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Tax deadlines extended in Tamil Nadu- (Ministry of Finance ) (07 Dec 2015)



Due to widespread flooding in Chennai and Tamil Nadu, the Central Board of Direct Taxes extended the date for deposit of tax deducted at source and tax collected at source in November, 2015 to 20 December, 2015. The date for payment of Central Excise duty and Service Tax for November, 2015 by assessees in Tamil Nadu too has been postponed to 20 December, 2015, whereas the date for filing Central Excise return has been extended to 31 December, 2015.

Public sector insurance companies have also begun organizing awareness camps to facilitate insurance claims. Additionally, a larger number of surveyors have been roped in from adjoining states to meet an anticipated increase in insurance claims.

Relevant : Central Excise (Second Amendment) Rules, 2015 MANU/EXNT/0027/2015 Service Tax (Third Amendment) Rules, 2015 MANU/DSTX/0039/2015 Insurance companies prepare for greater numbers of claims MANU/PIBU/1757/2015


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