Ans: The Due date for August will be notified soon.
Ans: Yes, once you are registered, filing of returns is compulsory. In this case, you can show the turnover as zero (nil return).
Ans: Yes only in those cases where the input tax credit on motor cars is admissible in terms of section 17(5) of CGST Act.
Ans: Yes, tax paid under RCM is an eligible input tax credit.
Ans: It will be 28% but GST would be payable on the transaction value of Rs. 6000/-.
Ans: 20 October, 2017. Kindly refer to Notification No. 35/2017 — Central Tax dt 15th September, 2017
Ans: Yes as per section 24(iii) of CGST Act.
Ans: Taxpayers are not required to file GSTR 2A. It is a read-only document provided, so that taxpayer can have a record of all the invoices received from various supplier taxpayers in a given tax period.
Ans: GSTR 2A of a tax period will remain available for view till a taxpayer submits/files his GSTR 2. However, GSTR 2A for a given tax period will be available for viewing and/or downloading in taxpayer’s post-login section of the GST portal.
Ans: The details become available to the receiver taxpayer for view only and the details are updated incrementally as and when supplier taxpayers uploads or change their details in their respective GSTR 1, for the given tax period.
Ans: GSTR 2A is a system generated ‘draft’ Statement of Inward Supplies for a Receiver Taxpayer. Taxpayer cannot make any changes to GSTR 2A, as it is a read-only document.
Taxpayers please note, as per law during 11th to 31st October, 2017, taxpayers will not be able to file GSTR 1.
As per law during 11th to 31st October, 2017 (time GSTR 2, for July, 2017), taxpayer will not be able to file GSTR 1