GSTR


Monthly filing of GSTR 3B is mandatory for all the GST registered users (except for a few). With Giddh, you can file it in a few simple steps. Remember that you can file GSTR 3B returns only after authenticating them. Please refer the Authenticating / Filing section explained later in this document.

The GSTR (Goods and Services Tax Returns) module on Giddh allows you to file your company’s GSTR 3B, GSTR 1 and GSTR 2. This section shows details like your company’s input and output tax information and other related details.


GSTR Summary For

The date filter allows you to select the date range for viewing the tax information associated with the transactions. All the other operations you perform in this section are in accordance with this date range only. 

Click on the date box to see the date range options. When you click on the date filter, the following options appear on screen:


Month Wise

The month-wise option allows you to select a month of a year as the date range. To select a month from a past year, use the backward and forward arrow keys given next to the year. Or, directly click on the year value to see the years mentioned as options.




Custom Range

The custom range option allows you to define a time period by choosing a start date and an end date. Use the arrow keys to navigate between the months. Select two dates from the calendar, the older date will be the start date while the later date will be the end date of the range.





File or View GSTR 3B

Monthly filing of GSTR 3B is mandatory for all the GST registered users (except for a few). With Giddh, you can file it in a few simple steps. Remember that you can file GSTR 3B returns only after authenticating them. Please refer the Authenticating / Filing section explained later in this document.

View Summary

On the GSTR page, the GSTR 3B Summary option is visible. To view the GSTR 3B details or to authenticate and file them, click on the View Summary button next to the GSTR 3B Summary label.

A page showing the following options appears on screen:

  • Push to GSTN

This option shows complete information for the given time period related to Reverse Charge, Inter-state supplies, Input Tax Credit eligibility, etc. If you find this information satisfactory, move to the next step by authenticating the information. The Authenticate option is available under the Push To GSTN section also. We have explained it (Authenticate) later in this document. 


  • Authenticate / Filing 

To file returns, you must first authenticate them. If you try to file returns before authenticating them, you will still be taken to the Authenticate entry form.

To file the returns, do the following:
  1. If you have not authenticated the report, click on either the Authenticate button (top right corner of the window) or the ‘File Your Return’ button (in Filing section). Both will take you to an entry form details of which are shown below:
  2. An entry form appears on screen. Enter the details for:
    • Select Platform: A few platform options are provided in the software. Simply pick from the options.
    • Username: This is your registered user id that you created on GST portal (https://reg.gst.gov.in/registration/).
    • GSTIN: This is your GST identification number.
    • Get OTP: Click on this button to get an OTP on the mobile number you registered on the GST portal (see link above).
  3. A popup window opens on screen. Enter the OTP (one-time password) here.
  4. You will get a 6 hours session to file your returns. Now click on the File Your Return button in the Filing section to submit your GSTR 3B.
  5. The GSTR 3B report is automatically uploaded to your GST online account.

From there, you can submit the returns by finally reviewing the information.


  • Download

The Download button allows you to mail the report as an attachment to the intended users. To email the report:

  1. Click on the Download button.
  2. A short entry form appears on screen.
  3. Enter the email address of the recipient and click on the Email Sheet button.
  4. A success message appears on the screen indicating that the email with the attachment has been sent to the intended user.

File or View GSTR 1

Monthly or quarterly filing of GSTR 1 (all details of outward supply) is mandatory for all the GST registered users. With Giddh, you can file the returns in a few simple steps. The GSTR 1 section shows details of all the sales (outward supply) of your company. You first authenticate the report and then file the returns. Read the ‘Overview’ and ‘Push To GSTN’ details given below to understand the complete process.

Overview

To look at the brief information or to view, edit, download or email invoices, click on either the number of transactions or the View Summary button of the GSTR 1 section on the GSTR page. All the types of taxes that have been applied to invoices show here.

You can click on any of the description categories (or anywhere in their entire row) to view details of the invoices created under them.


