Tuesday, April 21, 2020

GSTR-3B extended dates due to COVID-19


GSTR-3B filing due dates for Normal Taxpayers

Feb-20 GSTR-3B due dates as follows:

  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover upto 1.5 crores in preceding FY: 30th June, 2020
  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover from 1.5 crores to 5 crores in preceding FY: 29th June, 2020
  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover above 5 crores in preceding FY: 24th June, 2020


March-20 GSTR-3B due dates as follows:

  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover upto 1.5 crores in preceding FY: 03rd July, 2020
  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover from 1.5 crores to 5 crores in preceding FY: 29th June, 2020
  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover above 5 crores in preceding FY: 24th June, 2020


April-20 GSTR-3B due dates as follows:

  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover upto 1.5 crores in preceding FY: 6th July, 2020
  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover from 1.5 crores to 5 crores in preceding FY: 30th June, 2020
  • Taxpayers having aggregate turnover above 5 crores in preceding FY: 24th June, 2020


Late Fees Waived If Return Filed On Or Before Due date.

In short
  • Feb-20, March-20 and April-20 months GSTR-3B due date is 24th June 2020 for Taxpayers having aggregate turnover above 5 crores in preceding FY.
  • Feb-20, March-20 months GSTR-3B due date is 29th June 2020 and April-20 months GSTR-3B due date is 30th June 2020 for Taxpayers having aggregate turnover from 1.5 crores to 5 crores in preceding FY.






1 comments:

  1. Aatmnirbhar Bharat Abhiyan in India is the stimulus package worth Rs 20 lakh crore that got allotted for different sectors to impede this pandemic's adverse effects. It is an economic relief package that has emerged as a light at the end of the tunnel for various uprooted sectors and people. As the name suggests, Aatmnirbhar Bharat scheme aims at making the people of India and the Nation self-sufficient in every manner by relying more on local goods rather than imported goods. The scheme facilitates to convert the period of crisis into opportunity by availing the means of livelihood, reliefs, and exemptions to many.

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