1st December 2022
48th GST Council meeting will take place on 17th December 2022, Saturday, with many items on the Agenda.
10th November 2022
1. Circular 181 was issued to clarify that refund related amendments will apply prospectively.
2. Circular 182 is issued to provide the verification procedure for allowing transitional credit claims made by taxpayers during the period 1st October 2022 up to 30th November 2022.
28th September 2022
1. Amendments related to ITC conditions in Finance Act 2022 is notified.
2. Due date of claiming ITC, making sales/credit-debit note amendments of a financial year is extended upto 30th November of year following the financial year.
1st September 2022
The recent changes in Table 4 on reporting of ineligible input tax credit have gone live on the GST portal or government portal.
1st August 2022
(a) The e-invoicing system will extend to those businesses with a AATO of more than Rs.10 crore from 1st October 2022 vide the Central Tax notifcication no.17/2022.
(b) HSN code of six digits becomes mandatory for businesses with more than Rs.5 crore turnover in Table 12 of GSTR-1.
5th July 2022
The CBIC notified six new CGST notifications. Important ones are as follows-
(a) GSTR-3B format was modified to include a new table 3.1.1 to report e-commerce sales and taxes payable on the same for both e-commerce operators and e-commerce sellers. A few more changes were done to Table 3.2 and 4. All changes except table 4 are live on the government portal. Check out the new format of GSTR-3B
(b) Section 110 of Finance Act 2022 was notified. Hence, taxpayer can transfer CGST in cash from one GSTIN to another as CGST or IGST only as a distinct person in form PMT-09.
(c) The due date to file GSTR-4 for FY 2021-22 is extended by late fee waiver up to 28th July 2022. Likewise, the due date for CMP-08 is extended up to 31st July 2022.
29th June 2022
The 47th GST Council meeting was held on the 28th and 29th of June 2022 in Chandigarh. Union FM Nirmala Sitharaman chaired this meeting and made key recommendations to revise rates goods and services. Further, the GST exemption list was trimmed down and modifications to the GSTR-3B format are now opened up for public suggestions.
26th May 2022
As per the CGST Notification no.7/2022 dated 26th May 2022, the late fee has been waived for the delay in filing GSTR-4 for FY 2021-22, if it is filed between 1st May and 30th June 2022.
24th February 2022
1. The e-Invoicing system will get extended to those annual aggregate turnover ranging from Rs.20 crore up to Rs.50 crore starting from 1st April 2022, vide notification no. 1/2022.
2. Composition taxable persons and those interested to opt into the scheme for FY 2022-23 must submit declaration on the GST portal in Form CMP-02 by 31st March 2022.
1st Feb 2022
The Union Budget 2022 introduced key changes to the GST law. Know more about it on here- Budget 2022 highlights.
29th Dec 2021
(1) The 46th GST Council meeting was held on 31st December 2021 in New Delhi. Union FM Nirmala Sitharaman led meeting has decided to defer the GST rate hike to 12% for textiles.
(2) CGST Rule 36(4) is amended to remove 5% additional ITC over and above ITC appearing in GSTR-2B. From 1st January 2022, businesses can avail ITC only if it is reported by supplier in GSTR-1/ IFF and it appears in their GSTR-2B.
(3) The due date to file GSTR-9 & self-certified GSTR-9C for the FY 2020-21 has been extended up to 28th February 2022.
(4) Further amendments are carried out to seizure and detention rules, penalties related to the same, and certain forms such as DRC-10, DRC-22, DRC-23 and APL-01 stands amended with the addition of new form DRC-22A as per Central Tax notification no. 40/2021.
21st Dec 2021
Following are the changes with effect from 1st January 2022-
(1) ITC claims will be allowed only if it appears in GSTR-2B as per Section 16(2)(aa). So, the taxpayers can no longer claim 5% provisional ITC under the CGST Rule 36(4) and ensure every ITC value claimed was reflected in GSTR-2B.
(2) The officer can issue notice under Section 74 to multiple persons for tax short paid or excess ITC claims by fraud. Now, it is amended that the officer can confiscate and seize goods or vehicles even after concluding proceedings against all persons liable to pay specific or general penalties.
(3) The taxpayers cannot file GSTR-1 if the previous period’s GSTR-3B was not filed.
(4) The GST officers can initiate recovery proceedings without any show-cause notice against taxpayers who under-report sales in GSTR-3B compared to GSTR-1, under Section 75(12).
(5) All the e-commerce aggregators into food delivery services or cloud kitchens under Section 9(5) will be liable to pay tax on services provided through them. However, restaurants with accommodation with a tariff per unit of more than Rs.7,500 per day are kept out of the scope.
