Haryana State Tax Bar Association (HSTBA) requests Finance Ministry and CBDT to extend the ITR Due Date falling due on 31st July, 2022 under section 139(1) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 to 31st August, 2022
Haryana State Tax Bar Association (HSTBA)
Hon’ble Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman Ji,
Union Minister of Finance, Government of India
North Block, New Delhi – 110001
Subject: – Representation requesting for Extension of Due date for filing of Income Tax Returns till 31st August 2022
Greetings of the Day
First of all, on behalf of the association we congratulate & thank the Central Board of Direct Taxes for robust and speedy processing of Income Tax Returns for Assessment Year 2022-23 filed on or after 01.04.2022.
Haryana State Tax Bar Association having its registered office at Karnal incorporated in the year 2020 is an association representing Advocates practicing in Direct and Indirect taxes, having membership from whole of Haryana.
Our Association main object is “To uplift the dignity of the Tax Profession to its pinnacle.” We take it as our duty to protect the privileges, rights and prestige of the association, its members, our clients, General public and all stakeholders. We always represent problems faced by Taxpayers and Assesses before the respective tax authorities. We always work to create harmony with Tax authorities and better tax administration through various compliances.
The prime objective of our Association is not only to work for the cause of its professionals but also to educate the public at large. HSTBA regularly organises webinars, seminars, lectures on tax advocacy and legal awareness. We act as a catalyst between Citizens & Government Authorities to increase government revenue.
Through this representation letter, We request your good self to please extend the “Due Date” falling due on 31st July, 2022 under section 139(1) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 to 31st August, 2022, in the light of the following problems and issues:-
To ensure accuracy and to correctly file the income tax returns, the tax professionals have to check AIS of their clients and compare the same with the information provided by the client. Thus, additional efforts are required on the part of tax professionals, which even we, the tax professionals insist upon, to ensure the correct filing of ITR and to avoid any intimation u/s. 143(1) of the Act or scrutiny assessments and further to ensure that the taxpayers duly discharges the correct amount of tax liability and no information should be inadvertently missed.
In an ordinary scenario, delaying compliances is considered to be an ominous sign for a business’ health. But these are exceptional circumstances and hence, we require your co-operation and patient hearing to our concerns. We would be very grateful if your good self would take an early action in this regard and have a positive consideration of our requests. This will be very useful for the taxation fraternity and also for the trade and industry.
In the light of all these facts, We again request your goodself to take necessary action in the interest of general public and extend the “Due Date” falling due on 31st July, 2022 under section 139(1) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 by at least one month upto 31 August 2022.
We assure all our support and co-operation in guiding the taxpayers in fulfilling their compliance obligations required by law and being the connecting link between the taxpayers and the Government.
For & on behalf of
|Haryana State Tax Bar Association (HSTBA)|
M: 94160 32983
M: 98130 76105
Representation on Income Tax Return due Date Extension
|S. No.||Representation by||Link|
|1||Income Tax Practitioners Association||Extension of Due date for filing of Income Tax Returns to 31 August 2022|
|2||Gujarat Chamber Of Commerce And Industry||Extend due dates of Income tax returns from 31.07.2022 to 31.08.2022|
|3||Direct Taxes Professionals’ Association||Request for extension of due date for filing ITR for AY 2022-23|
|4||The Punjab Accountants Association||Request to Extend Income Tax Return due date for Non-Audit & Salaried|
|5||Maharashtra Tax Practitioners’ Association||Extend due date of filing Income tax Return for Non Audit Taxpayers|
|6||All Orissa Tax Bar Association||Extend date for filing Income Tax Returns (non-audited) till 31st October 2022|
|7.||All India Federation of Tax Practitioners (AIFTP)||AIFTP represents Finance Ministry & CBDT for extension of ITR due date|
|8.||HOWRAH TAX BAR ASSOCIATION’||Request to extend due date for filing of ITR for Non-Audit Assessee|
|9.||Gujarat Federation of Tax Consultants (AGFTC) and Income Tax Bar Association||Representation to Extend ITR Due Date of Non Audit Case for AY 2022-23|
|10.||BJP Professional cell, Mumbai||Request to Extend Due date of Income Tax Returns and Tax Audit|
|11.||Central Gujarat Chamber of Tax Consultants (CGCTC)||Request to extend Due Date for Filing Income Tax Returns (For Non-Audit Cases)|
|12.||ICAI||ICAI not in favor of making Representation for ITR Due Date Extension|
|13.||Sikar Tax Bar Association, Sikar||Representation to extend due date of filing ITR to 31st August, 2022|
|14.||Haryana State Tax Bar Association (HSTBA)||Requests for extension of Income Tax Return (ITR) due date|
|15.||GST Practitioners’ Association, Punjab||Request to Extend Due date for filing of ITR to 31st August 2022|
|16.||Taxation Bar Association||Request to extend due date for filing Non Audit ITR to 31.08.2022|