No, physical Challans will not be accepted for the payment of GST. Payments can be made only by the Challan/s generated through the GST Portal (www.gst.gov.in.).
Manual or physical Challans are not allowed under the GST regime. It is mandatory to generate Challans online on the GST Portal.
There is single Challan prescribed for all taxes, fees, penalty, interest, and other payments to be made under the GST regime.
There is no limit to the number of Challans that you can create in a day.
No, any change in the amount of the Challan will not be allowed on the bank’s portal after generation of CPIN. You will need to create a new Challan for any change in amount. The Challan with incorrect data, if unused, will automatically expire after 15 days.
There is no need to keep the copy of Challan as all the records will be available at the GST Portal. You can get a copy of the same from the Dashboard > Services > Payments > Challan History section of the GST Portal.
No, a separate cheque or DD has to be issued for each and every Challan separately.
The validity period for a CPIN is 15 days. You cannot make GST payment once a CPIN expires. Additionally, date of expiry for the generated Challan is clearly mentioned on the Challan for your convenience.
Yes, a generated CIN is proof that the payment has been made successfully and yes, the amount paid will be credited to the cash ledger.
There is no provision to make an online payment using a Challan generated for an offline payment. In such a case generate the Challan again; the earlier Challan will expire automatically as per its expiry date.