Central E-waybills are mandatory from 1st of Feb 2018 for all interstate transactions. It is optional for the taxpayers from 16th Jan 2018. The E-waybills has to be generated online only and we can have the following four options Web-based Bulk Generation SMS API Form 1st of Feb 2018, the taxpayers need not go to […]
In Section 5 of the GSTR – 3B, inward supplies for interstate and intra-state has to be shown for supplies from composition taxpayer, exempted and NIL rated supplies along with Non-GST supplies have to be shown at the summary level only.
As per the latest GST Returns, In Table 11 B of GSTR – 1, tax invoice issued during the return filing period will be shown for which advances have been received in the previous months. It will be grouped by rate wise for the interstate and intrastate supplies.
As per the latest GST Returns, In Table 11 A of GSTR – 1, advances received from the customers have to be shown rate wise for the interstate and intrastate grouped by the tax rate. Taxes on these will be added to be output tax liability.
As per the Final GST Returns Formats, in table 8 of GSTR – 1, supplies for the month has to be classified as Nil Rated, GST Exempted and Non-GST Supplies have to be shown at a summary level for B2B and B2C for interstate and intrastate.
As per the Final Returns Formats, supplies to B2C have to be shown in Table 7 of GSTR – 1, grouped by Tax Rates only for Intrastate and Interstate supplies. In the case of interstate supplies, it has to be grouped by State Code and then by Tax Rates. HSN Code /SAC Code along with […]
Under the Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) Act, 2017, Cess will be levied on all interstate and intra-state transactions on the supply of goods and service notified by the GST council from time to time. Cess is not applicable to be paid by persons who have opted for registration under composition scheme.