View / Edit / Download / Email Invoices 

From the Overview section, you can also edit, email or download the invoices. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Click on any category of invoices given under the description column; you are taken to a page as shown below:  
  2. Click on the Invoice Number (Invoice #) and a popup window as shown below opens on screen.
  3. Now, perform any of the following actions:
    • Edit: Clicking on the Edit button opens the invoice and allows you to make changes. Do save the information before closing the window.
    • Send Email: Click on the More button; a dropdown with Send Email tab appears on screen; enter the email address in it and select the Transport or Customer copy if you want these details to be added to the attachment; finally click on the Send button. If the email is sent by the system, a confirmation message appears on screen.
    • Download: From here, you can download the information to your computer and then share or store it as required. Click on the Download button and select from the two options:
      • Download Sheet: This downloads the summary of the recipients.
      • Download Error Sheet: This downloads information about those invoices which are not in accordance with the tax information.

Push To GSTIN

The ‘Push to GSTN’ section allows you to see the transaction summary of the GSTR 1 report. You can review the tax report before authenticating and filing it. Transaction Summary on this page allows you to view, edit, email and download invoices.

Simply click on any of the categories under the Description column. On the ensuing page, you can further filter information by Transaction Type (options include Invoice, Credit Notes, Advance Payments and Debit Notes) and Invoice Type.

Note: You can also navigate to sections for HSN, NIL, B2Cs, Document Issued and Failed Transactions.


View / Edit / Download / Email Invoices 

Follow the steps mentioned above under the Overview section of GSTR 1.


Authenticate and File GSTR-1 Returns

As mentioned earlier in this document, you must first authenticate the report and then file the returns.

Here are the steps to file GSTR 1:

  1. If you have not authenticated the report, click on either the Authenticate button (top right corner) or the ‘File Your Return’ button in the GSTR-1 section. Both will take you to the Authentication entry form details of which are shown below:
  2. An entry form appears on screen. Enter the details for:
    • Select Platform: A few platform options are provided in the software. Simply pick from the options.  
    • Username: This is your registered user id that you created on the GST portal (https://reg.gst.gov.in/registration/).
    • GSTIN: This is your GST identification number.
    • Get OTP: Click on this button to get an OTP on the mobile number registered on the GST portal (see link above).
  3. A popup window opens on screen. Enter the OTP (one-time password) in it.
  4. You will get a 6 hours session to file your returns. Now click on the File Your Return button in the GSTR-1 section to submit your GSTR 1.
  5. The GSTR 1 report is automatically uploaded to your GST online account.
  6. From there, you can submit the returns by finally reviewing the information.


File or View GSTR 2

Regular filing of GSTR 2 (all details of inward supply) is mandatory for all the GST registered users. With Giddh, you can reconcile and file the returns in a few simple steps. GSTR 2 section contains all the details about the purchases (inward supply) of your company. Read the ‘Overview’ and ‘Reconcile’ details mentioned below to understand how to proceed with GSTR-2 reports.


Overview

To look at the brief information or to download the details associated with GSTR-2, click on either the number of transactions or the View Summary button of the GSTR 2 section on the GSTR page. All the types of taxes that have been applied to invoices show here.

You can click on any of the description categories (or anywhere in their entire row) to view details of the invoices created under them. On the description pages, you can further filter information by Transaction Type (Bills / Expenses Type and Credit / Debi Notes).


Reconcile

To reconcile the GSTR-2 report with GSTR 2A, you must first authenticate and then pull the details from the GSTN portal.

Here are the details to complete this process:

  1. In the Reconciliation section on the GSTR 2 page, click on the Authenticate button given at the top right corner.
  2. An entry form appears on screen. Enter the details for:
    • Select Platform: A few platform options are provided in the software. Simply pick from the options.
    • Username: This is your registered user id that you created on GST portal (https://reg.gst.gov.in/registration/).
    • GSTIN: This is your GST identification number.
    • Get OTP: Click on this button to get an OTP on the mobile number that you registered on the GST portal (see link above).
  3. A popup window opens on screen. Enter the OTP (one-time password) here.
  4. After the authentication is complete, click on the ‘Pull from GSTIN’ button on the GSTR-2 page.
  5. The transactions are reconciled from the GSTR 2A details on the GST portal and the data shows in the Reconciliation section of Giddh under the following heads:
    • Missing in GSTN: Entries which are registered in Giddh but not filed by the vendors.
    • Missing in Giddh: Transactions which are showing in the vendors’ data but missing in Giddh software (this happens when you have not created an entry for the transaction in Giddh).
    • Partially Matched: Entries which are matching in some part like amount, etc but not in completeness.
    • Matched: Transactions that are in accordance with the details filed by the vendors.  


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