GSTR 3B Filing Due Date Extended, Here’s How You Can Make Your Business Compliant

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UPDATE: Compliance Calendar for May, 2021 with GST relaxations for the Month of March & April 2021

Recently, the GST Implementation Committee met and discussed the fate of payment and filing of monthly returns for the month of July. In a statement, Finance Ministry notified that several state and central government officials met and decided to extend the last date for filing of GSTR 3B from an earlier date of 20th August 2017 to 25th August 2017. 
 
It is to be noted that the form GSTR 3B is an interim measure for filing returns for the month of July and August. Hence, it is a special summary return that would be replaced by GSTR 3 from September onwards.
 
Amidst the growing concern regarding clarity over details of filing the returns among businesses and the trading community, this call for extension was taken.  Several states requested their inability towards timely compliances due to flood or late passing of GST ordinance, as was in the case of J&K. The technical glitches faced by the businesses also prompted them to ask for a postponement in the due date for filing of returns.  

How can you Benefit from this GSTR 3B Due Date Extension?

Meanwhile, as the businesses and traders have been given some extra room for breathing before the due date for filing hits, you can make your business GST compliant with the help of GST billing software. Prepare customized GST-compliant invoices through GST invoice software, One Solution for your businesses. To start with you can also choose from a set of templates provided in the software itself. 

One Solution offers you the facility to reconcile the invoices to calculate the Input Tax Credit. Before you prepare GST returns and file them with GSTN, you can use the powerful GST Rate Finder tool for GST rates for goods or services using HSN or SAC codes respectively.  One Solution offers itself as end-to-end GST software for your entire set of compliance requirements. It also offers Taxmann’s GSP solutions which offer scalable and secure infrastructure for seamless services.  Presently, you can prepare the GSTR 3B with the help of Taxmann’s One Solution and file it directly with GSTN at www.gstn.gov.in.

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