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GST Return Filing Procedure & Format
Overview

As per the Goods and Service Tax (GST) law, a business entity is required to submit GST returns on a monthly and quarterly basis and a consolidated annual return. MyAdvo will help file GST returns for your business through a GST expert.

Steps involved in filing Goods and Service Tax (GST) return
Request
Once you send in a request, our representative will get in touch with you to understand your requirements.
Documents and Questionnaire
A checklist of documents and a questionnaire will be provided to record the details of your organisation and employees.
Expert Assignment
As per your requirements, we will connect you to a GST expert.
Preparation of GST Return
Once the documents are received, the expert will prepare the GST return for your review and approval.
Filing GST return
Post approval, the expert will file the GST return with the GST authority.
Required Documents
  • Details of all invoices issued to persons having GSTIN – B2B Invoices (uploaded to GSTN)
  • Details of all invoices issued to persons not having GSTIN (B2C invoices)
  • Details of all B2C invoices with a value of more than Rs.2.5 lakhs must be uploaded to the GSTN
  • Consolidated intra-state sales, categories by GST rates
  • Consolidated intra-state sales made through an e-commerce operator, categories by GST rates
  • Consolidated inter-state sales, categories by state and GST rates
  • Consolidated intra-state sales made through an e-commerce operator, categories by state and GST rates
  • Details of all export bills must be uploaded to the GSTN
  • HSN wise summary of all goods sold during the month
  • Summary of documents issued during the tax period
  • Summary of debit note, credit note, advance receipt and amendments
Why MyAdvo?

Pool of expert professionals having vast experience in filing of GST returns

Dedicated case manager to provide you with timely updates

Payment is fixed in the beginning and you are not hassled later

Dedicated portal to manage your case documents and communicating directly with the lawyer