Due dates of XBRL filing with ROC or MCA for 2020-21

The Due dates of XBRL filing with roc or MCA have been extended. Yes! You are right! As the ministry has extended the due date of holding AGM. So, the due dates for filing XBRL have also been extended. The XBRL filings are usually done from thirty days of the conclusion of the AGM. But as the ministry has extended the due dates to hold the AGM. So, the XBRL filings have also been extended.

The extensions have been done in the view of Covid-19. The pandemic has made an impeccable impact on the life of the corporate. Thus, to make it easier, the ministry has sighed relief to the businesses.

In brief

The XBRL roc filings are usually done by filling the form AOC-4. It is a form that includes annual accounts report of the businesses. This is usually done within thirty days after the annual general meeting. So, as the filing dates for XBRL have been extended, you can easily conduct your AGM and file the XBRL form.

In conclusion, this is all about the due date extension of XBRL form. For more updates about the due dates and compliances, stay tuned.

Important: Please note that the information on this page / site is provided as general information for better understanding for the user and does not constitute tax, legal, or other professional advice and must not be used as such. Please consult your professional adviser(s) if you have any questions / doubts regarding the above.

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