Study Circles covering the length and breadth of the country and 31 Chapters abroad. Founded 70 years ago, the Institute has grown to cross the mark of more than 284,000 members and over 800,000 students as of now. Nationally, ICAI engages in dialogues from time to time and on continuing basis inter alia with Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Central Board of Direct Taxes, Office of Comptroller and Auditor General and other regulatory bodies and submits it views, inputs and comments as sought and suo motu in overall national interests.

Taxation works in the country is pre-dominantly handled by Chartered Accountants all over India. Our members are well connected with the tax-payers at the ground level.

In above background, the tax payers are quite effectively represented by the ICAI for their genuine difficulties and hardships. Therefore, by addressing the issues raised by the ICAI, Hon’ble CBDT will be able to address the issues and hardships concerning tax payers.

Severe consequences to specified assessee for not meeting the deadlines of TAR or filing of returns – not justified in present circumstances:

For non-filing of tax audit report in time, the assessee is liable to heavy penalty under section 271B, for failure to furnish return by due date, disallowance of deductions available under the provisions of ‘Chapter VI-C- Deductions in respect of certain incomes’, and he is also subjected to restrictions on carry forward of certain losses.

The above consequences are quite harsh and would be suffered by the assessees despite trying their best to cope up with the requirements. We are sure that the Government would like to be strict with those who are willful defaulters and not who are sincere but cannot cope with the changes in time.

Tax payers and tax auditors appreciate and support the efforts of government to capture more information, but they need more time for compliances:

ICAI has always been instrumental in sharing the difficulties being faced by the assessees with the Department for appropriate solution. We fully respect and support the efforts of the Government to capture more information in the tax returns to prevent tax avoidance/evasion. However, at the same time, it must be ensured that the tax payers and members of the profession are given adequate time to ensure due compliance in an effective manner.

The detailed hardships and issues and the justification for extension were communicated to your good office vide our communications ICAI/DTC/2018-19/Rep – 27 dated 31st August, 2018 and ICAI/DTC/2018-19/Rep – 34 dated 10th September, 2018 with submission to extend the due dates.

CA offices are functioning overtime till very late evenings, as also on holidays, still compliances not possible, prime objective of tax audit will be better served if unreasonable pressure is immediately released:

As the due date for filing tax audit reports and related returns is fast approaching, taxpayers and members are raising their concerns/hardships being faced by them in complying the statutory obligations in a timely and effective manner. Due to the far-reaching changes mid-way and frequent other changes in systems etc., the tax payers have been taking a lot of time to understand the changes, requirements and consequently the tax auditors are also working over-time and most of the CA offices engaged in tax audits are functioning overtime till very late evenings and on Sundays and holidays. This can be easily verified as the uploading details are completely available in the E based transparent system introduced by the Department. This shows the sincerity and dedication of the CA fraternity. However, the increased workload is such that the same cannot be coped up even by such overtime works by the administration.

However, the prime objective of the tax audits and determination of true total income will be better served if the unreasonable pressure due to non-possibility of completions before 30th September, 2018 is reduced by immediate notification of extension impugned due dates. As a Regulator of the audit profession, ICAI is concerned with the quality of the tax audits conducted by the members of our Institute.

In addition, to our above submissions, we make here some further submissions for immediate kind consideration of your good office:

Ideally, and in all fairness to the tax payers and tax auditors, all the relevant forms, related schemas and other logistics arrangements after due testing should have been readied and notified on or before 31st March. This would help both the tax-payers and the professionals in meeting the statutory compliances within the due dates, in a

planned, peaceful manner and without unnecessary wastage of time to understand and cope up with interrupting changes and consequent spending of time also.

1. Delay in release and frequent modification in utilities:

This is to bring to your kind notice that due to the delay in e-enabling of return forms, the effective time available for filing of return of income became very less, causing genuine hardship to the assessees and members of the profession. The table below shows the effective time available for filing return of income/tax audit report (TAR) for A.Y. 2018-19 whose last date for filing return of income/TAR falls due on 30th September, 2018:

S. N. ITR Forms /TAR Time avail-able for filing return of income /TAR (from the end of the rele-vant finan-cial year) Date of Notif-ication Date of enabling E-Filing Delay in release of
enab-ling e-filing utility
Effe-ctive time avail-able for filing of return of income/ TAR (from the date of enab-ling ) Number of
times utility modified after release in
Java version
Last modified date
1 ITR 3 183 days 03.04.2018 18.05.2018 48 days 135 days 5 07.09.2018
2 ITR 5 & 7 183 days 03.04.2018 21.05.2018 51 days 132 days 5 01.09.2018
3 ITR 6 183 days 03.04.2018 26.05.2018 56 days 127 days 4 14.08.2018
4 Form 3CA, 3CB, 3CD 183 days 20.07.2018 20.08.2018 143 days 40 days 5 07.09.2018

The above table has already been included in our earlier representation (duly attached). Here, we add as follows:

Whenever there is a schema change and the release of new utility by the CBDT, it requires time to understand the changes made in comparison to the earlier version and results in enormous loss of man hours. Every change in the utility has resulted in loss of data already stored with respect to the auditee as the new version did not accept the data stored in the previous version.

Given the fact that there have been frequent changes in the utility hosted on the CBDT website and the last change was as late as 7th September 2018, the time available for completion and filing of the audit reports is too less.

It has also been noticed that whenever the new utility is being released, there are issues specially relating to the additional requirements which are mandatory fields for reporting, resulting in delay for completion of audit. It is also not fair to ask additional information from some taxpayers who file their returns after such changes were carried out whereas the same information is not obtained from early filers.

2. Delay due to software updation:

Many assessees and auditors are using the softwares which are prepared by the private software providers, based on the schema released by the CBDT. Significant and frequent changes made by the Department in the e-filing utilities results in updation of software used by such chartered accountants. The software vendors take time to update the software, due to which the working days get reduced.

3. Due date of filing return of income and audit reports for assessees in the State of Kerala and other states of country:

As you are aware, the State of Kerala was struck by a natural disaster in the month of August, caused devastating floods and landslides. The large flash floods and massive landslides damaged many houses and structures, killed those who were trapped. The roads have been seriously damaged, banking facilities have been impaired, communication channels desecrated, causing undue hardships to the inhabitants of the State of Kerala as well as some of the Northern and Eastern States.

