Here we have compiled Status of Writ Filed in Various High Court for Extension of Tax Audit Due Date. As per our knowledge 12 writ petition been filed with various High Courts out of which Six Writ petition been already disposed off, Five are pending and status of one is not known to us.

1. Tax Bar Association And Anr. Vs. Union of India And Anr. (Gauhati High Court)

31.10.2018-

The matter relating to tax audit extension was moved before the Hon’ble Gauhati High Court today.  It was argued on behalf of the tax Bar Association by advocates D Saikia and Ms.  M L Gope that the frequent changes in the utility and schema and various amendments made in Form 3CD after 01.04.2018 have made it practically difficult for the accountants to file the tax audit report within 31.10.2018. Further there are penalty and even prosecution in respect of a CA for filing false TAR( tax audit report). Further interest provisions have also not been waived for the extended period.  It was argued on behalf of the CBDT that the TAR can still be filed by payment of penalty  and there is no absolute bar.

The counsel on behalf of the tax bar association have also asked the court to waive off all penalties, interest and prosecution for late filing of TAR beyond 31.10.2018, as well as considering extension.

The Hon’ble Court after hearing both sides have been pleased to issue notice in the case and asked the respondents including CBDT to file its reply in the matter.

The matter shall now be taken up for hearing after the filing of reply by the respondents.

29.10.2018- Further submission were made and Case is fixed for further hearing to 31.10.2018.

26.10.2018-  New Writ Petition filed against the CBDT order rejecting request for further extension of Tax Audit Due Date. The case listed for Monday, 29th October, 2018.

Status- Pending

2. Plywood and Allied Products Dealers Association Of India Vs. UOI & Ors (Kerala High Court)

09.10.2018- Appellant prayed for a general Order of extension of the “due dates” for filing the Tax Audit Report (TAR) and the Income  Tax Return (ITR) for the assessment year 2018-2019, In view of large scale of devastation and the natural calamity, in August 2018 in the Kerala State as such relief was also granted in the face of natural calamity in the State of Uttarakhand, where the time was extended by three months, for filing the Returns.

High Court Post the matter for further hearing to 17.10.2018.

Status- Pending

3. Lucknow CA Tax Practitioners Association VS. UOI (Allahabad High Court)

10/10/2018– Appellant argued that Once the date of filing of Income Tax Return has been extended, there is no justification for not extending the date and charging of penal interest for filing Income Tax Return within time. On the request of respondent Hon;ble High Court has granted four weeks’ time to file counter affidavit.

Status- Pending

4. Association Of Tax Practitioners & Hindu Economic Forum Vs. UOI (Kerala High Court)

In this case it was argued that once an assessee is allowed to submit returns upto 15.10.2018, the department cannot demand interest under section 234A for the extended period. Hon’ble high court posted  these writ petitions  for further consideration on 11.10.2018.

11.10.2018- The matter has been posted for further hearing to 30th October 2018.

Status- Pending

5. Northern India CA Federation Vs. CBDT (Delhi High Court)

Case came for hearing for the first time on 25.09.2018 and Hon’ble Delhi High Court has listed it for 26th November 2018.

In view of the order of the CBDT, the appeal was not accepted on the issue of extension of Tax Audit Due Date buton the issue of interest u/s 234A notice has been issued to CBDT.

Hon’ble Delhi High Court has listed it for hearing on 26.11.2018.

Read Content of Writ Filed by Northern India CA Federation –NICAF files writ in Delhi HC against non extension of Tax Audit / ITR due date

Status– Pending

6. Tax Bar Association And Anr. Vs. Union of India And Anr. (Gauhati High Court)

Hon’ble Gauhati High Court has instructed CBDT to Consider Representation filed by Tax Bar Association on or before 25.10.2018 by which they requested to extend the Tax Audit Due Date to 31.12.2018.

25.10.2018-  Tax Audit Due Date: CBDT rejects request for Further extension

26.10.2018-  New Writ Petition filed against the CBDT order denying further extension. The case listed for Monday, 29th October, 2018

Status- Disposed Off

7. All Gujarat federation of tax Consultants Vs UOI (Gujarat High Court)

11.10.2018–  It is an agreed position that subsequent to filing of these petitions, CBDT has granted extension for filing returns and accompanying documents. In that view of the matter, learned counsel for the petitioners does not press these petitions. Disposed of as not pressed.

