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  • Writer's pictureAbhishek M

GST Compliance in India

1. GST Registration: Obtaining a GSTIN (Goods and Services Tax Identification Number) from the GST department.

2. Filing Returns: Regular filing of GST returns such as GSTR-1, GSTR-2, GSTR-3, and GSTR-9. 3. Payment of Taxes: Payment of taxes on a monthly or quarterly basis as per the type of business. 4. Invoicing and Record Keeping: Proper invoicing and maintenance of records for all GST transactions. 5. Annual Return: Filing of an annual return in GSTR-9 form. 6. Audit: Conducting a GST audit and submitting the audit report to the GST department. 7. Compliance with GST Refunds: Filing for GST refunds if eligible and following the due process. 8. Complying with GST Inspections: Being prepared for and cooperating with GST inspections conducted by the department. 9. Updating GST Details: Regular updating of GST details, such as changes in business structure, bank details, and other relevant information.

It is important to keep up with GST compliances to avoid penalties and legal issues. It is advisable to take the help of professional tax consultants or GST software to ensure compliance. Feel free to get in touch with ZAP Virtual Accountants. We make this

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