Considering the massive loss of life and property, it is important to mention here that due date of filing of ITRs in respect of assessees residing in or assessed in the State of Kerala who were required to file returns upto 31st August, 2018 only was extended to 15th September, 2018.

The said extension of due date can in no way be considered as extension of due date for those who are required to file return of income and audit report on or before 30th September, 2018. The assessees in the state of Kerala are in a state of melancholy and at present even on humanitarian grounds they should not be expected to pay due attention to the works related to filing of Income Tax Returns and Tax Audit Reports, as many of them are struggling to set their houses in order, and some are trying to retrieve or regenerate their destroyed records. Also, there has been reported instances wherein the physical records kept by many of the assessees have been destroyed due to heavy rains and they have been struggling to re-generate the documents from the material available with them.

Further, the assessees are not able to get the required information such as TDS Statements and other financial information required for audit and for filing Income tax returns, from the State Government offices and private offices. As a result, the assessees are expressing their inability to provide the required information to the tax auditors who are conducting audit under section 44AB of Income-tax Act, 1961. There are cases where a unit or branch of auditee is located in one or more of these regions and the branch auditor who is different from the main auditor, is unable to complete his audit. Due to this, not only the auditor is unable to finalise his tax audit report, the auditee too is not able to finalise and furnish his income tax return.

4. Increase in number of returns filed:

The following table shows the growth in filing ITRs (between previous FY and current FY):

S. No. ITR FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Growth (%)
1 ITR-3 16,97,020 42,15,536 148.41
2 ITR-5 2,03,386 2,83,041 39.16
3 ITR-6 45,505 56,587 24.35
4 ITR-7 34,213 38,089 11.33
FY 2017-18 => From 01/04/2017 to 31/07/2017 FY 2018-19 => From 01/04/2018 to 31/07/2018

It is clear from the above table, there is tremendous increase in filing in volume of ITR Forms. It necessitates the need for extension of time for filing ITRs and TAR.

5. Errors in latest utilities released and non-updation of the utilities as per the law

Error in the utility of Form No. 3CB-3CD

The changes made in the utility on 1st September, 2018 in Clause No. 9(a) of Form No. 3CB, there is a requirement of mentioning the details of the partners of the firm, which is a mandatory field. The present utility does not allow the assessee to enter any data in this field and the field is locked, despite of the status of the assessee being selected as partnership firm. It is pertinent to note that Representation No. ICAI/DTC/2018-19/Rep – 32 dated 7th September, 2018 has already been submitted to the Chairman, CBDT in this regard.

Error in the utility of Form ITR-5

As per the provisions of Section 139(1) of the Income-tax Act, 1961, if the assessee is entitled to get the books of account audited as per the provisions of any other Act, then the due date is 30th September and not 31st July (extended to 31st August, 2018 for AY 2018-19). The Limited Liability Partnership is also required to get the books of account audited as per the provisions of the LLP Act. The utility levies the late fee under Section 234F of the Income-tax Act, 1961, which is not correct. The screen shots are enclosed for your ready reference:

Screen Shot for selection of Audit

Screen Shot for selection of Audit

Screen Shot for levy of Late Fee

Screen Shot for levy of Late Fee

Error in the utility of Form ITR-6

Section 115JAA(3A) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 has been amended by the Finance Act, 2017 and accordingly the MAT Credit is now allowed to be carried forward for a period of 15 years as compared to 8 years in the earlier assessment years. This extended period of adjustments has not been made available in the ITR-6 Utility. The screen shot of the same is appended hereto for your ready reference as it has only the option to insert the figures from Assessment Year 2008-09 and not for the prior period.

Error in the utility of Form ITR-7

As per the provisions of the Income-tax Act, 1961, the Trust having income below the basic taxable limit i.e. Rs 2,50,000/- is not required to pay any tax. The ITR-7 utility computes the tax at the maximum marginal tax rate (@ 30%) which needs to be corrected. The utility does not provide for such basic exemption. The screen shots of the same are appended hereto for your ready reference.

Screen Shot of Income below exemption limit in ITR-7

Screen Shot of Income below exemption limit in ITR-7

Screen Shot of Tax Computation in ITR utility

Screen Shot of Tax Computation in ITR utility

It is stated that lot of time is being spent for verification of the ITR and non-availability of corrected utility to upload the Return of Income.

6. Slow down of Website

The website www.incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in is working very slow and the generation of Form No. 26AS from TRACES portal also takes time due to frequent updations of the entries and non-availability of the entries of TDS claimable in Form No. 26AS. This also delays the filing of return of income.

Since after filing the ITR, the processing errors generated also takes years and years to rectify the same. For free and hassle-free filing, the time limit of filing of return is required to be extended.

7. Reconciliation of GST and amounts relating to GST to be mentioned in the ITR

The figures for claims and credits are required to be reported in SCH-BS as well as SCH-PL and will have the significant impact on the profitability of the assessee. Unless and until the matching of these figures is completed, the audit will not be complete. The auditor will have to spent significant time in reconciliation of the figures. Also, the reconciliation of FORM-9C has been notified by the GST Department on September 13, 2018. Since this form has the direct link with the ITR, it becomes mandatory for the tax payer to comply with this requirement and thereby reducing the time available with the tax auditor as well as the assessee.

8. Recent notification no. 43 and 44 both dated 10.09.2018 under the GST law extending time limits for filing of GSTR 1 will not enable finalisation of true accounts before 31st October, 2018:

The Government by notification nos. 43 and 44 both dated 10.09.2018 has extended the time limits for filing GSTR 1 both for quarterly as well as monthly returns including for the periods from July, 2017 to 31st March, 2018. The GSTR 1 includes supplies by the suppliers of goods and services. As far as the recipient of goods, expenses and capital assets are concerned, there is an online form GSTR 2A on the GST Website which is on the lines of TDS Form No. 26AS under the Income-tax Rules. Under the system, details furnished by suppliers in GSTR 1 will automatically reflect in GSTR 2A of the recipients and depending upon the details furnished by the suppliers the recipients may have to re-adjust their accounts in respect of purchases, expenses, capital assets and input credits for the concerned period and all these will impact the financial statements. Therefore, effectively, the financial statements w.r.t. purchases, expenses and capital assets would be finalised only by 31st October, 2018.

