GST filling or GSTR filling is required basic knowledge of computer and internet operating skill. How to file GSTR? Using GST portal login ID and password you can file the GST reports. You also ensure that you should generated GSTR report JSON file using offline GSTR utility tools.
From July 1st, 2017 Indian government introduced GST a Goods and Services tax. Indian business now should register for GST and sell product or provide services by charging defined GST taxes rates. Business should provide GST Invoice to customer where clearly display the GST number called GSTIN of Business and must follow GST rules and guideline. Sleek Bill is the one of the best GST invoicing software where you get standard and approved GST ready invoice template. Sleek Bill GST Billing software help you to create errorless invoices in less than a minute. Sleek Bill online version yearly business plan does not charge any support charges.
Before GST, in India VAT , excise, service tax such taxation system was used, after GST launched now such type of taxes not applicable for any type of business. GST taxation system simplify all taxation system and very easy to understand for any human being. GST system have unique tax rates, simple rules for tax filling on GST portal “gst.gov.in“. With GSTIN (GST Identification Number) i.e. GST number which received after GST registration any business can file GST taxes.
Every business from any industry type are eligible for register their business in GST. However, small business may register their business under composition scheme. Government of India made compulsion to register their business in GST who have turn over more than INR250000. Although the guideline for GST and composition scheme registration is available on government GST portal. Generally in India here is three sector/type of business exist 1. Trading 2. Service 3. Manufacturing one more business type is comes under Export & Import category. Each business sector need to registered in GST but the Export & Import category business need to register in other related licenses and taxation system along with mandatory GST registration.
A small business whose turn over is less than INR2000000 & they to do business within own state are eligible for composition scheme under GST system. Where as unlike GSTR1 & GSTR3B, Composition Scheme business holder need to file GSTR4 this is a dedicated report. Instead of CGST , SGST & IGST they need to pay only CGST & SGST. Also no need to pay full tax like 3%, 5%, 12%, 18%, 28%. Composition scheme holder only need to pat either 1% or 2% its depend on your product and service categories. The conclusion is, for local small business composition scheme is very useful instead of registration in GSTIN.
PAN Card of your business or PAN of the Proprietor.
Valid Mobile Phone Number for OTP (One Time Password)
Valid e-mail ID for OTP (One Time Password)
Aadhaar Number (other than companies / LLP)
For NRI or Other then Indian citizen Passport Number
Residential Address Proof
Legal Ownership document
DSC is mandatory in case of LLP and Companies.
Bank Account Details
Photograph of Own (Note that file should be in PDF or JPEG and size below than 1MB)
DIN number is mandatory in case of:• Private Limited Company• Public Limited Company• Public Sector Undertaking• Unlimited Company Foreign Company registered in India
In GST taxation system, government confirmed the following taxes slabs. This taxes are apply on various goods and services categories wise.
3%, 5%, 12% 18% & 28% are the most commonly used tax slabs for businesses.
n service sector mostly use 18% tax on service charges/amount.
To know which tax is applicable for your goods or service, better way is contact to your charter accountant and confirm from them.
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But once you learn basic fact of filling GST report the you can file GST. The main requirement you should know to file GST.
1.Your GST log in id and password, without this you can not login to GST portal for filling GST report.
2.Your company or firm GSTR3B, GSTR1 and if applicable GSTR4 reports. You should ensure that the reports are is in correct format and accurate as per invoices made
3.GST Filling Offline Tool, this GSTR1 & GSTR2 tool you can download very easily from Here Download Offline GST Filling Tool
4.For filling GSTR3B you need to download separate tool from Here Download GSTR3B Utility Offline Tool
5.To file GSTR4 (this is for composition scheme) you also need to download separate tool format Here Download GSTR4 Offline Utility Tool
6.Once you downloaded GST JSON file for each report like GSTR1, GSTR2, GSTR3B or GSTR4 from offline utility tools log in to GST government portal.
7.After logged in to GST portal, first create challan for GSTR3B. Note that for each business the due date to pay GSTR3B challan is 20th of each month. So to avoid slow down GST site/portal make and pay GSTR3B challan within 1st to 10th of each month It help you to avoid late fees penalty.
8.Once create challan cross check it, because sometime instead of SGST by mistake we put amount in Cess field, so make sure that you added the amount in required heads only.
9.After saving the challan save the same and again confirm. If found it’s correct then pay the challan. To pay pay challan amount you have three options. Choosing any one required option you can pay. If you have net banking for your current bank account then do not choose NEFT or RGTS select Net Banking.
10.Save the paid challan the file GSTR3B by uploading downloaded JSON file from offline GSTR3B tool.
11.Same way you can file GSTR4 and other GSTR reports. Just basic computer and internet handling knowledge is required for filling GST report.