No extension in return filing deadline: FBR

Published September 30, 2021
The Fed­eral Board of Revenue on Wednesday reiterated that there will be no extension in the statutory date of filing of income tax returns for Tax Year 2021. — APP/File
The Fed­eral Board of Revenue on Wednesday reiterated that there will be no extension in the statutory date of filing of income tax returns for Tax Year 2021. — APP/File

ISLAMABAD: The Fed­eral Board of Revenue (FBR) on Wednesday reiterated that there will be no extension in the statutory date of filing of income tax returns for Tax Year 2021.

An FBR official announcement said the last date of filing of income tax returns for individuals, associations of persons and companies having special tax year is Sept 30, 2021. “The system is working seamlessly and around 150,000 returns were filed on September 28 which was the highest ever number filed in a single day. In the meantime, FBR, like last year has enhanced its system capacity to provide seamless services to the taxpayers,” the statement said.

Published in Dawn, September 30th, 2021

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