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    Indirect Tax

    Goods and Service Tax law now governs the major portion of the indirect tax system in India.

    Compliance Requirement

    The suppliers registered under this regime need to fulfill the compliance requirement regularly.


    Based on the turnover and the activities, the requirements and period of filing returns are prescribed under law.

    Benefits of GST Return filing

    Seamless flow of ITCC

    The tax already paid by the supplier is deducted from the liability to pay taxes. If the tax paid and collected transaction is recorded through filing return by both the parties, the Input Tax Credit can be passed on to the buyer and not otherwise. The registered person cannot claim the input credit if the return is not filed on time.

    Simple and common form for all taxes

    Under the GST regime, three different types of taxes are collected – IGST, CGST & SGST. The information about all three taxes paid or collected is required to be recorded in a single form itself. The online filing system is simplified under this regime which and is further proposed to be more simplified through one form of filing for recording all transactions.

    Score higher compliance rating

    To monitor the compliance structure, the GST Network has introduced the mechanism of compliance rating. This is where all the registered persons are provided ratings based on their regularity of fulfilling the compliance and payment of taxes. The compliance ratings are publicly available on the website. The regular taxpayer is ranked with higher compliance ratings.

    Avoid penalty and interest

    For delay in filing return, the taxpayer is charged with a late fee of ₹ 50 for each day of a delay till the actual date of filing. To avoid such heavy penalties, the return must be filed without any delay. The taxpayers with no tax liability also have to file the returns to avoid the late fee of ₹ 20 for each day of delay. Interest at the rate of 18% p.a. is payable on the outstanding tax liability.

    Documents Required

    Digital Signature


    Log-in credentials

    Details of Supplies


    Process for filing return

    Information collection from the details shared by the taxpayer manually or from dedicated GST ready Accounting Software

    Documentation and reconciliation of the information filed

    Preparation of GST return

    Payment of tax by the taxpayer, if required

    Online GST return filing

    Acknowledgment of filing the GST Returns

    online registration

    How to File GST Return Online in 3 Easy Steps

    • Pick a Package that best fits your requirements
    • Spare less than 10 minutes to fill in our questionnaires
    • Provide basic details & documents required for registration
    • Make payment through secured payment gateways
    • Assigned Relationship Manager
    • Reconciliation of the information filed
    • Preparation and filing of GST return
    • Acknowledgment of filing GST returns
    • All it takes is 3 working days*

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    Every registered dealer, whether being a normal supplier or otherwise must file the return based on the transactions or activities involved in the business. Non-filing of the same may lead to default and may attract a penalty or additional fees.


    Tax Payment or any penalty, fees, etc. are accepted through the following modes;

    • Internet Banking
    • NEFT or RTGS

    This amount shall be credited to the electronic cash ledger of the registered dealer.


    By filling the returns with the Government, the information and details will be intimated to the Government. Further, the data provided will measure the liability of the Tax-payer. Also, returns filing help you claim the eligible Input Credit. In addition to which the regular filing will count on higher rating in the GST Compliance Rating.


    Any supply i.e. transaction such as the sale, transfer, barter, exchange, license, rental, lease or disposal made or agreed to be made for a consideration, of taxable goods or services, needs to be considered as a taxable event under the GST Act.


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