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    GST Return Filing Applicability

    A person with a GSTIN has to compulsorily file GST returns

    A person with annual turnover of Rs. 20 lakh and above has to obtain GST registration and file GST returns

    GST e-filing

    GST Return Filing Due Dates


    • GSTR 1: 11th of subsequent month
    • GSTR 3B: 20th of subsequent month
    • CMP 08: 18th of month succeeding the quarter
    • GSTR 4: 18th of month succeeding the quarter
    • GSTR 5: 20th of subsequent month
    • GSTR 6: 13th of subsequent month
    • GSTR 7: 10th of subsequent month
    • GSTR 8: 10th of subsequent month
    • GSTR 9: 31st December of the financial year
    • GSTR 10: Within 3 months of the date of cancellation or cancellation order, whichever is earlier
    • GSTR 11: 28th of subsequent month in which statement was filed

    Documents required for GST return filing


    • Sales Register

    Procedure to file GST return


    • Provide sales register for the month
    • GST expert analyses the sales details
    • Filing of return
    • Sharing GST return filing acknowledgement


    GST Returns can be filed online and offline both. In case of offline, after preparing the return offline, it needs to be uploaded on GST portal online.

    Yes, it is mandatory to file GSTR-1 every month after obtaining GST registration. In case of QRMP scheme, return needs to be filed quarterly.

    Yes, it is mandatory to pay GST every month before filing the return.

    No, it is not possible to revise GST returns. Hence it is advised to have professional support to file the returns.

    QRMP (Quarterly Return Filing and Monthly Payment of Taxes) scheme applies to a taxpayer with an annual turnover of ₹5 crores or less in the previous year. Business will be allowed to file returns every quarter but tax has to be paid every month.

    No, threshold for northeastern states is lesser than other states. Threshold is ₹20 lakhs for sale of goods and ₹10 lakhs for sale of services in northeastern states.

    The maximum late fee will be restricted to Rs 500 per return for nil filing and Rs 2000 for other than nil filing. Interest for non-payment of taxes will be extra.