ITR Filing Due Date for AY 2024-25

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  • Last Updated on 13 June, 2024

due dates for filing Income-tax Returns

The due dates for filing Income-tax Returns are the specific deadlines by which taxpayers must submit their Income-tax Returns to the Income-tax Department. These dates are set by the tax department and vary based on the type of taxpayer and their specific circumstances, such as whether they need to undergo an audit or submit additional reports like transfer pricing audits. Meeting these deadlines is important to avoid penalties, interest, and legal consequences.

FAQ 1. What are the Due Dates for Filing Income-tax Returns for the Assessment Year 2024-25?

The due dates for filing of ITRs for various types of assessees are as follows:

S. No. Situation Original Due Date
1. Assessee is required to furnish a report of transfer pricing (TP) Audit in Form No. 3CEB  30-11-2024
2. Assessee who is a partner in a firm required to furnish a report of TP Audit in Form No. 3CEB  30-11-2024
3. Individual who is a spouse of a partner in a firm required to furnish a report of TP Audit in Form No. 3CEB, and provisions of section 5A applies  30-11-2024
4. Company assessee is not required to furnish the TP Audit report in Form No. 3CEB  31-10-2024
5. Assessee required to get accounts audited under the Income-tax Act or any other law  31-10-2024
6. Assessee who is a partner in a firm whose accounts are required to be audited  31-10-2024
7. Individual who is a spouse of a partner in a firm whose accounts are required to be audited and whose provisions of section 5A applies  31-10-2024
8. Any other case  31-07-2024

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