04.10.2018– Petitioner submitted copy of Judgment of Rajasthan High Court in the case of Rajasthan Tax Consultants Association Vs UOI . High Court adjourned the matter to 11th October 2018 for further hearing.

26.09.2018– High Court has directed CBDT to respond on plea made by petitioner to direct CBDT to extend the due date for filing income tax returns with tax audit reports from 30.09.2018 to 30.11.2018.

StatusDisposed Off

8. Foundation of Tax and Accounting Professionals  Vs. CBDT (Delhi High Court); W.P.(C)  10459/2018

Delhi HC has favoured the argument that signing of balance sheets without taking cognizance of final GST-2A would be like false certification on part of both assessee as well as auditor. Notices has been issued to CBDT to file reply. First Hearing taken place on 01st October 2018 and case was fixed for Next hearing on 9th October 2018. 

09.10.2018 Appellant has withdrawn the writ in view of Further extension of Tax Audit Due Date by CBDT to 31.10.2018.

StatusDisposed Off


9. Rajasthan Tax Consultants Association Vs UOI (Rajasthan High Court)

01.10.2018- Rajasthan High Court directed CBDT to consider the representation of the petitioner-Association and take a decision on both the aspects i.e. extension of date by another 15 days and extension of due for the purpose of Explanation 1 to Section 234A of the Act for waiver of interest and decide the same by passing speaking order preferably before 10.10.2018. With this observation and direction writ petition is disposed of on 01.10.2018.

StatusDisposed Off

10. S.K. Sunilkumar & All Kerala Chartered Accountants Association Vs CBDT & UOI (Kerala High Court)

Hon’ble high Court held that To meet the ends of justice, CBDT will consider the petitioner’s representation and take appropriate decision, at any rate, on or before the extended period (15th October 2018) ends.

StatusDisposed Off

11. Vishal Garg and others Vs UOI (Punjab and Haryana High Court)

HC held that as the last date for filing of the return under Section 139(1) of the Act has already been extended from 30th September, 2018 to 15th October, 2018 so present writ petition has become infructuous and may be disposed of as such.

Status Disposed Off

12. Lko CA Tax Practioners Association Vs UOI (Allahabad High Court)

As due date has already been extended by  CBDT order till 15th October, 2018, so the matter has become infructuous as it has lost its efficacy. Accordingly, the writ petition is dismissed as infructuous.

Status Disposed Off

In addition to above there may be few more writs filed with Various high Courts, of which we do not have proper information or no information at all. Those who have such information may mail the same with details on info@taxguru.in.

(Article is Republished with Amendments on 04.10.2018)

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184 Comments

  1. Shivam Arora says:

    I have 2 Questions
    1) Any likely extension of Audit Date ! i guess No is the Answer

    2) Any likely Waiver or Reduction in 1.50 Lakhs Penalty Charges ???? – Please reply

  2. Reshmi KP says:

    What is the latest update ?
    The worrisome part is tar penalty of 1/2% of turnover or 1.5 lakh which ever is lesser. That should be taken off.

  3. KAILASH CHANDER says:

    hearing was fixed today I.e 31.10.2018 , court has granted 10 days to CBDT for giving their reply regarding the matter .
    – Gopal Singhaniya , President , Tax Bar Asso. Guwahati

  4. GULAB ROHIT says:

    REQUESTED TO OUR HON’BLE JUDGE AND CBDT PLS EXTEND DUE DATE OF TAR FOR 30.11.2018 PLS GIVE US 30 DAYS MORE SO WE CAN DO GST WORKS,TAX AUDITS AND SCRUTINY HEARING AND 4 DAYS DEEWALI WITH OUR FAMILY

  5. Abhishek Pattankar says:

    Please do extend the due date!!! Due to GST implementing we have lot of things to verify!!! Required more time!!! I request to at least extend for 10days

  6. Mohammed Gous Pasha says:

    Respected Sir.

