GST Return Filing
File your GSTR-1,3b & 4 return with the support of our Chartered accountant at your convenience and they will also help you in maintaining your proper books of accounts.
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A return is a document containing details of income which a taxpayer is required to file with the Government authority. All the entities registered under GST Regime have to file GST Return every month. GST Return filing is mandatory to every GST Registered irrespective of business activity.
Who should file GST Return?
Every month GST registration holders are required to file GSTR-3B return providing details of sales and purchases made in a month to the Government. GSTR-3B return is due on the 20th of each month.
Businesses registered under GST must file GSTR-1 return every month which have annual revenue of over Rs. 1.5 Crores. GST return should be filed quarterly if a business has yearly revenue of less than Rs.1.5 crores.
All the entities having GST Registration has to file annual GST Return.
Penalty for late GST Return Filing
Failure to file GST Return on time can lead to penalty and if the GST Return is not filed for six months then the GST Registration will be cancelled and the person would not be able to apply for GST Registration until he pays all the pending returns.
The penalty depends on the turnover. If an entity has no business, he must file NIL Return and in the failure to file the NIL GST Return on time will lead to pay 20Rs per day for each of the GSTR-3B and GSTR-1.
In a case of business activity, a person who fails to file GST Return on time leads to a penalty of 50Rs per day for each of the GSTR-3B and GSTR-1.
A person will also have to pay interest at the rate of 18% on GST payment remitted late to the Government.
Composition Scheme Return Filing
All persons registered under the Composition Scheme are required to file FORM GSTR-4A quarterly. GST return for Composition Scheme is due on the 18th of the month, succeeding a quarter. Hence, GST return for composition scheme would be due on 18th April, 18th July, 18th October and 18th January. GST composition levied on the following rates:
Manufacturers – 1%
Suppliers – 2.5%
Any other supplier eligible for composition levied – 0.5%
Any taxpayer opted for composition scheme will not be eligible to avail the Input Tax Credit on receipts of invoices.