GSTR – 1
Return for Outward Supplies
GSTR-1 is a return of outward supplies to be filed by a normally registered taxpayer under GST. In other words, this monthly/quarterly return showcase the sales transactions of a business in a particular month/quarter.
GSTR – 2
Return for Inward Supplies
GSTR-2 is a return of inward supply of goods and services as acknowledged by the recipient. GSTR-2 contains data with regard to purchase made by the recipient in a particular month/quarter.
GSTR – 2A
Read Only Return
GSTR-2A is read only Return. This Return gets auto-populated only when the supplier of goods and services uploads the data in GSTR-1. Hence, GSTR-2A enables the recipient to check the details uploaded by the supplier in GSTR 1. In GSTR-2 recipient of goods and services could accept, reject, modify the invoices.
GSTR – 3B
Summary of Inward and Outward Supplies
GSTR 3B is a monthly summary return of inward and outward supplies. It shows GST liabilities of the taxpayer for the tax period in question. GSTR-3B is to filed very carefully as it cannot be revised.
GSTR – 4
Return For Composition Dealers
GSTR-4 is a return which is to be filed by a registered taxpayer who has availed up for the Composition Scheme. Under the said scheme, taxpayers having an annual turnover less than Rs 1.5 Crores need to pay tax at a fixed rate.
GSTR – 5
Return For Non-Resident Taxable Person
GSTR-5 is a return filed by non-resident taxable person. The return includes data regarding: inward supplies, outward supplies, interest, penalty, fees, tax payable or tax paid, any other amount payable under the act.
GSTR – 6
Return For Input Service Distributors
GSTR 6 is a return that every Input Service Distributor has to file. This return provides information of all the bills on which credit has been received and are issued by an input service distributer. Basically, it gives a complete summary of the total ITC available for distribution during a particular month.
GSTR – 7
Return For Taxpayers Deducting TDS
GSTR 7 is to be filed by the deductors, who are required to deduct TDS under GST regime. This return consists of details regarding: TDS, liability towards TDS, TDS Refund claimed, Interest, late fees etc.
GSTR – 8
Return For E-Commerce Operators Collecting TCS
GSTR 8 is to be filed by every electronic commerce operator who is required to deduct Tax Collected at Source under GST regime. This return shows the data of the supplies made by an e-commerce portal and the amount of tax collected from the suppliers.
GSTR – 9
Annual Return For Normal Registered Taxpayer Under GST
Every registered taxpayer shall furnish electronically an annual return for every financial year in the prescribed form, except the following: Input Service Distributor, Person paying tax under section 51 or section 52, Casual taxable person, Non-resident taxable person.
GSTR – 9A
Annual Return For Composition Dealers
GSTR 9A is the annual return that every composition levy has to file every year. This return is in addition to the quarterly returns filed by a composition dealer during the year. Thus, GSTR 9A is an annual return filed by a composition dealer containing details that relate to the quarterly returns filed by him during the year.
GSTR – 9B
Annual Return For E-Commerce Operators Collecting TCS
Electronic commerce operator is required to collect tax at source and have to furnish annual statement in GSTR -9B. This return includes all the information furnished by the e-commerce operators in the monthly returns filed during the financial year.
GSTR – 9C
Return For Registered Persons Getting Accounts Audited From CA
Every registered person having an aggregate turnover of more than Rs. 2 crores during a financial year must get his accounts audited by a Chartered Accountant or cost accountant. The Chartered Accountant or cost accountant he needs to submit the annual return, copy of the audited accounts and a reconciliation statement. This reconciliation statement is in Form GSTR 9C. Actually, GSTR 9C is a reconciliation statement which reconciles value of supplies declared in annual return with the audited annual accounts.
GSTR – 10
Return For Registered Person Whose GST Registration Gets Cancelled
GSTR-10 is a final return required to be filed by a registered person whose GST Registration gets cancelled.
GSTR – 11
Return For UIN (Unique Identification Number) Holders
GSTR-11 is to be filed by a person who has been allotted a Unique Identification Number (UIN). UIN enables the registered person to claim refunds for GST paid on goods and services purchased.
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