"17 July 2017" Archive

Understanding GST Invoicing Provisions (supplemented by FAQs)

Through this article, we have tried to put together a summary of all the invoicing rules and provisions into one thread and help everyone in implementing GST invoicing into their accounting systems....

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Preparation For GSTR 3B

Govt has deferred dates for GSTR 1 & GSTR 2 for the month of July 2017, from 10th Aug & 15th Aug 2017 to 5th Sep & 10th Sept respectively but at the same time it has introduced for 2 months only a New Form GSTR 3B which needs to be filed on or before 20th Aug 17 for July 17 working. Therefore it is prerequisite to start effort...

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Job Work Procedures in the GST Acts

Role of job workers in manufacturing sector are being more and more influential on passage of time. Big companies in manufacturing sector are getting their products done by job workers. It will not be wrong to say that today big organizations are busy to build and retain image of their Brands. Therefore, it is very important to frame flex...

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GST Guide: Sub Brokers/ Agents/ Intermediaries

Earlier, under the service tax law sub brokers were not liable to pay service tax as liability of sub broker was discharged by main broker. They were not liable to get registered....

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Composition Scheme of GST : Boon to small Tradres

The GST tax system has provided a big relief for those small traders, who trade goods locally and most of them are one man army, who in the course of business procure the goods for sale, do marketing and look after all affairs of their business venture himself. The Central Board of Excise and Customs have issued certain Notifications on...

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Thin capitalisation – impact on future debt raising

The taxation regime in India seems to be undergoing crucial changes to negate the above quote from one of the greatest philosophers of all times. On this backdrop, the principles of thin capitalisation as prescribed in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (‘OECD’) Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (‘BEPS) Action ...

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Liability of GST Registrations & GST Payments thereof with Expert Analysis & Case Studies.

Under existing laws for Computation of Turnover limit for the purpose of SSI exemption of Rs 10 lakhs vide Notification No.33/2012-ST dated 20.06.2012, exempted or export turnover has to be excluded but same is not the case in GST as there is no exclusion for Exempted or export turnover for calculation of Threshold limit of 20/10 lac fo...

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When a supplier is liable to register under GST

As per section 22 and 24 of CGST ACT, 2017 following kinds of supplier shall be required to get register : (1) Every supplier shall be liable to be registered under this Act in the State or Union territory, other than special category States, from where he makes a taxable supply of goods or services or both, if his aggregate turnover in a...

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Job Work Provisions in Simple Manner

GST in India has provided a special procedure for removal of products from the principal manufacturer to job worker and return work from job worker to principal manufacturer subject to some terms, conditions, and limitations. Presently, excise duty is levied on the activity of ‘manufacture of goods’, whereas the VAT or central sales t...

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5 Issues SMEs Faced After GST Implementation

Exports in GST is a zero-rated supply i.e. supply can be done even without payment of tax. However, the procedural aspects were not clear to many. People struggled with questions like whether ARE-1 was required or not? Whether bonds entered into in excise regime will be sufficient?...

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