Gujarat VAT Returns – Extension of due date

November 4, 2010
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We had informed you through our Update earlier that vide Notification No. (GHN-39) VAR-2010(287)/TH dtd. 24-9-2010, the Gujarat Government has made it mandatory for specified category of Dealers to file the VAT & CST Returns Electronically (E-Return) alongwith the information in Form 201A, 201B, 201C, Appendix I & II within thirty days from the end of the month/quarter and the requirement to file physical returns is now dispensed with.

However, in view of the initial period of this newly introduced requirement and the impending Diwali holidays, vide Notification dtd. 3-Nov-2010 the State Government has extended the due date for filing E-Returns for the period ending on 30-Sep-2010 to 21-Nov-2010 for Dealers required to file monthly returns and 15-Dec-2010 for quarterly returns.

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