GST R-1 to 11

GSTR-1

GSTR1 or return of outward provides should be filed by all taxpayers having regular GST registration. The due date for filing GSTR1 returns is the tenth of each month. For July, September and October, the GST returns due dates are completely different from the conventional schedule.

GSTR-2

GSTR-2 or return of inward provides should be filed by all taxpayers having regular GST registration. The due date for filing GSTR-2 is the fifteenth of each month. But for July, September and October, GSTR-2 return due dates are completely different from the conventional schedule.

GSTR-3

GSTR-3 or monthly GST return should be filed by a remunerator when filing GSTR-1 and GSTR-2 returns. GSTR-3 is due for the twentieth of each month. But for July, September and October, GSTR-2 returns due dates are completely different from the conventional schedule.

GSTR-4

GSTR-4 return should be filed by remunerator registered underneath the GST composition theme. GSTR-4 may be a quarterly come back that's due on the eighteenth of October, January, April and July months.

GSTR-5

GSTR-5 return should be filed by persons registered underneath GST as a non-resident non-exempt person. GSTR-5 is due on the twentieth of each month.

GSTR-6

GSTR-6 return should be filed by persons registered underneath GST as associate degree input service distributor. GSTR-6 return is due on the thirteenth of each month.

GSTR-7

GSTR-7 return should be filed by all tax-payers needing to deduct tax at supply (GST TDS). Under GST, solely bound government agencies are needed to deduct tax at supply when getting registration. Hence, GSTR-7 is due just for those entities having GST TDS registration. GSTR-7 is due on the tenth of each month.

GSTR-8

GSTR-8 return should be filed by tax-payers needed to gather tax at supply. E-commerce operators are needed to gather tax at supply. Hence, associate degree persons operating an e-commerce venture should register for TCS, collect tax at supply and file GSTR-8 return before the tenth of each month.

GSTR-9

GSTR-9 is GST annual return that has got to be filed by all regular tax-payers. Details submitted with GSTR-9 should be audited if the entity includes a turnover of around Rs.2 crores. GSTR-9 is due on or before the thirty first of December.

GSTR-10

GSTR-10 return should be filed by a person whose GST registration has been off or relinquished. GSTR-10 should be filed inside three months of the date of cancellation order or surrender.

GSTR-11

GSTR-11 should be filed by persons having distinctive Identity Number. GST distinctive Identity Number is assigned to diplomatic building, Embassies and UN world organizations for claiming refund on inward provides.