A very hot topic of discussion now a days under the proposed GST regime is the availability of INPUT TAX CREDIT to the registered person on the appointed day and the procedure to claim such ITC under the proposed GST regime.

Section 140 to 142 under the CGST Act 2017 and respective sections under SGST laws along with DRAFT Transition Rules determines the availability and procedure to claim carry forward of ITC to the proposed GST regime.  CGST Act has been passed by the union government but some states are yet to pass their SGST bills.

Two forms GST TRAN-1 and GST TRAN – (no number provided yet) have been prescribed to be filed under GST to avail such ITC, but no format of such form has been provided yet. Also the Transition Rules are still Draft Rules i.e. not finalized yet by the government.

 So there is lots of ambiguity regarding such Input Tax credits, however we can’t wait for the legislature to finalize these Rules & Forms, because though these forms have to be filed within 60 days of the appointed day, but the registered person has to pay tax under the GST regime latest by 50th day of the appointed day.

So an attempt has been made to provide a ROUGH draft of GST TRAN-1 form. This will not only provide the conceptual clarity about the provisions of carry forward ITC into the GST regime, but the registered persons may also use this format to prepare the information required to carry forward such Input Tax Credit to the proposed GST regime.

You may click here to download this DRAFT form GST TRAN-1.

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29 responses to “How to fill form GST TRAN-1? Download Draft copy of form GST TRAN-1”

  1. ABDUL QUADIR says:

    Sir, I have submitted GSTR 3B with mistake and therefore a huge demand payable but actually my ITC carried forward to the next month. Can I file GSTR 1 without filling of GSTR 3B

  2. S. Prakash says:

    whether TRAN 1 could be filed multiple times.

  3. A.Murali says:

    I Have One doubt ..? GST Trans 1 form filled and Where it submite , i have confusion

  4. SAILBAL BANERJEE says:

    HOW WE WILL DOWNLOAD GST FORM TRAN-01 PLEASE PROVIDE THE PROCESS

  5. S.N.SHARMA says:

    Respected , I am unable to download GST Form Trans-1 Pl send me my email id

  6. S.N.SHARMA says:

    Respected , I am unable to download GST Form Trans-1 Pl send me my email id : unit2@bwipins.com

  7. Mukesh Sharma says:

    SIR PLZ SEND EXCEL GST FORM TRAN-01

  8. SUBRATA CHAKRABARTI says:

    WE ARE RE-SELLER/TRADER. WE IMPORTED GOODS FROM CHINA BY PAID CUSTOM DUTY ON JUNE 2017. CAN WE ENJOY INPUT CREDIT FOR CVD WHICH IS PAID CUSTOM PAID CHALLAN. WE HAVE NO EXCISE REGISTRATION BECAUSE WE ARE NOT MANUFACTURER. IF YES , THEN WHAT % i.e., 10%, 12.50%,2%, 1% OR 4% MENTIONED IN CUSTOM DUTY PAID CHALLAN FOR ENJOY INPUT TAX CREDIT

  9. SOMASHEKAR says:

    HOW TO FILL GST TRAN 1
    WE HAVE INPUT TAX CREDIT FROM PURCHASED WAS CAPITAL GOODS.

    CARRY FORWARD FROM JUNE – 17 ER – 1 RETURN .
    unable to down load Tran 1

  10. ajay kumar says:

    pls send me also

  11. Dheeraj says:

    Sir we registered under excise earlier and availing cenvat credit now post gst we have come to know that we have availed short credit in ER 1 filed upto Jun .17. Now no option is there for revision after calender month ends.
    Can we avail now such un availed portion of credit of under transitional provision or rules.

  12. PIYUSH says:

    Please send us Trans-1 soft copy

  13. pawan kumar agarwalla Agarwal says:

    sir ,
    i was not vat dealer past because our goods taxable at source (fertilizer) now sir i am a regular gst dealer
    we have 20lakh old stock with paid vat with invoice and excise not shown in invoice sir how ican fill up tran1 and what is % input available byme and how calculate

  14. pankaj kumar says:

    please send me TRANS-1 old stock form

  15. pankaj kejriwal says:

    how can download and fillup Trans1 and Trans 2 form

  16. sunil says:

    Respected Sir,
    Please Send me GST TRN1 old stock form

    thanks

  17. Vasudeva N says:

    where can i get GST FORM TRAN-01

  18. dinesh kumar says:

    what is the gst rate on freight paid

  19. Puraram Devasi says:

    Respected , I am unable to download GST Form Trans-1 Pl send me my email id : puranraika4u@yahoo.com

  20. RANJEET RATHOD says:

    REQUIRED GST FORM TRANS-1 FOR STOCK

  21. RANJEET RATHOD says:

    REQUIRED FORM TRANS-1 FOR STOCK

  22. inder jeet singh says:

    Dear SIr., Please clear my Doubt…. If a assessee have Stock Rs. 1500000/- No more ITC Available. Then How to shown in TRAN1 although the purchase invoices of this remaining stock shows the amount of exise paid. is any aplication tool for calculating and feeding these excise paid Tax invoices to get tax credit?

  23. S.MADHESWARAN says:

    we have excess input VAT credit more than VAT paid for stock available because of purchased at higher VAT rate and sold to concessional VAT rate as Industrial Input. can we carry forward the VAT credit available more than the stock available?

    • H.R. Sreepada, Cost Accountant says:

      You can take ITC of any VAT balance in VAT Returns, Cenvat in the Excise Returns & Service Tax Balance in ST-3 Returns for the month of June / Quarter ended June, 17. If no ITC is c/fd. in these returns, ITC cannot be claimed in GST through Form Trans-01 (To be made available before 28th August).

  24. RAJA P M says:

    Dear SIr.,
    Please clear my Doubt….
    If a assessee have Stock Rs. 150,000 /- No more ITC Available. Then How to shown in TRAN1

  25. brajendu mishra says:

    gst implimentation

  26. Vishal says:

    Hi, I am unable to download GST FORM TRAN-01

  27. S S GUPTA says:

    good

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