    Please extend tax audit due date for AY 2018-19 up to 15-11-2018…we are facing too much work load….Sir please.

  7. SASTRY says:

    Kindly extend the due up to 30 Nov 2018 as the already extended due date is not sufficient to complete the work and facing acute problems. Kindly understand our pain and give us some relief.

  8. Sajeeth says:

    Our Finance minister very very humble request you to pls pls extend Gst and income tax for one month. This is because we are facing lot of difficulty as Gst and income tax to do in similar time. So pls

  9. RAMAMURTHY SHANMUGAM says:

    What would happen if the ITR not filed on 31.10.2018 in the case of a Trust. ?
    OR
    if the ITR filed after 31.10.2018 what are the issues to be faced by the Trust?

    1. GULAB ROHIT says:

      saam to ho gayee kab good news ayega mere to 8 audit pending he, me to scrutiny hearing me busy hu, gst k kaam me thoda to dekho sirf 30-11-2018 tak hi badhao

  10. DEEPAK says:

    Date extend honi chaiye.
    If not
    than ab ki bar no election in 2019.
    If all ca,advocate and businessman are like this. that we are not include in election 2019.

  11. Sanjeev Gupta says:

    The Due Date should be extended surely to ensure correct ITR’s and TAR’s are filed irrespective of time allowed for Revision of the same. The CBDT;s plea that shorter time for revision will be left is not digestable. Lot of compliances during this month and festive season also. Extension till 30.11.18 must.

    Still working in office…..It is 4:00 AM

      1. M Navaneeth Kumar says:

        It is possible to extention of the audit due date 30.11.2018 Please Reply Sir, 8790921874 How Much Time Get to Hear to good news that Audit Extention Also give Your Mobile Number Sir For Any Doubts in GST and IT and I Will Pay For Fee That Doubts

  12. CA Bijoy says:

    Most of the professionals are inexplicably burned out to meet the due date. Why government is so inhumane. Shri Arun Jaitly is just imitating his predecessor Mr P Chidambaram, in inhumane acts against the business community and professional community….

  13. Azhar says:

    This is humble request to cbtd how high courts considered human values and favour the professional community and all tax paying people like this please consider us and extend the date till 30.11.2018.

  14. RAJEEV KATARIA says:

    I am also agree above 16 senior persons suggestion please extend due date of tax audit upto 30.11.2018 for all CA, ADVOCATE AND ACCOUNTANTS

  15. Sanjay Bawaskar says:

    We will vote for congress enmass in 2019 and show the gates to BJP . Business men are already frustrated which will aggravate and alienate BJP supporters. BJP is attacking its own support base and digging its own grave for 2019. BJP is living in its own wonderland. By extending the date to 31.1.2019 it may win back some of its support base . Else the writing is in the wall.

  16. Hardeep says:

    Sir,

    Please CBDT Extend due date up to 30.11.2018. Lot of work pressure. Still we are working now on 2.50 AM. Please think about us we are human.

  17. subramanian says:

    The Dept. is charging interest u/s 234A for delay in filing. The govt. stands to loose nothing if the due date is extended up to 30/11/2018. The Govt. should be more people friendly and consider the request of various associations favorably.

  18. Ch Tripati Patra says:

    The due date of tax audit should be extended to 31.11.2018 due to devastation & natural calamities in various parts of the country and the over burden of GST works.

  19. Hardeep says:

    Please extend due date up to 30.11.2018. many reason extend due date up to 30.11.2018. Please tell me if date extend any loss to anybody (CBDT and Government and others). By give tension for all professional. If u give extension up to 30.11.2018, u see better result for Good work. India need to quality work . So Please extend due date up to 30.11.2018 nobody loss.

  20. VENUS CHALISSERY says:

    Plywood and Allied Products Dealers Association Of India Vs. UOI & Ors (Kerala High Court) – High Court Post the matter for further hearing to 29.10.2018.

