Difference between GSTR3A and GSTR 5A

Difference between GSTR3A and GSTR 5A

What is GSTR 5Aand GSTR 3A? How does GSTR 3A differ from GSTR 5A?


GSTR-3A is not a government form, but rather a notice produced by the duty expert. It's issued to a citizen who has neglected to document their GST returns on schedule for a specific duty period. GSTR-5A is Non-Resident foreign taxpayers (special cases under GST Registration) are those suppliers who have come for a short period to make supplies in India without having any business establishments here. Products are normally imported to make local supplies


GSTR3A is an every registered taxable person is required to furnish details of Inward Supply for a tax period. This return has to be filed by the recipient of (goods/services) supplies within 15 days from the end of the relevant tax period. But GSTR 5A is a taxpayers can take credit for supplies made by them and filed in Form GSTR 5A


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Contents of GSTR 3A under GST returns filing

Non-Resident foreign taxpayers has to file GSTR 5A in Indian


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