Mvat Notification

  • Mar
  • 13

Procedure for Combined new Registration under MVAT, CST and PT Act

The dealers/persons/employers, hereinafter referred to as the applicants, desirous of seeking registrations under the Maharashtra Value Added Tax Act (MVAT), Central Sales Tax Act (CST) and the Profession Tax Act (PT) need to make online applications under the relevant Act. These applications are required to be made separately.

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  • Mar
  • 04

Procedure for submission of returns under Profession Tax, Luxury Tax & Sugarcane Purchase Tax Act after making Payment through GRAS

The Sales Tax Department has made available the facility to make electronic payments through GRAS (Government Receipt Accounting System) from 18/09/2014. The circular as referred above was issued detailing the procedure to be followed while making payments through GRAS. This office has received queries regarding filing of returns in which taxes are paid through GRAS under the Acts referred as above. In view of the same, it is being clarified as under:

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  • Feb
  • 23

MVAT Notification under Sch. Entry D-5 and D-10

No. VAT. 1515/C.R. 3(A)/Taxation. 1. dated 23rd February 2015— In pursuance of the powers conferred by clause (a) of entry 5 of Schedule ‘ D’ Appended to the Maharashtra Value Added Tax Act, 2002 (Mah. IX of 2005), the Government of Maharashtra hereby notifies with effect from the 1st March 2015

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  • Jan
  • 14

MVAT: Due date for filing form e-704 has extended to 30.01.2015

Kindly note that the due date for filing form e-704 has been extended up to 30th January 2015 from 15th January 2015. Related Notification is as follows :-

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  • Jan
  • 07

MVAT- Revised instructions regarding stay in appeals

In the Trade Circular No. 15T of 2014 dated 6th August 2014 amendments to various Acts administered by the Sales Tax Department were explained. On page no. 11 and 12 of the said Trade Circular, in pare 5, amendments relating to section 26 of the Maharashtra Value Added Tax Act, 2002 were explained. It has been observed, in this regard, that certain appellants are delaying the submission of the declarations for the purpose of fixing part payment, resulting in delay in disposing the appeals.

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  • Dec
  • 29

MVAT: Physical Submission of Audit Report in Form 704 for FY 2013­-2014

he last date for submission of audit report u/s 61 of the MVAT Act 2002, for the period 2013-14 is 15th January 2015. After uploading their audit reports for the period 2013-14, the dealers shall submit the following documents:

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  • Nov
  • 29

CST return mandatory for interstate sales, branch transfer, export/import from 01.10.2014

Trade Circular No. 20T 2014 Dated 25/11/2014 A dealer, who is claiming deduction, u/s. 8(1) of the MVAT Act or deduction u/s 6A (branch transfers etc.) of the CST Act, in the MVAT return shall be required to file a return, under the CST Act. In other words, a dealer who is effecting the following types of transactions during a period shall be required to file CST return: (i) inter-State sales u/s. 3 of the CST Act, (ii) goods transferred u/s. 6A(1) of CST Act,

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  • Aug
  • 11

MVAT – Computerized Desk Audit (CDA)

Now the department has developed a system called as the Computerized Desk Audit i.e. CDA. This new utility envisages analysis of electronic data pertaining to e-Returns, audit reports in form e-704 and annexures thereof uploaded by all the tax payers.

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  • Aug
  • 07

Amendments to various Acts administered by Sales Tax Department

To give effect to the Budget proposals for the year 2014-15, a Bill (Legislative Assembly Bill No. XIX of 2014) to amend the various Acts, administered by the Sales Tax Department has been passed by the Legislature and has received assent of the Governor on 26th June 2014.

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  • Aug
  • 05

MVAT – Late Payment fees for VAT return up to February 2014 reduced to Rs. 1000

A dealer, who has not filed any of the return that was due on or before 1st April 2014 may file such return/returns up to 30th September 2014 by paying late fee of rupees 1,000 for each return, instead of rupees 5,000. The last return that was due before 1st April 2014 was that of February 2014.

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