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In the 31st GST Council Meet, it was decided that a New Return System under GST would be introduced for taxpayers. This return system will contain simplified return forms, for ease of filing across taxpayers registered under GST. Under this New Return System, there will be one main return GST RET-1 and 2 annexures GST ANX-1 and GST ANX-2. This return will need to be filed on a monthly basis, except for small taxpayers who can opt to file the same quarterly. Small taxpayers are taxpayers with a turnover up to Rs 5 crore in the preceding financial year.
The New GST Return System has been launched on a trial basis from July 2019, and the full-fledged system will be put into place from April 2020 (earlier: October 2019). This transition plan will be carried out in a phased manner. The trial phase will be for users to familiarise themselves with the annexure forms of the new return system.
The transition plan that was previously announced was as follows:
From July to September, during the trial phase, taxpayers will continue to file their GSTR-1 and GSTR-3B returns as per the current system in place. From October 2019, GST ANX-1 will need to be filed by large taxpayers, which will replace the GSTR-1 return. However, GSTR-3B will still need to be filed up to November 2019. In the case of small taxpayers. they will need to pay taxes using PMT-08, which will replace their GSTR-3B return.
From December 2019, large taxpayers will have to start filing GST RET-01, the main return under the new return system. For small taxpayers, their first GST RET-01 will need to be filed for the quarter of October-December 2019.
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