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What is GST return Filing?

Businesses Must File GST Returns Monthly, Quarterly, Or Annual Depending On The Sector. The Facts Of The Sale Or Purchase Of Goods And Services, As Well As The Tax Collected And Paid, Must Be Included Here. In India, Implementing A Comprehensive Income Tax System Such As GST Has Guaranteed That Taxpayer Services Such As Registration, Returns, And Compliance Are All Within Range And Precisely Linked.

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Eligibility Criteria to File the GST Returns

In India, GST returns must be filed by: 

  • A person holding a valid GSTIN has to file a GST return mandatorily.
  • An individual whose annual sales exceed Rs. 20 lakh will also be required to register for GST and file GST returns.
  • In the case of certain states, the yearly turnover limit is Rs 10 lakh.

Different Types of GST Registration in India

  • GSTR 1 (monthly/quarterly-If opted under the QRMP scheme): Details of the taxable goods and or services
  • GSTR 3B (monthly/quarterly): Simple returns in which a summary of the outward supplies and the intake tax credit that is declared and the tax payment is affected by the taxpayer.
  • CMP 08 (quarterly): Statement cum challan to make a tax payment by a taxpayer registered under the formatting scheme under Section 10 of the CGST Act.
  • GSTR 4 (annually): Returns to be filed by the taxpayer registered under the composition scheme under Section 10 of the CGST Act.
  • GSTR 5 (monthly): Returns to be filed by a non-resident taxable person.
  • GSTR 6 (monthly): To be filed by the input service distributor to distribute the eligible input tax credit.
  • GSTR 7 (monthly): This is filed by the government authorities.
  • GSTR 8 (monthly): Details of supplies effected through the e-commerce operators and the tax collected at the source.
  • GSTR 9 (annually): Annual return for a regular taxpayer.
  • GSTR 9C (annually): Certified reconciliation statement.
  • GSTR 10 (once the GST registration is canceled or surrendered): Is filed by the taxpayer whose GST registration is canceled.
  • GSTR 11 (monthly): Details of the inward supplies are furnished by a person who has UIN and also claims a refund.

Non-Compliance

The subsequent return cannot be submitted if the taxpayer does not file the GST return. As a result, it is preferable to file GST returns on time to avoid significant fines and penalties, which can have a cascading effect.

Documents for Filing GST Returns

  1. Property Tax Receipt : Latest property tax receipt for the premises where GST registration is applied for.
  2. Electricity Bill: The latest electricity bill for the premises where GST registration is applied for.
  3. Telephone Bill: Latest telephone bill for the premises where GST registration is applied for in some states.

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Due Dates for Filing GST Returns

  • GSTR 1: 11th of the following month
  • GSTR 3B: 20th of that succeeding month
  • CMP 08: 18th of the month following the quarter of the specific financial year.
  • GSTR 4: 18th of the month following the quarter.
  • GSTR 5: 20th of next month
  • GSTR 6: 13th of next month
  • GSTR 7: 10th of next month
  • GSTR 8: 10th of next month
  • GSTR 9: 31st December of the financial year.
  • GSTR 10: Date of cancellation or within 3 months from the date of order of cancellation, whichever is earlier.
  • GSTR 11: 28th of the month for which the statement was filed.

Return Filing under the Composition Scheme

All persons registered under the Composition Scheme will pay taxes using CMP-08 every quarter and GSTR 4 filed annually through GST Common Portal or GST Suvidha Kendra. The GST returns for those enrolled under the composition scheme are due on the 18th of the month, after a quarter. Hence, the GST returns for the composition scheme will be due on April 18, July 18, October 18, and January 18. The GST return filed by the Composition Scheme supplier should include the following details:

  • Invoice-wise, inter-state and inter-state inward supplies are received from registered and unregistered persons.
  • Close the details of outward supplies made.

Late Filing and Penalties

GST returns that are not filed on time may be subject to a late charge penalty. In addition, under the Goods and Services Tax, a penalty of up to Rs. 100 under the CGST and Rs. 100 under the SGST might result in a fine of up to Rs. 200 per day.

You must pay 18 percent interest every year with the late charge. It is based on the amount of tax to be paid.

If any offense is committed, a penalty under GST has to be paid.