CA Hemant P Vastani

CA Hemant P Vastani

1. Upper limit of turnover for opting of composition scheme shall be raised from Rs. 1 Cr to Rs. 1.5 Cr. 

2. A Composite dealer (in goods) shall be allowed to supply services (other than restaurant services), for a value not exceeding – 

  • Higher of 10% of turnover in the preceding financial year, or Rs. 5 lakh. 

3. The threshold limit of Turnover for exemption from registration in the States of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Sikkim and Uttarakhand shall be increased to Rs. Twenty Lakh from Rs. Ten Lakh. 

4. In case of purchase of notified goods from unregistered suppliers, Reverse charge mechanism shall be applicable to notified registered persons

  • RCM applicable without any exemption limit wef 01-02-2019 for a class of registered persons in respect of supply of specified categories of goods or services or both received from an unregistered supplier as per Notification No.01/2019 – Central Tax (Rate) and amended section 9(4) of CGST Act. 
  • Till the date neither class of registered persons nor specified categories of goods prescribed by the Govt. so until and unless notified RCM will not applicable. 

5. Taxpayers may opt for multiple registrations within a State/U.T in respect of multiple places of business located within the same State/U.T on the same PAN. 

6. Mandatory registration is required for only those e-commerce operators who are required to collect tax at source. 

7. Registration shall be remain temporarily suspended while cancellation of registration is under process, so that the taxpayer could get relief of further continued compliance under the law.(i.e Taxpayers will not be required to file returns). 

8. The following transactions shall not treated as supply (i.e no tax payable under GST) under Schedule III:- 

  • Supply of goods from a place in the non-taxable territory to another place in the non-taxable territory without such goods entering into India; 
  • Supply of warehoused goods to any person before clearance for home consumption; and 
  • Supply of goods in case of high sea sales. 

9. Input tax credit would now be available in respect of the following:- 

  • Most of the activities or transactions specified in Schedule III;
  • Motor vehicles for transportation of persons having seating capacity of more than thirteen (including driver), vessels and aircraft;
  • Services of general insurance, repair and maintenance in respect of motor vehicles, vessels and aircraft on which credit is available; and
  • Goods or services which are obligatory for an employer to provide to its employees, under any law for the time being in force. 

10. Registered persons may issue consolidated credit/debit notes to a party in respect of multiple invoices issued in a Financial Year to that party. 

11. Commissioner may extend the time limit for return of inputs and capital sent on job work, upto a period of 1 year and 2 years, respectively. 

12. If RBI would permit, Supply of services outside India shall be regarded as exports, even if payment is received in Indian Rupees. 

13. Place of supply shall be outside India, where job work or any treatment or process has been done on goods temporarily imported into India and then exported out of India without putting them to any other use in India except the uses which were necessary for the purpose of such job work or treatment or process. 

14. Recovery of taxes, interest, fine, penalty etc. can be made from distinct persons, even if such distinct persons are present in different State/Union territories.

Source- https://icmai.in/upload/Taxation/Major-Changes-GST.pdf

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9 Comments

  1. Mehul says:

    Earlier there was a clause of 180 days for Payment of bill and Goods Return (Sales Return) what is the status of this Clause after amendments? (Changed or Same) If Changed then whats the time limit

  2. kiran5069 says:

    Please state an example for this point:
    9. Input tax credit would now be available in respect of the following:-
    “Most of the activities or transactions specified in Schedule III”
    Thanks.

  3. Kiran says:

    Please state an example for this point:
    9. Input tax credit would now be available in respect of the following:-
    “Most of the activities or transactions specified in Schedule III”

  4. Kiran says:

    Please explain this point more clearly:
    9. Input tax credit would now be available in respect of the following:-

    “Most of the activities or transactions specified in Schedule III”

  5. Subi r says:

    As per new amendment, only those suppliers who are supplying both goods and services can opt composition scheme subject to conditions. I think the supplier is providing only services. So he can’t opt the scheme. That is, he is liable to pay Gst @18%.further, he can opt the new scheme of composition from first April onwards and should pay tax @6%

    1. Subhash Dhanwani says:

      what is the rate of tax on commercial rent received by a composition dealer w.e.f 01-02-2019 is @1% or at which rate?. pl clarify.
      GOOD QUESTION.
      I HAVE ALSO ASKED THIS QUESTION FROM GST EXPERTS , BUT NOBODY HAVE REPLIED CLEARLY.
      THANKS

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