All the Registered Dealers are required to file GST Returns irrespective of the type of business or turnover or profitability during the return filing period. Under GST Regime, even a dormant business that has obtained GST registration must file GST return.
Each GST Return Form has been designed to ensure a complete disclosure of every transaction made between buyers and sellers.
Realizing the need of the entrepreneurs, the plans are designed to provide all these services under one roof . These services (Book Keeping and GST filing) are bundled to give peace of mind to the entrepreneur so that the entrepreneur can focus on the core competences of the business and take the business to the next heights. The plans under this service are designed keeping in mind the paying capacity of the entrepreneur. The entrepreneur can choose a plan according to the turnover expected in a year.
All the Registered Dealers are required to file GST Returns irrespective of the type of business or turnover or profitability during the return filing period. Under GST Regime,even a dormant business that has obtained GST registration must file GST return. These are the returns to be filed by every business
Realizing the needs of entrepreneurs registered under the Composition levy under Goods and Services Tax running the business of trading in goods, manufacturing of goods, providing restaurants services or other service providers we at Super CA offer the services of filing the GST returns of such entrepreneurs. Since the dealers registered under the composition levy are not allowed to take Input Tax Credit, there is no requirement for maintain the books of accounts (unless and until required by the entrepreneur). Keeping this in mind, Super CA designed a plan which offers such entrepreneurs to file their GST returns hassel free together with maintaining their sales records in excel.
Every registered taxpayer has to file his/her GST Returns on time. The GST Law does not give exemption to taxpayer who have not made any sale/purchase during the month not to file the returns. Therefore, even in the case of no sale and purchase during the month, the taxpayer has to file the return. Under GST, in order to avoid penalty and further complications, a registered taxpayer strictly needs to file a NIL Return even if there was no business activity (i.e. sale/purchase/transaction) during a month.