GST Return

Nil Return

200/- (inclusive all)

  • One Month/Qtr GST Return Filling.


1-20 Bills

400/- (inclusive all)

  • One Month/Qtr GST Return Filling.


21-50 Bills

600/- (inclusive all)

  • One Month/Qtr GST Return Filling.


51-100 Bills

800/- (inclusive all)

  • One Month/Qtr GST Return Filling.


101-200 Bills

1,000/- (inclusive all)

  • One Month/Qtr GST Return Filling.


201-500 Bills

2,000/- (inclusive all)

  • One Month/Qtr GST Return Filling. 


Documents Requirements

  • DSC of Authorised Partner or Director, in case of LLP and Company only

  • GST Registration Certificate

  • Log-in credentials of the registered person

  • Details of Supplies


Knowledge Portal

What is GST Return Filing ?

Goods and Service Tax law now governs the major portion of the indirect tax system in India. The suppliers registered under this regime need to fulfill the compliance requirement regularly. Based on the turnover and the activities, the requirements and period of filing returns are prescribed under law.

With online GST return filing, the taxpayers intimate the Goods and Service Tax Network (GSTN) about the inflow and outflow of supplies including the amount of tax paid and collected. While recording the taxable transactions with the Government, the taxpayer is also required to pay the amount of tax collected from an outward supplier of goods or services after the deduction of Input Tax Credit (ITC).

Advantages of GST Return Filing

Frequently Asked Questions

1.Is everyone supposed to file GST returns or are there any exemptions?

Every registered dealer, whether being a normal supplier or otherwise must file the return based on the transactions or activities involved in the business. Non-filing of the same may lead to default and may attract a penalty or additional fees

2.What are the modes of payment for GST?

Tax Payment or any penalty, fees, etc. are accepted through the following modes;

• Internet Banking

This amount shall be credited to the electronic cash ledger of the registered dealer.

3.What is the significance of all these returns?

By filling the returns with the Government, the information and details will be intimated to the Government. Further, the data provided will measure the liability of the Tax-payer. Also, returns filing help you claim the eligible Input Credit. In addition to which the regular filing will count on higher rating in the GST Compliance Rating.

4.What are taxable events under the GST Act?

Any supply i.e. transaction such as the sale, transfer, barter, exchange, license, rental, lease or disposal made or agreed to be made for a consideration, of taxable goods or services, needs to be considered as a taxable event under the GST Act.

5.Does everyone need to file the Annual return even if one is filing the Monthly return?

All taxpayers filing a return in GSTR-1 to GSTR-3, other than ISD’s, casual/non-resident taxpayers, taxpayers under composition scheme, and TDS/TCS deductors, are required to file an annual return (GSTR-9) along with the monthly return.

6.What information is required to file GST return online?

Prescribed information from the invoices including the HSN code in respect to the supply of goods and the accounting code in respect to the supply of the services generated needs to be uploaded in the return.  The information shall also cover the sales, purchase and any expenses occurred during the reporting period.

7.What steps are involved in filing of GST returns for each month (between me &

Transaction-wise details are to be provided on the monthly basis by a client. This is to be done manually in the shared format by Or one can opt to take an extract from the accounting software (GST Ready Software) by, which will be reviewed by the experts and the return will be filed after a thorough review and confirmation.

8.How does add value to the GST returns filing process?

The qualified Chartered Accountant(s) reviews the provided information. The experts will then direct the possible solutions in case of any discrepancy found in the data of outwards and inwards supply.

9.How should I give my data to to file my returns?

The data or the invoices shall be provided in CSV format. In case if the client is using any Accounting software like Tally, QuickBooks etc., the details can be easily extracted in CSV format which will be used to feed the data in Returns.

10.Which software’s are compatible for to file returns?

Transaction accounted in any software (GST Ready) like tally, QuickBooks, or any cloud-based accounting that allows data sharing and transfer into CSV format. This is to ensure speedy and hassle-free GST filing process.

11.How should I give access to my accounts software to to automate the online GST return filing process?

One can share his credentials of the software used for maintaining the books of accounts so that can periodically fetch the data and can upload the same in respective Return.