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ITR, GST filing, Aadhaar-PAN linking deadlines extended

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Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today announced various statutory and regulatory compliance relief measures amid a complete shutdown almost all over the country to control the spread of the highly contagious coronavirus or Covid-19 infection.

Here are the key announcements:

Financial Services:

*Debit card holders who withdraw cash from any bank ATM can do it free of any charge for next three months. The measure has been taken to ease the burden on customers who need urgent cash and avoid overcrowding of bank branches.

*There will be no charges on not keeping the minimum balance requirement. Country’s largest lender State Bank of India had already waived the requirement of holding a minimum balance in savings account.

*Reduced digital charges for trade transactions.

Income Tax:

*For Financial year 2018-19, last date for returns extended to June 30, 2020. For delayed payments made till June 30, interest rate reduced to 9% from 12%.

*For delayed deposit of TDS, interest has been reduced to 9 % from 18%

*Aadhaar-pan linking extended to June 30 from March 31

*Vivaad se Vishwaas scheme extended to June 30. And no additional payment of 10% to be paid

*All compliances under Income Tax Act, Wealth Tax Act, Benami Transaction Act, Black Money ..

GST:

*All GST returns for March, April, May and composition returns extended to June 30, 2020

*For companies less than 5 cr no late fee and penalty to be charged. For above Rs 5 cr, only int at the rate of 9%

Customs:

*Sabka Vishwaas scheme for indirect taxes having last date till March 31 has been extended to June 30,2020. No interest to be levied.

*Customs clearance till June 30 to work 24×7

Companies

*In respect of the MCA21 registry, there is a moratorium being issued from April 1 till Sep 30 no additional fees for late filing.

*There is a mandatory requirement for holding Board meeting. We are relaxing it for 60 days for the next two quarters.

*For newly incorporated cos, additional time of six more months is being given for filing declaration of commencement of business

*If there is a company director who does not comply ..

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

*Threshold of default is Rs one lakh as of now. From Rs one lakh it is being raised to Rs one crore to prevent triggering of insolvency proceedings for SMEs.

*If it continues like this beyond April, then sec 7, 9, 10 of the IBC will be suspended for a period of six months.

Source :- Economic Times.

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