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What is GST Return Filing
The basic meaning of “GST Return Filing” is “maintaining financial accounts” per year. Bookkeeping and GST Return Filing can be divided into several fields including financial GST Return Filing, managing general GST Return Filing,professional GST Return Filing, chartered accountant, auditing, tax GST Return Filing and cost GST Return Filing.
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Connect with an expert at LegalDocs and provide the necessary information to prepare your gst filing statement.
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Our expert will prepare a GST return statement based on the information provided and send it to you for your approval.
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GST return will be filed with the tax authorities once it has been approved by you.
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What is GST Return
A GST file return is a document which has details of income which a taxpayer needs to file with the tax administrative authorities. This is used by tax authorities to calculate tax liability.
Eligibility for GST Return Filing
In the GST norms, any regular business has to file three monthly returns and one annual return.
GST should also be filed by entities that make no sales or purchases during a given period (year) in the form of nil-returns (meaning no returns).
The best part in this system one has to manually enter details of one monthly return – GSTR-1. The other two returns – GSTR 2 & 3 will get auto-populated by deriving information from GSTR-1 filed by you and your vendors. Compounding taxpayers have to file returns quarterly which is for every three months and regular taxpayers such as, foreign non-residents, casual taxpayers and Input Service Providers (ISD) have to file returns monthly.
Additional Read : Types of GST Returns
Types of GST Returns
Following are the different Types of GST returns
|1.||GSTR 1||Includes taxable goods or services, or both as well as that of outward supplies.|
|2.||GSTR 2||Includes inward supplies related to taxable goods and/or services, along with ITC claim.|
|3.||GSTR 3||Includes of monthly returns based on finalised detail related to inward and outward supplies.|
It also includes details of total tax payable.
|4.||GSTR 4||Includes details related to Quarterly Return filing, specifically for compounded tax liabilities of specific individuals.|
|5.||GSTR 5||Includes details of GST return filing for non-resident foreign individuals.|
|6.||GSTR 6||Serves as the form for Input Service Distributors to file returns.|
|7.||GSTR 7||Serves as the form facilitates Return filing for authorities initiating TDS.|
|8.||GSTR 8||Includes supply details for e-commerce operators along with the tax amount collected as per sub-section 52.|
|9.||GSTR 9||Serves as the form to file Annual Returns.|
|10.||GSTR 9A||Includes details to file Annual Returns relative to Compounding taxable individuals registered u/s 10.|
GST Return Due Date
This GSTR is due every month on 20th. Besides your quarterly and monthly returns, you also need to file an annual return by 31st of December. The GST reconciliation statement should be filed by a chartered accountant appointed by you.
|GST Return Form||Frequency||Due Date for Return Filing|
|GSTR 3||Monthly||Due by 20th of every month|
|GSTR 3||Annual Return||December 31st|
|GSTR 3B||Monthly Return||Due by 20th of every month|
|GSTR 4||Quarterly month||Due by 18th of the following month after the end of each quarter|
|GSTR 5 & GSTR 5A||Monthly||Due by 20th of every month|
|GSTR 6||Monthly||Due by end of every month|
Penalty for Late Filing of GST Return
If you Fail to file GST returns on time it can lead to penalties and cancellation of GST registration. If one does not submit a GST return 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.
For people having NIL return and persons having turnover, the penalty for late filing GST return is different. NIL GST return must be filed for an individual with no business . 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. So, failure to file NIL GST return can result in a penalty of Rs.40 per day or Rs.1200 per month.
In case a person has business activity during the period for which GST return is late-filed, then a penalty of Rs.50 per day will be applicable for late GSTR-3B return and Rs.50 per for GSTR-1 return. Hence, a penalty of more than Rs.3000 per month would be applicable.
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.
GST Return Filing - Composition Scheme
Anyone registered under the Composition Scheme is required to file FORM GSTR-4A every quarter through the GST Common Portal or through a GST Facilitation Centre. The due date for GST return for those enrolled under Composition Scheme is on the 18th of the month, succeeding a quarter. Hence, GST return for composition scheme would be due on April 18th, July 18th, October 18th and January 18th. The GST return filed by a Composition Scheme supplier must include details of the following:
1. Invoice wise inter-State and intra-State inward supplies received from registered and unregistered persons
2. Consolidated details of outward supplies made
Also, if a registered person opted to pay tax under composition scheme from the beginning of a financial year, then the taxpayer must file monthly GST returns on the 10th, 15th and 20th of each month and monthly returns till the due date of furnishing the return for the month of September of the succeeding financial year or furnishing of annual return of the preceding financial year, whichever is earlier. Hence, even if a taxable person under GST opted for a composition scheme from April onwards, the taxpayer must continue filing monthly GST returns until September.
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