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GST filings rise 8.2% to 64.8 lakh in November

CBIC is drawing comfort from the numbers, saying “there is a fair improvement in compliance” and added that the GSTN return filing system was working smoothly.

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“To stay away from any load threshold related intricacy in filing, they should preferably file their return earlier than the last days,” the government agency said.
NEW DELHI: The Central Board of Indirect Taxes & Customs (CBIC) on Thursday said the filing of GSTR-3B returns shot up by 50% on Wednesday, the deadline for filing returns, with close to 18.3 lakh returns being filed through the online network, as against 12.2 lakh in October.

During November, returns filed so far have increased by 8.2% to 64.8 lakh, as against 59.9 lakh in the previous month.

CBIC is drawing comfort from the numbers, saying “there is a fair improvement in compliance” and added that the GSTN return filing system was working smoothly. “To stay away from any load threshold related intricacy in filing, they should preferably file their return earlier than the last days,” the government agency said.

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