CBDT revised Monetary Limits to decide Condonation requests in Refund Claims and Carry Forward Losses

CBDT has notified revision of Monetary Limits to decide Condonation requests in Refund Claims and Carry Forward Losses via issuing circular.

Monetary Limits to decide Condonation requests in Refunds and Carry Forward Losses

Reetu | Jun 3, 2023 |

CBDT revised Monetary Limits to decide Condonation requests in Refund Claims and Carry Forward Losses

CBDT revised Monetary Limits to decide Condonation requests in Refund Claims and Carry Forward Losses

The Central Board of Direct Taxes(CBDT) has notified revision of Monetary Limits to decide Condonation requests in Refund Claims and Carry Forward Losses via issuing circular.

The Circular Stated as follows:

Circular No. 09 of 2015 (the Circular) dated 09-06-2015 in F. No. 312/22/2015-OT by Central Board of Direct Taxes (the Board) was issued in supersession of all earlier Instructions/Circulars/Guidelines. The Circular prescribed comprehensive guidelines on the conditions and procedure to be followed for deciding applications for condonation of delay in filing Returns of Income (RsOI) claiming refund and RsOI claiming carry forward of loss and set­off thereof under section 119(2)(b) of the Income-tax Act, 1961.

On consideration, the monetary limits specified in Para No.2 of the Circular are modified as under:

(i) The Principal Commissioners of Income-tax/Commissioners of Income-tax (Pr. CsIT / CsIT) shall be vested with the powers of acceptance/rejection of such applications/claims if the amount of such claims is not more than Rs.50 lakhs for any one assessment year.

(ii) The Chief Commissioners of Income-tax (CCsIT) shall be vested with the powers of acceptance/rejection of such applications/claims if the amount of such claims exceeds Rs.50 lakhs but is not more than Rs.2 crores for any one assessment year.

(iii) The Principal Chief Commissioners of Income-tax (Pr. CCsIT) shall be vested with the powers of acceptance/rejection of such applications/claims if the amount of such claims exceeds Rs.2 crores but is not more than Rs.3 crores for any one assessment year.

(iv) The applications/ claims for amounts exceeding Rs.3 crores shall be considered by the Board.

The above revised monetary limits for applications/ claims in respect of the competent authorities specified hereinabove shall be applicable to the applications/ claims filed on and after 01-06-2023.

For Official Circular Download PDF Given Below:

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