  21. Sunil m fattepuria says:

    Assciation challange the order before high court . Gst1 Tds return scrutney assessment and in the year day to day work burden and changes sits of gst not clear provision slow server pl extend date till 30/11/2018. election in2019 so req to modiji n amit shah

  22. girish says:

    sir this utter madness of the bureaucrats ,they have madelife hell. no holidays ,continuous work , now staff is also getting irritated and ill8
    please extend the date atleast upto 30/11/18

    tds returns gst returns same date .

    just do something

  23. GULAB ROHIT says:

    Request to Finance Minister and Finance Secretary We humble request to your honour pls further extend due date of Tax Audit Report filling till 30-11-2018 due to some valid reasons such as ;
    1. GSTR 3 B and GSTR 1 and Annual Returns
    2.Scrutiny cases handle and attend before Tax Authority for appearing in hearing this case also have to complete before 31-12-2018
    3.Deewali is comming very soon numbers of clients and traders and businessmen are busy in their business so they are unable to attend and provide records and books etc.
    4.sir we are also a human we have also family if we have to do only office works till late night even sunday then our life is like a machine.
    So we pray to our government kindly extend due date till 30.11.2018

    1. Mohsin Alam says:

      Donot pray, they are not GOD,we choose them so they must consider our request.if not so then press Ctrl+shif+del button and delete them from the system such that no software can recover them again.

  24. Hardeep says:

    Sir,

    Please extend due date up to 30.11.2018. Still now we are working in office time now 01:04 pm so request you pls extend up to 30.11.2018 lot of work pressure.

  25. raju says:

    Sir, Please extended the due date from 31/10/2018 to 30/11/2018 because we are very highly facing difficulties with GST returns like GSTR 3b with matching GSTR1 in this 44 AB return time so please extend due date to 30.11.2018

  26. Lokesh Kumar Agarwal says:

    Please #ExtendTaxAuditDate to 30.11.2018.This is 1st year of GST. Time is required 4 proper Auditing with GST. Requesting all CAs,Tax Professionals 2 Tweet & Reweet it @IncomeTaxIndia @FinMinIndia @narendramodi @arunjaitley @theicai @cbdt #TaxAuditExtension #ExtendAuditDueDate

  27. krishna sahoo says:

    Sir, I have a problem. My C A finds difficult to upload the XML 3 CB 3 CD audit report under under DSC. But the said XML fails upload with portal showing ” suspicious activity” on IP.
    Help me to resolve the issue
    krishna

  28. B S Narahari says:

    Sir Please extend the due date till 31-12-2018 as without reconciliation of GSTR 2A and ITC verification,

    Please re-consider our request.

  29. S HARIKRISHNA says:

    before audit how can we reconcile GSTR2A and also annual return is there please extend due date for audit up to 31-12-2018 this is my humble request sir

  30. Hardeep says:

    Sir,

    Please extend due date up to 30.11.2018. its humble request lot of work pressure. We working day night but time is very short for work complete. if you give us some more time till 30.11.2018. its big gift for us on Diwali.

  31. RK says:

    HI ALL HUM EVERY YEAR KYUN BHIKH MANGTTE HAI YEH CBDT SE DATE EXTENSION KE LIYE ?
    ALREADY HIGH COURT / SUPREME COURT GIVEN FAVOUR JUDGEMENT WHENEVER
    PETITION FILED
    YEH TAX TERRORISM NAHI HAI KYA ? ?SURGICAL STRIKE SIRF BORDER PE HI NAHI HOTTA..
    YAHAN BHI HUM KAR SAKTTE HAI..
    WE SHOWING UNITY NOT FOR CURRENT YEAR i.e.15-10-18 /31-10-18 , BUT FOR EVERY FUTURE YEAR ..

  32. RK says:

    HI ALL..
    HUM EVERY YEAR KYUN BHIKH MANGTTE HAI YEH CBDT SE DATE EXTENSION KE LIYE ?
    ALREADY HIGH COURT / SUPREME COURT GIVEN FAVOUR JUDGEMENT WHENEVER
    PETITION FILED..
    YEH TAX TERRORISM NAHI HAI KYA ? SURGICAL STRIKE SIRF BORDER PE HI NAHI HOTTA..
    YAHAN BHI HUM KAR SAKTTE HAI..
    WE SHOWING UNITY NOT FOR CURRENT YEAR i.e.15-10-18 /31-10-18 , BUT FOR EVERY FUTURE YEAR ..

