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Revised Due Dates for Filing GSTR-1

Taking into account, the recent notifications issued by the Government of India, the due dates for filing of GSTR 1 have now been extended. These notifications are released on the CBEC/Government website, and sources in media have also confirmed the extension of the due dates.

The revised due dates for filing GSTR 1 now are:

For taxpayers having a turnover up to Rs 1.5 crores:

The people can furnish the details of outward supply of goods or outward supply of services or both in the Form GSTR-1, in effect during the quarter that is specified in column 2 till the period mentioned in column 3 of the table given below.

Sr.No.Months for which details in FORM GSTR 1 are furnishedTime for furnishing the details in FORM GSTR 1
1July 2017- September  201731st October 2018
2October 2017- December 201731st October 2018
3January 2018- March  201831st October 2018
4April  2018 – June 201831st October 2018
5July 2018 – September 201831st October 2018
6October 2018 – December 201831st January 2019
7January 2019 – March 201930th April 2019

For taxpayers having a turnover of more than Rs 1.5 crores:

The council has extended the time limit for furnishing details of outward supplies in Form GSTR-1 by the class of people whose turnover is more than 1.5 crores in either the preceding or the current financial year.

Sr.No.Quarter for which details in FORM GSTR 1 are furnishedTime for furnishing the details in FORM GSTR 1
1July 2017- September 201831st October 2018
2October 2018- March 201911th of succeeding month


This extension has come as a welcome news for all businesses and professionals who have registered under GST.

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CA Chetan Shinde
CA Chetan Shinde
Chetan is the Lead Tax Advisor at H&R Block (India) with an experience of almost half a decade in audit and taxation. His professional areas of interest are GST advisory and statutory audit. Apart from taxation, he is passionate about social causes and works extensively towards rural school development and literacy.