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GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

[ecis2016.org] This guide will explain the process of making GST payment online, as well as offline, in stepwise manner.

Anyone who provides services or supplies goods must pay GST, if the output tax exceeds the input tax liability. Businesses in India can make GST payment online, as well as offline. This guide will explain the stepwise process of GST payment online and offline.

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How to generate GST challan without logging in?

Step 1: On the GST portal, go to the ‘Services’ option. From ‘Payments’ option below it, select ‘Create Challan’.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

Step 2: Now, provide a GSTIN/other ID and click on ‘Proceed’.

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

Step 3: Once you provide the GSTIN, you will be asked to enter the Captcha code in the next column. Click on proceed.

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

Step 4: Fill all details on the subsequent pages, as shown in the images below.

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

Step 5: In the GSTIN/other ID for challan generation field, input the required ID. Click on Proceed.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

 Step 6: The challan is generated and can be downloaded by clicking on the ‘Download’ option.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

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How to generate GST challan after logging in?

Step 1: Input your user ID and password.

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

Step 2: Go to ‘Services’ option. From ‘Payments’ option below it, select ‘Create Challan’ option.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

Step 3: You will be asked to enter the same details as shown above.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

  

How to make GST payment?

Step 1: Login to the GST portal and go to ‘Services’ option. Pick ‘Payments’ and then ‘Challan History’.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

  

Step 2: Select the CPIN link for where you want to make payment. If you do not know the CPIN number, you can select ‘Search By Date’.

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

  

Step 3: You can select the mode of payment from net banking or credit/debit card. Choose your bank from the list given to initiate payment.

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

Once the payment is made, you will be able to its status on the screen.

 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

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Offline GST payment

In case of offline GST payment, you can choose ‘Over The Counter (OTC)’ or NEFT/RTGS option, input the bank details from where the cash/cheque/demand draft is deposited and click on ‘Generate Challan’. 

GST payment: How to make GST payment online and offline?

 

FAQs

Can I make a GST payment through a physical challan?

No, physical challans are not accepted for making GST payment. Payments can be made only by using challans generated through GST portal, www.gst.gov.in.

What are CPIN, CIN and BRN?

CPIN means Common Portal Identification Number, made for every challan successfully generated by a taxpayer. CIN means Challan Identification Number, generated by banks, once payment in lieu of a generated challan is successful. BRN is Bank Reference Number, which is a transaction number given by banks for a payment against a challan.

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Debora Berti

Università degli Studi di Firenze, IT

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