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Our Expert Team at Avery Biz Solutions is here to help you demystify GST return filing. Learn about the nuances, types, and benefits of GST return filing with our comprehensive guide.

Welcome to Avery Biz Solutions, your trusted partner for all your GST return filing needs. Our comprehensive GST return filing services are tailored to meet the specific requirements of businesses in India. With our expertise and commitment to excellence, we ensure a hassle-free and compliant GST filing process. 

Let us guide you through the intricacies of GST return filing, ensuring accuracy and timeliness at every step.

Confused about GST Return Filing?

Welcome to Avery Biz Solutions.

Our Expert Team at Avery Biz Solutions is here to help you demystify GST return filing. Learn about the nuances, types, and benefits of GST return filing with our comprehensive guide.

What is GST Retun Filing?

GST Return Filing is the process of submitting your tax liability details to the government, involving the reporting of your income, expenses, and other essential information to ensure compliance with India’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) regulations.

GST, an indirect tax on the supply of goods and services in India, requires every registered taxpayer to file GST returns. These returns are crucial for calculating tax liability. As GST regulations continuously evolve, it’s vital to stay updated to ensure accurate return filing. Our GST return filing service simplifies this for you. Our experts handle the filing process, eliminating the need for you to track due dates and ensuring your compliance with GST rules.

Documents Required for GST Annual Return Filing

✔ Invoices for individuals with GSTIN or B2B invoices.

✔ Invoices for individuals without GSTIN or B2C invoices (if total value exceeds ₹2.5 lakhs).

✔ Consolidation of inter-state sales.

✔ HSN-wise summary of all goods sold.

✔ Debit or credit notes, along with advance receipts.

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Types of GST Returns and their Due Dates

Understanding the various types of GST returns and their respective deadlines is crucial for maintaining compliance. From GSTR-1 to GSTR-11, each return serves a specific purpose. Here’s an overview of the types and their due dates:

✔ GSTR-1 (Monthly): Tax returns for outward supplies. Due on the 10th of every month for taxpayers with a turnover exceeding Rs.1.5 crores.

✔ GSTR-1 (Quarterly): For taxpayers with a turnover of less than Rs.1.5 crores. Due on the 13th of every quarter.

✔ CMP-08 (Quarterly – Composition Scheme): For composition scheme taxpayers with turnover up to Rs.1 Crore. Due on the 18th of every quarter.

✔ GSTR-4 (Annual – Composition Scheme): Filed annually by composite taxpayers. Due on 30th April.

✔ GSTR-9 (Annual Returns): Mandatory for all entities. Due on 31st December.

✔ GSTR-1, GSTR-2, GSTR-3 Returns: Regular GST returns in sequence, due on the 10th, 15th, and 20th of every month respectively.

✔ GSTR-4 Return: For composition scheme taxpayers. Due on 18th of October, January, April, and July.

✔ GSTR-5 Return: For non-resident taxable persons. Due on the 20th of every month.

✔ GSTR-6 Return: For input service distributors. Due on the 13th of every month.

✔ GSTR-7 Return: For entities with GST TDS registration. Due on the 10th of every month.

✔ GSTR-8 Return: For eCommerce operators. Due on the 10th of every month.

✔ GSTR-9 Return (Annual): GST annual return. Due on or before the 31st of December.

✔ GSTR-10 Return: Filed after cancellation or surrender of GST registration. Within 3 months of cancellation order.

✔ GSTR-11 Return: For persons with Unique Identity Number (UIN). Specific to Consulate, Embassies, and UN Bodies for refund claims

GST Return Filing Process

Filing your GST returns has been streamlined through digital advancements, facilitated by the government’s GST portal and the Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN). Following are the steps showing

How to file GST returns online?

Visit the GST Portal

 Access the official GST portal at to initiate the filing process.

Obtain Your GSTIN

Acquire your 15-digit GST Identification Number (GSTIN), generated based on your state code and PAN.

Upload Invoices

Upload your relevant invoices on the GST portal. Each invoice will receive an individual invoice reference number.

Verify and Submit

Once all invoices, inward and outward returns, and monthly GST filing returns are uploaded, carefully review the entered data and proceed to file your returns.

How to Check GST Return Status ?

A. Tracking Through ARN (Application Reference Number)

  1. Visit the official GST portal and log in.
  2. Go to Services > Returns > Track Return Status.
  3. Enter your ARN sent to your registered email.
  4. Click search for a detailed display of your application’s status.

B. Tracking Through GST Returns Filing Period

  1. Visit the official GST portal and log in.
  2. Go to Services > Returns > Track Return Status.
  3. Choose the GST Return Filing period and input dates using the calendar.
  4. Click search for relevant details.

C. When Tracking Through the Status

  1. Visit the official GST portal and select Search Taxpayer.
  2. Enter your GSTIN ID, fill captcha, and click search.
  3. Information including legal name, registration date, GSTIN/UIN status, and recent GST return data will be displayed.

Types of GST Filing Online Application Status Tracking

Stay updated on the progress of your GST return filing application with a real-time tracking service. The status of your GST return application is a reflection of your compliance efforts. It sheds light on the progress of your obligation fulfillment. There are four distinct statuses that offer essential information:

1. Filed-Valid: This status appears when a registered taxpayer successfully files their GST return while meeting all requirements. It signifies a complete and accurate submission.

