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GST Challan : View or Edit saved challan on GST Portal

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Sakshi Shah

GST
GST Challan
GST Portal
Payments & Refunds
Last updated on April 26th, 2021

A taxpayer who wants to make payment of GST, Interest, Penalty, Fee etc needs to create a challan on the GST Portal. Any new or saved challan can be modified before generating the CPIN i.e. Common Portal Identification Number. A saved challan is valid for a period of 7 days.

Steps to view or edit the Saved GST Challan

  1. Visit to GST Portal

    Login to your account on the GST Portal

  2. Go to Services > Payments >

    Select “My Saved ChallansGST Challan - Navigate to Saved Challan

  3. All the saved challans appear on the screen

    They are shown in chronological order with the most recently saved challan on top.
    The challan details include the reference number, creation date, expiry date, amount and mode of payment.
    Note:
    * You can view or edit a saved challan for a period of 7 days
    * The taxpayer can save a maximum of 10 challans.GST Challan - Saved Challans View

  4. Click on Edit or Delete under the Action button

    Note:
    * To create a new challan – click on the Create Challan tab
    * To view the generated challans (paid, unpaid, expired) challans – Click on the Challan History tabGST Portal - Create Challan View

FAQs

What is CPIN, CIN and BRN?

CPIN i.e. Common Portal Identification Number – created when a challan is generated
CIN i.e. Challan Identification Number – created by a bank when payment for the challan is successful
BRN i.e. Bank Reference Number – transaction number created by a bank for a payment made against a challan

Can I cancel a GST Challan already generated?

GST Challan once generated cannot be cancelled. In such cases, do not make the payment. The challan would expire within 15 days from creation.

Can a challan generated from GST portal be modified?

Once a challan is generated online, it cannot be modified further and will be frozen. However, a tax payer can save the challan midway for future editing.

Got Questions? Ask Away!

  1. Hey @HarshitShah

    GST refund claims must be filed within 2 years from the relevant date. If the claim is in order, the refund has to be sanctioned within a period of 60 days from the date of receipt of the claim.

    If a refund is not approved within the stated period of 60 days, interest at the rate notified must be paid in conformity with section 56 of the CGST/SGST Act.

    Hope this helps!

  2. Hey,

    Which form should be filed to claim a refund? And can I file for a refund offline?

  3. Hey @SonalYadav

    You can file for a refund both online and offline. A taxpayer can file for a refund by filing Form RFD-01/ RFD-01A. RFD-01 is an application for the online processing of refund under GST. It is to be e-filed on the GST portal. Whereas, RFD - 01A is the application form for refund form under GST for manual processing.

    Hope this helps! :slight_smile: