One of the notifications issued recently talks about the input tax credit to be availed by taxpayers on a provisional basis up to 20% of the eligible credit available in the GSTR – 2A. This is notified wide Notification No 49/2019 – Central Tax, dated 9th Oct 2019. What does it mean? It means that […]
What are the transactions i need to show in the Point F of Part II of FORM GSTR – 9C, “Trade Discounts accounted for in the audited Annual Financial Statement but are not permissible under GST” ? There could be some business cases where the discount being offered is not know at the time of supply […]
Do I need to prepare the Annual Return before starting my GST Audit and filling of Form GSTR – 9C? Yes, the Annual Return has filled /to be taken as a base for preparing the reconciliation statement as it will give the final input tax credit availed, output tax liability for the period July 2017 […]
Can a taxpayer take input tax credit after the due date of September month return or filing of Annual Return? No, you cannot take credit of the previous fiscal year after the due date of the September month return or filing of annual return whichever basis on the provisions of Sub-Section 4, Section 16 of […]
One of the main features of Goods and Service Tax is the availability of the Input Tax Credit across the supply chain cycle. This statement provides very soothing sound to the trade and industry but it has certain conditions to be fulfilled to take advantage of this statement. As there is no matching for the time being as the Government has […]
As per Circular No. 33/07/2018-GST dated 23rd Feb 2018, the taxpayer as on 1st of July is not eligible to take the credit on the blocked CENVAT Credit from the carried forward balance in the Electronic Credit Ledger. Blocked input tax credit here refers to input tax credit taken on items such as pipelines laid […]
As per Section 171 of the CGST Act, any reduction in the tax rate or additional benefit of the input tax credit has to be passed to the recipient under Anti-Profiteering.
The claim of input tax credit shall be considered as matched where the amount of input tax credit claimed in GSTR – 2 of the recipient is equal to or less than the output tax on such tax invoice or debit note in the GSTR -1 of the Supplier.
In GSTR – 3 if there is a difference between the tax amounts filed in GSTR – 3B and with GSTR – 1 and GSTR – 2, the same can be adjusted in Part – B of GSTR – 3. If the tax liability is more, then the same has to be paid/discharged in case […]
If a taxpayer has missed any outward supplies or inward supplies invoices amounts while filing GSTR – 3B, those invoices can be included in the GSTR – 1 and GSTR – 2 and the output liability and input tax credit will be considered in the GSTR – 3 and if any amount is payable the […]