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CBIC issues 9 GST Circulars on 11th October 2019

CBIC issues 9 GST Circulars on 11th October 2019 i.e. Circular No. 113/32/2019-GST to Circular No. 121/40/2019-GST. Vide these Circulars CBIC has clarified various issues related to GST which includes Clarification regarding GST rates & classification of Goods , Scope of support services to exploration, mining or drilling of petroleum...

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Restriction on Mismatch ITC In GST

Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) which is the apex body for the management of indirect taxation in India has brought certain changes in GST rules vide Notification No. 49/2019 – Central Tax dated 09th October 2019. Among others, it has amended the rule no.36 of CGST Rule, 2017 by inserting new sub […]...

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Summary of GST Notifications issued on 9th Oct 2019

Notification No. 44/2019 – Central Tax – dated 09/10/2019 As the rollout of new returns has been postponed, notification has been issued for the filing of GSTR – 3B for the months of Oct 2019 to March 2020. The date of filing of GSTR – 3B is 20th of the next month. Notification No. 45/2019 […]...

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Implications of revocation of suspension of GST registration

CBIC vide notification number 49/2019 –CT dated 09.10.2019 made the amendment in CGST Rules, 2017. In this notification, CBIC notifies the new rule 21A(5) – the detailed analysis are herein below; Suspension of Registration: As per rule 21A(3) CGST Rule, 2017 (Inserted through Notification No. 03/2019 – Central Tax dated 29.01.2...

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Monthly GSTR 2A Reonciliation a challenge

Introduction: CBIC vide notification number 49/2019 –CT dated 09.10.2019 made the amendment in CGST Rules, 2017. Through this notification, CBIC notifies the GSTR 2A reconciliation on monthly basis which leads to the blockage of credit or leads to outflow of the cash by not allowing the ITC exceeding the 20% of eligible credit of invoic...

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CGST Rule 36(4): ITC available only 20% more of Invoices uploaded by Supplier

Decoding Rule 36(4) of CGST: ITC available only 20% more of Invoices uploaded by the Supplier Among all the confusions and complexities, here we have one more, by the Notification No.49/2019-Central Tax dated 9th October 2019 which inserts a sub rule (4) in Rule 36 of CGST Rules as below: “(4) Input tax credit to […]...

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Post Sales Discount -Withdrawal of Circular No. 105/24/2019-GST

Post Sales Discount -Withdrawal of Circular No. 105/24/2019-GST dated 28.06.2019 vide Circular No. 112/31/2019–GST dated 3rd October, 2019 Legal Provisions (Sec 15(3) of the CGST Act 2017): Amount of discount can be reduced for charging GST in the following circumstances: Discount offered before or at the time of supply (Discount menti...

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Amendment in Rule 21A: Suspension of GST Registration

Introduction: Notification No. 49/2019 Central Tax dated 09.10.2019 inserted explanation to sub rule 3 and also inserted sub rule 5 after sub rule 4 to rule 21A of CGST Rules 2017. Rule 21A of CGST Rules 2017 talks about Suspension of  GST Registration Sub Rule 3 of Rule 21A of CGST Rules 2017 says:  A […]...

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NEW Online Refund Processing implemented on GST Portal

The online processing of refund applications and single authority disbursement has been implemented on GST Portal w.e.f. 26th September, 2019. The taxpayers are advised to take note of the following changes: 1. Filing Refund application in Form GST RFD 01: Refund applications will be filed by the taxpayers in Form GST RFD-01 and the sam...

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Features of Making Payment on Voluntary Basis (Form GST DRC-03) on GST Portal

Making Voluntary Payment on GST Portal: A facility is given to taxpayers to make payment on voluntary basis, through Form GST DRC-03(refer Rule 142(2) or 142(3) of the CGST Rules, 2017). Login into GST Portal and navigate to Services > User Services > My Applications and Select the Intimation of Voluntary Payment - DRC – 03, from th...

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Goods and Services Tax India

The Goods and Services Tax or better known as GST is a Value added Tax and is a comprehensive indirect tax which is levied on the manufacture, consumption, and sale of goods and services. The Goods and Services Tax in India would replace all the indirect taxes which are levied today on goods and services by the Central and the State governments. GST is intended to be comprehensive for most of the goods and services. Goods and Services Tax is a single indirect tax for the entire nation, which would make India a unified market. It is proposed to be a single tax on supply of goods and services, from a manufacturer to the end consumer. The credit of all the input taxes which are paid at each and every stage would be allowed in the following stages of value addition that makes GST basically a tax on value addition only at every stage. The end consumer would have to bear only the Goods and Service Tax which is charged by the final dealer within the supply chain, together with all the set-off benefits availed at previous stages.

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