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Types of GST Returns GSTR-1 is the return to be furnished for reporting details of all outward supplies of goods and services made, or in other words, sales transactions made during a tax period, and also for reporting debit and credit notes issued. Any amendments to sales invoices made, even pertaining to previous tax periods, should be reported in the GSTR-1 return. GSTR-1 is to be filed by all normal taxpayers who are registered under GST. It is to be filed monthly, except in the case of small taxpayers with turnover up to Rs.1.5 crore in the previous financial year, who can file the same on a quarterly basis. GSTR-2A is the return containing details of all inward supplies of goods and services i.e. purchases made from registered suppliers during a tax period. The data is auto-populated based on data filed by the suppliers in their GSTR-1 return. GSTR-2A is a read-only return and no action can be taken. GSTR-2 is the return for reporting the inward supplies of goods and services i.e. the purchases made during a tax period. The details in the GSTR-2 return are auto-populated from the GSTR-2A. Unlike GSTR-2A, the GSTR-2 return can be edited. GSTR-2 is to be filed by all normal taxpayers registered under GST, however, the filing of the same has been suspended ever since the inception of GST. GSTR-3 is a monthly summary return for furnishing summarized details of all outward supplies made, inward supplies received and input tax credit claimed, along with details of the tax liability and taxes paid. This return is auto-generated on the basis of the GSTR-1 and GSTR-2 returns filed. GSTR-3 is to be filed by all normal taxpayers registered under GST, however, the filing of the same has been suspended ever since the inception of GST. GSTR-3B is a monthly self-declaration to be filed, for furnishing summarized details of all outward supplies made, input tax credit claimed, tax liability ascertained and taxes paid. GSTR-3B is to be filed by all normal taxpayers registered under GST. GSTR-4 is the return that was to be filed by taxpayers who have opted for the Composition Scheme under GST. CMP-08 is the return which has replaced the now erstwhile GSTR-4. The Composition Scheme is a scheme in which taxpayers with turnover up to Rs.1.5 crores can opt into and pay taxes at a fixed rate on the turnover declared. The CMP-08 return is to be filed on a quarterly basis. GSTR-5 is the return to be filed by non-resident foreign taxpayers, who are registered under GST and carry out business transactions in India. The return contains details of all outward supplies made, inward supplies received, credit/debit notes, tax liability and taxes paid. The GSTR-5 return is to be filed monthly for each month that the taxpayer is registered under GST in India. GSTR-6 is a monthly return to be filed by an Input Service Distributor (ISD). It will contain details of input tax credit received and distributed by the ISD. It will further contain details of all documents issued for the distribution of input credit and the manner of distribution GSTR-7 is a monthly return to be filed by persons required to deduct TDS (Tax deducted at source) under GST. GSTR 7 will contain details of TDS deducted, the TDS liability payable and paid and TDS refund claimed, if any. GSTR-8 is a monthly return to be filed by e-commerce operators registered under the GST who are required to collect tax at source (TCS). GSTR-8 will contain details of all supplies made through the E-commerce platform, and the TCS collected on the same. The GSTR-8 return is to be filed on a monthly basis. GSTR-9 is the annual return to be filed by taxpayers registered under GST. It will contain details of all outward supplies made, inward supplies received during the relevant previous year under different tax heads i.e. CGST, SGST & IGST and HSN codes, along with details of taxes payable and paid. It is a consolidation of all the monthly or quarterly returns (GSTR-1, GSTR-2A, GSTR-3B) filed during that year. GSTR-9 is required to be filed by all taxpayers registered under GST*, except taxpayers who have opted for the Composition Scheme, Casual Taxable Persons, Input Service Distributors, Non-resident Taxable Persons and persons paying TDS under section 51 of CGST Act. As per the CBIC notification 47/2019, the annual return under GST for taxpayers having an aggregate turnover which does not exceed Rs.2 crore has been made optional for FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19. GSTR-9A is the annual return to be filed by taxpayers who have registered under the Composition Scheme in a financial year*. It is a consolidation of all the quarterly returns filed during that financial year. GSTR-9A filing for Composition taxpayers has been waived off for FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19 as per the decision taken in the 27th GST Council meeting. GSTR-9C is the reconciliation statement to be filed by all taxpayers registered under GST whose turnover exceeds Rs.2 crore in a financial year. The registered person has to get their books of accounts audited by a Chartered/Cost Accountant. The statement of reconciliation is between these audited financial statements of the taxpayer and the annual return GSTR-9 that has been filed. GSTR-9C is to be filed for every GSTIN, hence, one PAN can have multiple GSTR-9C forms