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Tax Rupees is a leading compliance company for online GST return filing in India. We help businesses file GST return online quickly and easily.

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GST Return filing

Documents Required For GST Return filing

Bank Statement
Credit Notes
Debit Notes
Purchase Invoices
Sale Invoices

GST Return Filing

 

The introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in India has been a game-changer for businesses operating in the country. GST is a single indirect tax that subsumes multiple taxes, including VAT, excise duty, service tax, and customs duty. It has replaced many complicated indirect tax laws and made compliance easier for businesses.
 
If you are registered for GST, you will be required to file periodic returns. Filing GST returns can be a complex process, especially if you are not familiar with the GST system. In this blog post, we will take you through everything you need to know about filing GST returns in India.
 

What are the types of GST

GST is a tax levied when a consumer buys goods or services. It is a consumption tax, which means that the final consumer pays the tax. The tax is levied on the value of the good or service at each stage of production, from raw materials to finished products. There are three types of GST:
  • Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST)
  • State Goods and Services Tax (SGST)
  • Union Territory Goods and Services Tax (UTGST)
CGST is levied by the Central government on intra-state supplies of goods or services. SGST is levied by the State government on intra-state supplies of goods or services. UTGST is levied by the Union Territory government on intra-UT supplies of goods or services.
 

What is the GST structure in India

The GST structure in India consists of two components: CGST and SGST. CGST is levied on all inter-state supplies of goods or services. SGST is levied on all intra-state supplies of goods or services.
 

How to Register for GST

Who is required to register for GST
All businesses with a turnover of more than 20 lakhs (or 10 lakhs for north-eastern states and hilly states) must register for GST. In addition, businesses providing online information and database access or retrieval services to customers outside India (irrespective of turnover) must also register. If you are already registered under an earlier indirect tax regime such as Excise, VAT or Service Tax, you will be automatically registered for GST and will be allotted a GSTIN.
 
What are the steps for GST registration
The first step is to obtain a provisional registration certificate by applying online on the GST Portal with basic details such as your business name, email address, mobile number etc. Once you have obtained the provisional registration certificate, you must obtain a Permanent Account Number (PAN). The next step is to apply for registration on the GST Portal using your PAN, provisional registration number and other required details. After your application has been approved by the concerned authorities, you will be allotted a GSTIN.
 

How to File GST Returns

Who is required to file GST returns
All business entities registered under the GST Act are required to file periodic returns. The frequency of filing GST returns depends on the turnover of the business and the type of taxpayer.
Small taxpayers with a turnover of up to Rs 5 crore can file quarterly returns, while those with a turnover above Rs 5 crore must file monthly returns. Taxpayers who are required to pay taxes using the composition scheme can file quarterly returns.
Taxpayers who have registered for GST on or after April 1, 2019, must file their first return by May 20, 2019.
 

What are the steps for filing GST returns

The steps for filing a GST return are as follows:
1) Log in to the GST portal using your user ID and password.
2) Click on the 'Returns' tab and select the return you wish to file from the drop-down menu.
3) Enter the relevant details in the return form and click 'Submit'.
4) Make sure you have paid any taxes due before you submit your return.
5) Once you have submitted your return, you will receive an acknowledgement in Form GSTR-3B.

If you're doing business in India, it's important to know how to file your GST returns. GST, or Goods and Services Tax, is a tax levied on the supply of goods and services in India. There are three types of GST: CGST (Central Goods and Services Tax), SGST (State Goods and Services Tax), and IGST (Integrated Goods and Services Tax). The GST structure in India is a dual GST system, which means that both the central government and state governments collect taxes.

To register for GST, you'll need to have your business PAN number handy. You can register for GST online or offline. The steps for registration are as follows: first, you'll need to log into the GST portal; next, you'll need to fill out the application form; then, you'll need to submit the required documents; finally, you'll need to make the payment.
 
To file your GST returns, you'll again need your business PAN number. You can file your returns online or offline. The steps for filing are as follows: first, you'll need to log into the GST portal; next, you'll need to select the return form; then, you'll need to fill out the form; finally, youll need to submit the form.
 
So, there you have it! Now you know how to register for GST and how to file your GST returns in India.


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Under GST, each individual or element registered  under GST would be expected to document a GST return for the endorsed period. Indeed, even those substances having a GST enrollment yet no action would be expected to record a GST Nil Return to remain consistent with GST guidelines.

Standard citizens would need to record GSTR-1 (subtleties of outward supplies), GSTR-2 (subtleties of internal provided) and GSTR-3 (month to month return). GSTR-1 would be expected on the tenth of every month, GSTR-2 would be expected on the fifteenth of every month and GSTR-3 would be expected on the twentieth of every month. Intensifying citizens should document GSTR-4 each quarter, on eighteenth of the month close to the quarter. Notwithstanding the month to month or quarterly returns, a yearly return should be recorded by all people or elements enrolled under GST. The due date for documenting of yearly GST return would be 31st of December following the finish of monetary year. If there should be an occurrence of surveys having to following reviewing prerequisites, the GST compromise explanation should be properly affirmed by a Chartered Accountant.

GST Returns should be documented on the web. There would likewise be an office to set up the profits disconnected and transfer something very similar into a web-based entrance.

All GST Return non-filers will be followed by the GST Department and a list of GST return defaulters will be given to the individual GST experts for follow-up and authorization activity. The GST regulation would likewise incorporate the burden of a programmed late charge for GST Return non-filers and late filers.

All GST Return non-filers will be followed by the GST Department and a list of GST return defaulters will be given to the individual GST experts for follow-up and authorization activity. The GST regulation would likewise incorporate the burden of a programmed late charge for GST Return non-filers and late filers.

GSTR1 return can be documented online in the GST entryway. You can likewise record GSTR1 return utilizing LEDGERS GST Software, to document GSTR1 return utilizing LEDGERS, make a record, update sale made during  of month and tap on transfer GST return to document.

The due date for documenting GSTR1 return is generally the tenth of consistently. Be that as it may, for the long stretch of July 2017, the due date for documenting GSTR1 return is tenth of October. The due date for documenting any remaining GSTR1 return is yet to be reported by the GST Council.

In GSTR1 return, the accompanying data is documented by the citizen: Basic subtleties of the citizen with GSTIN. Period to which the Return relates. Receipt level data B2B solicitations B2C solicitations over Rs.2.5 lakhs in esteem B2C solicitations under Rs.2.5 lakhs in esteem Export solicitations Summary of Documents Issued HSN Code wise summry of deals.

Under GST, the expression "details  of outward supplies" means data relating to deals exchanges in a month like invoice issued , debit notes, credit notes, and updated invoices.

If the exporter fails to give the LUT, he wants to pay the IGST or outfit an item bond.

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