CA Sandeep Kanoi

CA Sandeep KanoiAfter protest from all over India partial extension by CBDT, Dr. Hasmukh Adhia who took over as Revenue Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Government of India on 01.09.2015 has tweeted on his twitter handle that Because of so many legal verdicts by different courts, we have extended time of filing of audited tax returns upto 31st Oct for whole country. Although we have not found any such official notification on Income Tax Website of Government of India Website but we may expect the same soon today. Snap Shot of his tweet is as follows :-

TwitterPlease wait for official Notification before relying on the above tweet.

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  1. S Srinivasan says:

    I think in this type of situations Commissioner of CBDT should act immediately, so that professionals, assessees and who are all involved in book keeping and returns to file, will save time, money and kind ( stationery items etc.,).

  2. CA S K Tibrewal says:

    Extension of date by CBDT on 1st Oct. is only a skin saving device. It is like giving medicine after death. It is a reward to the defaulters and a slap to the law abiding citizens. CBDT fails to understand that we are their facilitators and they have indifferent attitude towards our genuine problems (which has been caused by multiple changes in other laws having impact on audit). This somewhere shows that the either the Govt. doesn’t have any vision or it is ruled by the bureaucrats.

  3. Vijay Haria says:

    CBDT is working as magician now. Let men die first then they will revive. Is this right approach? Due date extended after it expired. Cbdt do not understand the mental pressure under which C A are working.

  4. nabanit ghosal says:

    thanks to the Legal and CA fraternity for their valuable time, meritorious representation and force CBDT to extend which they were liable but acted like stubborn last they succumbed and dis extend …did not they act like “a bunch of jokers”

  5. Devaraj says:

    Thank you very much Sandeep Kanoiji to spent your valuable time ………….in this matter, as well Tax Guru for excellent and speedy update.

  6. Vyankatesh Mandke says:

    Dear Mr. Kanoi, CA

    I thank you a lot for you continuous update on the issue and your time spent. Your updates regarding this legal battle and your comments were of immense importance to the every reader of Tax Guru. Once again thanks a lot to you!

    Vyankatesh Mandke

  7. srinivasan says:

    Finally CBDT issued Press Release for extension of due date to 31st October 2015 to the taxpayers who are required to file their returns by 30th Sep 2015.

    Mr. Sandeep Kanoi

    Good effort in updating writ status.
    Keep it up

  8. Narayana swami FCA says:

    These Bureaucrats doesn’t understand the contribution of CAs in various tax collections. These people draw hefty salary and ( B……be) in all kinds of cases they generate . CA is not a profession to be at the mercy of these kinds of bureaucracy . Similarly we should of bend backwards to our clients too. It is their duty to prepare proper books of accounts and present them for audit with sufficient time. The Trade bodies should represent for extension etc.

  9. Lokesh Kumar says:

    Thank you CA Sandeep ji for your effort in updating everyone.. Hats off to you.
    You are one of reason for Motivating Others.
    God bless you and You keep motivating others

  10. Vishwas says:

    Can everyone please tweet Mr. Modi and Mr. Jaitley for their adament behaviour with respect to extention of due date for filling Income Tax Returns. Its not good to be a mockery with professionals, assessee and courts. There is no use of extending date today.

    Is this make in india concept? Whether this is called “acche din”? Is this called friendly environment for fii’s and foreign investors to invest in india? Etc. etc…. If the Government can not firm on its decision then they are not fit for it. Why they are not firm with respect to filing appeal before Apex court. If they have planned to take decision today then why all “nautanki’s”. The sovereign can not behave like this. They must be firm on their decision.

  11. R.B.SHRIVASTAVA says:

    Government of India
    Ministry of Finance
    Department of Revenue
    Central Board of Direct Taxes
    New Delhi, 1st October, 2015
    Subject: Extension of date for filing of Income tax returns and tax audit reports to
    31st October 2015 – regarding
    The issue of extension of last date for e-filing returns of income and audit reports u/s
    44AB due by 30th September, 2015 has been the subject matter of litigation in various High
    Courts across the country. While some High Courts have ruled in favour of the extension of
    due date, some others have ruled otherwise. In order to avoid discrimination between
    taxpayers residing in different jurisdictions and to be fair to all, and also in view of paucity of
    time to approach the Hon’ble Supreme Court by way of Special Leave Petition, the
    Government has decided that across the country, all the returns of income and audit reports
    u/s 44AB which were due for e-filing by 30th September, 2015, may now be filed by
    31st October, 2015.
    Necessary order u/s 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 has been issued by CBDT in this
    (Shefali Shah)
    Pr. Commissioner of Income Tax (OSD)
    Official Spokesperson, CBDT

  12. ANANYA says:

    Taxguru site served a lot to the tax-payers in respect of recent controversy about extension of time and was, in my opinion, the most viewed site in this respect. This site well caters to the need of its viewers in general.

  13. girish says:

    Why not we all CAs start tweeting him and apprising him of the irreparable harm his officers have done to the relationship between CBDT hitlers and the professionals!!!

    there are still six months left in this year. let them achieve their targets without us!!!

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