Extension of Certain Due Dates by CBDT on 20th May, 2021 vide Circular No.9/2021

In the light of adverse circumstances arising due to the severe 2nd wave of Covid-19 pandemic and also in view of the several requests received from taxpayers, tax consultants & other stakeholders from across the country, requesting that various compliance dates may be relaxed, the Government has extended certain timelines vide Circular No. 9/2021 as mentioned hereunder:

 

S. No. Nature of Compliance Original Due Date Extended Due Date
1. Statement of Financial Transactions (SFT) for the FY 2020-21 31st May 2021 30th June 2021

 

2. Statement of Reportable Account for calendar year 2020 31st May 2021 30th June 2021
3. TDS return for Q4 of FY 2020-21 31st May 2021 30th June 2021
4. Issuance of Form 16 TDS certificates 15th June 2021 15th July 2021
5. TDS/TCS Book Adjustment Statement in Form 24G for May 2021 15th June 2021 30th June 2021
6. Statement of TDS in case of superannuation fund for FY 2020-21 31st May 2021 30th June 2021
7. Statement of income paid or credited in case of investment fund (Form No. 64D) for AY 2021-22 15th June 2021 30th June 2021
8. Statement of income paid or credited in case of investment fund (Form No. 64C) for AY 2021-22 30th June 2021 15th July 2021
9. Income Tax Return for AY 2021-22 (non – audit cases) 31st July 2021 30th Sep 2021
10. Income Tax Return for AY 2021-22 (audit cases) 31st Oct 2021 30th Nov 2021
11. Income Tax Return for AY 2021-22 (Cases in which TP report u/s 92E is required to be furnished) 30th Nov 2021 31st Dec 2021
12. Tax Audit Report for AY 2021-22 30th Sep 2021 31st Oct 2021
13. Transfer Pricing report u/s 92E 31st Oct 2021 30th Nov 2021
14. Belated return u/s 139(4) / Revised Return u/s 139(5) for AY 2021-22 31st Des 2021 31st Jan 2022

 

Clarification 1: Extension of due date for ITR will not affect the Explanation 1 section 234A (interest for default in furnishing ITR) if amount of tax exceeds 1 lakh

Clarification 2: For the purpose of clarification 1, in case of resident individual referred to in section 207(2) i.e., senior citizen not having income under PGBP, tax paid by him u/s 140A within the due date (without extension under this Circular) of Act shall be deemed to be the advance tax.

(For detailed understanding, please refer CBDT Circular 9/2021 dated 20th May 2021) 

https://www.incometaxindia.gov.in/communications/circular/circular_9_2021.pdf

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