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GST Return: Types of Forms in GST Returns and their Due Date

GST Return: Types of Forms in GST Returns and their Due Date

GST (Goods and Services Tax) return is a record of invoices for supply and receives of goods and services during the business process. Under the Indian GST law, a normal taxpayers, composition taxpayers, casual taxpayers, non-resident taxpayers, TDS Deductors, Input Service Distributors (ISDs) have to file certain returns electronically by different class of persons with different cut-off dates. The return mechanism is designed to assist taxpayers to file returns and avail Input Tax Credit (ITC).

ITC (Input Tax Credit) can available only on provisional basis for a period of two months until payment of tax and filing of valid return by the supplier. Credit of returns can available from supplier to recipient, in case of matching information at invoice level otherwise ITC to be reverse in case of mismatch. Receiving credit will help to fight for huge evasion of taxes.

Under GST, a regular taxpayer needs to furnish monthly returns and one annual return. For composition taxpayer should have to file Quarterly returns. Likewise, there are separate returns for a taxpayer who is registered under GST as non-resident taxpayer, taxpayer registered as Input Service Distributors (ISDs), a person liable to deduct or collect the tax (TDS/TCS) and a person granted Unique Identification Number. A taxpayer need not file all the types of returns. As a matter of fact, they are required to file returns according to the activities of their business.

All the GST matters are to be filed through online. If you need our assistance on GST registration in Bangalore, Karnataka we will be glad to complete all your GST return process to avoid penalties relating to returns and get tax benefit or GST Returns can be done by filing anyone of the following methods:

  1. By GSTN Portal (
  2. By Offline utilities provided by GSTN
  3. By GST Suvidha Providers (GSPs) – If you are already using the services of ERP providers such as Tally, SAP, Oracle etc., there is a high likelihood that these ERP providers would provide inbuilt solutions in the existing ERP systems

Here you can follow the table list on various types of returns, due date and forms under GST Law:

Returns Form


Who Liable to File

Due Date for Filing


Monthly Statement of Outward supplies of Goods or Services

Registered Person

10th of the next month


Monthly Statement of Inward supplies of Goods or Services

Registered Person

15th of the next month


Monthly Return for a normal taxpayer

Registered Person

20th of the next month


Quarterly Return

Taxable Person opting for Composition Levy

8th of the month succeeding the quarter


Monthly Return for a non-resident taxpayer

Non-resident taxpayer

20th of the month


Monthly Return for an Input Service

Input Service Distributor

13th of the next month


Monthly Return for authorities deducting tax at source

Tax Deductor

10th of the next month


Monthly Statement for E-Commerce Operator depicting supplies effecting through it

E-Commerce Operator

10th of the next month


Annual Return

Registered Person other than an ISD, TDS/TCS Taxpayer, Casual Taxable Person and Non-resident Taxpayer

31st December of next financial year


Final Return

Taxable Person whose registration has been surrendered or cancelled

Within 3 months of the date of cancellation or date of order of cancellation whichever is later


GST Filing Process

GST filing is easy and simple process but have to through proper way. A normal taxpayer has to file the following returns:

GSTR-1 (Statement of Outward Supplies):

  1. This return signifies the tax liability of the supplier for the supplies effected during the previous month.
  2. It needs to be filed by the 10th of every month in relation to supplies effected during the previous month. For example, a statement of all the outward supplies made during the month of July 2017 needs to be filed by 10th August, 2017.

GSTR-2 (Statement of Inward Supplies):

  1. This return signifies accumulation of ITC (Input Tax Credit) from the inputs received during the previous month.
  2. It is auto-populated from the GSTR-1s filed by the corresponding suppliers of the Taxpayer except for a few fields like imports and purchases from unregistered suppliers.
  3. It needs to be filed by the 15th of every month in relation to supplies received during the previous month. For example, a statement of all the inward supplies received during the month of July 2017 needs to be filed by 15th August, 2017.

GSTR-3: This is a consolidated return. It needs to be filed by the 20th of every month. It consolidates the following details

  1. Outward Supplies (Auto-Populated from GSTR-1)
  2. Inward Supplies (Auto-Populated from GSTR-2)
  3. ITC availed
  4. Tax Payable
  5.  Tax Paid (Using both Cash and ITC)
  6. Payment should be made on or before 20th of every month.

Annual Return:

GST annual return needs to be filed by 31st December of the next Financial Year. In this return, the taxpayer needs to furnish details of expenditure and details of income for the entire Financial Year.