  33. jitendradfulia says:

    INSTITUTE & OTHER PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION SHOULD FURTHER REQUEST CBDT & FIN MINISTRY FOR FURTHER EXTENSION AFTER GUWAHATI COURT ORDER

  34. jfulia says:

    REQUEST INSTITUTE & OTHER PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR REQUEST TO CBDT & FINANCE MINISTRY FOR FURTHER EXTENSION UPTO 30-11-18 AFTER GUWAHATI COURT ORDER.

  35. Abbi says:

    Sir we thought 31.10.2018 is enough for tax audit suddenly 17 October started Gst work started now it is on 25 10 only 6 days left for income tax again tension please humble request to extend the date. Gujrath and Gwauhati already instructed for extension please extend the date

  36. SP says:

    Apart from all the above genuine justifications, let the professionals and the taxpayers take some breathing during this festivals and make life easier. Kindly consider the extension till 30-Nov-2018 and oblige.

  37. Hardeep says:

    Respected Sir

    please Extend Due Date 31.10.2018 tax audit cases due up to 30.11.2018 is reasonable due to this month so many due dates in october like tds, tcs, gstr 4, gstr 3b and gstr 1 also all works due date are finished below in 31.10.2018 so please consider the above once

  38. v shanmukha rao - tax consultant says:

    sir please provide 44 ab tax audit cases due up to 30.11.2018 is reasonable due to this month so many due dates in october like tds, tcs, gstr 4, gstr 3b and gstr 1 also all works due date are finished below in 31.10.2018 so please consider the above once

  39. C M SAMY says:

    The extension of 15 days would meet only server related issues, surge in filing, etc., But due to reconcilation of GST returns (For the first time) and as it involved more complecations as understood by the authorities, the date for reconcilation has been declared now due by 31.3.2018 and the GST Counsil might extend this date further. So extension till atleast 30.11.2018 is reasonable.

  40. Azhar says:

    Thank you very much thank you very much tax guru got your Timely follow up and updation. We are very grateful for cbtd for extension thanks a lot God bless you

  41. NAGARAJAN says:

    Sir,
    Without reconciling GST returns with books it will not be possible for filing the IT return. When due date for filing of annual returns for GST is 31st October then naturally the IT return due date should be 15th of November atleast.
    Moreover in village and remote areas the small traders are finding it difficult to give computerised data due to non availability of skilled manpower.
    So extension is needed for success of GST.

  42. SASTRY says:

    Sir due to implementation of GST the volume of work is more and not possible to complete the tax audit reports. Moreover 31 Aug IT filing reports have also affected to high volume. Previously such returns were filed after tax audit reports and were having time to prepare for audit report from April to Sep. So Extension of due date for at least another 15 days will serve our purpose. Kindly consider our request. Regards

  43. abbi says:

    sir now server is not working what to do sir since from morning we prepared some reports now server problem started who is responsible sir. Like this will happen from tomorrow onwards. Staff worked today tomorrom for festival they are taking leave.
    Please extend the date for 15 days more thanking you

  44. shahul says:

    sir today sunday till this time working for one file so many confirmation is due it from kerela state and 2 days 2nd october and tomorrow mahalaya amavasa is there clients is not taking seriously but we people telling to come and file we too have families and childeren if you extend nothing will loose by you suppose one c a if fell ill how much loss to family and clients and to the government. we are working since from june. please extend for another 15 days please sir. Please Gujrath given us some relief you too also we will be very much thanks you sir. Please

  45. sharad kumar says:

    sir date for tax audit should be 1st april every year because accounts to 31.march ko close ho jate hai to 24 ours more than sufficient honge: jetli ji jaise c a aur accountant ke liye:

  46. CA Hitesh says:

    Hope court will not do us ” JAITLEYED”. tHE MEANING OF THE WORD ” JAITLEYED” IS WHEN SOMEONE ASK FOR RELIEF, HE IS RETURNED WITH MORE PAIN.

