Form GST PMT-07 is now available on GST Portal

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Form GST PMT-07 is now available on GST Portal

If a taxpayer furnishes a monthly return without making the payment of tax due the furnished return will be considered as invalid return. So payment of taxes under the GST regime needs to be done monthly to remain compliant. It is important to note that without furnishing the return for a month and paying the tax due, the subsequent month’s return cannot be furnished.

When GST PMT 07 is to be filed ?

As per Rule 87(8) of CGST Rules,2017, Form GST PMT-07 can be filed by the taxpayer when taxpayer’s bank account has been debited but CIN  has not been generated or CIN has been generated but not communicated to the GST portal.

What is Rule 87(8) of CGST Rules,2017?

Read Rule 87(8) of CGST Rules,2017 (as amended upto 30.10.17) :- Where the bank account of the person concerned, or the person making the deposit on his behalf, is debited but no Challan Identification Number is generated or generated but not communicated to the common portal, the said person may represent electronically in FORM GST PMT-07through the common portal to the bank or electronic gateway through which the deposit was initiated.

 

 Is Form GST PMT 07 available on GST Portal ?  

Application Form GST PMT-07 which is meant for intimating payment discrepancy is now available on the GST portal was tweeted by Official GST Tech twitter handle.

What are the steps to file form GST PMT 07?  

 

Following are the steps to fill Form GST PMT-07

Step 1 : Login with your valid credentials on GSTN portal

Step 2 : Click on services from Dashboard

Step 3 : Select User Services from Services menu

Step 4 : Click on Grievances/Complaints

Step 5 : Now go to Grievance type from Grievances/Complaints Menu

Step 6 : Select Grievance against payment from Grievance type Menu.

(Login>Services>User Services>Grievances/Complaints>Grievance type> Grievance against payment)

Click here to  Download Form GST PMT-07


Form GST PMT –07

[See rule 87(8)]

            Application for intimating discrepancy relating to payment           

1.GSTIN
2.Name (Legal)
3.Trade name, if any
4.Date of generation of challan from Common Portal
5.Common Portal Identification Number (CPIN)
6.Mode of payment (tick one)Net bankingCC/DCNEFT/RTGSOTC

 

7.Instrument detail, for OTC payment onlyCheque / Draft No.DateBank/branch on which drawn
8.Name of bank through which payment made
9.Date on which amount debited / realized
10.Bank Reference Number (BRN)/ UTR No., if any
11.Name of payment gateway (for CC/DC)
12.Payment detailCentral TaxState TaxUT taxIntegrated TaxCess
13.Verification (by authorized signatory) 

I hereby solemnly affirm and declare that the information given herein above is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

 

Signature

Place                                                                                  Name of Authorized Signatory

Date                              Designation /Status………………

Note –

  1. The application is meant for the taxpayer where the amount intended to be paid is debited from his account but CIN has not been conveyed by bank to Common Portal or CIN has been generated but not reported by concerned bank.
  2. The application may be filed if CIN is not conveyed within 24 hours of debit.
  3. Common Portal shall forward the complaint to the Bank concerned and intimate the aggrieved person.
  4. ‘Central Tax’ stands for Central Goods and Services Tax; ‘State Tax’ stands for State Goods and Services Tax; ‘UT Tax’ stands for Union territory Goods and Services Tax; ‘Integrated Tax’ stands for Integrated Goods and Services Tax and ‘Cess’ stands for Goods and Services Tax(Compensation to States)
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