being filed. As per the CBIC notification 16/2020, GSTR-9C is waived off for the taxpayers with an aggregate turnover of more than Rs 5 crore for the financial year 2018-19. GSTR-10 is to be filed by a taxable person whose registered has been cancelled or surrendered. This return is also called a final return and has to be filed within 3 months from the date of cancellation or cancellation order, whichever is earlier. GSTR-11 is the return to be filed by persons who have been issued a Unique Identity Number(UIN) in order to get a refund under GST for the goods and services purchased by them in India. UIN is a classification made for foreign diplomatic missions and embassies not liable to tax in India, for the purpose of getting a refund of taxes. GSTR-11 will contain details of inward supplies received and refund claimed. Subject to changes by Notifications/ Orders Statement of self-assessed tax by composition dealers – same as the erstwhile form GSTR-4, which is now made an annual return with effect from FY 2019-2020 onwards. Late filing of GST Returns Return filing is mandatory under GST. Even if there is no transaction, you must file a Nil return. You cannot file a return if you do not file previous month/quarter’s return. Hence, late filing of GST return will have a cascading effect leading to heavy fines and penalty. The late filing fee of the GSTR-1 is populated in the liability ledger of GSTR-3B filed immediately after such delay. Interest/late fees to be paid Interest is 18% per annum. It has to be calculated by the taxpayer on the amount of outstanding tax to be paid. It shall be calculated on the Net tax liability identified in the ledger at the time of payment. The time period will be from the next day of filing due date till the actual date of payment. As per GST Act Late fee is Rs. 100 per day per Act. So it is 100 under CGST & 100 under SGST. Total will be Rs. 200/day. The maximum is Rs. 5, 000. There is no late fee on IGST. To learn more about late fees charged across the GST Return periods, read our article on Late fees under GST.
What is GST Registration In the GST Regime, businesses whose turnover exceeds Rs. 40 lakhs* (Rs 10 lakhs for NE and hill states) is required to register as a normal taxable person. This process of registration is called GST registration. For certain businesses, registration under GST is mandatory. If the organization carries on business without registering under GST, it will be an offence under GST and heavy penalties will apply. GST registration usually takes between 2-6 working days. We’ll help you to register for GST in 3 easy steps. *CBIC has notified the increase in threshold turnover from Rs 20 lakhs to Rs 40 lakhs. The notification will come into effect from 1st April 2019. Who Should Register for GST? Individuals registered under the Pre-GST law (i.e., Excise, VAT, Service Tax etc.) Businesses with turnover above the threshold limit of Rs. 40 Lakhs* (Rs. 10 Lakhs for North-Eastern States, J&K, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand) Casual taxable person / Non-Resident taxable person Agents of a supplier & Input service distributor Those paying tax under the reverse charge mechanism Person who supplies via e-commerce aggregator Every e-commerce aggregator Person supplying online information and database access or retrieval services from a place outside India to a person in India, other than a registered taxable person CBIC has notified the increase in threshold turnover from Rs 20 lakhs to Rs 40 lakhs. The notification will come into effect from 1st April 2019. Documents Required for GST Registration PAN of the Applicant Aadhaar card Proof of business registration or Incorporation certificate Identity and Address proof of Promoters/Director with Photographs Address proof of the place of business Bank Account statement/Cancelled cheque Digital Signature Letter of Authorization/Board Resolution for Authorized Signatory Penalty for not registering under GST An offender not paying tax or making short payments (genuine errors) has to pay a penalty of 10% of the tax amount due subject to a minimum of Rs.10, 000. The penalty will at 100% of the tax amount due when the offender has deliberately evaded paying taxes
TAN number is used for deduction of taxes and is required if you are – Paying salary Making payments in form of consultancy fees, rent, contractual payments With the tax deducted at source and paid to Income Tax Department, it is mandatory to deducting taxes and is quoted in TDS/TCS return including in – e-TDS/TCS return TDS/TCS payment challan TDS/TCS certificates TAN is 10 digit alpha numeric number that is needed by all persons responsible for deducting/collecting tax and as per Income Tax Act, 1961 is required by persons making payment/crediting income of specified type to another person. Here the payee deducts a specified amount payable/creditable at time of making payment/giving credit (whichever is earlier) and deposit sum deducted (TDS). Prior to making deductions, persons need to apply to assessing Officer for allotment of tax deduction account number (TAN) under section 203A of the Income Tax Act. TAN in quoted in following documents: Challans while depositing deducted tax Certificates issued against tax deducted Returns furnished in respect of tax deducted at source Other documents that pertain to transactions as may be prescribed