Further, the tax payers will be also be occupied in compliances under the GST law due to such extended date.

In fact, the frequent and far reaching changes in the GST law and procedural aspects alone are taking substantial time of the businessmen particularly the SMEs.

Suggestion

  • In view of the above reasons and the reasons stated in our earlier representations, we suggest and request that the due date of filing returns of income under section 139(1) of the Income-tax Act, 1961 for assessees mentioned under clause (a) of Explanation 2 to section 139(1) and also the ‘specified date’ for filing tax audit reports be extended from 30th September, 2018 to 31st October, 2018 for AY 2018-19 as also the due date for filing tax audit reports.
  • For the tax audit reports relating to A.Y 2019-20, may we request you to make the utility available by 1st April, 2019 to enable our members to smoothly e-file the tax audit reports in time. We also request you to have a consultative meeting with ICAI before releasing the schema so that the issues that may arise can be foreseen and taken care of, thereby facilitating smooth e-filing of tax audit reports.

We would be very grateful if your good self would take an early action in this regard which will be very helpful for the taxation fraternity and also for the trade & industry.

A suitable notification may be issued to this effect at the earliest.

With Warm Regards

-Sd-

Chairman, Direct Taxes Committee
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

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256 Comments

  1. pritam GOYAL says:

    please extend audit report dated 5.11.2018.only for
    extent the day two,three day bhi chal jai gi. please extent date please time se notification issue. thanks

  2. M L Babu says:

    Today, the CBDT has rejected an application from All Kerala Chartered Accountants Association for an extension of audit u/s 44 AB stating that the floods in Kerala occurred in mid August, leaving enough room for getting the accounts audited after March 31, 2018.Therefore, no extension will be made for Kerala. I just wonder that the accounts can be audited just after 31st March and finalize the same well before August 15th?.If so, why the CBDT extended the due dates of July to August and mid of September leaving only 45 days for tax audits which require more tome and energy. If it is not utter disrespect to the tax payers and other stakeholders who form a great deal for nation building. I find myself difficult to decipher the attitude of CBDT.

  3. Sandeep Singh says:

    Sir

    Please once extend due date 31.10.2018 ti 30.11.2018. we are working late night for complete the work on time. Required more time for work complete. so please extend up to 30.11.2018

  4. v sreenivas says:

    Sir
    what is the benefit extention of time for 15days that is 30.09.2018 to 15.10.2018.we are requesting you to extend m atleast upto 31.10.2018

  5. Devesh says:

    Govt extended date till 15/10/18, bheek Jaise diya hai extension, this govt becoming very rude day by day, we should think for change in 2019 election

  6. CA Rajendra B Joshi says:

    Whenever there is need to extend the due date as suggested by our country’s premier body ICAI and its members who are de facto responsible for Income Tax Compliance, their say has to be considered, that too for guanine reasons. It is unfair very time to go in public interests to the High Courts or Supreme courts for redresal. This shows utter apathy towards the responsible people by Departmental Authorities.

  7. GRA says:

    ना मंदिर जाते हैं, ना मदीना जाते है।
    हम CA है , आफिस के सिवा कही’ना जाते हैं।

    ना पूजा करते हैं, ना अदा कोई नमाज़ करते है।
    हम CA है, कर अदा करनेवालो का return भरते है।

    ना गाने सुना करते हैं, ना गज़ले सुना करते हैं।
    हम CA हैं, रोज़ सरकारी फरमान सुना करते हैं।

    अनजान लोगों के दुःख-दर्द कुछ ऐसे पहचान लेते है।
    हम CA हैं, client देख कर
    उस की paying capacity सब जान लेते हैं।

    ना गीता, ना बाइबिल, ना क़ुरान के लिए लड़ते है।
    हम CA है, Companies act income tax, GST के लिए लड़ते है।

    ना डिस्को में जाते हैं हम, ना डेट पे जाते हैं,
    हम CA है, अक़सर घर देर से जाते है।

    खुद ही कहानी लिखते है और खुद ही डायरेक्टर होते हैं।
    हम CA हैं, हमारे अपने परदे, अपने थिएटर होते है।

    हसरतें हूबहू है, ख़ुदा नहीं, हम भी बनना इंसान भला चाहते है।
    हम CA है, चाहे fees मिले या नही, कुछ भी हो अपने client का भला चाहते हैं।

    ना खाकी पे एतबार है , ना खद्दर पे इतना भरोसा करते है।
    हम CA है, लोग हमारे signature पे कितना भरोसा करते है।

    इश्क़-महरूनी, सर्द-ग़ुलाबी और धानी हम पर सब रँग फ़ब लेते है।
    हम CA हैं, सर झुकाये टेबल पर बैठे देर रात तक, जीवन के सब रंग ढक लेते है।

    एकल व्यक्ति भी खड़ा रहता है, उद्योगपति भी खड़ा रहता है।
    ये CA का दिल है,
    देश प्रेम है उन्नति की ऒर,
    इंसानियत भीतर रहती है, भेदभाव बाहर खड़ा रहता हैं।

  8. MURUGESAN says:

    Sir
    Most of the time login of Income tax e-filing website is slow and logout without any information. And also this year e-filing work is more for collecting the data’s from the clients. Digital signature process on filing the Tax Audit Report is also very slow. Please arrange to extend the due date of filing tax audit to 31.10.2018.

  9. CA T,A,P,VARADAKUTTI says:

    Charitable Trust running educational institution having gross receipts of less than one crore is exempted under section 10(23c) (iiiad) and need not get any approval of exemption under IT Act and income is automatically exempted under section 10(23c) (iiiad).However,ITR-7 is not validated unless the approval number and date and IT authority is filled up and ITR-7 could not be filed.The ITR will be treated as defective by the IT Department even, if filed.What is the solution? It happen for AY 2017-18 also ,Please advice

  10. PURNENDU RANJAN says:

    It is learned from the confirmed sources of our confirmed sources that #CBDT is in favour of extending TaxAudit Due Date by 1 month. Notification by Monday evening. But my request is to continue working till we get notification officially. Happy Working.!!!

