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BENEFITS OF GST RETURN FILING

Elimination of the cascading effect

The introduction of GST into the Indian tax system has done away with several other taxes like central excise duty, service tax, customs duty, and state-level value-added tax. Thus, a single GST has eliminated the cascading effect of tax on tax .

Higher threshold benefits

Before GST was introduced, VAT or value added tax was applicable for any business that had an annual turnover of 20 lakhs. Services that saw a turnover of less than 10 lakhs did not have to pay service taxes.

Start-up Benefits

Earlier start-ups with an annual turnover of 5 lakh had to pay VAT which would be very difficult for a business during the initial stages. But as GST has replaced VAT, businesses can set off the service tax on their sales.

E-commerce for quick supply of goods

Start-ups are making a strong presence online offering their services and products through their websites. Under VAT, there were many types of VAT laws, and the supply of goods through online, that is, E-commerce was never a well-defined one. For instance, if you need to deliver goods to various states, then you will have to file the VAT declaration first. After that, you will need to provide registration details about the trucks which deliver the goods. In many instances, goods end up being seized by the authorities due to lack of proper documents. GST has now removed all such confusing processes.

Regulations and accountability

The pre-GST period witnessed a disorganized tax filing system. Presently, all taxes are paid online and major hassles that were a part of tax filing have been eliminated in the process of introducing GST. This has resulted in industries becoming more accountable and tax filing laws are better regulated than before.

GST RETURN FILLING PACKAGES

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Basic Package

for turnover upto 10 lakh per year

Rs 799 /Month

   GST Data Storage

   Dedicated GST Accountant

   GSTR 1 Return Filing

   GSTR 3B Return Filing

   GSTR 2A Reconciliation

   Phone & Email Support

   GST Payment Facilitation

   Email Reminder

   Accountant Call Reminder

   Email Reminder to Your
Vendors for Depositing GST

   Call Reminder to Your
Vendors for Depositing GST

   Assistance in GST Refund
Processing

   GST Data Extraction Support
From All Software

Popular Valued Pack

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Standard Package

for turnover upto 50 lakh per year

Rs 1399 /Month

   GST Data Storage

   Dedicated GST Accountant

   GSTR 1 Return Filing

   GSTR 3B Return Filing

   GSTR 2A Reconciliation

   Phone & Email Support

   GST Payment Facilitation

   Email Reminder

   Automated Call Reminder

   Email Reminder to Your
Vendors for Depositing GST

   Call Reminder to Your
Vendors for Depositing GST

   Assistance in GST Refund
Processing

   GST Data Extraction Support
From All Software

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Premium Package

for turnover upto 200 lakh per year

Rs 1699 /Month

   GST Data Storage

   Dedicated GST Accountant

   GSTR 1 Return Filing

   GSTR 3B Return Filing

   GSTR 2A Reconciliation

   Phone & Email Support

   GST Payment Facilitation

   Email Reminder

   Accountant Call Reminder

   Email Reminder to Your
Vendors for Depositing GST

   Call Reminder to Your
Vendors for Depositing GST

   Assistance in GST Refund
Processing

   GST Data Extraction Support
From All Software

BENEFITS OF CHOOSING US FOR GST RETURN FILING

Dedicated GST Accountant

A relationship manager having experience in the Industry/Sector that you operate, will guide you through the process of GST registration and filings. They will also help you with specific tasks such as uploading invoices and also ensure that your filing are taken care of on time.

Reminder to file GST returns

Our platform ensures that you get timely reminders well in advance of the deadline beyond which penalty will be applicable. In addition to this, your GST Accountant will also remind you periodically so that no deadlines are missed.

Monthly GST Status reports

Monthly reports detailing the status of GST return filing including GSTR- 3B and the way forward will be shared with the clients by the GST Accountants.

GSTR- 1 and GSTR- 3B filing

Turnover determines the due dates for GSTR- 1. Businesses with sales upto Rs. 1.5 Crore can file GSTR 1 quarterly while others can continue to file Monthly.GSTR 3B is a monthly return that should be filed by every businesses.

