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GST filing refers to the process of submitting GST returns, which is a statement of all sales, purchases, and taxes paid or collected during a specific period. The GST filing process is mandatory for all businesses and individuals registered under the GST regime, irrespective of their turnover or profitability.

GST Filing Requirements

  • Log in to the GST portal ( using your username and password.
  • Click on the 'Services' tab and select 'Returns Dashboard.
  • Select the relevant return form and the financial year or tax period for which you want to file the return.
  • Fill in all the necessary details and upload the required documents.
  • Once you have reviewed and confirmed the information, submit the return.

All businesses registered under GST are required to file GST returns. This includes regular taxpayers, composition scheme taxpayers, and non-resident taxpayers.

You can check the status of your GST returns from the GST Portal itself. The process is quite a straightforward one.

Businesses with a turnover of up to Rs. 5 crores can opt to file their GST returns every quarter. However, they also have the option to file their returns every month if they choose.

Regular taxpayers are required to file their first GST return (GSTR-3B) within 20 days of the end of the month in which they are registered.

Composition scheme taxpayers are required to file their first GST return (CMP-08) within 18 months of registration.