  11. Priya says:

    FM sir,
    Please instruct CBDT to extend due date to 31.10.2018. No offence Sir, we know you are not keeping well and we do not want to put lot of pressure on you. Please take rest for another month and let us also heave a sigh of relief and complete our work.

  12. SHABBIR PATEL says:

    PLEASE EXTEND THE DUE DATE TILL 31ST DECEMBER 2018 FOR INCOME TAX AUDITS
    AS DUE DATE FOR GSTR1 IS 31-10-2018
    WE HAVE TO RECONCILE THE SAME WITH INCOME TAX & GST,
    WE ARE WORKING DAY NIGHT
    AS THE GOVERNMENT SITES ARE NOT WORKING / SLOW DURING THE DAY TIME

  13. GRA says:

    As a last resort ICAI and the Tax professional fraternity should immediately approach Mr. Anil Ambani to get Tax audit due date extension , as he alone in India can Influence the Indian government ( He alone is equal to 125 crore Indians ! )

  14. Alam says:

    FM and PM might planned that if they will not extend the date then they would collect more revenue in the form of penalty which will be useful in 2019 election though they all aware that they have not any chance in up coming election.

  15. Shahul says:

    Sir so many association filed representation for extend. Each association having more than 10000 c a AS members at the same time Icaa requested 3 times. Then Gujrath filed writ in high court then meerut handed open letters still they not understing our pains and problems means what but I got fully hope that our Fm definitely with us today he going to extend the date

  16. Omprakash Dhoot says:

    Now a days accountants are working as fast as BRUCE LEE…
    GST Returns, IT Returns, ROC Returns Old VAT Audits, CST Assessment, Reconciliation of GST Returns etc. along with day to day work. Government should try these type of returns for Politicians like what funds they received and where they used the same. Then only they can understand problems of businessmen and common public.

  17. Sudip Chaudhuri says:

    Sabhi Professional Organisations (ICAI, BAR Association, Practitioners’ Association etc.) CBDT or Govt. ko request kar chuke hai ke please Due Date extend kar dijiye lekin phir bhi Govt. abhi tak chup baythe hue hai. Yeh hai is Govt. ki ACCHE DIN. Sooch raha hu agar yeh Govt. BURE DIN layenge to hum sob Practitioners, Assesses logo ka kya hal hoga ? Aur hamare DESH MATA ki bhi haal kya hogi ? Kyun ki yaha Public ka Maan ki Baat to koi sunta hi nehi.

  18. GURMUKH says:

    SIR JI TEEN BAR REQUEST KARNE KE BAAD BHI AGAR SARKAR NAHI MANTI HAI TO YE SAMJHIYE
    KI SARKAR ICAI KO KITNA IMPORTANCE DETI HAI
    AAP BHI APANA IMPORTANCE NEXT ELECTION ME INKE AGAINST VOTE KARKE DIKHA DIJIYEGA

    DEAF GOVERMENTS ONLY HEAR THE VOICE OF VOTES

  19. Sudhir Patwa says:

    • Is not it disgusting that the leaders and bureaucrats in our country are so insensitive and still behaving like in the British Rule.
    • They are not even bothered to reply to the intellectual community of Tax Payers, CAs and Tax Professionals even after 21 days like we all are fools and begging for something.
    • The categorically pointed out justifications submitted from across the country are for MERELY EXTENDING THE TIME LIMIT AND NOTHING IS GOING TO BE SPENT OUT!
    • They are the same people who madly rush against the Supreme Court judgments and die to amend the illogical laws but which affecting their Vote Banks; whether Shah Bano Case or the recent ST/SC Case.
    • There is no reason not to extend the time limit looking to the facts & figures logically justifying the demand.
    • If they are not extending the due date, they must justify the reasons and not the simple mum.

    This is the high time to resolve the issue by making it two way system instead of one way on their total mercy.

  20. Rakesh Brahmbhatt says:

    yes, normal IT return due date extended from 31st july to 31st august 2018, now one month for completion of Audit process with new format of 3cd and incomplete GST returns of many taxpayers cause time taking exercise to get gst return filed first before being Audit completed.

  21. Anil Sharma says:

    This is a legitimate demand of Tax payers. The arrogance,if shown by CBDT/Govt, will discourage genuine tax payers. Remember, there are lakhs of willful tax evaders scotting free…only they will have the last laugh.

  22. Alam says:

    No much time left we all should do something else for early extension rather than requesting infront of CBDT and blind deaf and dumb FM.
    Any extension after 25th of sep will be meaningless against current pressurized situation.

  23. Mohit Chauhan says:

    Is it any news regarding extension of tax audit date now…?
    As one member of Deloitte name “Abhijit Kelkar” tweet yesterday that there is a meeting with FM regarding his decision view on extension date.
    Anybody has idea that what was the conclusion of yesterday meeting.?

  24. RAJESH KUMAR says:

    I also request Hon’able Finance Minister to extend due date for at least 2 month because being 1st year of GST implementation a lot of time of professional spent on its understanding and compliance
    Except this Aug month in ITR filing of non audit cases. This is genuine demand. If it is not extended by Govt immediately. Professional will go to court. BJP will lose Votes in multiple lakkx

  25. S D Chaware says:

    From S D Chaware CA

    Now it is a time the representation should be made to the P M it is wrong attitide of CBDT and FM to make mockery of the dates. .It is duty of Goverment to understand genuine problems in filing returns.The P M should intervene as this a matter dealing with a million crores of reveune certification by C A fraternity and they are required to do job most carefully and responsibly which takes considerable time.

  26. GRA says:

    Why ICAI is not approaching media and not filing petition in Hon’ ble Court for justice ? This present dispensation is run by one man and inept bureaucrats , we can never and ever get justice ! The way they put penalty for GST is the only example for the same . ICAI should not beg from anyone and should stop all co operation to the present government . Approaching court is the only solution left !

  27. LEELAVENKATESAN says:

    Respected members of the C B D T it is inevitable for us to seek help from the board for extension of due date for 2 months because of the new schema in 3 CD format and introduction of G S T in the same year, most time taking job in filing the tax audit returns and report. Entire auditors in India is looking for your help sir. Please extend the due date till 30 th November 2018.

