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lokesh (student)     11 September 2019

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Is it possible to file an individual ITR for the AY 2017-18 and AY 2018-19
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rama krishnan   12 September 2019

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no.. you can't file for a. y. 2017-18 & 2018-19 unless the delay is condoned by your jurisdictional CIT for want of refund or loss to be carried forward.

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sabyasachi mukherjee   12 September 2019

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Sec 119(2)b is section for applying to the AO for condition of delay.

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RAMAKRISHNAN R (INCOME TAX OFFICER)     12 September 2019

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Condonation application u/s.119(2)(b) to be filed before jurisdictional CIT

lokesh (student)     12 September 2019

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how to file condonation application

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sabyasachi mukherjee   12 September 2019

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lokesh you can file by logging into your efiling website.
there is an option for raising query.

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RAMAKRISHNAN R (INCOME TAX OFFICER)     12 September 2019

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It should be filed manually before your jurisdictional CIT

lokesh (student)     12 September 2019

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how to file manually

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Kapadia Pravin   12 September 2019

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@ Lokesh

In normal course you can not file.

However you can apply to your jurisdictional AO or online e-filing site (under my accounts - Request) under 119(2)(b) for condonation of delay for each assessment year with genuine reasons and after it's approval you can file return for those Assessment years.


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