Ans: ISD means an office of the supplier of goods or services or both which receives tax invoices towards receipt of input services and issues a prescribed document for the purposes of distributing the credit of central tax (CGST), State tax (SGST)/ Union territory tax (UTGST) or integrated tax (IGST) paid on the said services to a supplier of taxable goods or services or both having same PAN as that of the ISD.
Ans: An ISD is required to obtain a separate registration even though it may be separately registered. The threshold limit of registration is not applicable to ISD. The registration of ISD under the existing regime (i.e. under Service Tax) would not be migrated in GST regime. All the existing ISDs will be required to obtain fresh registration under new regime in case they want to operate as an ISD.
Ans: The distribution of credit would be done through a document especially designed for this purpose. The said document would contain the amount of input tax credit being distributed.
Ans: No. The input tax credit of input services shall be distributed only amongst those registered persons who have used the input services in the course or furtherance of business.
Ans: In such situations, distribution would be based on a formula. Firstly, distribution would be done only amongst those recipients of input tax credit to whom the input service being distributed are attributable. Secondly, distribution would be done amongst the operational units only. Thirdly, distribution would be done in the ratio of turnover in a State or Union territory of the recipient during the period to the aggregate of all recipients to whom input service being distributed is attributable. Lastly, the credit distributed should not exceed the credit available for distribution.
Ans: The turnover for the purpose of ISD does not include any duty or tax levied under entry 84 of List I and entry 51 and 54 of List II of the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution.
Ans: Yes, ISD is required to file monthly return by 13th of the following month in form GSTR-6.
Ans: Yes, different offices like marketing division, security division etc. may apply for separate ISD.
Ans: The excess/wrongly distributed credit can be recovered from the recipients of credit along with interest by initiating action under section 73 or 74.
Ans: Yes, CGST credit can be distributed as IGST and IGST credit can be distributed as CGST by an ISD for the recipients located in different States.
Ans: Yes, an ISD can distribute SGST /UTGST credit as IGST for the recipients located in different States.
Ans: Yes, CGST and IGST credit can be distributed as CGST credit by an ISD for the recipients located in same State.
Ans: Yes, ISD can distribute SGST and IGST credit as SGST / UTGST credit for the recipients located in same State.
Ans: The common credit used by all the recipients can be distributed by ISD on pro rata basis i.e. based on the turnover of each recipient to the aggregate turnover of all the recipients to which credit is distributed.
Ans: (a) IGST.
Q 16. The ISD may distribute the CGST credit within the State as____
Ans: (b) CGST.
Ans: (a) Distributed among the suppliers who used such input service on pro rata basis of turnover in such State.
Ans: No. Excess credit distributed can be recovered along with interest only from the recipient and not ISD. The provisions of section 73 or 74 would be applicable for the recovery of credit.
Ans: The credit distributed in contravention of provisions of Act could be recovered from the recipient to which it is distributed along with interest.
INDEX OF ALL FAQs ON GOODS AND SERVICE TAX
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