  28. UMAMAHESWARA RAO says:

    yes, normal IT return due date extended from 31st july to 31st august 2018, now one month for completion of Audit process with new format of 3cd and incomplete GST returns of many taxpayers cause time taking exercise to get gst return filed first before being Audit completed.

  29. VIKASH KUMAR says:

    Is there a legal way to enforce extension? Apparently that’s the only language the people in power understand. Also any extension NOT up to 31th October 2018 will be half hearted help. Request all associations concerned to apply pressure through whatever means possible. Its time to STOP acting like Gandhi ji and START acting like Bhagat Singh. Jai Hindi.

  30. CA KANTA JAIN says:

    yes, normal IT return due date extended from 31st july to 31st august 2018, now one month for completion of Audit process with new format of 3cd and incomplete GST returns of many taxpayers cause time taking exercise to get gst return filed first before being Audit completed.

  31. Abbi says:

    I think all are busy in gst work. At 3.30pm cbtd replied as no due date extension sir now one kind of tension started kerela clients not Co operating sir please move to court sir

  32. Jigar Zinzuwadiya says:

    Please sir extend due date for audit
    Agar India ka better Future chahte ho to date ko extend karo
    varna agale election me bharat ka bhavishya khatare me
    aa jaye ga modi samjo jetliji ko varna aapako hatane me ye log game khel rahe he ye saale congrace k sath mil chuke he hame aapase pyar he is leye bol rahe he
    bad me mat bol na ki election me ghata
    isme tera ghata mera kuch nahi jata
    Bhavishya K liye Samjo Maa k Bhagato

  33. VIKAS SHAH says:

    CBDT HAS ANNOUNCED THAT THEY WILL NOT EXTEND THE DATE, NOW IT RESPONSE THAT WE DOES NOT MATTER ANYTHING TO GOVT. WE ACCOUNTANTS ARE ONLY LABOURS FOR THEM IT’S TIME TO SE WHAT ALL THESE TAX ASSOCIATIONS CAN DO.

  34. Vasu KUmar says:

    Please Sir Extend Audit Dut Date 31/10/2018
    Please All Pepole is Very Hard Working So Please Extend the Du Date 31/10/2018 Sir India Me Janta Ki Sunvai Nahi Hogi Too Kya Fiyada

  35. vijay lakshmi says:

    I m not a C.A. but my husband and son is. I dis not see him study so much for his exams as much as he is required to do now. Even after this much of over timing……they are always under pressure…..which i think is not good for any professional to perform 100%.

  36. Supriya says:

    We are in dying condition.From every corner our senior members, our Bar Association, CA friends ,ICAI ,requested for a genuine demand. ICAI, most reputed inst.requested thrice but what is going on?
    Why CBDT is silent? It is dangerous for nation.This type of attitude is not good and never acceptable. Better to file a PIL before the High court where we will get justice for this type of torture we are facing from day after day.

  37. MUNDHRA says:

    Sir, please announce the due date today extension till 31st October or more…else it will be of no use if announcement made later. Tremendous pressure of work.

  38. Devang Doshi says:

    Is there a legal way to enforce extension? Apparently that’s the only language the people in power understand. Also any extension NOT up to 30th November 2018 will be half hearted help. Request all associations concerned to apply pressure through whatever means possible. Its time to STOP acting like Gandhi ji and START acting like Bhagat Singh. Jai Hindi.

  39. P GANESAN TAX CONSULTANT UDUMALPET says:

    If GST reconciliation due date is till 31 october 2018. How to make audit report & balance without reconciliation. So kindly extend the due date till 30 November 2018.

  40. D.Gupta says:

    Request, Request, Request, again request why request this is our right at this moment because respective authority not giving any comment from last 20 days and i hope that date will extended and if he decided that date will not extend then he will announce at 1st day of representation given by ICAI

  41. Shanthi Ramesh says:

    Many may face health issues due to pressure with various due dates in GST and various frequent changes. Compiling income tax returns with GST rules are cumbersome. Many of the Accountants have not properly filed GST returns because of frequent changes resulting in complexities in accounts preparation. Therefore it is pertinent to extend the due dates immediately to 30.11.2018.

  42. Mohammed Gous Pasha says:

    Respected Sir..

    Sir any expectation from yours extention of due date.

    Please extend due date for tax audit AY 2018-19 up to 31.10.2018…Sir we are totally uncontrollable please extend.

    Thanks

  43. Neeraj Sharma says:

    This is the time to file a petition in Supreme Court directly as 10 days to go for tax audit and this is impossible to file tax audit in time

  44. Chintan Saiya says:

    Ideally Govt should have come up with a notification or press release by now in response to 3 letters filed by icai. The due date for audit filing for every year should be 30th sept or 60 days from the last utility supplied by the govt,whichever is later.Govt guys must be seeing the mood of professionals on twitter and other forums.Sincere request to Govt to extend the due date within a couple of days at max.I would also request fellow members to post views in a dignified manner and not tgt any one leader or minister.Calling someone Hitler wont solve the problem.Raising our voice will solve it.

  45. Nilesh kumar says:

    THE REQUEST FOR EXTENSION IS GENUINE BECAUSE
    WHEN GOVERNMENT HIMSELF ALWAYS GIVE HIS UTILITY OF ITR FORMS EVERY YEAR LATE THEN WHY THEY ARE PRESSURISE/ HARASSING TO AN ASSESSEE OR TAX PAYER. EVERY YEAR BUDGET CAME IN FEB AND
    CHANGE IN THE TAXATION SYSTEM SHOULD BE EFFECTED WITH CHANGE TIMELY BUT ALWAYS AS YOU CAN COMPARISION THAT ITR FORMS UTILITY CAME
    IN THE MONTH OF JUNE AND ASSESSEE HAVE ONLY ONE MONTH TIME TO FULL FILL HIS DUTY. WHY THE UTR FORMS AND OTHER UTILITY COME IN THE EARLIER YEARS

  46. Shahul says:

    Sir no power to work as power gone in evening as gst work is going on gst clients need their returns to file no time for audit cases. Waited till this time as no power we are closing office. Situation like this going on so humble request is to extend the date by tomorrow morning.