Input Tax Credit Reconciliation

Businesses will be benefited from the input tax reconciliation mechanism provided by the government to achieve neutrality in the incidence of tax and does not enter into the cost of production or cost of supply of goods.

Call Reminder to Your Vendors for Depositing GST

Since you are busy doing your business, we can follow up with your customers on behalf of you for Depositing & filling their GST on time so you can relax and become free from tiresome GST comliances

OUTSOURCE GST COMPLIANCE

OUTSOURCE GST Compliance
You will have a dedicated GST Accountant assigned to your business. Each month, the Accountant will collect all the information and file your GST returns.
You can send us the information through email in any platform or upload the information. We also accept soft copy of sales and purchase data in a format provided by us.
We will file GSTR-1 return and GSTR-3B return for regular taxpayers registered under GST and for composition dealers we will file GSTR CMP 08 return.
You will only be responsible for providing the information or documents required to prepare your GST return. Once we have prepared the filing, you can verify the calculation and confirm the filing.
Yes, we will provide you input tax credit reconciliation. You can use the same to verify the input tax credit receivable for your business.
Yes, for clients who subscribe to our GST return filing annual package, we provide support for GST refund processing.
Yes, for clients who subscribe to our GST return filing package, we provide support for GST payment challan generation.
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GST RETURN DUE DATES

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FIND GST FILING RETURN DUE DATES FOR GSTR 1 TO GSTR 11

GSTR1 or return of outward supplies must be filed by all taxpayers having regular GST registration. The due date for filing GSTR 1 return is the 10th of every month. For July, September and October, the GST return due dates are different from the normal schedule.

Suppliers must validate the auto-generated purchase information of their outward supply of goods and services. The form contains the following details.

  • Name of business, a period for which tax is being filed, and GST identification number (GSTIN).
  • Invoices and tax collection from the previous month.
  • Advances received in favor of supplies
  • Revision in the previous month’s sales invoices.
  • GSTR2 or return of inward supplies must be filed by all taxpayers having regular GST registration. The due date for filing GSTR 2 return is the 15th of every month. For July, September and October, GSTR2 return due dates are different from the normal schedule.

    Taxable recipients have to provide the following detail in this form during their GST filing.

  • Name of business, a period for which tax is being filed, and GST identification number (GSTIN).
  • Invoices and tax collection from the previous month.
  • Advances received in favor of supplies
  • Revision in the previous month’s sales invoices.
  • GSTR3 or monthly GST return must be filed by a taxpayer after filing GSTR1 and GSTR2 return. GSTR3 is due on the 20th of every month. For July, September and October, GSTR2 return due dates are different from the normal schedule.

    Taxpayers filing this form already have their details electronically updated along with forms GSTR-1 and 2. Taxpayers must check and verify the above forms as and when necessary, and also provide the details underneath.

  • An input tax credit, liability, and cash ledger details.
  • CGST, SGST, and IGST tax payment details.
  • Excess payment repays claim or credit request.
  • GSTR4 return must be filed by taxpayer registered under the GST composition scheme. GSTR4 is a quarterly return that is due on the 18th of October, January, April and July.

    Businesses with a turnover up to Rs.75 lakh can opt for Composition Scheme and go for GST filing with the GSTR-4 form. They pay tax at fixed rates based on their business type. While they do not have a tax credit facility, they must also provide the following details.

  • Total value of supply during the return period.
  • Tax payment details.
  • Purchase information like invoices.
  • GSTR-5 return must be filed by persons registered under GST as a non-resident taxable person. GSTR5 is due on the 20th of every month.

    NRIs must provide the following information while filing this form.

  • Taxpayer’s name and address accompanied with return period, and GSTIN.
  • Details of both outgoing and incoming supplies.
  • Import details accompanied with amendments of previous returns.
  • Service importing details along with amendments in the previous service.
  • Refunds from cash ledger, credit and debit details, closing stock, etc.
  • GSTR6 return must be filed by persons registered under GST as an input service distributor. GSTR6 return is due on the 13th of every month.

