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The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) has extended the date of filing of income tax statements for the tax year 2018 till April 30, a press release announced on Monday.
The date of filing of returns for companies, individuals and association of persons is also extended to April 30.
According to the FBR, the decision has been taken in view of numerous requests by various trade bodies and organisations along-with other taxpayers seeking extension in the date of filing of returns for tax year 2018.
“All persons, who have not yet filed their returns, are urged to take advantage of this opportunity,” read an FBR press release.
The FBR already warned that it has extensive plans to pursue and legally proceed against those persons who are liable to file returns but don’t file it by this extended date.

Abdul Gh Lone