GST (Goods & Services Tax) is a Boon for Household Items

GST (Goods & Services Tax) is a Boon for Household Items

Goods and Services Tax (GST) is economic freedom from cascading and complicated tax regime. GST will bring in not only transparency but also economic integration. And economic integration will strengthen the national integration. This is the larger objective of GST Council.

The goods and services tax (GST) is a radical step towards the country’s transformation into a common market. GST is applicable mainly for manufacturer, service provider and trader. In other word we can say GST is applicable for businesses and won’t affect directly to the salaried class, self-employed professionals and mostly for normal people.

So common man can take the benefits of GST, these people have no worry about the implementation of goods and services tax. It will drive their live better; GST is helpful for household items which are used regularly by common man. I think a single tax can bring down prices for most households.

Here you can see the different categories of tax rates on various items that we are using regularly in our day-to-day life.

Goods and Services Tax (GST) @ 0%

  • Unpackaged Food Grains
  • Fresh Vegetables
  • Unbranded Atta
  • Unbranded Maida
  • Unbranded Besan
  • Gur
  • Milk
  • Eggs
  • Curd
  • Lassi
  • Unpackaged Paneer
  • Unbranded Natural Honey
  • Palmyra Jaggery
  • Salt
  • Kajal
  • Phool Bhari Jhadoo
  • Children’s Drawing and Colouring Books
  • Education Services
  • Health Services

Goods and Services Tax (GST) @ 5%

  • Sugar
  • Tea
  • Roasted Coffee Beans
  • Edible Oils
  • Skimmed Milk Powder
  • Milk Food for Babies
  • Packed Paneer
  • Cashew Nuts
  • Raisin
  • PDS Kerosene
  • Domestic LPG
  • Footwear (upto Rs. 500)
  • Apparels (upto Rs. 1000)
  • Agarbatti
  • Coir Mats

Goods and Services Tax (GST) @ 12%

  • Butter
  • Ghee
  • Almonds
  • Fruits Juice
  • Packed Coconut Water
  • Preparation of Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts or other parts of Plants including Pickle, Murabba, Chuntey, Jam and Jelly
  • Umbrella
  • Mobiles

Goods and Services Tax (GST) @ 18%

  • Hair Oil
  • Toothpaste
  • Soap
  • Pasta
  • Corn Flakes
  • Soups
  • Ice-Cream
  • Toiletries
  • Computers
  • Printers

Really GST will helpful to integrate the nation’s economic growth and development by binding a single thread of tax system in all over the India.

GST Brings Benefits for All

GST Brings Benefits for All

GST becomes a reality today. Building a new India through One Nation, One Tax and One Market.

GST is a good and simple tax. It is a tax for new India, a digital India. It doesn’t just promote easy of doing business but also show the way forward as a way of doing business.

How GST will get helpful for all? See brief information is given below:

Common Man Friendly:

  • Huge number of items are either tax exempt or in 5% tax bracket.
  • Maximum benefits to the poor and the common man.
  • Will ensure that the poor get their due.
  • Level playing field for small traders in any part of the country.

Advantages for Trade and Industry:

  • Common procedures for registration, duty payment, return filing and refund of taxes.
  • Seamless flow of tax credit from manufacture / supplier to user / retailer to eliminate cascading of taxes.
  • More efficient neutralization of taxes to make our exports more competitive internationally.
  • Benefit of exemption / composition of scheme for a large segment of small scale suppliers to make their products cheaper.

Benefits to Economy:

  • To create a unified common National market.
  • To make India a manufacturing hub.
  • To boost investments and exports.
  • To generate more employment by increased economic activity.

Simplified Tax Structure:

  • Reduction in multiplicity of taxes now levied on goods & services, leading to simplification.
  • Simpler tax regime with fewer exemptions.
  • Harmonization of laws, procedures and rates of tax across the country.
  • Common system of classification of goods & services to ensure certainty in tax administration.

Creating One Economic India:

  • Freedom of movement of goods and services.
  • Consumers to benefits by increased competition.
  • Level playing field for producers and consumers across the country.
  • Strengthening the sense of nationhood and unity.

GST is not only for goods and services tax but also a good and simple tax really.

You can have check out our previous articles based on Goods and Services Tax (GST) in below

GST Council Finalizes the Rates for Goods and Services

GST Updates Proper Fitment of Tax for Products

GST Slab Rate in India

GST Council Sets New Tax Rates for Products and Services