No extension of last date for filing GSTR-1 for July, 2017 No extension of last date for filing GSTR-1 for July, 2017 The last date for filing GSTR-1 for the month of July, 2017 is 10th October, 2017. http://india-gst.in/no-extension-of-last-date-for-filing-gstr-1-for-july-2017/
GSTR – 2A is an auto-populated draft inward supplies return based on the supplier of goods or services filed through GSTR – 1 (outward supplies), GSTR – 5 ( filed by non-resident taxable person), GSTR – 6 (filed by input service distributor), GSTR – 6 (filed by Tax deductor at source) & GSTR – 7 (filed by a person collecting tax at source).
In GSTR – 3B, the tax implications on the credit notes, debit notes & purchases from unregistered dealers which are falling under RCM have to be reported and paid, in case of f the taxpayer has missed all these documents, they can upload the same in GSTR – 1 and GSTR – 2 and this will automatically get updated in the GSTR – 3 and the tax liability can be settled and be GST compliant.
If a taxpayer has missed any outward supplies or inward supplies invoices amounts while filing GSTR – 3B, those invoices can be included in the GSTR – 1 and GSTR – 2 and the output liability and input tax credit will be considered in the GSTR – 3 and if any amount is payable the same can be paid. As there is no edit option available for GSTR – 3B, this approach can be taken and be tax compliant.
In case if the supplier of the goods or services has uploaded the invoice but not filed the GSTR – 1 return, the same will be shown in “invalid” status in the GSTR – 2A of the recipient of the goods or services or both.
If the supplier of goods or services does not file his GSTR – 1 by the said date and the recipient of the goods or services or both have filed GSTR – 2, then the supplier of goods or services or both cannot modify the invoice, the supplier has to accept or reject the same.
The due dates for the return of GSTR have bee extended and now there are few Do’s and Dont’s issued by the Department. Please follow them.