Filing GST return will be one of the most important business tasks. It will ensure compliance, help claim Input tax credits and also ensure that your customers get their credits. Timely filing of returns and payment of taxes shall also decide your GST compliance rating.
The GST compliance rating shall have a huge bearing on how business will be conducted in India as large corporates would avoid businesses who have a low rating for the fear of losing tax credits on account of poor compliance.
A normal taxable person has to file 3 GST returns for every month viz Sales related (outward supplies), Purchase related (inward supplies) and final return (consolidated statement of sales and purchases) along with payment of taxes. The dates for the returns are fixed as 10th, 15th and 20th of the next month respectively.
We have developed easy to use GST software solution for meeting GST compliances. It is a desktop application where multiple users can work at the same time. The application has been developed in .Net Framework. The .NET Framework provides a comprehensive programming model for building all kinds of applications on Windows, from mobile to web to desktop. Simplicity and intuitiveness have been the basic theme behind the design of the application.
Create as many companies that you have in your domain. Enable all the GSTIN’s for each of your company. Upload and download any number of Invoices. Look for summaries, tax ledgers, reports before you file your returns.
Reconcile your data and be sure that you are claiming all your input credits, move your credits to the liability account, claim your refunds on time.
Convert your proprietary accounting output data which may be in text, csv or dbf format to Excel and use our import templates to upload your data to the Government servers.
Find the HSN / SAC code of the goods and services that you deal in along with the tax rates.
The software application is provided free. There are no upgrade or AMC charges.
Depending upon the type of the taxpayer (Normal, composition etc) you will need to pay an annual subscription charge to file your GST returns.
The turnover of your domain (i.e all the companies for which you shall file the GST returns) shall decide the charges to be paid. Please look at the table below:
|Annual Subscription* (For Normal Taxpayer)|
|5 crs||10 crs||12,500|
|10 crs||25 crs||17,500|
|25 crs||50 crs||21,000|
|50 crs||100 crs||32,500|
|100 crs||Plus||Please Contact Us|
Your data lies with you! Since the data is hosted on your desktop or your LAN the data doesnʼt go out of your premises. Only if you permit us, we shall store the data on our servers for safe keeping. All the Invoice data (both sales and purchase) used for filing the returns is encrypted before being sent to the Government server.
Our servers are hosted at Microsoft Azure Data Centre (ISO 27001:2013 certified). Connection between our severs and the Government server is through dedicated leased lines provided by Tata Communications Limited.
Our Software shall enable all tax payers (viz Normal, Casual, Composition, Input Service Distributors etc) to file their returns. The table given below gives an overview of the compliance and the due dates.
|GSTR-1||Outward sale by Business||Quarterly||For the month of Jan 2018 to March 2018 the due date is 18.04.2018.|
|GSTR-1||Outward sale by Business||Monthly||For the month of March 2018 the due date is 10.05.2018, For the month of April 2018 due date is 31.05.2018. and For the month of May 2018 due date is 10.06.2018, and For the month of June 2018 due date is 10.07.2018|
|GSTR-2||Purchase made by Business||Monthly||To be uploaded by 15th of next month. For the months of July 2017 to March 2018, dates are yet to be announced.|
|GSTR-1A||Outward supplies as added, corrected or deleted by the recipient||Monthly||To be downloaded after the 15th of next month. Dates shall be announced along with GSTR2 due dates.|
|GSTR-2A||Inward supplies made available to the recipient on the basis of GSTR-1 furnished by the supplier.||Monthly||To be downloaded after the 10th of next month. Dates shall be announced along with GSTR2 due dates.|
|GSTR-3||GST monthly return along with the payment of tax||Monthly||To be uploaded by 20th of next month. For the month of July 2017 to March 2018 dates are yet to be announced.|
|GSTR-3B||GST Return (Along with payment of taxes)||Monthly||For the month of March 2018 the due date is 20.04.2018 and For the month of April 2018 the due date is 20.05.2018|
|GSTR-4||GST quarterly return for Composition Taxpayers||Quarterly||For January 2018 to March 2018 the due date is 18.04.2018.|
|GSTR-5||Periodic GST return for Non-Resident Foreign Taxpayer||Monthly||To be uploaded by 20th of the next month & within 7 days of expiry of registration. For March 2018 the due date is 20.04.2018.|
|GSTR-5A||Periodic GST return for Non-Resident Foreign Taxpayer||Monthly||For the month of March 2018 the due date is 20.04.2018|
|GSTR-6||Return for Input Service Distributor (ISD)||Monthly||For July 2017 to April 2018 due date has been announced as 31.05.2018.|
|GSTR-7||GST Return for TDS||Monthly||Presently the implementation of TDS deduction is kept under abeyance|
|GSTR-8||GST Return for E-commerce Operator||Monthly||Presently the implementation of TCS is kept under abeyance|
|GSTR-9||GST Annual return||Annual Return||To be uploaded by 31st December of next Financial year.|
|GSTR-9A||Annual Return||Monthly||To be uploaded by 31st December of next Financial year.|
|GSTR-10||Final Return where registration has been surrendered or cancelled.||Annual Return||To be uploaded by 31st December of next Financial year.|
|GSTR-10A||Final Return where registration has been surrendered or cancelled.||Annual Return|
|GSTR-11||File Inward supplies statement by UIN holders||Monthly||To be uploaded by 28th of the next month.|