GST Returns revised schedule upto March 2019

August 18, 2018
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The Government has issued three Notifications on 10-Aug-2018 slightly relaxing the due dates for filing of GSTR-1 till March 2019.  In view of the said Notifications, the following is the revised schedule of filing GSTR-3B & GSTR-1 for the periods upto March 2019.

Monthly GSTR-3B (for all registered persons)


Due Date

July 2018 – March 2019

On or before 20th of the succeeding month along with the payment of tax.

Quarterly GSTR-1 (optional for aggregate turnover upto 1.5 crore)


Due Date

July – September, 2018

31st October, 2018

October – December, 2018

31st January, 2019

January – March, 2019

30th April, 2019

Monthly GSTR-1 (for aggregate turnover of more than 1.5 crore)


Due Date


11th August, 2018


11th September, 2018


11th October, 2018


11th November, 2018


11th December, 2018


11th January, 2019


11th February, 2019


11th March, 2019


11th April, 2019


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