  47. CA Hitesh says:

    Hope Courts would not do us “JAITLEYED”. The meaning of ” JAITLEYED” is when you ask someone for relief, you are sent back with additional pain.

  48. Shahul says:

    Sir we need some time for children sir now exams started. If we get some atleast 15 days we can spend some time with children for their preparations on behalf of all school children they need parents support request for extension please extend it, nothing you will lose but we gain lot of happiness. Please sir

  49. CA Lalit Munoyat says:

    How & Why We, the CAs , Advocates and Tax practitioners are concerned with the Due Date?

    We the CAs, Advocates and Tax practitioners are harboring a misconception that we are responsible for the filing compliance because we may be asked to bear the penalty of Rs. 1.5L. Some relevant points in this connection are :

    1) We are the least affected persons. The persons most affected are the assessees.

    2) We can try out best to meet the due date but in case the government does not support us by timely release of the utilities, we can’t be held responsible for non compliance.

    3) Of late, the Courts are also reluctant to entertain any such petition filed by CA, Advocates and Tax practitioners Association on the ground of locus standi, i.e. How are we affected by the due date?

    4) The affected parties are the assessees themselves. It is very interesting to note that none of the assessees or their Trade Associations have bothered to move the courts for extension of the date when they are the most affected persons.

    5) In terms of the recent order of the Gujarat High Court (30-08-18) on Sec 47 of the GST Act (Late Fees) it held that there are millions of dealers who are adversely affected by this law but what prevents the dealers from taking up the litigation themselves and pursuing it . Why should the court entertain any such petition which is filed by the least affected person i.e. Tax Practitioners.

    6) We must caution all the assessees to submit the formatted data at least 15 days before the due date to meet the compliance requirements.

    7) We should not accept any raw data from the client which require a lot of processing at out end before they can be uploaded. If at all we are required to do so, then the client must pay extra fees for that.

    8) All Roaming & Vibrating Clients (i.e frequent changers of CA and impatient assessee who come last and want the work to be done first) must be avoided at all cost.

    9) Realize that we are working on computers but are not ourselves the computers.

    Work within a pre defined schedule assuming as if every date is a due date.

    10) Lastly, keep it in mind at all times that we have a sweet home to return to in time in the evening and we are also entitled to all the comforts of the world for which we are working so very diligently.

    [22:30, 9/26/2018] Lalit Munoyat: Given the recent experience, it would have been better if the ICAI had asked all the Trade Associations of business communities to ask the businessmen to prepare the required detailed as required for filing the Annual Return under GST well before time to be submitted to the CAs for uploading the same within due date.

    Moreover, The CAs should also write to their clients to submit the information as required in the GST Annual Return at the earliest making it very clear to them that this information is not required by them for their own office but is required by the GST Department. *Difficulty in compiling the details, if any, should be brought to the knowledge of the government by making suitable representations to the government in their capacity as the ultimate stakeholders.*

    If any of the Apex Trade Association had raised the petition for extension of the due date, the FM would have considered the same at the earliest even for 30 days. But it is very sad that for the lethargy of the assessees, we the CAs, Advocates and Tax practitioners are pursuing the same and the FM is treating us as persons of no importance and no locus standi.

    If every CA, Advocate , Tax Practitioner and every other member handling the compliance filing under GST stops not to cooperate and withhold the compliance filing under GST for at least 1 month, the government, as the first stake holder, would realize the effect of shortage of revenue of nearly Rs. 1 Lakh crore and then the government would realize the worth of the so called non-stakeholders i.e. CA, Advocate , Tax Practitioner etc. and then it would have to listen to the genuine requests for extension etc for compliance filing.

