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At Jethani & Associates, we understand the complexities of Goods and Services Tax (GST) filing, and we’re here to simplify the process for you. Our expert team provides comprehensive GST filing services tailored to your business needs, ensuring compliance and peace of mind.


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    GST filing is the process of submitting various GST returns as mandated by the Goods and Services Tax law. It involves reporting the details of sales, purchases, output GST, and input tax credit.

    All businesses registered under GST must file GST returns, including:

    • Regular businesses
    • Composition scheme taxpayers
    • Non-resident taxable persons
    • Input service distributors
    • E-commerce operators

    The main types of GST returns include:

    • GSTR-1: Details of outward supplies of goods or services.
    • GSTR-3B: Summary return for declaring summary GST liabilities.
    • GSTR-4: Quarterly return for composition scheme taxpayers.
    • GSTR-9: Annual return for regular taxpayers.
    • GSTR-10: Final return for taxpayers whose GST registration is canceled.
    • GSTR-2A/2B: Auto-drafted details of inward supplies for the recipient.

    Documents required for GST filing include:

    • Sales invoices
    • Purchase invoices
    • Debit and credit notes
    • Expense invoices
    • Bank statements
    • Previous period’s return, if applicable

    The due dates vary depending on the type of return:

    • GSTR-1: 11th of the following month (monthly) or 13th of the month following the quarter (quarterly).
    • GSTR-3B: 20th of the following month.
    • GSTR-4: 18th of the month following the end of the quarter.
    • GSTR-9: 31st December of the following financial year.

    Penalties for late filing include:

    • A late fee of ₹50 per day (₹25 each for CGST and SGST) for regular returns.
    • A late fee of ₹20 per day (₹10 each for CGST and SGST) for nil returns.
    • Interest on outstanding tax liabilities at 18% per annum.

    GST returns cannot be revised once filed. However, any errors can be corrected in subsequent returns.

    You can check the status of your GST return filing on the GST portal by logging into your account and navigating to the ‘Returns Dashboard’. You will need to select the return period to view the status.

    The process for filing GST returns online includes:

    • Logging into the GST portal.
    • Selecting the relevant return form.
    • Entering the required details and uploading necessary documents.
    • Reviewing the form for accuracy.
    • Submitting the form and paying any due tax.
    • Downloading the acknowledgment receipt.

    The GST Annual Return (GSTR-9) is a comprehensive return that summarizes the financial and tax details of the entire financial year. It includes details of outward and inward supplies, tax paid, input tax credit claimed, and demands and refunds.