watch_later 28/10/17

Good news for professionals !!!

ROC has extended the due date to file AOC-4 to 28/11/2017. 

The earlier due date was 30/10/2017.

A good and first time on time move by ROC, MCA web portal is another big headache which takes a day for 10 minutes work.

The announcement has come at right time.


General Circular No.14/2017

F.No.- 01/34/2013 CL-V

Government of India

Ministry of Corporate Affairs

5th Floor `A’ Wing, Shastri Bhawan,

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi-100011



Regional Directors,

All Registrar of Companies, A

All Stakeholders.

Subject:Relaxation of additional fees and extension of last date of filing AOC-4 and  AOC-4(XBRL non-IndAS) under the Companies Act , 2013-reg.


The Ministry of Corporate Affairs has extended the date of filing of AOC-4 (XBRL E-forms using Ind AS) for the financial Year 2016-2017 without additional fee till 31.03.2018 vide General Circular No. 13/2017 dt.26.10.2017. Keeping in view the requests received form various stakeholders, for allowing extension if time for  filing of financial statements for the financial year  ended 31.03.2017 on account of  various factors, it has been decided to extend the time for filing e-forms AOC-4 and AOC 4(XBVRL non –IndAS) and  the corresponding AOC-4 CFC e-forms upto  28.11.2017 without levying additional fee.

  1. This issues with the approval of the competent Authority.

Yours Faithfully,

(KMS Narayanan)

Assistant Director


Copy to :-

  1. Director (e-gov cell) MCA(HQ)
  2. Guard File
3 Responses | Latest response: 28/10/17 | Sort by Likes(thumb_up) Recent | Company-Law Reply
watch_later 28/10/17

Now Income tax due dates should also be extended.

GSTR-2 is a big challenge.

None of my clients GSTR2A data matches with actual purchase. From morning reconciling and completed only 10 clients work.

watch_later 28/10/17

I feel government should now look at tax audit time limit.

Professionals and accountants are under heavy pressure.

watch_later 28/10/17

I alos thing Income tax due dates should also be extended.


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