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GSTR-7 Filing

What it means?

GSTR-7 is a tax summary return filed by registered taxpayers during the Financial Year who are required to deduct TDS (Tax Deducted at Source) under GST. At the time of crediting the payment to duductee, the deductor deducts TDS and pays the tax to the government within 10 days after the month he had made the deduction. These deductions are then displayed in the Deductee’s Form GSTR-2.

Service Price option:

Price quote 3 for GSTR7

all inclusive

From ₹1,680

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✅ Document Checklist

✅ GST Return 7 Filing

✅ TDS Invoices

✅ Preparation of Summary sheet with Computation.

✅ 2-10 Days Delivery time

Preliminary Documents Checklist

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All the amended TDS Invoices issued during the Tax period

(along with summary if possible)

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All the TDS Invoices issued during the Tax period.

(along with summary if possible)

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All the details of refund claim during the Tax period

(along with summary if possible)

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GST Login credentials & Bank statement for those months
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Process Brief

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submit the Documents as per Checklist
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Documents are verified by our experts
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Computation summary sheet is shared
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On approval, GST returns are filed online

General Return Filing under GST-7

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Online Return Filing
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Preparation of summary of Tax Computation
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Includes calculation & Computations from TDS Invoices.
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Timely Follow-ups for regular long term filing.
GST Returns types

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– GSTR-7 Due date is 10th of the following month (the government may either extend or change the date by an official notification);

– If GSTR-7 is not filed before due date, the penalty of Rs 100 per day under CGST and Rs 100 under SGST. So the total will be Rs.200 per day. The maximum penalty levied will be Rs. 5000. There is no late fee in case of delayed filing on IGST.

– Along with the late fee, interest has to be paid at 18% per annum. The rate of interest will be calculated from the next day of the due date of filing to the date of payment.

– No its is not mandatory to file nil return in such case.

– The deductee can accept/ reject the TDS details auto-populated to TDS and TCS Credit received table of his/her return. Taking action by deductee is mandatory for crediting the amount of TDS to cash ledger.

– TDS amount will be credited to deductee’s Electronic Cash Ledger only after his/ her accepting of TDS and TCS credit received (which is auto populated on filing of returns by the deductor) and filing of this relevant form.

– TDS credit entries rejected by the deductee will be auto-populated into Table 4 of Form GSTR-7 and the relevant details will be required to be amended by the deductor in Form GSTR-7 of next tax period. Post correction of such details in Form GSTR-7, the data will automatically flow to concerned GSTIN (supplier) for accepting or rejecting it. This process will be repeated until TDS details are accepted by counter-party.