The meaning of GST is Goods and Service Tax. GST had implement on 1 July, 2017 by Indian government. Company who provides services or sale the goods having turnover more than threshold limit is required to file GST return to GST Department. There are different types of rate of GST such as: 0%, 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%. There are different types of GST return required to filled by company like; GSTR1, GSTR3B, GSTR4 and GSTR9 etc. as applicable. There are some products and services which is not taxed under GST like; petroleum products, alcoholic drinks, electricity, they are separately taxed by State Government. GST replaced many earlier taxes laws like VAT, Excise Duty, Custom Duty and Service Tax. GST is taxed in three parts; central goods and service tax(CGST) which is control by central government, state goods and service tax(SGST) which is control by state government and integrated goods and service tax(IGST) which is control by central government. If any company sold goods within state i.e. intrastate supply, it charged two tax CGST and SGST but if a company sold goods outside state i.e. interstate supply, then charged only one tax IGST.
In GST every product has its own HSN code. HSN Code is need at the time of invoicing goods. HSN code have 2 digit number and 4 digit number which is depend on total turnover of company. The official website of GST is www.gst.gov.in.
GSTR1 is a return filled on monthly and quarterly by GST users. GSTR1 is filled monthly and quarterly is based on total turnover of company, like if a company have total turnover is above 1.5 lakh it filled on monthly and if a company have total turnover is below 1.5 lakh it filled on quarterly. GSTR1 is filled by offline and online on GST portal.
Contain details about inward supplies of taxable goods and services, and due date of filling return is after 10th but before 15th of next month. Currently this return is suspended.
GSTR3B is a return filled on monthly. GSTR3B is mandatory to fill by all the GST users. To file GSTR3B only need to total amount of sale which is done in a particular month not required invoice detail. GSTR3B is filled on GST portal. If GSTR3B is not filled before due date, than the penalty is Rs.50 per day.
GSTR4 is only filled by composition dealer. GSTR4 is a quarterly return. To file GSTR4 it is compulsory that a dealer is register with composition scheme. For not filling GSTR4 before due date the penalty in RS.20 per day.
With the help of Company Suggestion you can file and Prepare GST Return such as GSTR1, GSTR3B, GSTR4, Annual Return and you can also prepare E-way Bill. Our expert team file the return before due date.
Return for Non-Resident foreign taxable persons, and due date of filling return is 20th from end of the month or within 7 days after the last day of validity of registration whichever is earlier.
Input Service Distributor return, and due date of filling return is 13th of next month.
Return for authorities deducting tax at source, and due date of filling return is 10th of next month.
Details of supplies effected through e-commerce operator and the amount of tax collected as required under sub-section (52), and due date of filling return is 10th of next month.
Annual Return, and due date of filling return is 31th December of next financial year.
Simplified Annual return by Compounding taxable persons registered under section 10, and due date of filling return is 31th December of next financial year.
In case taxpayer fails to file return on time, then he/she shall be liable for penalty for late filing of return, the penalty is Rs. 100 per day for each CGST and SGST and the maximum amount of fine is levied Rs.5000 in addition taxpayer will also require to pay 18% interest on the amount of tax paid. In case it is determined that the taxpayer misstated output tax liability in the GST return, then interest at the rate of 24% would be applicable. In addition to the interest, penalty could also be levied on the taxpayer under GST for erroneous return filing, willful misstatement or fraud.
Basic Features to Read before starting private limited company
Private company is required to add the word “Private limited” or “Pvt. Ltd.” to end of its name. Private company should have at least two member and two directors. Private company have right to issue debentures to any number of persons.
Features of Public Limited Company
MCA provides the facility for incorporation of public limited company. For incorporation, firstly apply for name through RUN (Reserve Unique Name) on MCA portal. After availability of name from ROC we should file incorporation form i.e. Spice 32, INC 33(for eMOA), INC 34(for eAOA), .