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GST Return filing

In basic terms, 'Return' refers to the data introduced to tax professionals at regular intervals, i.e. prior to 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.

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Mostly Filed Gst Returns And Their Purpose?


Type Particulars
GSTR 1 Details of taxable items and/or services supplied outwardly
GSTR 2 The taxpayer must complete this return in order to receive an input tax credit for the GST paid on his purchases.
GSTR 3B This is the month-to-month return that includes a summary of GSTR1 and GSTR2. It is submitted once the sale and purchase statistics have been finalized.
GSTR 4 This is the quarterly return that composite sellers must record.
GSTR7 Certain citizens are required under GST to deduct TDS and submit it to the government. When the deductor's tax payer records this return (together with a certificate of deduction) and deposits the amount of TDS deducted, it is reflected in the deductee's credit record. The deductee would be entitled to claim the credit for his TDS being deducted, which would further lower the deductee's tax burden.

Note* Please keep in mind that these TDS arrangements go into effect on September 18, 2017.
GSTR 9&9A This is the annual return, which must be filed by each taxpayer on or before December 31st of the following fiscal year. The composite seller must file GSTR 9A as his annual return.

What is the

How to file GST returns?


What is the process for Filing GST Returns?


  • 1. Access the GST portal.

  • 2. Select Return Dashboard

  • 3. Select the file return time.

  • 4. Choose a return box, such as GSTR 3B or GSTR 1.

  • 5. Prepare the return, for example, by filling in the data online or offline.

  • 6. Fill up the data under each tile as needed, including interest and late fees.

  • 7. Check the pledge box at the bottom.

  • 8. Verify the amount of liability in the tax tile installment.

  • 9. Exit the payment tile and return to the dashboard.Verify the amount of liability in the tax tile installment.

  • 10. Make a challan for the amount of liability due and pay online or physically over the counter.

  • 11. Within 5–10 minutes of payment, the amount paid is recorded in the tax payer's money record.

  • 12. Leave the payment tile - return back to dashboard

  • 13. Click - make challan for the amount of liability due and pay online or over the counter

  • 14. The amount paid is consequently reflected in the money record of the tax payer within 5-10 minutes of payment.

  • 15. liability by entering the amount of payment under the particular head of CGST, SGST, IGST, interest, late charge

  • 16. Click Offset liability- dialog box for success will show up

  • 17. Go back> Click the bottom check box> select authorized person> File DSC utilizing DSC or EVC


FAQ’s About GST Return

Except for the following, each registered vendor, including easygoing registered individuals:

  • Distributor of input services
  • Non-resident taxable individual
  • Person deducting TDS from the composite seller
  • TCS Provider of Online Information and Database Access or Retrieval Service (OIDAR) Person collecting

To keep a strategic distance from manual handling of large amounts of data, it is preferable to utilize the GST offline tool if the number of invoices for GSTR 1 occurs. It enables the tax payer to manage information in Excel format without the need for an internet connection. This file might be simply submitted to the GST portal in order to file GSTR 1.

No. Return cannot be changed. However, adjustments to GSTR 1 may be made in the subsequent period's return, for example, inaccuracies may be fixed in an upcoming (month/quarter) return. In any event, it is impossible to correct or change. GSTR-3B

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

A composite seller, unlike normal taxpayers, must file a quarterly return in GSTR-4 by the 18th of the month after the end of the quarter. Example: Model for the quarter ended in December 2017, GSTR-4 due by January 18th, 2018. In addition, unlike normal taxpayers, composite sellers must file their yearly return in GSTR 9A.

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