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Unexpected change on GST due date extension to November 30th 2019
The last date for Annual Return filing of FORM GSTR-9/FORM GSTR-9A is extended. Due to many issues the reconciliation of the statement for FORM GSTR-9C is prolonged from 31st August 2019 TO November 30th 2019. This is the tax that had to be paid for the financial year 2017 – 2018
The proceedings were as follows:
On August 26th, an order passed by ministry of Finance with a number RoD No: 07/2019-CT at New Delhi, India, on GST update for general taxpayers other than Input Service Distributors. Ths was categorized under the Section 51, 52 where the non- resident taxable person and casual taxable person are subjected to GST for every financial year, which is now furnished with an added service of electronic annual return calculator. It was expected to be filled and payment should have been made on or before 31st December of every financial year.
As the purpose of introducing the electronic device for GST payment were not fulfilled, due to some technical problems. It was filed under the sub section (1) of section 44 by a few taxpayers. This has lead to insufficient information availability between the period of July 1st 2017 to March 31st 2018. Also, the registered persons were unable to get the taxpayers’ details, the expected provisions as per the section 44 were not allotted.
For further details and clarifications regarding this order contacting kanakkupillai services will land you on a safe note. But, how do we check on this order? The order shortly titled as “Central Goods and Service Taxes (Seventh removal of difficulties) order, 2019”. This information is passed on by Under Secretary to the Government of India, Ruchi Bisht. Also, on explanation letters and words are marked in double quotation for a better highlighted understanding.
Thus, it is a mandatory to file GST on or before 30th November, 2019.