GST Challan Payment : Process to pay GST online

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Sakshi Shah

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The online GST payment system involves filing GST return, creating challan and finally payment of GST by the taxpayer. A taxpayer under GST can make payment of tax, interest, penalty, fees and other payments by creating a challan on the GST Portal i.e. gst.gov.in

Steps to make online payment of GST challan:

  1. Go to GST Portal

    Click on Services > Payments > Create ChallanGST Payment Online - Create Challan

  2. Enter GSTIN or other applicable ID, enter captcha code and click on Proceed

    Note: Other applicable ID
    i. UIN i.e. Unique Identification Number – in case of UN bodies, embassies, government offices or other notified persons
    ii. TRPID i.e. Tax Return Preparer Identification Number – in case of Tax Return Preparers
    iii. TMPID i.e. Temporary Identification Number – in case of an unregistered dealer having a temporary ID GST Payment Online - Enter GSTIN

  3. The Challan view is displayed

    Enter the amount of tax, interest, penalty, fees and other payments under the respective heads i.e. CGST, IGST, SGST and Cess. Also, we can view the total amount at the bottom of the challan.GST Payment Online - Generate Challan

  4. Select the Payment Mode

    Select from E-Payment, Over the Counter or NEFT/RTGS

A. E-Payment

GST Payment Online - Download Challan
GST Payment Online - Net Banking
GST Payment Online - Payment Receipt

B. Over the Counter (OTC)

C. NEFT / RTGS

FAQs

What is ARN number in GST?

Application Reference Number (ARN) is an acknowledgement issued by GSTN system portal to the taxpayers who have successfully submitted their application after completing the full process.

Can I make a GST payment through a physical challan?

No, physicals challans will not be accepted for the payment of GST. Payments can be made only through the challans generated in gst.gov.in

Can GST Challan be cancelled?

Yes, you can cancel a OTC Challan which is not paid from the Challan History. Navigate to Services > Payments > Challan History to cancel such OTC Challan.

Can excess GST paid by mistake be refunded?

Yes. Excess GST paid by mistake will be refunded. Log in to the GST website, go to services and submit your refund application.

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