GST Calendar 2019

By:B2B Desk 2019-01-20

The filing of statements with the government within the stipulated dates is important for a taxpayer to avoid incurring interest and fines. A GST calendar can help you remember when to present your statements. The GSTR-1 and 3B forms must be filed by a person registered under GST for each month other than the persons registered under the composition scheme. A person registered under the composition scheme must submit GSTR-4 under GST for each quarter.

GST Calendar February 2019

 

*Due date

Purpose

Period

Description

07th Feb

TDS /TCSLiability Deposit

Jan‘19

Depositing TDS/ TCS liability under Income Tax laws

  GSTR-8(Monthly)

Oct-Dec’18

Summary of Tax Collected at Source(TCS) and deposited by E-commerce Operator under GST laws extended

10th Feb

GSTR-8(Monthly)

Jan’19

Summary of Tax Collected at Source(TCS) and deposited by E-commerce Operator under GST laws

11th Feb

GSTR-1(Monthly)

Jan’19

Summary of Outward Supplies where turnover exceeds Rs. 1.5 Crore

13th Feb

GSTR-6(Monthly)

Jan’19

Details of ITC received and distributed by ISD

15th Feb

PF/ESI

Jan’19

Depositing contribution towards PF/ ESI

   20th Feb

GSTR-5(Monthly)

Jan’19

Summary of outward taxable supplies and tax payable by the Non-Resident Taxable person

GSTR-5A(Monthly)

Jan’19

Summary of outward taxable supplies and tax payable by OIDAR

GSTR-3B

Jan’19

Summary of outward supplies, ITC claimed and net tax payable.

25th Feb

EPF Return

Jan’19

Filing Provident Fund Return

28th Feb

GSTR-7(Monthly)

Oct’18-Jan’19

Summary of Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) and deposited under GST laws extended

*The due dates mentioned are subject to changes notified by the department.

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