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Every registered dealer has to file a GSTR-1 every month or every quarter, thus it is also called as the monthly or quarterly return. This GSTR-1 must be filed by every dealer whosoever is a registered one. It has all the details of the outward supplies which means all about the sales. Moreover, this GSTR 1 filing as a total of 13 sections. 


When to file GSTR 1

The GSTR 1 has to be filed either quarterly or monthly based on the gross turnover of the income of your firm or organisation. 

If your business is able to get sales worth up to Rs. 1.5 crores, then they have to file a quarterly return.

If your business gets a turnover of more than Rs. 1.5 crores, then they have to file a monthly GSTR 1 return. 


Who should file GSTR 1

Whether or not, every person has made any transaction in a particular month or not, he has to file a GSTR-1 for it is mandatory for every registered person. Though there are some who are exempted from filing the returns. These are as follows:

Those who are Input Service Distributors

Composition Dealers

The Suppliers who deal with the online information and database access or retrieval services (OIDAR), and who need to pay the tax by themselves under Section 14 of the IGST Act

Taxable people who are Non-residents

Those taxpayers who are liable to collect TCS

The taxpayers who are liable to deduct TDS


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FAQ - Frequently asked questions

What is GSTR-1?

GSTR-1 is a monthly Statement of Outward Supplies to be furnished by all normal and casual registered taxpayers making outward supplies of goods and services or both and contains details of outward supplies of goods and services.

Can I file GSTR-1 for the period between July 2017 to November 2019 now?


What is the penalty if I file my GSTR-1 after 10th January 2020?

Rs. 50 per day or Rs. 10,000 maximum penalty will be levied for filing post 10th January 2020. What if I didn't have any business during this period? Do I still have to file GST Returns Yes. GST Returns are mandatory to be filed if you are registered under GST

What if I have neither filed GSTR-3B nor GSTR-1?

It is advisable to get the filing of both returns done on priority to avoid any legal action from the department and take the benefit of penalty waiver on GSTR-1.

Do I need to upload the invoice(s) details at the time of filing GSTR-1? 

Taxpayers can upload invoice details any time during the tax period and not just at the time of filing of GSTR-1. For example, let’s take September 2017 as the tax period – the taxpayer can upload invoices from 1st September to 10th October and after 15th October in case of late filing of GSTR-1.