  47. DAMODAR says:

    A Hitler Mind set up by FM & CDBT don’t give any response and I Request ICAI to file petition in SC. AT THIS TIME SC IS ALL SO UNDER GOV> SO WE CANE REQUEST TO GOD SC, THEY GIVE GOOD LESSON IN NEXT TIME.

  48. SUNIL PATEL says:

    I think if CBDT not extend due date before 22nd September we all Accountant, Chartered Accountant , All Tax professional should go to nation wide strike against filing of TAR and ITR because this Government ruled like Hitler and this is proper way to realized them power of Tax Professionals. Friend remember struggle of Independence All our leader like Gandhiji , Sardar Patel , Nehruji etc are Advocates only Advocate have power to Change the Nation we all Tax Professionals, CA, Accountant also work like Advocate so i think non co-operate is only way to wake this Government

  49. Sudip Kumar Chaudhuri says:

    A RESPECTED ESTABLISHMENT LIKE ICAI HAS REQUESTED THRICE FOR EXTENSION OF TAX AUDIT AND ITR DUE DATE BUT STILL CBDT IS SILENT. TODAY IS 19TH. THIS GOVERNMENT IS REMINDING US ABOUT ADOLF HITLER. THEY THINK GENERAL PEOPLE ARE CORRUPTED AND ONLY THEIR FRIENDS & RELATIVES ARE HONEST EVEN THOUGH THE 2ND CATEGORY OF PEOPLE, IN FACT, ARE CHEATING THE COUNTRY.

  50. SUNIL PATEL says:

    From Implements of GST all Accountants , Chartered Accountants and all other Tax professional every month have only 10 days time for Income Tax work first 20 days spend only work of GST return and compliance so humble request to Hon PM , Hon. FM, and Hon. CBDT chairman please extend due date Immediately and also one request please don’t use us as puppet from date of demonetisation we work hard to building nation so again request please extend TAR and ITR due date atleast up to 31st October

  51. Naveen says:

    Kindly Extend Tax Audit Report and Income Tax Filling Due Date for 44 AB 30 Sep to 30 Oct

    Kindly Reply to ICAI Representation they will file Representation to Extend due date to submit Tax Audit Reports & ITR: ICAI requests 3rd times but yet to be no reply received

    Kindly Considered our valuable request

  52. RAVISHANKR says:

    SIR NO USE THERE ARE PEOPLE WHO WANTS MONEY ONLY NOTHING ELSE IF NOT EXT AND THEY WILL GET HUGE MONEY FOR NON FILING WITH IN THE DUE DATE. THEY WILL NEVER BOTHER FOR HUMANS. IN THEIR LOOK WE ALL ARE MACHINES.

  53. AFROZ ALAM says:

    Today is 19.9.2018 now only 11 days are remaining i think we should go for SC if DBDT is not respoding and trying to delay for extention of due date.

  54. VENKATA KRISHNA KISHORE CHITTA says:

    आईसीएआई लेखा क्षेत्र का सबसे प्रतिष्ठित संस्थान है,आईसीएआई ने हमेशा करदाता और राजस्व विभाग के मध्य सेतु का काम किया है,आज इनकमटैक्स के प्रति करदाता की जागरूकता ,निष्ठा और अनुपालन के लिए प्रतिबद्धता के पीछे आईसीएआई का बहुत बड़ा योगदान है।किन्तु दुर्भाग्य की बात है कि राजस्व विभाग को सही जानकारी ,उचित राजस्व,और इससे कहीं अधिक मूल्यवान सांख्यिकीय आंकड़े जो की शासन के भावी योजनाओं के लिए आधार होते है ,इन्हीं सकारात्मक उद्देश्यों के लिए आईसीएआई विगत 17 दिवसों में 3बार सीबीडीटी को आयकर आडिट की तिथि बढ़ाने के लिए आवेदन कर चुकी है,किन्तु सीबीडीटी द्वारा अभी तक कोई प्रतिक्रिया दिन नहीं दी गई, यदि कोई अतिरिक्त समय नहीं भी देना प्रस्तावित है तो कम से म इस बाबत आईसीएआई को अवगत तो किया जा सकता था,समस्त टैक्स प्रोफेशनल्स को भ्रम की स्थिति में रखना प्राकृतिक न्याय व मानवीय व्यवहार की दृष्टि से अत्यंत अनुचित व निंदनीय है।

  55. Shahul says:

    Sir what is this sir after 3 representation that too icai made still they not acted why sir tomorrow is 20 gst work sir they Friday holiday staff problem, this is our right for extension sir pleases extend the datr

  56. Sanjay says:

    I think government is only targetting and focussing on late fees and penalties. A big loot is happening, all government site is hanging, GST, MCA site and now income tax too started. Sir we do want digital india, but first think upon it, is our system got smooth to file any of returns or to upload forms within the deadline specified? Sir GST on last day most probable the site will not work and for next day late fees initiated, similarly happened in DIR-3 kyc updation, mca portal site has crashed out befor two to three days and resulted to 5000/- penalty for each director. Now the same will be repeated to the income tax audit as well, will not extend the date and at last moment the will never be reach and will result to huge penalty U/s. 271B of I.T Act. Just think upon it…

  57. CA Sanjay Desai says:

    The extension of tax audit report filing due date and return filing due date for A.Y. 2018-19 is the urgent need of the hour. While we appreciate the efforts of the ICAI and other professional associations in this regard, one feels that the ICAI should keep its members posted on the issue. On the ICAI website, one could not find the representations made by it to the CBDT for A.Y. 2018-19. The last minute changes in the 3CD forms and addition of new clauses have made the Tax Audit work an onerous responsibiltiy for the CA fraternity. As the original deadline of 30th September is fast approaching, the ICAI members are feeling the stress to the utmost. An official announcement about extension is very much required at this moment to relieve the burdens of the CA fraternity.

  58. R/FM SIR

    I am Accountant working day night 24 × 7 from 1 July 2018 for quality work for my client but I unable to complete my task due to GST site not working properly for mismatch bill. Whenever site slow down, etc
    nos. of date for various return like tds, gstr3b, gstr1, PF return, etc.
    Plz extend tax audit date for FY 17 18 to Nov 30 .
    I am also human being

  59. BHAVESH BRAHMBHATT says:

    Hon’ble finanace minister we all accountat faciing very stress fo audit return so we storngly request please extend the date as 30th Nov 2018 for smooth working and accountants life. We have just complet the duty of 31st August return for Non Audited Cases and than after engaged in GST Return. So our kind request to Hon’ble Finance Minister extend due date as 30th Nov., 2018.