    Even I had filed an RTI CBODT/R/2018/51479 on 19th September 2018 asking for the reasons recorded for not extending the due date in terms of para 22 of the order of the Hon’ble Delhi High Court dated 21 September 2015, A.Y. 2015-16

  50. RK says:

    HI ALL..
    HUM EVERY YEAR KYUN BHIKH MANGTTE HAI YEH CBDT SE DATE EXTENSION KE LIYE ?
    ALREADY HIGH COURT / SUPREME COURT GIVEN FAVOUR JUDGEMENT WHENEVER
    PETITION FILED..
    YEH TAX TERRORISM NAHI HAI KYA ? SURGICAL STRIKE SIRF BORDER PE HI NAHI HOTTA..
    YAHAN BHI HUM KAR SAKTTE HAI..
    WE SHOWING UNITY NOT FOR CURRENT YEAR i.e.15-10-18 , BUT FOR EVERY FUTURE YEAR ..

  51. MADHUSUDAN BAJAJ says:

    Getting books audited under section 44AB is as necessary to the assessee it is also necessity of the Income tax department. As chartered accountant we are doing only work for department. Compliance is to be done at the cost of assessee. It is up to department to facilitate the smoothness of the tax compliance so they have to extend due dates etc

  52. NAGARAJU T says:

    Dates Should be as follows
    1. Corrections in GST Returns for 17-18 Should be 20.10.2018
    2. Income Tax Filing Audit cases for 17-18 Should be 15.11.2018
    3. GST Audit Report GSTR 9 for 17-18 Should be 15.12.2018

  53. rm says:

    either date extension upto dec18 for tax audit and gst audit and gst returns be allowed

    or

    remove gst clauses from tax audit report 44AB for filing returns since inter linked clause data accuracy

  54. Gulab Rohit [ITP] says:

    Dear Sir
    Dear sir! While taking the recourses before high court ,the following points have been ignored. 1)The extension of time should be demanded not for up-to 31.1018,but up-to 31.12.18./or 15.12.18.2) The October & Nov. months, more than 15-20 days of the Country persons are engaged in Dashera/Dipawali/Chhath Festivals.Activities are complete halted due to Hindu Important Festival
    S. Keeping in view of same, the dates as proposed above should be Called/prayed for same, to avoid getting frequent e xtensions .Thanks.

  55. VIRENDER KUMAR says:

    Due to both dates gst income tax roc dates in this month so how possible for all these all .ca arrivals exams on November ist week and all are absent in this month for preparation no article staff in any .ca office also this month is festival .month all know govt. So govt think about all mattered and considered some relaxation for interest waived and dates also extended

    VIRENDER KUMAR
    A2z CONSULTANTS
    Delhi

  56. Aftab Alam Khan says:

    CA and Accounting workers are not allowed to engage their festival but only work, work and work in this Sovereignty. A big ‘Alms’ of 15 days have been given. Then how you get courage to demand extra time.

  57. Khan Tanveer says:

    Sir we r unable to complete our work GST n income tax audit as the last date of filling GSTR 1 is also on 31.10.18 kindly extend the date till 30.11.18 so work load will be little bit less to all

  58. Abbi says:

    Sir full rain started and red alert in coaster areas today, nearly,, 3 hours gone In rain power cut problems started so please extend the date sir

  59. Ashwin Sanghvi says:

    the date should be extended further by atleast 15 days. The hours of work which professionals are giving to comply with time will have effect on their health. the must be extended to 31.10.18.

  60. rm says:

    combo course of ca with llb and information technology(data science -AI/ML) IS NEED OF THE HOUR filing of gst and income tax audits returns.
    sample gst best audit reports be published in taxguru

  61. Siddharth Naik says:

    Dates Should be as follows
    1. Corrections in GST Returns for 17-18 Should be 20.10.2018
    2. Income Tax Filing Audit cases for 17-18 Should be 15.11.2018
    3. GST Audit Report GSTR 9 for 17-18 Should be 15.12.2018

  62. Sanjeet Makharia. says:

    Dear sir! While taking the recourses before high court ,the following points have been ignored. 1)The extension of time should be demanded not for up-to 31.1018,but up-to 31.12.18./or 15.12.18.2) The October & Nov. months, more than 15-20 days of the Country persons are engaged in Dashera/Dipawali/Chhath Festivals.Activities are complete halted due to Hindu Important Festival
    S. Keeping in view of same, the dates as proposed above should be Called/prayed for same, to avoid getting frequent e xtensions .Thanks.

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