GSTR-1  is a monthly or quarterly return that should be filed by every registered dealer. It contains details of all outward supplies i.e. sales.

Latest Updates on GSTR-1 Due Dates

Update as on 3rd April 2020

  1. No late fee shall be levied if the taxpayer files the monthly GSTR-1 for March 2020, April 2020 and May 2020 before 30th June 2020.
  2. No late fee shall be levied if the taxpayer files the quarterly GSTR-1 return for the January-March 2020 quarter before 30th June 2020.

 

Update as on 23rd March 2020

  1. The GSTR-1 for 2019-20 will be waived for certain taxpayers who could not opt for the special Composition Scheme ( including notification No. 2/2019-Central Tax (Rate) dated 7th March 2019) by filing Form CMP-02.

    The due date of Form GSTR-1 for July 2019 to February 2020 is extended till 24th March 2020 for taxpayers with a principal place of business in the Union Territories of Ladakh or Jammu and Kashmir. For further details, read our article on GST notifications.

  2. The due date for GSTR-1 for the period April 2020 to September 2020 is as follows:

    Quarterly return filer:

    1. April to June 2020: 31st July 2020
    2. July to September 2020: 31st October 2020

    Monthly return filer:

    Month

    Due Date

    April 2020

    11th May 2020

    May 2020

    11th June 2020

    June 2020

    11th July 2020

    July 2020

    11th August 2020

    August 2020

    11th September 2020

    September 2020

    11th October 2020

 

Read our Guide on How to file GSTR 1 with ClearTax GST by importing data from Tally.ERP software:


 

In this article, we will explain to you how to file GSTR-1 from Tally ERP 9 release 6.

The process of filing the GSTR-1 from Tally ERP 9 on the GST portal can be divided into three steps :

Step 1: Exporting the data of GSTR-1 from tally to excel file.

Step 2: Converting the excel file to JSON file using GST offline tool available on GST portal.

Step 3: Uploading the JSON file on GST portal.

Detailed Steps to file GSTR-1  using Tally ERP 9 Release 6

Step 1: View the GSTR-1 report in Tally

First, view the GSTR-1 report generated by Tally.

For this go to Display > Statutory reports > GST > GSTR-1.

GSTR 1 Report

 

You can view the GSTR-1 report in the table wise format with the details captured under different table heads similar to the actual form.

Alternatively, you can also select Default View which provides the tax computation information for all the sales or outward supplies.

Step 2: Exporting the GSTR-1 report to Excel file

You can export the GSTR-1 details in excel file.

Before exporting the GSTR-1, make sure that all the sales are included in GSTR-1 report.

Export GSTR 1 to Excel File

 

If any adjustments are required for instance advance receipts etc, press CTRL + J or click the Stat Adjustment button on the right side and pass the adjustment voucher entry so that it gets included in GSTR-1 report.

To export the return, click the e-return button on the GSTR-1 report.

GSTR E-Return

 

Step 3: Create JSON file of the excel file using GST offline tool

Extract and install the GST return offline tool available on the GST portal.

It will help you to create the JSON file from the excel generated from Tally.

Step 4: Upload the JSON file on GST portal

Once you have created the JSON file, you need to upload this file.

For this login to the GST portal. Go to Services > Returns  > Returns Dashboard. Now upload the JSON file prepared by you and submit the return.

GST Portal

 

How does ClearTax GST Software simplify filing GSTR-1?

  • Easy import of sales invoice to software.
  • Auto-populate data to make sure that the return is error free.
  • Update of return on GST Portal without the need to login.
  • No need to convert Excel to JSON file. Just import data to ClearTax in a single click & upload returns onto GST Portal.
  • Bulk updating of invoices.

Use ClearTax Billbook to create an invoice in a hassle free and easy manner.

To understand how to create sales invoice in ClearTax GST software, refer to the guide on Creation of Invoices.

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