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A GST return is a document which contains the details of outward supplies and inward supplies made during a particular period. Every registered businesses has to file the GST returns irrespective of the activity/turnover within the due dates mentioned under the act.
There are different types of GST returns provided by the GST act, such as GSTR-1, GSTR-3B, CMP-08, GSTR-9, GSTR-9C etc. Our team of eminent professionals would help you to file the returns in most efficient manner.
Filing GST returns would make you tax complainant and therefore helps in avoiding penalty.
In case of business loans, GST return is one of the most important document to be produced to the banks and NBFCs for processing of the loan.
Filing of GST returns enables the business to claim the input tax paid on their purchases. It is not possible to claim the Input tax credit (ITC) if returns are not filed.
Filing of GST return would help you to have proper accounting of all outward and inward supplies made during the year.
Provide us your GST registration certificate, in case you have already registered under GST or Contact our team who would help you to get GST registration.
The details of outward supplies has to be provided.
The details of inward supplies has to be provided.
GST login username and password has to be provided.
The penalty for late filing of GSTR 3B is Rs. 50 per day of delay. If the tax liability is NIL , the laet fee would be Rs. 20 per day.
The due date for monthly return shall be 11th of the following month and for quarterly returns 30th/31st of the month following the quarter.
The due date for filing GSTR 3B is 20th of the following month.
Yes. The registered person is required to file the returns every month or every quarter as the case may be, even If there are no transaction in the tax period.