(6)The scope of passenger transport motor vehicles is expanded to include service rendered through omnibus and any other motor vehicle, but not just radio taxi or cab under Section 9(5).
(7)Following facilities will henceforth require taxpayers’ aadhaar authentication- – To apply for a refund under the CGST Rules 89 (Excess tax, interest, penalty, fees paid) and 96 (IGST paid on goods or services exported out of India) in RFD-01. – To apply for revocation of cancelled GST registration under the CGST Rule 23 in REG-21.
24th Sept 2021
With effect from 1st October 2021, the frequency of filing the ITC-04 form has been revised through the Central Tax notification number 35/2021 dated 24th September 2021, as follows-
(1) Those with AATO more than Rs.5 crore – Half-yearly from April-September- due on 25th October and October-March due on 25th April.
(2) Those with AATO up to Rs.5 crore – Yearly from FY 2021-22 due on 25th April.
1st September 2021
45th GST Council meeting will be held on 17th September 2021. Tax concessions on COVID-19 essentials may be extended, Matter on GST compensation to states may be taken up, correction of inverted tax structure, etc are on the agenda.
29th August 2021
26th August 2021
From 1st September 2021, taxpayers will not be able to file GSTR-1 or use the IFF for August 2021 on the GST portal if they have pending GSTR-3B filings. It applies if GSTR-3B is pending for the past two months till July 2021 (monthly filer) or for the last quarter ending 30th June 2021 (quarterly filer), as per CGST Rule 59(6).
30th July 2021
30th June 2021
Any late fee, otherwise chargeable for non-compliance with the dynamic QR code requirement from 1st December 2020 to 30th September 2021, is waived.
01st June 2021
The summary of CBIC notifications is as follows:
28th May 2021
43rd GST Council meeting took place on 28th May 2021 (Friday) at 11 A.M. via video conferencing and was chaired by Union FM Nirmala Sitharaman. The Council approved the GST amnesty scheme to be re-introduced, the late fee was rationalised for all taxpayers, especially for small taxpayers and IGST is exempted on import of COVID treating equipment and relief materials up to 31st August 2021.
As on 21st May 2021
43rd GST Council meeting will take place on 28th May 2021 (Friday) at 11 A.M. via video conferencing and will be chaired by Union FM Nirmala Sitharaman.
Budget 2021: Updates as on 1st February 2021
Update as on 30th December 2020
The due date of GSTR-9 & GSTR-9C for FY 2019-20 has been extended up to 28th February 2021.
Update as on 22nd December 2020
(1) GST registration can be cancelled or suspended under CGST Rule 21A at the discretion of the tax officer in the following cases:
(2) Following are the changes in Rule 36(4) from 1st January 2021:
(3) The following are the changes notified for e-way bills:
Update as on 29th November 2020
The CBIC issued a notification seeking to waive the penalty imposed on non-compliance of dynamic QR code provisions for B2C invoices between 1st December 2020 and 31st March 2021, provided the eligible registered person complies with these provisions from 1st April 2021.
Update as on 10th November 2020
The taxpayers having an aggregate turnover exceeding Rs.100 crore should implement e-invoicing from 1st January 2021.
From 1st January 2021, all-new Quarterly Return Monthly Payment (QRMP) scheme for taxpayers with AATO of up to Rs. 5 crore in the financial year to file quarterly GSTR-3B has been notified. To allow a choice of uploading the sales invoices on monthly basis or more regularly for those filing quarterly GSTR-1, Invoice Furnishing Facility (IFF) will be introduced.
The due date for GSTR-1 for the periods October 2020 to March 2021 is as follows:
Quarterly return filers:
(1) October 2020 to December 2020: 13th January 2020
(2) January 2020 to March 2021: 13th April 2021
Monthly return filers: 11th of next month
The due date for paying GST and filing GSTR-3B has been notified for the months October 2020 till March 2021: 20th(AATO >Rs.5 crore) or 22nd or 24th of next month (For the rest, depending upon the State of principle place of business).
Update as 28th October 2020
The due date to file GSTR-9 & GSTR-9C for the FY 2018-19 has been extended up to 31st December 2020.
Update as on 15th October 2020
The CBIC has notified that the filing of GSTR-9 will be made optional for small taxpayers (i.e. taxpayers with turnover up to Rs.2 crore) for FY 2019-20.
Update as on 1st October 2020
The applicable taxpayers have been given a grace period of 30 days for generating an Invoice Reference Number (IRN). However, this grace period is valid for the invoices issued between 1st October 2020 to 31st October 2020.
