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Goods & Service Tax Consultant

  • Providing Consultancy in Migration of Existing VAT, Service Tax and Excise Registration Number into GST. 
  • Providing Consultancy for Implementation of GST in Your Organisation.
  • Providing Consultancy on Transition from Existing Laws to GST i.e. what is treatment of Existing Tax Credit available, What Formalities to be done on Transition, What types of Forms to be filed on transition etc.
  • Providing Consultancy for Change in Accounting Procedures, Records and Documents, Invoices etc.
Providing Consultancy on Tax Planning in GST Regime.

Filing Of GST Return


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Type Of Service ProviderCA FIRM
LocationUttar Pardesh

Filing of GST Return on Monthly Basis

1. Filing of GSTR-3B Due Date 20th of Every Month
2. Filing of GSTR- 1 Due Date - As Notified by Govt

Presently GSTR-3B is filed on monthly basis , but GSTR-1 filed on monthly basis whose turnover is more than 150 Lacs and for others on Qtly basis.

In case of NIL Return our Professional Charges will be Rs 1500/+ GST @ 18% = Total RS 1770/-

In other Cases our Professional Charges based on Volume of Work which may varry from Rs 2000/- to Rs 10,000/- PM + GST Charges.

1) Total Invoice Purchase + Sales up to 30 Nos- Our Professional Charges will be Rs 2000/+ GST @ 18%= 2360/-

2) Total Invoice Purchase + Sales above 30 & up to 100 Nos- Our Professional Charges will be Rs 3000/+ GST @ 18%= 3540/-

3) Total Invoice Purchase + Sales above 100 & up to 500 Nos- Our Professional Charges will be Rs 5000/+ GST @ 18%= 5900/-

4) Total Invoice Purchase + Sales above 500- Our Professional Charges will be Rs 10,000/+ GST @ 18%= 11800/-

Documents required for Filing of Monthly GST Return.

1) Detail of Sale and Purchase in excel Sheet
2) Photocopy of Sales and Purchase Bills
3) Detail of Input credit Claim along with Photocopy of Invoice
4) Copy of Debit Note/ Credit Note ( if any)
5) Detail of Cancel Invoices
6) Copy of Challan of CGST/SGST/IGST Deposited
7) Detail of Export Sales/ Services

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GST Registration


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Service Details:
Document RequirementAadhar Card
Type Of EnterpriseProprietorship, Partnership, Pvt Ltd Company, LLP, Limited Company, HUF, Trust, NGO, RWA etc
GST Consultancy Needed ForGst Registration
Type Of Service ProviderCA Firm
Industry TypeServices
LocationUttar Pardesh
Gst Returns Prepare And FilingDELHI NCR
DurationRegistration Activity- One Time
Service ModeRegistration Services

GST Registration Charges- Rs 3000/- Includes GST

Documents Required for Registration:

1. PAN CARD- Proprietor, Directors, Partners, Company, Firm
2. Aadhar Card for Individual Address Proof
3. Photograph of Individual
4. Bank Statement - Individual, Company, Firm ( as applicable)
5. Address Proof of Firm/ Company
6. Nature of Services
7. DSC in case of Company
8. MOA+AOA, Partnership Deed Copy, COI
9. Din Number of all Directors
10. Mobile Number and Email ID of all Individuals

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Gst Assessment Service


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Types of Assessment under GST Laws

1- Self-Assessment- Section -59

Every person who is a registered taxable person can assess his tax liability on his or her own and furnish returns for each taxation period. GST also allows self-assessment just like the other tax liability such as VAT, Excise and Service Tax under current taxation regime. Self assessment is stated under Section 59 of the GST act.

After doing self assessment, the person is required to pay tax based on this assessment. In this regard Section 59 of the GST Act states
“Every registered person shall self-assess the taxes payable under this Act and furnish a return for each tax period as specified under section 39.”

 2- Provisional Assessment - Section-60

Under section If an assessee is unable to determine his tax liability value or rate he or she can request the officer for provisional assessment. This further gives two conditions under which this assessment is done:

  • If the taxpayer is unable to determine value due to difficulty in calculation of the transaction value or confusion regarding inclusion of certain receipts or not.
  • If the taxpayer is unable to determine the rate of tax due to difficulty in classification of goods and services or whether any notification is applicable or not. 

3- Scrutiny Assessment- Section-61

  • To verify the correctness of the returns, the GST officer scrutinize it. Return is scrutinized by proper office as per the provision of section 61 of CGST Act.
  • In case any discrepancy found, he shall furnish the notice to the registered persons about the discrepancy and seeking the reply from the person.The person shall within 15 days from the date of the notice shall furnish the reply.
  • The registered person may accept the discrepancy as mentioned in the notice and pay the taxes, interest and any other amount due and inform the same to proper officer.
  • If proper office found the information is acceptable the proper office shall inform the registered person accordingly.
  • In case if discrepancy is not accepted by the person then he shall give explanation to the proper officer.
  • This is not mandatory for the officer as it is not a legal or judicial proceeding. The officer for the same can ask for explanations if any discrepancies noticed. The officer can take the following actions after receiving the explanations for the same:
    • When Explanation is Satisfactory- The officer will inform the taxpayer and no further actions will be taken in this regard.

4- Best Judgment Assessment

The Assessing Officer under this assessment has an obligation to make an assessment of the total income or less of a taxpayer to the best of his judgment in the following cases.
Assessment of non-filers of returns- Section-62

Assessment of Unregistered Person - Section-63

5- Summary Assessment - Section -64

This type of assessment is stated under Section 64. The authorized office is required to obtain prior permission of additional commissioner or joint commissioner to take this assessment. To protect the interest of revenue, a GST officer can proceed to assess the tax liability of a person showing a tax liability with any evidence . The officer can also issue an assessment order id he has proof that the delay in assessment can adversely affect the interest of revenue.

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– C/A NO -10064879821 Account Holder: “A V K M AND ASSOCIATES. “RTGS/NEFT IFSC: IDFB0021331


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