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Interest not payable under GST if ITC availed but not utilized

M/s Commercial Steel Engineering Vs State of Bihar (Patna High Court)

Hon'ble Patna High Court held that ITC availed but not utilized for tax payment doesn't invite penal consequences of Section 73 of CGST Act, 2017 and interest cannot be recovered on mere availment of ITC which was not utilized...

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Classification and rate of GST tax on pen parts

In re Shiva Writing Company Pvt. Ltd. (GST AAAR West Bengal)

In re Shiva Writing Company Pvt. Ltd. (GST AAAR West Bengal) It is observed that the ‘tips and balls of ball point pens’ are essentially ‘parts of refills’ and the refills are parts of ball point pens. ‘Ball point pens’ are classified under Sub-heading no. 9608 10 attracting tax @ 12% while ‘Refil...

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Interest to be levied only on net cash liability of GST

Recently, section 50 of Central goods and services tax act was amended to provide that interest will now be charged on only that portion of the GST liability which is paid by debiting the electronic cash ledger. The present rate of interest on the delayed payment of tax liability is 18% per annum on unpaid […]...

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GST on Real Estate – A Ready Reckoner on Recent Changes

Article covers salient features of new tax structure recommended for real estate sector, i.e, construction service. It discusses the applicability of GST on various projects depending on nature of the project (REP, RREP). It also discusses the taxability based on the progress of construction (on going project, new project). Precisely, thi...

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Due date extension without making GST Form CMP-08 available

GST Form CMP-08 - GST forms should be made available first and then the extension be granted and the limitation period for filing must be counted from the date of the form becoming available....

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PPT on TDS and TCS under GST

Sharing PPT on TDS and TCS under GST, which was made for presentation at National CA Students Conference, Ernakulam, Kerela 19th – 20th July, 2019....

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In GST Taxable Supply and Exempt Supply are Mutually Exclusive

Taxable supplies' and 'exempt supplies' are mutually exclusive. Any supply, which is an exempt supply, is not a taxable supply and conversely any supply, which is a taxable supply, is not an exempt supply. Also an exempt supply cannot be said to be a supply of goods and services or both leviable to tax....

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Recent Updates In GST till 22nd July 2019

 The Finance Bill, 2019 stands passed by the Parliament. Within a month of the last meeting, GST Council meets again for 36th time on 25 July, 2019. It is likely to consider the proposals of GST rate reduction in case of electric vehicles, from 12% to 5% besides taking up similar issue for solar systems, wind mills etc. The GST rate on c...

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Post Supply Discount- A Dilemma for Corporates

Post Supply Discounts, generally refers to discounts which are allowed subsequent to the supply of goods/services. Post Supply discounts are invariably offered to incentivize/boost sales and are commonly quantified based on quantity or turnover achieved for prescribed period. Such discounts are a part and parcel of any distribution busine...

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Payment: Utilization of IGST Credit (implemented in Form GSTR 3B only)

Taxpayers filing Form GSTR 3B will have to utilize IGST credit towards payment of Integrated tax, and the amount remaining, if any, may be utilised towards the payment of Central tax and State tax or Union territory tax, in any order....

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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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