In this blog, we discuss the changes in GSTR-3B due date. This announcement on 22 Jan 2020 changes the due dates for different types of taxpayers. Read on.
To ease the GST return filing process, the Finance Ministry has announced that GST taxpayers can file their GSTR-3B returns in a staggered manner.
Let us see how this affects various taxpayers.
If annual turnover is Rs 5 crore and above
If your turnover is Rs. 5 crore and above, then you have to filing GSTR-3B by 20th of the following month.
If annual turnover is below Rs 5 crore
Taxpayers with annual turnover below Rs. 5 crore have a further condition to check to know your GSTR-3B due date.
If you belong to the following 15 states or union territories:
- Madhya Pradesh,
- Daman and Diu,
- Dadra and Nagar Haveli,
- Tamil Nadu,
- Andaman and Nicobar Islands,
- Telangana and
- Andhra Pradesh
Then the due date for filing your GSTR-3B will be 22nd of the following month.
If you belong to the rest of the 22 states or union territories:
- Jammu and Kashmir,
- Himachal Pradesh,
- Uttar Pradesh,
- Arunachal Pradesh,
- West Bengal,
- Jharkhand and
Then the due date for filing your GSTR-3B will be 24th of the following month.
Find the Press Release information Here.
What do you think of this update? Do you think it will help taxpayers file GSTR-3B with more ease?
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