GST Filing Services

With the help of our GST filing package, filing GST returns would be a breeze. We’ll handle all of your monthly GST returns so you can concentrate on expanding your company.

Starting from ₹ 499

What is GST return filing?

GST returns must be filed by all GST-registered taxpayers. These returns are used by the government to determine its tax liability. Depending on the business, GST returns must be filed monthly, quarterly, and annually. Here, information on the sales or purchases of goods and services is necessary, along with details on the tax that was gathered and paid. A GST return is a form that a taxpayer must submit to the tax administration authorities, detailing all of their sales and purchases.

Pricing Plans

Startup Plan

₹499/ Month

It is a best plan to file Upto 50 Invoices

Up to 50 Purchase/Sales
(Invoices)

Up to 5 Lakhs Turnover/Month

Calculation of your Monthly GST Payment

Reconciliations

Premium Plan

₹599/ Month

It is best suitable for SME and Startups

Up to 75 Purchase/Sales
(Invoices)

Up to 10 Lakhs Turnover/Month

Calculation of your Monthly GST Payment

Reconciliations

Ultimate Plan

₹899/ Month

It is suitable for Medium-Sized Companies

Up to 200 Purchase/Sales
(Invoices)

Up to 20 Lakhs Turnover/Month

Calculation of your Monthly GST Payment

Reconciliations

Startup Plan

₹4499/ Year

It is a best plan to file Upto 50 Invoices

Up to 50 Purchase/Sales
(Invoices)

Up to 5 Lakhs Turnover/Month

Calculation of your Monthly GST Payment

Reconciliations

Premium Plan

₹5999/ Year

It is best suitable for SME and Startups

Up to 75 Purchase/Sales
(Invoices)

Up to 10 Lakhs Turnover/Month

Calculation of your Monthly GST Payment

With GSTR2b Reconciliation

Ultimate Plan

₹7999/ Year

It is suitable for Medium-Sized Companies

Up to 90 Purchase/Sales
(Invoices)

Up to 20 Lakhs Turnover/Month

Calculation of your Monthly GST Payment

With GSTR2b Reconciliation

Documents Required for
GST Filing

Invoices issued to B2B (Business to Business) persons and B2C ( Business to Customer)

Purchase invoices for the period
HSN wise summery of outward supplies
Debit or Credit notes

What are the Different Types of
GST Returns?

GSTR 1

  • Details of the outward supplies of the taxable goods and or services
  • Monthly, Quarterly (If opted under the QRMP scheme)

CMP-08

  • Quarterly Statement for Payment of Self-assessed Tax by Composition Taxpayer
  • Quarterly

GSTR 6

  • Return for Input Service Distributor (ISD)
  • Monthly

GSTR 9

  • Annual return for a normal taxpayer
  • Annually

GSTR 3B

  • Simple returns in which the taxpayer affects the payment of the tax by providing a summery of the outward supply as well as the claimed input tax credit.
  • Monthly, Quarterly (If opted under the QRMP scheme)

GSTR 5

  • Return for Non-resident Taxable Person
  • One week after the GST registration’s expiration date, the GSTR5 return must be finished. The return must be filed each month by the 20th if the registration isn’t revealed for a few more months.

GSTR 7

  • Return for Tax Deducted at Source
  • Monthly

GSTR 10

  • Final Return by Normal Taxpayer after Cancellation of Registration
  • Within three months from the date of cancellation or date of cancellation order whichever is laters

GSTR 4

  • Returns to be filed by the taxpayer that is registered under the composition scheme under Section 10 of the CGST Act
  • Annually

GSTR 5A

  • The Online Information and Database Access or Retrieval (OIDAR) service provider is required to submit Form GSTR-5A as a return for services rendered to non-taxable individuals from a location outside of the India to a person within India
  • Monthly

GSTR 8

  • Statement for Tax Collection at Source
  • Monthly

GSTR 11

  • Statement of Inward Supples by persons having Unique Identification Number (UIN)

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is GSTR 1A?

It is an amendment form used to correct the GSTR-1 document including any mismatches between the GSTR-1 of a taxpayer and the GSTR-2 of their customers. Amendments to sales invoices are permitted until September month following the end of the original sales bill’s financial year.

What is the difference between GSTR 2A and GSTR 2B?
GSTR 2A is the statement which contains the details of Auto Drafted Inward Supplies for Normal Taxpayer, on the other hand GSTR 2B is the statement which contains details of Auto Drafted Input Tax Credit (ITC).
What is an E-way bill?
The e-way bill is a document that must be carried by a person in charge of a conveyance carrying any consignment of goods worth more than fifty thousand rupees, as mandated by the government under section 68 of the Goods and Services Tax Act and rule 138 of the rules issued thereunder.
What is a GSTIN? And its format breakdown?
GSTIN, or Goods and Services Tax Identification Number, is a unique 15-digit identification number provided to each registered taxpayer (mainly a dealer or supplier, but also any corporate organisation) under the GST regime. GSTIN Breakdown
  • The first two digits represent the state code as per Indian Census 2011. Every state has a unique code, for State Kerala its 32.
  • The next ten digits will be the PAN number of the taxpayer
  • Based on the number of registrations in a state, the thirteenth digit will be assigned
  • By default, the fourteenth digit will be “Z”
  • The cheque code will be the fifteenth digit. It could be a letter or a number
What is QRMP scheme?
The Quarterly Returns with Monthly Payment (QRMP) Scheme enables qualifying taxpayers to file Forms GSTR-1 and GSTR-3B on a quarterly basis while making monthly challan payments for their tax obligations. The QRMP scheme is open to all taxpayers who have previously submitted their last due Form GSTR-3B return and whose combined yearly turnover (PAN-based) for the current financial year and the previous one (if applicable) is up to 5 Crore.
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