Gstr-3b Can Be Edited And Liability Can Be Setoff Correctly


Anonymous
watch_later 3 years, 5 months ago

As per the latest changes, now you can edit the return of July month and file it.

*3B ADVISORY FOR TAXPAYERS*

Below advisory is for those taxpayers only who have submitted the GSTR-3B but not filed as they were unable to offset the liability :

GSTN have re-enabled the submit button of your GSTR-3B application for July’2017 in case you have not done set-off. If so, the Submit and Save button will be enabled. Please verify and perform the below mentioned steps for re-submission and filing: -

1) Confirm button in each section should be enabled and you should be able to edit the data and save again.

2) Once the save is successful, submit the form again and verify both Liability and ITC ledgers are populated with updated data.

3) Offset the liability in Table 6 – Payment of Tax

4) File the GSTR3B

Credit Manoj Agarwal #GSTSATHI

  • chatComments
    still the option is not available, when it will be available for modification ?? - Sanjeev Kochar
3 Answers

Sanjeev Kochar watch_later 3 years, 5 months ago
arrow_drop_up
0
arrow_drop_down

Still the modification option is not available after the 18 hours of the tweet by GST tech. 

  • chatComments
    No , it is available on gst helpdesk.. i am in helpdesk - RAJAT RAJ
    where it is available on helpdesk plz help - Sachin Mishra
    it is not available on my portal, when it is available. my GSTIN : 27ALFPM1470N1ZS. PLEASE HELP ME TO ENABLE..... RAJAT RAJ SIR - Ravikant Machhi

GST Payer watch_later 3 years, 5 months ago
arrow_drop_up
0
arrow_drop_down

Good option for those who missed it earlier or submitted wrong return.

I believe this is a good chance to edit and correct the mistakes.

  • chatComments

anonymous user watch_later 3 years, 5 months ago
arrow_drop_up
0
arrow_drop_down

Since there were no penalties for month of July, those who submitted but did not file the return can now edit the return and file it correctly.

  • chatComments
Did Not get Answer?

Join the largest Taxation Q&A platform on internet and ASK YOUR OWN question.

Ask your Question

You need to be logged in to answer.

Ask Question