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Annual return GSTR-9 and GSTR-9C, under section 44 of CGST Act, due date stands extended for financial year 2019-20 from 3:

Online GST Return Filings

GST (Goods and Service Tax) is an indirect tax in India imposed by the Central government effective from 1st July, 2017. Since then, many old indirect taxes have been converted into GST. From the beginning of purchasing of raw materials and end to sale products to the consumers, GST is applicable. As a result, small to large enteritis are required to GST return filing. To make the process easy and smooth Tax Seva Kendra has created an online GST e-Filing Service for Indian business owners.

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Types of GST Return

GSTR-1 FILING

All the records of sales come under GSTR1 filing. The suppliers report their outward supplies for the reporting months under this form. According to GSTR-1, a registered taxpayer must file its return by 10th of the following month or quarter.

GSTR-3B FILING

GSTR-3B is a self-declaration for each month, filed by every registered person under GST. It is a simplified summary return of inward and outward supplies, and once filed cannot be revised. GSTR-3B must be filed by 20th of each month.

GSTR-4 FILING

Dealers belonging under Composition Scheme must file GSTR-4 return. Normally, Taxpayers need to file three monthly returns under GST, however a Composition Dealer is only required to file one GSTR-4 return each year by 30th April following the closing year.

GSTR 9 Filing

All the taxpayers registered under GST needs to file their annual return in GSSTR-9 filling by 31st December of every year. All the information about monthly/quarterly returns filed in that year must be filed under GSTR-9 by the registered Taxpayers.

GSTR 9A Filing

Dealers opting for composition schemes needs to file an annual return of GSTR-9A. The composition taxpayers must include all the information of their quarterly returns for the Fiscal Year, and it should be filed before the Last day of December, each year.

GSTR 9C

GSTR 9C is The Reconciliation Statement between the Annual returns filed in GSTR 9 in a Fiscal Year. A copy of the audited annual book of accounts must be included by the taxpayer for the GSTR-9C file. This must be filed before 31st December of each year.

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Plan - A

NIL GST RETURN

GSTR-1 OR GSTRT-3B

1000
+ GST 18%

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Plan - B

ANNUAL GST RETURN

(GSTR-9 OR GSTR-9A OR GSTR-9B)

1200
+ GST 18%

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Plan - C

ALL GST RETURN FOR 1 YEAR

(All Return Included)

4900
+ 18%

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FAQ
Q.Does GST is beneficial for trade, industry and agriculture?

A.Yes GST is more beneficial for trade, industry and agriculture in terms of input tax set-off and service tax set-off. GST will give you bigger coverage on setoff compared to previous CENVAT and state VAT method. The process of GST is actually lowering the tax burden for dealers in trade, industry and agriculture.

Q.Do we need to upload all invoices while GST return filing?

A.No. It purely depends upon 2 factors whether you need to upload all invoices while GST return filing- Whether you are uploading B2B or B2C invoice Whether you are involved in Intra-state or Inter-state supplies.

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