2. Filed-Invalid: If there are outstanding or partially paid taxes, this status indicates that the return has been filed but the tax payment is incomplete, whether partially or entirely.

3. To Be Filed: If the due date has not passed yet, this status suggests that the GST return is pending to be filed. It serves as a reminder for timely submission.

4. Submitted But Not Valid: In cases where the return has been validated but still awaits final filing, this status shows that the process is in progress and the filing is pending completion.

Downloading GST Returns Online

Enter your credentials & ‘Login’.

Click ‘File GST Returns’.

Choose year & month and ‘Search’.

Click ‘ View GSTR 1’.

Click ‘Preview’ & ‘Save’

Benefits of GST Annual Return Filing Online


Elimination of Tax Cascading

Previously, tax-on-tax was a burden due to multiple taxes like excise, service tax, and more. GST eradicated this by integrating various taxes, resulting in cost savings.


Higher Threshold

 Small businesses with aggregate turnover below 40 lakhs for goods and 20 lakhs for services are exempt from GST filing, promoting ease for startups and smaller enterprises.


Simplified for Startups and Ecommerce

The GST system streamlines tax management for startups and e-commerce entities. The unified tax structure replaces the complex state-wise tax regulations, simplifying compliance.


Enhanced Organization

GST replaced the chaotic tax filing process with an organized online system. This shift led to smoother tax payments and reduced the complexity associated with tax filing.


Reduced Compliance Burden

The earlier tax system required businesses to manage multiple tax registrations. GST unifies these, minimizing paperwork and administrative challenges.


Input Tax Credit

GST allows businesses to claim input tax credit for taxes paid on inputs, helping in reducing the overall tax liability.


Uniform Tax Rates

 GST promotes uniform tax rates across the nation, eliminating price variations due to varying state taxes.


Ease of Doing Business

With a simplified tax structure, businesses can focus on operations and growth rather than grappling with intricate tax regulations.


Improved Export Competitiveness

GST benefits exporters by providing quicker refunds, enhancing their competitiveness in the global market


Transparency and Compliance

GST encourages transparency through its online system, reducing chances of tax evasion and ensuring compliance.

Who Qualifies for GST Filing Procedure?

Regular Enterprises with Annual Revenue above ₹5 Crore

 Companies with an annual aggregate turnover exceeding ₹5 crore are eligible for GST return filing.

Taxpayers Not Opting for QRMP Plan

Taxpayers who haven’t chosen the Quarterly Return Monthly Payment (QRMP) scheme must file two monthly returns and one annual return under GST.


QRMP Filers

 Businesses under the QRMP scheme must submit nine GSTR forms annually. This includes four GSTR-1, three GSTR-3B forms, and an annual return. Regular payment is mandatory.

Composition Dealers

Composition dealers need to file separate statements and returns. They must submit five GSTR forms annually – 4 statement-cum-challans in CMP-08 and 1 annual return GSTR-4.


Specific Situations

Apart from the mentioned categories, various scenarios necessitate distinct statements and returns as per GST regulations.

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How can these penalties be avoided?

Type of Offense Penalty
Late Filing
₹100 per day, up to a max of ₹5,000
₹100 per day, max quarter percent of turnover
Late Payment of Tax
Interest from due date
Excess Claim of Input Tax Credit
Interest on undue excess claim or reduction
Delayed Payment to Supplier
Interest on overdue amount
Cancellation of Registration
Registration cancellation under specific cases :-
✔ Non-filing of returns for 6 consecutive months by a regular dealer.
✔ Non-filing of returns for 3 consecutive quarters by a composition dealer.
✔ Failure of a voluntarily registered person to initiate business within 6 months of registration.
✔ Obtaining registration through fraudulent, wilful misstatement, or suppression of facts.
Confiscation of Goods/Conveyances
Confiscation, fine of ₹10,000, or tax evaded
Imprisonment and Fine
Imprisonment, fine for specific offenses.
Other Penalties
✔ Fine up to ₹10,000 or tax evaded
✔ Penalty up to ₹25,000 for aiding/abetting

How to File GST Return under the Composition Scheme?

A. Who needs to file?
Taxpayers who are registered under the composition scheme and have an annual aggregate turnover of up to Rs. 1.5 crore.

B. When to file?

✔ Quarterly GST return (CMP-08): Due on the 18th of the month after each quarter (April, July, October, and January).

✔ Annual GST return (GSTR-4): Due on the 30th of April, following a financial year.

C. What to file?

✔ Details of supplies obtained from registered and unregistered persons, including intra-state and inter-state.

✔ A summary of the supplies made to customers.

D. How to file?

Online through the GST Common Portal or a GST Facilitation Centre.

E. Here are some additional points to keep in mind:

✔ If you opt for the composition scheme from the beginning of a financial year, you will need to file monthly GST returns until the due date of furnishing the return for September of the following financial year or the annual return of the preceding financial year, whichever comes first.

✔ The late fees for filing the GST return under the composition scheme are as follows:

  1. CMP-08: Rs. 50 per day per return (up to a maximum of Rs. 2,500 per return).
  2. GSTR-4: Rs. 200 per day per return (up to a maximum of Rs. 10,000 per return).

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