GST Return online

Filing GST Return Online

You can find out if the GST / HST was paid on the receipt documents you collected to apply for eligible tax credits. The harmonized sales tax (HST) is a consumption tax in Canada. It is used in provinces where both the federal goods and services tax (GST) and the regional provincial sales tax (PST) have been combined into a single value added sales tax.

Once you know your net tax, you are ready to file your GST / HST tax return, but you must keep records of the GST and HST paid. Remember that everyone’s tax situation is different, so you should speak to a tax professional to find out what might work best for you. Your tax experts can help you find the best way to file your tax return and refund status.

Before submitting your GST tax return, you must provide information about your business activities, especially those related to business activities, in accordance with government instructions.

The GST tax return is submitted electronically via the GST portal and the option is offered to all tax returns in accordance with the requirements of the tax authorities.

This facility helps Indian taxpayers to prepare returns offline and then upload them via an offline facilitation centre in GSTN. The GST tax return is a document that contains the tax levied as sales and production tax and the tax paid as purchase and input tax. All income from business transactions must be stated in the GST return.

Every taxpayer must file their tax return with the GST department every year, and entrepreneurs and traders who declare their business transactions in the tax system must file their companies “tax returns in the GST system. The GST tax return can be submitted online via a software or app of the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN), which automatically fills in the details of the GSTR form.

A 15-digit GST identification number is issued based on the state code and PAN number. The GST return form is a document that contains the details of the tax credit (GST) paid on purchases, the calculated tax rate, the GST rate for the purchase of goods and services under GST and the tax number (GSTR).

All traders and owners registered in the GST system are required to submit their GST returns online and offline using the relevant forms. GST returns can be submitted online or offline, depending on various relevant factors. A normal business can file two or more tax returns for the same product or service under GST, giving back a total of 25 GST in a year.

Taxpayers, who can vary from manufacturers and suppliers to retailers and consumers, have to file a GST return for each of these items every year.

In the digital age, the government has also stepped on the accelerator in innovation and automation, and for the first time in the country has begun to deliver GST returns online. Tax returns can be made online via an application software introduced by the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN).

This innovative government facility automates the spin-off process and simplifies the process. It calls for the creation of a GSTN (Goods and Services Tax Network), which will bring together information from sellers and buyers, cooperate on the transmission of details and maintain three registers.

The introduction of the GST is a significant tax reform in India, which has proved to be one of the largest economic reforms in India’s history since Independence Day 1947. The GSTN (Goods and Services Tax Network) and its implementation was presented at the 28th GST Council meeting on 21 July 2018. In this article we explain how GST returns are submitted and whether or not you should submit GST returns online.

The GST has simplified the tax return process by integrating information from sellers and buyers of goods and services. This is used by taxpayers registered under the GST to be linked together and to claim and file tax returns for all goods, services and other goods to which they fall. The GST Council and the Treasury Department have developed the Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN) system, which requires taxpayers to properly report their GST returns and the details of their purchases and sales.

Individuals registered under the GST Act are required to provide details of all goods, services and other goods and services for which taxes have been collected and paid. The tax return is a form for the return of goods and services that taxpayers of all kinds have had to file with India’s income tax authorities under the new GST rules. This will ensure that filing GST tax returns is transparent and straightforward for all taxpayers in India.

The GST (Goods and Services Tax) is subject to the Goods and Services Tax Act (GST) of 2017, the GST Act of 2016 and the Income Tax Act of 2017.

The GST tax return is the filing of taxes in GSTR form in accordance with the plate and funding criteria. A business unit whose turnover exceeds 20-40 lakh (optional) a year must file GST returns. If a taxpayer runs his business in India, whether intergovernmental or intra-governmental, he is entitled to file a tax return as required by the GST Council and the Indirect Tax Authority. 

GST Return Filing (Regular Scheme)

GST Return filling in Regular Scheme is applicable on that person, which is Annual Turnover exceed from 1.5cr. If turnover less then 1.5 cr still normal scheme can be chosen. This taxpayers are Return filling GSTR-1 or GSTR-3 on Monthly basis.

GST Return Filing (Composition Scheme)

GST Return filling in Composition Scheme is applicable on that person, which is Annual Turnover exceed from 75 lac. GST law where the assessees have to pay tax at a minimum rate based on their turnover. This is mostly similar to the provisions.

Opting GST Composition Scheme to Regular Scheme

Opting GST Composition scheme to Regular, if a business is Registered under the composition scheme of GST and cross the limit of 1.5 crores within the Financial year, Business registration has to change to Regular, and the business has to Submit GSTR-4 for the current quarter and GSTR-1 also from the month in which he crossed the limit.

Documents required

  • Pan Card
  • Aadhar Card
  • Trade Name and product & Service Description
  • Lease Agreement (If Office is Rented)
  • No Objection Certificate (NOC) form landlord
  • Electricity Bill
  • Passport Size Photograph
  • Bank statement/Cancel Cheque
  • Property Papers (If Owned) with Electricity Bills
Documents required for filing regular return are same as below for Annual Period also for Individuals as well as for Organisations


GST return filing – regular scheme for Individuals

Documents required are as below:

  • ITC details for claim input credit.
  • Challan creation for GST Tax payment.
  • Once month collection sale purchase bills/register.

GST return filing – regular scheme for Organisations

Documents required are as below:

  • ITC details for claim input credit.
  • Challan creation for GST Tax payment.
  • Once month collection sale purchase bills/register

Documents for filing return composition scheme

  • GST Registration certificate.
  • GST user Id and Password.
  • Registered Mobile no.
  • Registered Email Id.
  • Submitted application form GSTIN portal process for Regular Taxpayers.

GST return for filing Composition Scheme (CMP-08)

  • Outward Supply Details (Sales) 3 Months
  • GST Login Credentials
  • Registered Mobile no and Email id.

Response of GST Notice

The GST Suvidha Kendra has experts team to safeguard you for your rights, in case you get a notice or a show cause notice from the GST officials. You may submit the copy of notice by email along with required documents and we give you the best cost or fee to give a professional response to the notice of the GST officials. These documents / information is necessarily required to be submitted to us

  • GST Login Credentials
  • Copy of Notice
  • Registered Mobile Number
  • Registered Email-id.


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