GSTR1, GSTR2A,GSTR2B Reconciliation- Learn How It Works

With help of Suvit GST reconciliation of matching sales and purchase data using different GST returns and sales and purchase registers.

GST Reconciliation

GSTR 2B reconciliation is a crucial process for businesses to ensure accurate and compliant Goods and Services Tax (GST) filing. This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to reconcile GSTR 2B data using the Suvit platform

Step 1: Accessing Suvit

  • Open your web browser and navigate to the Suvit platform.

Step 2: Accessing the Audit Module

  • Once you are logged into Suvit, locate and access the "GST Reco." module from the main dashboard. As per your plan you can use companies for the reconciliation. 1gstreco.png

Step 3: Retrieving GST Data

  • In the "Audit" module, you will find a "Get GST Data" button. Click on it to initiate the reconciliation process. 22024-01-27_141503.png

Step 4: Entering GST Details

  1. A pop-up window will appear, prompting you to enter your GST details. Follow these sub-steps:
  • Select the relevant company from the options provided.
  • The GST number associated with the selected company will be auto-fetched.


Step 5: Adding GST Username

You will need to input your GST username in the pop-up.

Step 6: Fetching Data

Once you've entered your username, click on the "Get Data" button.

Step 7: Entering OTP

A new window will appear, requesting you to enter the OTP (One-Time Password) to fetch the data from the GST portal. This OTP is typically sent to your registered mobile number or email address.

Step 8: Enabling API Access

  • To successfully retrieve data from the GST portal, the first user must enable API access. You can enable the API by visiting the following link: *link Pending

Step 9: Selecting Time Period

  • After enabling API access, return to Suvit and select the specific time period for which you want to retrieve data.

Step 10: Data Retrieval

  • Data retrieval will occur simultaneously from both the GST portal and Tally (accounting software).

Step 11: Reviewing Data

  • Once the data retrieval process is complete, you will be redirected to a page where you can view the data for the selected time period.

Step 12: Data Status

  • The data will be categorized with different statuses such as "Not in Tally," "Not in Portal," "Partially Matched," and "Matched." Review these statuses to identify discrepancies and discrepancies in your GST data. 4image.png