Bookmark your GST Calender 2018
Recording of returns with the Government inside stipulated dates is vital for a citizen to stay away from payment of any Interest and Penalty.
Being the first year of usage of GST law, Government has given a few relaxations to citizens, one such being time expansion for the documenting of GST returns.
A GST date-book can enable you to recollect when to record your profits. Forms GSTR-1, 2, 3 are to be documented by a man enrolled under GST for every month other than the general population who are enlisted under the creation conspire. A man enrolled under the piece conspire needs to record GSTR-4 under GST for each quarter.
For the July 2017 to March 2018, GSTR-3B is likewise required to be documented. GSTR 3B is a straightforward restore that must be documented by each GST registrant.
Here is the quick look for coming Statutory due dates in December 2017 :
Extension of GSTR-1 filing Due Dates
For turnover upto Rs 1.5 cr
|Period (Quarterly)||Due dates|
|July- Sept||10th Jan 2018|
|Oct- Dec||15th Feb 2018|
|Jan- Mar||30th April 2018|
For turnover of more than Rs 1.5 cr
|July to Nov 2017||10th Jan 2018|
|Dec 2017||10th Feb 2018|
|Jan 2018||10th Mar 2018|
|Feb 2018||10th Apr 2018|
|March 2018||10th May 2018|
Others GSTR filing extensions
|Return||Revised Due Date||Old Due Date|
|GSTR-5 (for Non Resident)||31st Jan 2018||11th Dec 2017|
|GSTR-5A(By person supplying OIDAR)||31st Jan 2018||15th Dec 2017|
|GSTR-4 (for Composition Dealers)||24th Dec 2017||18th October 2017|
|GSTR-6 (for Input Service Distributor)||31st Dec 2017||13th August 2017|
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