    Input Service Distributors must provide the following details when they are completing their GST filing process. Some details are already electronically updated via forms GSTR-1 and 5.

  • Taxpayer’s name and address detail, return period, and GSTIN.
  • Input credit distribution details.
  • Details on the supplies received from registered suppliers.
  • Input credit amount in their present tax period.
  • Input credit receiver detail.
  • Credit and debit note details.
  • Tax credit that has been received, reverted and distributed under CGST, SGST, and IGST.
  • GSTR7 return must be filed by all taxpayers required to deduct tax at source (GST TDS). Under GST, only certain government agencies are required to deduct tax at source after obtaining registration. Hence, GSTR7 is due only for those entities having GST TDS registration. GSTR7 is due on the 10th of every month.

    Taxpayers who have deducted tax at source must provide the following details in their form. The TDS liability is generated automatically. The Electronic Cash Ledger refunds will be auto-generated.

  • Address details of taxpayers to accompany their name and GSTIN along with the return period.
  • TDS amount, a contract detail, and necessary amendments.
  • Late filing fee and interest.
  • GSTR8 Return must be filed by taxpayers required to collect tax at source. E-commerce operators are required to collect tax at source. Hence, any persons operating an e-commerce venture must register for TCS, collect tax at source and file GSTR8 return before the 10th of every month.

    E-commerce operators must provide the following details in their GST filing with form GSTR-8.

  • Personal details like name and address accompanied with return period and GSTIN.
  • Supply details of payments to registered individuals and necessary amendments to the previous tax payments.
  • Supply details to unregistered individuals.
  • TDS details.
  • Late filing details and delayed payment interest, accompanied with auto-populated tax liability.
  • GSTR9 Return is GST annual return that must be filed by all regular taxpayers. Details submitted with GSTR9 must be audited if the entity has a turnover of more than Rs.2 crores. GSTR9 is due on or before the 31st of December.

    Filed by normal taxpayers, it contains both income and expenditure details. It is compiled and assorted with monthly returns. Filing this must accompany audited copies of annual accounts, and taxpayers can amend the previous return filings if necessary.

    GSTR10 Return must be filed by any person whose GST registration has been cancelled or surrendered. GSTR10 must be filed within 3 months of the date of cancellation order or surrender.

    To be filed on cancellation of GST, taxpayers must provide the following details while their GST filing with this form.

  • ARN or Application Reference Number.
  • GST registration cancellation date.
  • Cancellation order ID.
  • Cancellation order date.
  • Closing stock details and payable tax.
  • GSTR11 Return must be filed by persons having Unique Identity Number. GST Unique Identity Number is allotted to Consulate, Embassies and UN Bodies for claiming refund on inward supplies.

    Every individual registered under GST with their UIN (Unique Identity Number) must file this form. This is used to claim a refund of excess taxes paid in inward supplies.

  • UIN should be accompanied with the return period and the name of the government body.
  • Auto-generated inward supplies from suppliers who are registered under GST.
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    LATE FEES, PENALTY & INTEREST ON GST RETURNS

    GST Cancellation

    Failure to file GST returns on time to can lead to penalties and cancellation of GST registration. If GST return is continuously not submitted for six months, then the GST registration would be cancelled, and the person would not be able to obtain another GST registration - unless all the late filing penalty is paid.

    Filing NIL GST Return

    In case a person has no business, NIL GST return must be filed. Failure to file NIL GST return can lead to a penalty of Rs.20 per day for each of the GSTR-3B return and GSTR-1 return. Penalty of Rs. 50 applicable if there are any sales liability.


    Interest Applicable on GST Late Payment

    In addition to the above late filing fees, the person would also have to pay interest at the rate of 18% on GST payment remitted late to the Government. Subscribe to our accounting services to avoid late penalty fees in GST.

    STAGGERED RETURN OF GSTR-3B

    Turnover
    Due Dates
    Regular Scheme
    More than 5 crores 20th of Every month All the states and UTs
    Less than 5 crores 22nd of Every month for Group A States Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Daman and Diu, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Lakshadweep, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh
    Less than 5 crores 24th of Every month for Group B States Jammu and Kashmir, Laddakh, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Chandigarh, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, Assam, West Bengal, Jharkhand and Odisha

    HOW TO FILE GST RETURN ONLINE?

