As per the Income Tax rule, with effect from assessment year 2018-19, if an Assessee fails to furnish return of income within due date
as prescribed under section 139(1) then as per section 234F, he will be required to pay fee of:
That is because the 2017 filing season will involve new due dates
, a result of years of advocacy by the profession.
The new due dates
will apply to returns for tax years beginning after Dec.
That, taken with the info about your last period, allows a far more accurate estimated due date
. For example: If you have an ultrasound before you're 14 weeks along and the fetal size suggests a due date
that's more than seven days different from an estimated due date
based only on your menstrual period, the ultrasound due date
should be the one that is accepted as accurate.
Many manufacturing systems have developed scheduling policies with the objective of producing each customer order at the required time, due to direct and indirect costs incurred by completing jobs before or after their due dates
. For example, inventory carrying costs, such as storage and insurance costs arise when jobs are finished before their due dates
She noted that under provisions of the Credit CARD Act, periodic statements must be mailed at least 21 days before they are due but they need only mention the due date
Ms Jones, 24, added: "I was getting impatient being pregnant with Paige and just wanted to have her, but now I'm glad she also arrived on her due date
An algorithm for determining due dates
made its way through a similar process.
Taxpayers should pay particular attention to these revised due dates
, as well as the potential impact on state filings.
Implement a due date
tracking system for estate tax returns.
Assume the due date
is in cell A3 and you want an alert five days in advance.
In many States, the due date
for filing corporate income or franchise tax returns is the same as the filing date for the federal tax return (e.g., for calendar-year taxpayers, March 15).