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Extend Due Dates for Composite scheme & GST Return filing

There are many assessees who are still in the process of migration & many files have not been yet converted at the GST portal as final due to some technical and procedural problems. Also, there are problems in respect of claim of ITC in filing of GST Returns.
Advocate Akhilesh Kumar Sah

There are many assessees who are still in the process of migration & many files have not been yet converted at the GST portal as final due to some technical and procedural problems. Also, there are problems in respect of claim of ITC in filing of GST Returns.

For the existing assessees, who are registered under VAT, Central Excise and Service Tax, etc., have been allowed time up to 22.09.2017 for migration.

Suggestions:

Government should extend the date of composite scheme upto30.09.2017 as well as the dates of filing GST Returns should be extended.

People of India will face a lot of problems and trading activities will also suffer due to small limits and procedures laid down in respect of e-way bill requirement from 16.08.2017 for which large relaxations are necessary as well as the further extension of date for its compliance.

The group insurance scheme should be launched for the persons registered in GST Portal as was in VAT system in some states of India.

View Comments (16)

  • The central government should extend the date to opt for composition scheme as small traders are still not clear about the whole GST process. If the date is not extended than small traders will be forced to close down their business.

  • i am running a small restaurant my turnover is 30to 40 lakhs. so please kindly extend the date for composition scheme

  • in some cases their is some technical problem in opting composition scheme. portal is not showing option of composition scheme.help desk tells there are more than 9 lakh traders who are facing problem in opting composition scheme

  • Season’s greetings to you.

    We are sure you will very well understand the most of the Indians believe in Almighty.

    It is fixed August 25th Friday as the extended due date for filing the GSTR3B. The day falls on Lord Sri Ganesh Chaturti which will be worshipped by most of the Indians.

    Can the Central Government deprive them of celebrating the festival by concentrating more on filing only statutory returns.

    Lord Ganapa is Vigna Nivaraka and for successful transition of new era of GST with his blessings, we suggest your good self to postpone to 31st August 2017 including TRANS 1 which is due for 28th

    August and enable the stakeholders, Auditors , GST Suvidha Providers, Practitioners, etc to enjoy the festival which comes only ONCE in a year and GST is repeated every month….!

    With Best Regards

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