In order to generate an accurate GST returns, you need to enter the sales data of your business in Octa GST. As per the availability and convenience, you may enter the data in the form of detailed documents or you may also enter the consolidated summary of sales.
Sales data consists of following type of documents:
|Sales invoices issued to your customers
|Credit notes issued to your customers
|Debit notes issued to your customers
|Details of advance received from customer for which supply is still pending.
Details of advance which was received from the customer in an earlier return period and that advance has now been adjusted against the supply in current period.
|Details of advance refunded which was received from the customer in earlier return period.
Don't import the B2C and Non-Taxable summary separately if you have already imported all invoices and credit/debit notes at the document level. It will be automatically calculated from sales invoices and credit/debit notes.
Don't import the HSN summary separately if you have already imported all invoices and credit/debit notes with HSN codes and quantity. HSN summary will be automatically calculated from sales invoices and credit/debit notes.
Octa GST also supports the following types of summary that you can directly import:
|B2C Sales Summary
|State and GST rate wise summary of business to customer sales
|Non-Taxable Sales Summary
|Consolidated value of nil-rated, exempt and non-GST outward supplies
|HSN code or description wise summary of outward supplies
|Start and end number of document series issued during the return period