As we are into 1st week of December 2022, the said month assumes comparatively more importance from GST compliance perspective since 31 December 2022 is the due date to furnish GSTR 9 and GSTR 9C for FY 2021-22. In this article, we would mainly comment on applicability of GSTR 9 and 9C along-with key pre-requisites.
1. Applicability for FY 2021-22:
The applicability of GSTR 9 and GSTR 9C for FY 2021-22 is akin to that of FY 2020-21. However, for easy reference, we have reiterated the same below:
2. Key Pre-Requisites:
3. Key change (from optional to mandatory reporting) in FY 2021-22 GSTR 9 and 9C:
|Table – GSTR 9||Particulars||Reporting in FY 2021-22||Remarks|
|4I, 4J, 4K and 4L||Credit notes / Debit notes/Amendments (+)/(-) with respect to Table 4B to Table 4E||Mandatory to disclose separately|
|5D and 5E||Exempted and NIL rated supply||Exempt and NIL rated supply can either be shown separately in Table 5D and 5E or the consolidated value could be disclosed in Table 5D.|
|5F||Non-GST supply (includes ‘no supply’)||Mandatory to disclose separately|
|6C||RCM ITC on procurement from unregistered person||Mandatory to disclose separately||No option to report consolidated 6C and 6D value in Table 6D. The said option was available till FY 2020-21.|
|6D||RCM ITC on procurement from registered person||Mandatory to disclose separately|
|17||HSN wise summary of Outward Supplies||Mandatory to disclose separately||6 digit HSN for taxpayers with more than INR 5 crore turnover.
4 digit HSN for all B2B supplies by taxpayers having turnover upto INR 5 crore.
|Table – GSTR 9C||Particulars||Reporting in FY 2021-22||Remarks|
|12A to 12D||Reconciliation of net ITC as per financials with ITC as per GSTR 9||Mandatory to disclose Table 12B and Table 12C separately||Disclosure of values in Table 12B and Table 12C was optional till FY 2020-21|
The aforesaid tables should be thoroughly looked into as these changes are applicable only from FY 2021-22 onwards. Therefore, the possibility of IT systems not being geared up to the reporting requirements is quite high.
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