- Everyone is required to file income tax return by 31st December
- It is believed that it can be extended again
- About 1.5 crore people have not filed ITR till 26 December
- People are giving all kinds of reactions to this on Twitter too.
- Some people on Twitter are demanding to extend the last date very seriously, but there are many people who are taking a jibe.
ITR Filing Last Date: As the last date for filing ITR i.e. 31st December is approaching, there is a demand from people to extend it. People on Twitter are also demanding this. There was even a time when Extent_due_date_immediately started trending on Twitter. Some people on Twitter are demanding to extend the last date very seriously, but there are many people who are taking a jibe. Let’s see what people are saying on Twitter.
A user has said that an error has come on the Income Tax website. He said that when he was filling the ITR2 form, an error came and then all the data was lost.
Another person has written – What is Digital India? OTP with 15 minutes validity was received after 1 hour. I do not understand who to blame, the telecom operator or the new portal of income tax.
Some people are facing problem in registering on Income Tax Portal.
A Twitter user has written that do not extend the last date till the last day, so that more and more people file returns in a hurry. After that, extending the date to say that this government has given relief to the taxpayers. The user has indicated that Nirmala Sitharaman thinks so.
There is no shortage of quips either. Showing a laptop lying in a bad condition, a user has written above – go on till December 31.
A Twitter user has even taken a dig at Infosys, which has created a new income tax portal. The user has written – Till now even Infosys has not filed its GSTR 9C, which means they also do not have confidence on their portal whether it will be filed properly or not.
According to the Income Tax Department, of the income tax returns filed till December 26, 2.44 crore returns are ITR-1 Form (Sahaj), while 1.12 crore returns are ITR-4 Form (Sugam). Sahaj and Sugam forms are used for returns of small and medium taxpayers. The Sahaj form can be used by individual taxpayers with an annual income of up to Rs 50 lakh. Taxpayers earning salary and residential property are required to fill up the Sahaj form. On the other hand, through the Sugam form, income tax returns can be submitted by individual taxpayers, Hindu undivided families and those with business income up to Rs 50 lakh.
How To File ITR on New Income Tax Portal: How to File ITR on New Income Tax Website?