Update as on 30th September 2020
The due date to file GSTR-9 & GSTR-9C for the FY 2018-19 has been extended up to 31st October 2020.
Now, the aggregate turnover should be checked from FY 2017-18 till FY 2019-20, for checking the applicability of e-invoicing. Also, the date of implementation of the dynamic QR Code for B2C invoices has been extended until 1st December 2020.
Update as on 21st September 2020
(1) The late fee has been reduced on filing pending Form GSTR-4 (Quarterly Return). The taxpayer is not required to pay the late fee if the tax liability is ‘NIL’. For other cases, the late fee has been restricted to Rs.500.
(2) The taxpayers who had not filed GSTR-10, i.e. final return are now allowed to file the final return with a reduced late fee of Rs.500. However, the pending GSTR-10 has to be filed on or before 31st December 2020.
However, the pending GSTR-4 (quarterly) related to FY 2017-18 and 2018-19 has to be filed on or before 31st October 2020.
Update as on 31st August 2020
The due date for furnishing Form GSTR-4 for the FY 2019-20 from 31st August 2020 to 31st October 2020.
25th August 2020
CBIC has notified 1st September 2020 as the date from when interest will be calculated on net tax liability basis, on the amount left after adjusting the eligible ITC.
20th August 2020
41st GST Council meeting will be held on 27th August 2020 via VC with the key item on agenda being the ways to compensate for the GST revenue shortfall to the states.
20th August 2020
For obtaining GST registration, an option is given for an aadhaar authentication. The rules are amended with effect from 21st August 2020 as follows:
6th August 2020
1. There’s a new facility on the GST portal for tax filers to get the invoice-wise details of input tax credit that has been auto-populated in Table 8A of the GSTR-9 annual return. The same can be obtained by clicking on the ‘Download Table 8A Document Details’ button appearing under the instructions, at the top of the GSTR-9 return form.
2. The offline tool (Excel utility) for filing Form GSTR-4 by Composition Scheme taxpayers is available for download on the GST portal.
3. Taxpayers are now allowed to file another application for Revocation of Cancellation of Registration, if their previous application has been rejected.
30th July 2020
1. A new refined format of e-invoice has been notified by CBIC adding 20 new fields and removing 13 fields. Certain fields have undergone changes in character length as well.
2. e-Invoicing system shall apply to those taxpayers with annual turnover exceeding Rs 500 crore instead of Rs 100 crore.
3. Special Economic Zones (SEZ) units shall also be exempted from issuing e-invoices.
21st July 2020
The facility to file GSTR-4 (Annual Return) is now available on GST portal.
13th July 2020
The due date to file GSTR-4 (Annual Return) has been extended to 31st August 2020 from 15th July 2020.
1st July 2020
Taxpayers can now file a Nil GSTR-1 via SMS.
30th June 2020
The conditional late fee waiver and interest reduction for GSTR-3B between February-July 2020 has been extended upto 30th September 2020. GSTR-1 deadlines also have been further extended by late fee waiver. For details of the latest deadlines, read our article on GST calendar 2020-21
12th June 2020
40th GST Council meeting concluded with major announcements made for MSMEs:
10th June 2020
9th June 2020
8th June 2020
Taxpayers can now file a nil GSTR-3B through SMS from registered mobile number of authorised signatory for a particular GSTIN. Read more here.
4th June 2020
40th GST Council meeting will most likely happen on 12th June 2020, Friday via Video Conferencing. Issues such as waiver of late fee for filing pending GSTR-3B from August 2017 to January 2020, GST revenue augmentation measures other than rate revisions will be tabled for discussion. For latest updates, read our article on 40th GST Council meeting.
5th May 2020
28th April 2020
The facility to file PMT-09 and the CGST rules governing the same shall come into effect from 21st April 2020.
3rd April 2020
24th March 2020
The Union FM Smt Nirmala Sitharaman has announced some reliefs for businesses to cope up with the difficult times of COVID-19 as on 24th March 2020, as follows:
Read more about the extensions detailed out in our article on press briefings as on 24th March 2020.
23rd March 2020
Certain important notifications are passed:
14th March 2020
39th GST Council Meeting was held on Saturday, 14th March 2020. An extension to the implementation of the new GST returns and e-Invoicing was announced. Read our article on 39th GST council meet to know more.
7th February 2020
The due date to submit TRAN-01 for carrying forward the transitional credit is extended to 31st March 2020 for those taxpayers who could not file earlier due to technical glitches.