    Goods and Services Tax Network provides software through which you can file for GST return online. Here’s a step-by-step guide to filing GST return online:

    Step 1: Visit the official GST portal i.e. https://gst.gov.in

    Step 2: Login using username & password of provided by GST Department & Upload Sales & Purchase Invoices

    Step 3:After uploading invoices, outward return, inward return, and cumulative monthly return have to be filed online. If there are any errors, you have the option to correct it and refile the returns. Details of outward supplies furnished by the supplier will be made available in GSTR-2A to the recipient.

    Step 4: Enter amounts for CGST, SGST, IGST or other heads, as applicable. Thereafter, choose the relevant payment mode with bank details if applicable.

    Step 5: Authentication of GST registration through Aadhaar number or DSC to complete filling

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    WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF GST RETURNS?

    Form name
    Details
    Date of filing
    GSTR-1 Taxable suppliers to file outward supplies. 10th of next month.
    GSTR-2 Taxable recipients to file inward supplies to claim the tax credit. 15th of next month.
    GSTR-3 Taxable individuals file monthly returns based on the finalization of outward and inward supplies along with tax amount payment. 20th of next month.
    GSTR-4 Composition suppliers to file quarterly returns. 18th of next month.
    GSTR-5 NRIs who are taxable. 20th of next month.
    GSTR-6 Input service distributor to file for a return. 13th of next month.
    GSTR-7 Authorities conducting TDs to file returns. 10th of next month.
    GSTR-8 Tax collectors and e-commerce operators to file supply details and tax collection details. 10th of next month.
    GSTR-9 Taxable individuals to file returns. 31st December of next year.
    GSTR-10 Taxable individuals with cancelled registration to file final return. Within 3 months of cancellation of the order.
    GSTR-11 Individuals with UIN refund claims to file inward supply detail. 28th of the month following the month for a statement was filed.

    WHAT IS GST FILING, GST RETURN, AND WHO SHOULD FILE GST RETURNS?

    GST FILING

    GST or Goods and Services Tax replaced the numerous different taxes which were levied by Central and State governments on different products or services. While it was enforced in 2017, the GST Act was passed in the year 2019. This taxation system looks to streamline the numerous taxes levied on products, making it simple for the taxpayers, their collectors, etc. Additionally, it also makes tax filing easy since taxpayers have to file for just one tax.

    WHAT IS THE GST RETURN?

    Before going into the process of GST filing, it is important to understand what GST return means for business owners and service providers. GST returns essentially stands for filing of all GST. Every individual who is covered under the GST Act must produce their income to the Tax Department of India. This is known as return and it includes details of every sale and purchase.

    Under this system of taxation, concerned individuals must file their GST return 26 times in a year. While business owners have to go for goods and services tax filing two times every month, they must also file two additional time half-yearly. Before moving into the process of filing GST return, it is essential to understand a few additional things.

    WHO SHOULD FILE GST RETURNS?

    In the GST regime, any regular business having more than Rs.5 crore as annual aggregate turnover has to file two monthly returns and one annual return. This amounts to 26 returns in a year.

    The number of GSTR filings vary for quarterly GSTR-1 filers under QRMP scheme. The number of GSTR filings online for them is 9 in a year, including the GSTR-3B and annual return.

    There are separate returns required to be filed by special cases such as composition dealers whose number of GSTR filings is 5 in a year.

    DISCLAIMER

    We are India's fastest-growing technology-driven online business services platform dedicated to helping people easily start and grow their business, at an affordable cost. We aim to help the entrepreneur with regulatory requirements and offer support at every stage to ensure the business remains compliant and continually grows. This website is not associated with the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Also we are not Government Website. We are a Private Company managing this website and providing services and assistance for the Business Benefits of Traders, Manufacturers, or Service sectors. Some of our services include incorporation, government registrations & filings, accounting, documentation, and annual compliances.