GSTR-3B due date extended for September tax period

GSTR-3B due date extended

GSTR-3B due date extended: The Same situation every time, the extension is not for the taxpayers but for the Infosys made GST Portal. This time also the lot of problems / technical glitches faced by the taxpayers at the time of filing GSTR-3b for September 2022 on the due date. Seeing the technical glitches the CBIC extended the due date by one day from 20th October 2022 to 21st October 2022.

From due date morning the portal was not responding properly. At the late evening this has been acknowledged by the GST Portal via a tweet -“Taxpayers have reported slowness in portal while filing GSTR 3B return today. The persistence of the issue is acknowledged. Technical teams are working to resolve the issue. An incident report has been sent to CBIC for considering extension in the return filing dates.”

The GSTR 3B form is a return form declared by the Indian government for the sole purpose of GST return filing. According to the official central tax notification, the GSTR 3B form will be available until March 2021. You can read the steps to file GSTR 3b here.

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After this acknowledgement, the CBIC woke up, and tweeted at night, “CBIC has received an Incident Report from GSTN regarding slowness in the System along with a proposal for extending the due date. We continue to monitor the matter closely and the proposal for extension is being examined in consultation with the GST Council so that there is no burden of late fees or interest on the taxpayer.”

Read Also: GST Tax Due date Calendar

On 21st October, CBIC tweeted that,” The GST Implementation Committee of GST Council has approved extension of the due date of filing GSTR-3B return for the month of September 2022, for the monthly filers, from 20th October, 2022 to 21st October 2022.”

This incident has left disappointment between the taxpayers and leaving them helpless. They say they cannot expect no glitches from this GST Portal.

Read Also: GST Weekly Update: Goods and Service Tax October 2022

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