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GST Return filing

In simple terms, 'Return' refers to the data introduced to the tax specialists at regular intervals by the tax specialists, for i.e. prior the due date of each return.
Likewise, GST returns contain all GST related data of the citizen, for example, total purchase, sales, tax liability, managed tax liability with accessible input tax credit, input tax credit accessible to carry forward, interest and Late fee payable for delay in GST return filing and other such data of tax payer.

Mostly Filed Gst Returns And Their Purpose

Type Particulars
GSTR 1 Details of outward supplies of taxable goods and/or services effected
GSTR 2 The tax payer should fill this return to claim input tax credit for the GST paid on his purchases.
GSTR 3B This is the month to month return containing summary of GSTR1 and 2. It is submitted on finalization of sale and purchase figures.
GSTR 4 This is the quarterly return to be recorded by composite vendors.
GSTR7 Under GST, certain citizens are needed to deduct TDS and deposit it to the government. When this return is recorded by the deductor tax payer(along with a certificate of deduction) and the measure of TDS deducted, is also deposited, it gets reflected in the credit record of the deductee. The deductee would be able to claim the credit of his TDS being deducted, which will further reduce the tax liability of the deductee tax payer

Note* These TDS arrangements are made effective from 18.09.2017
GSTR 9&9A This is the yearly return, to be recorded by each tax payer on or before 31 Dec of the next financial year. The composite vendor needs to file GSTR 9A as his yearly return.
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How to file GST returns?

What is the process for Filing GST Returns?

  • 1. Login to the GST gateway
  • 2. Click on Return Dashboard>
  • 3. Choose the time of file return
  • 4. Select the return box-like GSTR 3B or GSTR 1
  • 5. Prepare the return, for example fill in the details through online or offline mode.
  • 6. Fill in the details under each tile to the extent applicable, including interest and late expense
  • 7. Click the check box at the bottom for pledge
  • 9. In the installment of tax tile, check the amount of liability

What Includes in this package?

  • 10. Leave the payment tile - return back to dashboard
  • 11. Click - make challan for the amount of liability due and pay online or over the counter
  • 12. The amount paid is consequently reflected in the money record of the tax payer within 5-10 minutes of payment.
  • 13. liability by entering the amount of payment under the particular head of CGST, SGST, IGST, interest, late charge
  • 14. Click Offset liability- dialog box for success will show up
  • 15. Go back> Click the bottom check box> select authorized person> File DSC utilizing DSC or EVC

FAQ’s About GST Return

Each registered seller including easygoing registered individual except the following:

  • Input service distributor
  • Non-resident taxable person
  • Composite seller
  • Person deducting TDS
  • Person gathering TCS
  • Provider of Online Information and Database Access or Retrieval Service (OIDAR)

To maintain a strategic distance from manual taking care of huge information if there should arise an occurrence of no. of invoices for GSTR 1, it is smarter to use the GST offline tool. It empowers the tax payer to take care of the information in a excel format without the connection of internet. This file would be able to directly uploaded in the GST portal to file GSTR 1.

No. Return can't be reconsidered. However, revisions in GSTR 1 might be made in the return of ensuing period, for example errors might be amended in the following time frame (month/quarter) return.

In any case, its absolutely impossible to rectify or amend GSTR-3B.

Unlike regular taxpayers, a composite seller needs to file quarterly return in GSTR-4 by 18 th of the following month from the end of quarter. Example- Model for the quarter finished on Dec.'17, GSTR-4 to be filed upto 18 th Jan.'18. Also, unlike regular taxpayer, the composite sellers need to file their annual return in GSTR 9A.

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