Last date to file GST annual returns extended till 30 November as taxpayers face technical problems
Earlier, GST taxpayers were to file required returns by 31 August
GSTR 9 is an annual return to be filed yearly by taxpayers registered under the Goods and Services Tax
GSTR 9 consists of details regarding the outward and inward supplies made or received under different tax heads
GSTR-9C is filed by those whose annual turnover exceeds Rs 2 crore
New Delhi: The finance ministry on Monday said the last date for filing annual GST returns has been extended by three months to 30 November as taxpayers were facing technical problems in furnishing returns.
Earlier, GST taxpayers were to file required returns by 31 August.
"It is hereby informed that the last date for furnishing of annual return in the Form GSTR-9 / Form GSTR-9A and reconciliation statement in the Form GSTR-9C for the financial year 2017-18 is extended from August 31, 2019 to November 30, 2019," the Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs (CBIC) said in a statement.
GSTR 9 is an annual return to be filed yearly by taxpayers registered under the Goods and Services Tax (GST). It consists of details regarding the outward and inward supplies made or received under different tax heads.
While extending the date, the CBIC said "certain technical problems are being faced" by the taxpayers as a result annual return for the period 1 July, 2017 to 31 March, 2018 could not be furnished by persons registered under GST.
GSTR-9C is filed by those whose annual turnover exceeds Rs 2 crore. It is a statement of reconciliation between GSTR-9 and the audited annual financial statement, while GSTR-9A is the annual return to be filed those who have opted for the Composition Scheme under GST.
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