3rd February 2020
The filing of return in GSTR-3B for the return periods January 2020, February 2020 and March 2020 is now notified in a staggered manner only for those with last year’s annual turnover upto Rs 5 crore, as follows:
22nd of the next month: Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Goa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Telangana or Andhra Pradesh or the Union territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep.
24th of the next month: Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, Assam, West Bengal, Jharkhand or Odisha or the Union territories of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Chandigarh and Delhi.
The due date remains the same for the rest of the taxpayers.
3rd February 2020
The due date for furnishing of annual return/reconciliation statement in form GSTR-9/form GSTR-9C for FY 2017-18 is further extended. The filing is now staggered to 5th February and 7th February 2020, based on the state or union territory in which taxpayer is registered as follows:
5th February 2020: Chandigarh, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu and Uttarakhand.
7th February 2020:Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu, Goa, Himachal Pradesh,Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Puducherry, Sikkim, Telangana, Tripura, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh and Other Territory.
10th January 2020
The one-time amnesty scheme to file all FORM GSTR-1 from July 2017 to November 2019 is extended till 17th January 2020.
26th December 2019
The due date for furnishing of annual return/reconciliation statement in form GSTR-9/form GSTR-9C for FY 2017-18 is further extended till 31.01.2020.
18th December 2019
38th GST Council meeting was held on 18th December 2019, Wednesday. The following were the highlights:
10th December 2019
38th GST Council meeting will take place on Wednesday, 18 December 2019. The agenda includes major rate revisions, relook into the cases of inverted tax structure and simplification of the upcoming new GST return system. Read further about the Council meeting here.
14th November 2019
The due date for GSTR-9 and GSTR-9C has been extended to 31st December 2019 and 31st March 2020 for FY 2017-18 and FY 2018-19 respectively.
20th September 2019
37th GST Council meet happened at Goa with GST rate cuts and the following key announcements were made:
31st August 2019
Due date for GSTR-7 for the month of July 2019 is extended till 20th September 2019 for taxpayers having a principal place of business in J&K and certain districts of Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, and Uttarakhand.
Filing of the form ITC-04 for the quarters between July 2017 to March 2019 has been waived off. However, those challans goods dispatched to a job worker in the period July 2017 to March 2019 but not received from a job worker or not supplied from the place of business of the job worker as on the 31st March 2019 would have already been part of serial number 4 of ITC-04 for the quarter April-June 2019.
The late fees for July 2019’s GSTR-1(filed monthly) and GSTR-6 have been waived off for the taxpayers having a principal place of business in certain districts of the flood-affected States of Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, and Uttarakhand and all districts of J&K.
26th August 2019
Due date for GSTR-9, GSTR-9C and GSTR-9A for FY 2017-18 is further extended till 30th November 2019
21st August 2019
Due date for GSTR-3B for the month of July 2019 is extended till 20th September 2019 for taxpayers having a principal place of business in Jammu and Kashmir and certain districts of Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Odisha, and Uttarakhand.
16th August 2019
Sources say that the 37th GST Council meeting will be held on 20th September (Friday). However, an official confirmation is awaited.
27th July 2019
GST Council had its 36th meet via video conference on Saturday (27th July 2019). Read all the highlights on 36th GST Council Meeting.
25th July 2019
36th GST council meeting that was scheduled on 25th July 2019 has been postponed. Date to be announced soon.
We have got you list of expectations from the meeting. Read more about GST Council Meeting
18th July 2019
The due date for filing CMP-08 is extended for the period April 2019- to June 2019 from 18th July 2019 to 31st July 2019.
28th June 2019
21st June 2019
35th GST Council Meeting was held on 21st June 2019 and chaired by FM Nirmala Sitharaman.
28th Mar 2019
The due date for ITC-04 of July 2017-March 2019 is now extended to 30th June 2019.
19th Mar 2019
34th GST Council Meeting was held on 19th Mar 2019.
GST Council members met via video conferencing to discuss and pass the circulars drafted for rate cuts on affordable and non-affordable housing under construction.
24th February 2019
*subject to notification being issued by CBIC.For the State of Jammu & Kashmir, due date is 28th February 2019.
10th February 2019
The next meeting-33rd GST Council meeting is scheduled to be held on 20th February 2019 via Video Conferencing.
It will be chaired by the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Real estate and export sector to be in limelight.
This will be the first one after the Interim Budget 2019.
10th January 2019
32nd GST Council meeting was held at New Delhi and chaired by Shri Arun Jaitley. Announcements made was a big relief to MSMEs and small traders.
The key takeaways of the 32nd GST Council meeting are as follows:
22nd December 2018
31st GST Council meeting was held on 22nd December 2018; Some rate cuts, Decisions to extend filing of GSTR-9,9A and 9C upto 30th June 2019, New return filing to be made applicable on trial basis from 1st April 2019 and many more were announced.
