TallyPrime Auditor License (Renewal) (Multi User)   TallyPrime

  TallyPrime Silver Renewal (Single User)   TallyPrime Silver New Licence (Single User)   TallyPrime Gold New Licence (Multi User)   Purchase
Tally on
Open DEMAT Account with in 24 Hrs and start investing now!
GST - Goods and Services Tax »
Open DEMAT Account in 24 hrs
 Highest tax slab on online gaming may stunt growth
  Infosys directed to fix glitches on income tax e-filing portal
 Infosys directed to fix glitches on income tax e-filing portal
 GST Filing Deadline Extended After Portal Glitch; Know New Date to File Form GSTR-3B
 GST ITC Fraud: Delhi HC holds Debiting through Electronic ITC Ledger is valid Deposit to Fulfill Bail Condition
  95 LPA Opening General Manager Finance. Pref. from Ecommerce
 Finance Ministers faces queries from students on GST, Income Tax relief to defence personnel
 Coming soon, a structural revamp of GST
  The Top Five GST Changes Budget 2022
 CAIT urges Centre to exempt GST registration for e-commerce sales
 AAAR ruling on salary to impact head office-branch GST dynamics
 How real is the GST boost?
 GST on helmets equivalent to compromising road safety. Here's why?
 ICAI writes to CBDT seeking waiver of penalty on late filing of income tax audit reports

GST Filing Deadline Extended After Portal Glitch; Know New Date to File Form GSTR-3B
May, 19th 2022

GST Filing Deadline Extended: Following technical glitches faced by taxpayers  on the GST (Goods and Services) portal, the government has decided to extend the deadline to file GST forms GSTR-2B and GSTR-3B to May 24. It has also asked Infosys to solve the problem as soon as possible, the Centre said in a tweet a day back. This came hours after the government acknowledged the glitch in the GST portal and said it was mulling an extension of deadline to file GST forms.

“The due date for filing FORM GSTR-3B for the month of April 2022 has been extended till 24th May 2022,” the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) wrote on Twitter in the late hours of Tuesday.

The CBIC had earlier on Tuesday said a technical glitch had been reported by the GSTN (GST Network) in generation of April 2022 GSTR-2B and auto-population of GSTR-3B on portal.

“A technical glitch has been reported by @Infosys_GSTN in generation of April 22 GSTR-2B & auto-population of GSTR-3B on portal. Infosys has been directed by Govt for early resolution. Technical team is working to provide GSTR-2B &correct auto-populated GSTR-3B at the earliest," it had said in a tweet.

GSTR-2B is an auto-drafted Input Tax Credit (ITC) statement, which is available to every GST-registered entity based on the information furnished by their suppliers in their respective sales return form GSTR-1. The GSTR 2B statement is mostly made available to taxpaying businesses on the 12th of the succeeding month. They can claim ITC while paying taxes and filing GSTR-3B, based on this. GSTR-3B is filed on the 20th, 22nd and 24th in a staggered manner for different categories of taxpayers.

“Considering the difficulties faced by taxpayers in filing their GSTR-3B for the month of April 2022, a proposal to extend the due date of filing GSTR-3B for April 2022 is under active consideration. Inconvenience caused to the taxpayers is regretted," the CBIC had said in another tweet.


“In the interim, affected taxpayers interested in filing GSTR-3B are requested to file the return on self-assessment basis using GSTR-2A," the GSTN had said.


The government in 2015 had awarded Infosys a Rs 1,380 crore contract to build and maintain the GST system. However, GST portal glitches have often been reported by taxpayers across the country.

Home | About Us | Terms and Conditions | Contact Us
Copyright 2022 CAinINDIA All Right Reserved.
Designed and Developed by Ritz Consulting