  60. jain says:

    hum req. karte he to govt. ko hamara tareka samj me nhai ata he. dukh is bat ka he ke pure des se accountent, CA ,ADVO. SHABHI DATE 31.10.2018 CHATE HE ,LEKIN KOI HAMARI BAAT KA ASAR HE NHAI HOTA HE AUR TO AUR HAMARE PRTINIDHI ICAI 3 BAR REQ. KAR CHUKE HE LEKIN GOVT.KE NAZAR ME ICAI KE BHE KOI VALU.NHAI HE SHYAD

  61. PRAVIN KUMAR says:

    आईसीएआई लेखा क्षेत्र का सबसे प्रतिष्ठित संस्थान है,आईसीएआई ने हमेशा करदाता और राजस्व विभाग के मध्य सेतु का काम किया है,आज इनकमटैक्स के प्रति करदाता की जागरूकता ,निष्ठा और अनुपालन के लिए प्रतिबद्धता के पीछे आईसीएआई का बहुत बड़ा योगदान है।किन्तु दुर्भाग्य की बात है कि राजस्व विभाग को सही जानकारी ,उचित राजस्व,और इससे कहीं अधिक मूल्यवान सांख्यिकीय आंकड़े जो की शासन के भावी योजनाओं के लिए आधार होते है ,इन्हीं सकारात्मक उद्देश्यों के लिए आईसीएआई विगत 17 दिवसों में 3बार सीबीडीटी को आयकर आडिट की तिथि बढ़ाने के लिए आवेदन कर चुकी है,किन्तु सीबीडीटी द्वारा अभी तक कोई प्रतिक्रिया दिन नहीं दी गई, यदि कोई अतिरिक्त समय नहीं भी देना प्रस्तावित है तो कम से म इस बाबत आईसीएआई को अवगत तो किया जा सकता था,समस्त टैक्स प्रोफेशनल्स को भ्रम की स्थिति में रखना प्राकृतिक न्याय व मानवीय व्यवहार की दृष्टि से अत्यंत अनुचित व निंदनीय है।
    Peekay

  62. Azhar says:

    Sir tomorrow gst date if we get message of extending today how much happy we feel you don’t know sir. We can file gst then with full concentration we do audit and some relaxation for health. Can we expect by evening sir

  63. Vishnu Basantani says:

    The BJP govt. has targeted accountants CAs and tax consultants by unnecessarily increasing the work load. Given zero support and only harassed for the last 4 years of them in power. None of their websites be it GST.gov.in or incometaxindiaefiling.gov.in works properly. They themselves do not have any capacity to maintain even these 2 websites but expect a lot from CAs and acountants. They have left no stone unturned to harass us. It is high time that the CA and tax consultants must go on strike to teach this adamant Govt.
    Mr. Modi & Jaitely seem to be least bothered about the people who have paved the way for smooth functioning of this nation’s taxation system.

  64. RAMBABU CHELLURI says:

    SRI ARUN JAITLY AND SRI HANMUKH ADHIYA –
    PLZ EXTEND DUE DATE FOR 44AB TAX AUDIT CASES RETURN FILING FROM 30.09.2018 TO 31.12.2018, BECAUSE OF GSTR1 RETURNS ARE EXTENDED DUE DATE RECENTLY 31.10.2018, WE ARE RECONCILE THE GSTR2 AND ANNUAL RETURNS THOROUGHLY. SO PLZ EXTEND DUE DATE FROM 30.09.2018 TO 31.12.2018

  65. Prash says:

    The understanding of various Standards, reconciliations, other compliance by various clients are very poor. making them to understand the requirement and get the right documents and making right observations is really harsh. When we educate them they just say MODI is bad citing various nuances and compliance without any fruits from government. Please extend the due date well in advance which makes everybody to understand and cope with the work.

  66. KETAN says:

    Hon’ble finanace minister we all accountat faciing very stress fo audit return so we storngly request please extend the date as 31th nOV 2018 for smooth working and accountants life

  67. manoj kumar khandelwal says:

    kindly extend the time limit from 30/09/2018 to 31/10/2018 .Mainly GSTR 2A MATCHING
    IS PENDING WHICH IS LAST IS 20 OCT.
    THERE IS TOO MUCH STRESS ON ACCOUNTANT DUE TO GST WORK.

  68. Shruti Kumari says:

    Hon’ble finanace minister we all accountat faciing very stress fo audit return so we storngly request please extend the date as 31st Oct 2018 for smooth working and accountants life

  69. anuj says:

    bhai ye to sirf rule amend krte hai use follow kaise krna in logo ko nhi malum ye jb tb sirf naya rule lagoo kr denge bas fir bolege use folloe kro nhi to penalty dene k liye taiyar raho

  70. Parvathi says:

    The necessity for extension of TAR due date to 31.10.2018 ; has been explained in complete detail and brought out very clearly in all the representations. So, the motive of not considering the representations is unfair ; and also it is not understandable , about remaining silent on so many communiques . Kindly expedite action .

  71. Ramesh Kumar says:

    Hon’ble finanace minister we all accountat faciing very stress fo audit return so we storngly request please extend the date as 31st Oct 2018 for smooth working and accountants life

  72. Hanumant Kolwalkar says:

    Yes sir it’s very late and pressure is mounting day by day,so please without any further delay kindly extend the ITR and Tax audit due date.

  73. Chinmay Mistry says:

    We should really need to go on strikes. ICAI should ask the members to co-operate in strike and take the action at the earliest. It is not the country of Democracy it is the country of Tanasahi by BJP Govt. They are in over confidence due to seats they are winning in elecrions But let me remind you jatly sir that nothing is Permanant !! If you will not think about the tax payers who are running your 77% if economy. None us going to think about you in future.