8th December 2018
CBIC extends due date for filing GSTR-9, GSTR-9A and GSTR-9C from 31st December 2018 till 31st March 2019 for FY 2017-18.
8th December 2018
Next 31st GST Council meeting to be held on 22nd December 2018 at Delhi.
28th November 2018
Due dates for filing GSTR-1, GSTR-3B and GSTR-4 have been extended in those places which were affected by cyclones Titli and Gaza:
|Sl. no.||Return/Form||Extended due date||Taxpayers eligible for extension|
|1||Form GSTR-3B for September 2018 and October 2018||30th November 2018||Taxpayers whose principal place of business is in the district of Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh|
|2||Form GSTR-3B for October 2018||20th December 2018||Taxpayers whose principal place of business is in 11 districts of Tamil Nadu*|
|3||Form GSTR-1 for September 2018 and October 2018||30th November 2018||Taxpayers having aggregate turnover more than Rs.1.5 crore and whose principal place of business is in the district of Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh|
|4||Form GSTR-1 for October 2018||20th December 2018||Taxpayers having aggregate turnover more than Rs. 1.5 crore and whose principal place of business is in the 11 districts of Tamil Nadu*|
|5||Form GSTR-1 for the quarter July 2018 to September 2018||30th November 2018||Taxpayers having aggregate turnover of up to Rs. 1.5 crore and whose principal place of business is in the district of Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh|
|6||Form GSTR-4 for the quarter July 2018 to September 2018||30th November 2018||Taxpayers registered under Composition scheme, whose principal place of business is in the district of Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh|
|7||Form GSTR-7 for the month of October 2018||31st January 2019||All taxpayers|
*Cuddalore, Thiruvarur, Puddukottai, Dindigul, Nagapatinam, Theni, Thanjavur, Sivagangai, Tiruchirappalli, Karur and Ramanathapuram.
26th Oct 2018 :
1. Due date of GST ITC-04 for the period of July 2017 to September 2018 extended till 31 December 2018.
2. Taxpayers whose registration has been cancelled by the proper officer on or before September 30, 2018, shall be required to furnish the final return in Form GSTR-10 till December 31, 2018.
Due date to reconcile and file the amended GST data for FY 2017-18 in GSTR-3b for September 2018 & claim accurate ITC now extended to 25 October 2018.
28th Sep 2018 :
30th GST Council Meet held on 28th September 2018 (Friday) through video conferencing.
13th Sep 2018 :
1. TDS & TCS provisions will be effective from 1st Oct 2018.
2. Form GSTR-9C released. Due date of filing GSTR -9C yet to be notified.
10th Sept 2018:
1. Extension of Due date for GSTR-3B only for newly migrated taxpayers for months July 2017 to Nov 2018 till 31st December 2018. The due dates remain unchanged for rest of the taxpayers.
2. Extension of Due date for GSTR-1 in case of taxpayers with turnover above Rs 1.5 crores in previous FY or Current FY
3. Extension of Due date for GSTR-1 in case of taxpayers with turnover upto Rs 1.5 crores in previous FY or Current FY
a. Regular taxpayers :
|Quarter||New Due date|
|July – September 2017||31st October 2018|
|October – December 2017||31st October 2018|
|January – March 2018||31st October 2018|
|April – June 2018||31st October 2018|
|July – September 2018||31st October 2018|
|October – December 2018||31st January 2019|
|January – March 2019||30th April 2019|
b. Newly migrated taxpayers : For all quarters from July 2017 to September 2018 extended till 31st December 2018.
c. For flood-affected regions of Kodagu, Mahe and Kerala : Above table of dates remain the same except for quarter July 2018 to September 2018 extended till 15th November 2018.
4. Due date of TRAN-1 and TRAN-2 is extended for certain taxpayers who could not complete filing due to tech glitch, to 31st March 2019 and 30th April 2019 respectively.
4th Sep 2018 :
21st Aug 2018:
Due date for filing GSTR – 3B for July 2018 has been extended to 24th August 2018.
6th Aug 2018:
Reverse Charge Mechanism (in case of supplies made by unregistered persons to registered persons), TDS and TCS provisions under GST deferred till 30th Sept 2019.
4th Aug 2018:
29th GST Council Meet was held at New Delhi. Incentives on Digital payments got a green flag. Committee to be formed for addressing MSME woes.
30th Jul 2018:
Know the highlights of Proposed changes to GST return filing.
30th Jul 2018:
Due date of GSTR-6 filing extended for months from July 2017 to August 2018
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