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Every GST registered organization in India is legally responsible for filing a total of 26 GST return filings in a financial year. It may sound problematic to meet up the regulations but with the GST experts’ proper online guidance in Online Legal India, you would be able to complete all the needful steps with ease. The taxpayers are liable to pay the GST filings within a preset time as the Govt. of India use these returns to evaluate the entire tax liability in the country.

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Any individual operating a business entity is accountable for being registered with the GST system and GST filing. The key criteria for which registered business personnel is needed to carry out GST filing:
  • Monthly GST returns
  • Yearly GST returns
  • GST filing for input/purchase
  • GST filing for output/supply
In case the taxpayer fails to file the GST returns within the specified date provided by the GST department, then taxpayer has to pay late fee along with interest @18%. The late fee will be Rs.20 per day if it is NIL return or else Rs 50 will be levied if you fail to furnish the return within specified date. Thus, it will come around Rs.25 under the CGST and again Rs.25 under the SGST. The total amount to be paid will be Rs.50 per day. The maximum late fee can be Rs.5000. The IGST do not charge any late fees.



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  • GSTR-1 Return Filing
  • GSTR-3B Return Filing
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6 month GST return filing


  • Dedicated GST expert
  • GSTR-1 Return Filing
  • GSTR-3B Return Filing
  • Input Tax Credit Reconciliation
  • Data modeling in Excel & Tally
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  • Upto 350 Entries Per Month


Yearly GST return filing


  • FREE GST Consultation
  • Dedicated GST expert
  • GSTR-1 Return Filing
  • GSTR-3B Return Filing
  • GSTR-9 Return Filing
  • Input Tax Credit Reconciliation
  • Data modeling in Excel & Tally
  • Phone, Chat & Email Support
  • Any Accounting Software
  • Upto 500 Entries Per Month

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The Process & Documents Required

Monthly GST returns for any business organization operating in India. Based on GSTR-1, all other forms of GST filings can be submitted for the month.

  • The due date of GSTR-1 is the 10th of every month.

GSTR-2 is filed for providing all the details regarding the inward supplies of goods and services.

In this type of GST return, the details related to all kinds of inward deliveries of goods/services from registered suppliers are presented. Here the data are obtained from the GSTR-1 process only.

  • The due date of GSTR-2A is the 15th of every month.

Here the input tax credits and the synopsis of the entire monthly returns of all kinds of inward and outward supplies are needed to be submitted.

  • The due date of GSTR-3B is the 15th of every month

Synopsis of every outward supply along with the detail of all sorts of paid tax on imported services. This is executed on yearly basis.

  • The due date is the 30th of the month succeeding in the financial year for GSTR-4.

It is a mandatory GST filing for all business personalities. Here the details of the inward-outward supplies and the tax liability are needed to be submitted.

  • The due date of GSTR-5 is the 20th of every month.

This category especially works for the OIDAR (Online Information & Database Access or Retrieval) to showcase the details about the services provided to any individual or organization.

  • The due date of GSTR-5A is the 20th of every month.

It is a system-generated summary report on the inward supplies of a tax-payer.

  • The due date of GSTR-6A is the 13th of every month.

After the verification and acceptance of the furnished documents in GSTR-6A, this particular GST filing can be executed.

  • The due date of GSTR-6 is the 13th of every month.

Here the details of TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) under GST, TDS refund are submitted for further proceedings.

  • The due date of GSTR-7 is the 18th of the subsequent month.

It is better known as TDS Certificate as well. It is generated no sooner than the GSTR-7 form filing is done.

This particular filing is for every e-commerce who gathers Tax at Source (TCS). Here the business personnel hands the details of the suppliers in the particular e-commerce entity.

  • The due date of GSTR-8 is the 10th of every month.

This annual GST filing contains information about all the sales, purchases, refunds, or input tax credit by all tax-payers, Special Economic Zone (SEZ) unit, SEZ developers, and many more.

GST filing 9A is for them who have selected for the Composition Scheme in any part of the same financial year. In this category inwards, outwards, suppliers, input tax credits are included.

For the process of GST return filing, one business entity is obliged to submit the following documents

  •  The purchase invoice
  • Input/purchase credits
  • GSTIN of the seller/business identity
  • Summary of the documents issued during the GST Registration process
  • Type of invoice
  • Amount of applicable SGST/CGST/IGST
  • Invoice number & date
  • Taxable value/GST rate
  • Consumer details


Abolition of the cascading effect

GST filing simplifies the entire tax process by eliminating all the tax-on-tax or the cascading method.

An organized tax system

The business identities are allowed here to pay the entire tax amount at a single time. GST return filing has replaced the chaotic older tax system.

Business opportunities

By the collaboration of the Indian tax system, the business entities are now enjoying a nationwide market without paying different taxes to the State Governments.

Helping the start-ups

The preceding VAT was compulsory for any company with an annual turnover of INR 5 lacs which acted as troublesome for any start-up entity. GST return filing has replaced the VAT, benefiting the start-ups with all sense.

Points to remember

  • The scheduled date for GST filing can be altered or extended by issuing a notification from Govt. of India.
  • Not filling the GST return by the due date would lead to a late fine and a liable amount with an interest at 18% per annum rate. The fined amount would be-
    • For CGST – INR 100/day
    • For SGST – INR 100/day
  • The small business entities are required to file their GST return quarterly.

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On the recommendations of the GST Council, a new scheme of Quarterly Returns with Monthly Payments (QRMP) will be introduced from 1st January 2021. Under this scheme, taxpayers with upto Rs. 5 Crores Aggregate Annual Turnover (AATO) in the previous and the current financial year would be given an option to file their Return/Statement in Form GSTR-1 and Form GSTR-3B Quarterly with a simple payment challan for the first two months of the quarter.

Yes. Any taxpayer can apply for online GST Return Filing in Online Legal India. Our GST experts here will completely guide you regarding the process.

No. In the North-Eastern states of India, the GST limit comes to INR 20 lakh for all types of businesses. In states like Meghalaya, Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram, Tripura, and Arunachal Pradesh; the GST limit is INR 10 lakhs.

Yes. GST is mandatory for all types of business identities. It applies to every kind of traders, manufacturers, and providers. It can also extend to writers, bloggers and dealers who have obtained registration for the creative works.

No. It is not doable to revise the paid GST returns. But changes can be made based on the details given in the next return form alteration part.

In case of delay, the individual is needed to pay INR 100/day. Along with that, a fine has to be paid with an 18% per annum rate.

Business personnel would not be able to pay the taxes after filing the GST returns. Instead, the tax amount should be paid before the GST return filing procedure. Failing to do so, the return will be considered invalid by law.