The Indian Government has introduced the Goods & Serve Tax (GST) law to smash Indirect Tax Reform, which by dismantling inter-state barriers has created a shared national market, with effect from 1 July 2017 onwards.

What is GSTR 2?

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GSTR-2 is a purchase return that must be submitted by all GST licenced individuals. In the GSTR 2,…

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What is GSTR 2A?

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GSTR 2A contains information related to the purchase that the GST portal produces automatically for each company. Whenever…

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What is GSTR 3B?

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In comparison to GSTR 1 and GSTR 2 forms, GSTR-3B is essentially a monthly self-declaration submitted by a…

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What is GSTR 1?

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GSTR 1 is a quarterly or monthly return that provides information about a business or individual's outward supplies.…

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What is GSTR 9C?

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GSTR 9C - Any enrolled individual whose turnover throughout an FY exceeds ₹5 crores must have his financial…

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What is GSTR 9?

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GSTR 9 is a yearly return that registered taxpayers must file underneath the GST). As it is an…

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