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WHAT DO I NEED TO FILE A GST RETURN?

If you run a business in India which is required to pay GST (Goods and Services Tax), then you are legally obliged to make regular returns showing how much tax your business is liable for, and also to then make that payment. Unlike the various different taxes which GST replaces, you can only submit your GST returns electronically – there is no option of completing a paper form. In order to register for GST and file your returns electronically you will need:

With most software designed to help businesses with everyday accounting and GST returns, you will need to input the PAN and GST number once only, and the software will hold the information to populate the appropriate fields on the online form automatically. Depending on the size of your business and the type of goods or services you are offering, you might have to submit your GST returns either monthly or quarterly. The Indian government is looking at ways of simplifying the process and moving to a one page form for every business, submitted monthly.

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IS YOUR BUSINESS LIABLE FOR GST?

Not every business in India is liable for GST – the new Goods and Services Tax which was introduced in July 2017. If your business is not exempt for GST, you then have a legal obligation to keep records and submit returns, so it’s important to understand whether you are affected or not.

The most important concept is that of aggregate turnover. This is the difference between the goods you sell which have GST added to the sale price, and the goods or raw materials which you pay and which you have paid GST on already. You only pay GST to the government the excess. Also, some income, such as agricultural-related income, is exempt from GST so should be excluded from any returns.

If your business is less than 20 lakh rupees in one financial year, then you will not have to register for GST and don’t have to worry about record keeping and submitting electronic returns. This exception only applies to companies whose business is wholly within one Indian state. If a company is trading with many different parts of India then they have no option but to register for GST, irrespective of their total annual turnover. If your business starts off small but then grows to exceed the turnover limits, you are then required to register your organisation for GST.

GST is managed online, and the easiest way of doing this is by having a software package for your accounting which can pull the figures needed for the preparation of the returns from your invoices, receipts and accounts. In order to register your company for GST you’ll also need a PAN for your organisation in order to use the government websites and link the total amount of tax you are paying to your individual business.

 

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How is GST Charged?

Goods and Services Tax, more commonly abbreviated to GST, is levied on goods and services sold in India. There are five different levels of GST:

• 0%
• 5%
• 12%
• 18%
• 28%

The lowest rate of tax at 0% means that no tax is charged on the sale of these goods at all. Most of the items which are zero-rated for GST are everyday food staples and essentials such as eggs, butter, milk, fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh meat and grains. No GST is charged on books, newspapers or postage stamps.

The next 5% rate covers a wide range of other types of food such as coffee, spices, cashew nuts or packaged food items. Some cheaper clothing attracts GST at 5%, as do many fuels like kerosene or coal. When it comes to services, air travel and train tickets have GST added at 5% too.

12% tax is applied to another level of food products, including frozen meat, sausages, fruit juices or ketchup. Mobile phones are in this category, as are any items of clothing which are being sold for 1000 rupees or more.

18% GST is applied to food stuffs which are the most processed, so things like pasta, biscuits, salad dressing or ice cream. Most IT equipment like printers and cameras fall into this category of GST too, as do hotels and financial services products.

28% is the top level of GST and is levied on goods which are classed as luxury. Although perhaps not seen as luxury foodstuffs, chewing gum and carbonated water is classed in the 28% group in India, as do larger appliances like dishwashers and vacuum cleaners.

Full lists of goods and services which fall into each of the categories has been produced by the Indian government. Unless you are in the food industry, it should be relatively easy to work out which category your products fall into.

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