ClearGST End-to-End GSTR-6 Filing Guide
The advanced ClearGST solution provides an end-to-end filing of GSTR-6 at a PAN level, across multiple GSTINs. It also provides its users a smart error correction UI at every stage - upon importing of data, uploading prepared data onto the GSTN, and filing with the GSTN, for a hassle-free, quick and accurate GSTR-6 filing experience.
With the advanced, enterprise-grade ClearGST solution, you can ensure a notice-free 2023! Here’re some exclusive features for GSTR-6 you must not miss exploring on the platform-
- PAN-level filing that reduces time spent on filing by over 70%
- Enjoy a single file import of all docs (Purchase and ISD documents) for preparing ISD Return
- Proactively address errors with our smart error correction on UI such as the ingestion duplicate warning layer, mismatch in tax rate vs tax amount, and invalid customer GSTINs
- Generate ISD documents for your regular GSTINs using Turnover information
- Auto-calculate the Cross ITC details for the reconciliation table and save them to GSTN
If you are an existing ClearGST user, skip to ‘Import Data for GSTR-6’ section. If you happen to be a new user, follow the steps given under ‘One-time Account Registration’ and ‘Create a Workspace’ sections before proceeding to ‘Import Data for GSTR-6’ section.
If you are a first time user, register with ‘Clear’ using our web portal or app, by creating a new account using the authorised person’s email address. Follow the below steps-
Step 2: Verify the email ID via link sent on the registered email ID.
Once you’ve created an account, login to the account to add company and GSTIN details-
- 1.Add legal name, annual turnover, ERP in use, and products offered by Clear that you’re interested to use.
- 2.By entering these minimal details, you’ve created a workspace.
- 3.After that, you can add GSTINs and respective business names.
Step 2: On the launchpad, select the tile named ‘GST’ to open the GST software.
Step 3: Click on ‘Add GSTINs →’
Step 4: Add GSTINs, business name and click on ‘Continue →’.