  74. Chaitanya Dalal says:

    Dear All,
    I wonder what is the rationale with the govt. and bureaucratic thinking of not extending the due date for filing returns. If the Govt. agrees to CAs as partners in nation building, I want to request them to allow us to help us build the nation in a proper way. In trying to meet deadlines artificially made, the accountants are prone to make mistakes. Instead give sufficient time and opportunity to make proper accounts and give fair audit reports. The Govt. is concerned with taxes. They will get proper taxes if laws are humane. Aren’t the laws made to facilitate citizens, who also pay taxes. The inconvenience to tax paying citizens is not material for the bureaucrats.
    You talk about votes or vote banks all politicians will listen.
    Generally we professionals never talk about going on strikes more out of self interest than to press issues. But this time the issues are so strong that everyone is suggesting and supporting strikes.
    Typically the Govt. in the past has given charitable extension on the last day, last minute so show that they have obliged the noisemakers. The thinking is that if we issue the notification early, the Assessee and CAs will delay the returns which are ready to be filed. Time has come to be united and lobby like the lawyers who get all things their way. CAs have maintained the dignity and hard work.
    A timely notification of extension can motivate them to work harder and provide incentive to file more returns.

  75. Naresh Chander says:

    We also request to the honorable department to extend the date as soon as possible. So that we may able to complete the Audit
    Thanks & Regards
    Naresh Chander

  76. CA NARENDRA SEKSARIA says:

    GOOD REPRESENTATION-BUT WILL BE EXTENDED IN LAST 2/3DAYS-IT WILL BE FOR 5 DAYS ONLY -SO NOT WHOLEHEARTED
    BUT WE ARE ALSO AT FAULT 5MONTHS GONE WHY CRYING ALWAYS-
    SUGGESTION-GOVT SHOULD GIVE INCENTIVE FOR FILING RETURNS BEFORE DUE DATE

  77. Sugumar.A. says:

    I would suggest Chairman,DTC and/or President, ICAI shall meet the Chairman,CBDT and FM as follow up to hasten the extension notification if deemed appropriate.

  78. Divya says:

    It’s really annoying to get no notification by CBDT even today after 3rd request made by ICAI. Due date should be extended and notification should come ASAP

  79. C.A. Govind Prasad Garg says:

    Govt. Would not hear for extention of due date of ITR and Tax Audit Report. Further all problems which are existing today would remain in future years.Every year we beg to Govt. for extention of due date.Penalty of Late filing of return and Audit Report should be calculated in days not in lumsum.

  80. C.A. Govind Prasad Garg says:

    Govt. Would not hear for extention of due date of ITR and Tax Audit Report. Only solution to file Petition in High Courts of all States

  81. VINOD KUMAR GUPTA says:

    Sir, can we go on strike , not at all. Sir we are the sole responsible for delay in work because client never come in time to our office. Sir we should cultivate a habit of client to always come before sufficient time

  82. C.A. Govind Prasad Garg says:

    Govt. Would not hear for extention of Due Date of ITR and Tax Audit Report. only solution to file petition in high Courts in all States for extention

  83. K.chandrasekaran.CA says:

    The institute can work with the secretariat and fellow members in the ministry to get the extension in time by now .I believe that the government will always do the needful if we follow up seriously

  84. RAJESH KUMAR says:

    मेरा बार एसोसिएशन से विनम्र निवेदन, अब किसी रिक्वेस्ट की ज़रूरत नही , अब हमारे पास एक ही रास्ता बचा है न्यायालय । अब हमें इन तानाशाहों से अपना हक न्यायालय द्वारा ही लेना होगा । जैसा पिछले 4 सालों में देखा गया है । जिसमें गुजरात के बार एसोसिएशन सबसे अग्रणी रहे और पूरे देशवाईयो को उनका अधिकार दिलाया । 2015 में पंजाब के गर्ग जी का भी भारी योगदान रहा जिसमें पंजाब हरियाणा उच्च न्यायालय ने CBDT को दिशा निर्देश दिया है लेकिन CBDT न्यायालय के उस निर्देश की भी अवेहलना कर रहा है । ये जेटली और उसके मंत्रालय की तानाशाही है जिसका उद्देश्य आजकल late fees औऱ पेनाल्टी से राजस्व इकठ्ठा करना हो गया है

  85. ashwin sanghvi says:

    with just 10 days to go, and matter still not clear, icai should go for some other road instead of going to cbdt if announcement is not made today.

  86. Ramesh sharma says:

    Y jetli ji chahte h kuch c a v accountant v advocate kam k preshure m atamhatyae kte ya kuch bimari se grast ho jay phir akhri tarikh ko extension de de jetle ji afasar shahi lagoo krna chahte h taki log galat ret jaldi jaldi m bhre v income tax ko jurmana de gstr 1 ki date 31 oct h milan na ho pay v bartachar bde inka is bartachar m kitna commission hoga maloom karna h

  87. Sandeep Singhal says:

    Dear Association Member,
    This is humble request to yourself please don’t write any letter to FM. Now its time to go in COURT as soon as possible for Date Extension. Thanks

  88. Shekhar Date says:

    Its very unfortunate
    its time to reconcile ourselves and take the clients in to confidence and try and get the things done in a way we should be proud of. Extension is one part understanding the matter and getting it implemented is another. We have to hope for the best.

  89. krishna chandra agarwal says:

    SIR, JUST TWO DAYS BACK THE FORM 9C OF GST HAS BEEN NOTIFIED BY THE GOVT, WHICH HAS DIRECT EFFECT ON TAX AUDIT. THE DATE OF FILING OF GSTR 1, HAS BEEN UPTO OCT31ST. HOW, THE NON FILING OF GSTR 1, SHALL BE COMMENTED IN TAX REPORT. KINDLY RECONSIDER, AND EXTEND THE DATE

  90. GRA says:

    ICAI should not beg these useless Bureaucrats and worn out politicians who always enjoy the fruits of our hard work in collecting tax and in-turn pee in our face ! It is high time to approach Hon’ble SC on behalf of crores of business community and professional Fraternity !

  91. Kaushik says:

    ‪ Why don’t we go on strike like other professionals (like doctors & lawyers) to press for our demands ? Stop filing TAR and IT Returns. Let’s show this Government our strength and unity by non filing. Why ICAI should make representations three times?‬ Why should we go with a begging bowl for extension every time for no fault of ours? Why should we responsible every Time?

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