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How to file ITRs when it s belated, revised, updated
October, 17th 2022

Income Tax Return (ITR) filing has three different due dates u/s 139(1) of Income Tax Act. The tax filing due date for all non-audit ITRs is 31 July of the relevant assessment year (AY). However, there are two exceptions. For assessees who are required to furnish report u/s 92E for international transactions or specified domestic transactions, the due date is 30 November. For companies, the due date for tax filing is 31 October. Assessees other than companies (including partner in a firm) also get time till 31 October if they are required to be audited.

The IT laws require all assesses to file their ITRs on or before the due date. But what if a taxpayer is not able to file it within the due date? Can they file it after the due date and are there any consequences to it? What if the taxpayer files the ITR before the deadline but there is an unintended mistake in the ITR furnished? Can such an ITR be revised?

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