Deadline extended for March GST sales return until April 23: Govt

The last date for filing summary sales return and payment of taxes for March was April 20, 2019

By PTI  
Saturday, April 20, 2019

The government has extended the last date for filing summary sales return, GSTR-3B, for March month by three days until April 23.

"Due date for filing GSTR-3B for the tax period March 2019 has been extended to April 23, 2019," a ticker on GST portal gst.gov.in' said.

The last date for filing summary sales return and payment of taxes for March was April 20, 2019.

AMRG & Associates Partner Rajat Mohan said, ''Glitches in GSTN is leading to frequent extensions in the filing of tax returns. Tax filers also need to improve the habit of filing at the last date, leading to burden on the servers resulting in the collapse of the same."

Also read: GST officers seek clarification from firms for mismatch in e-way bill data, sales returns

Also read: Businesses with turnover more than Rs 2 cr can start filing GST audit report for FY18

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