Today we have published our article on Proposed Form in respect of Audit required under GST Laws Circulating on Social Media, which was not a official release from any authority. Now Indirect Taxes Committee of  ICAI has come with a Clarification that “ICAI is drafting a format for GST audit (Form 9C) for submission to the Government for their consideration. The same is proposed to be submitted by April, 2018 and what is moving on what’s up or Social Media is not the proposed one.”

Clarification by ICAI is as follows:-

Dated : 5th April, 2018

Clarification regarding Circulation of Draft Form 9-C of GST Audit on Social Media

This is to inform that ICAI is drafting a format for GST audit (Form 9C) for submission to the Government for their consideration. The same is proposed to be submitted by April, 2018 and what is moving on what’s up or Social Media is not the proposed one.

Secretary
Indirect Taxes Committee

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2 responses to “ICAI not released GST Audit report circulating on social media”

  1. pkgupta says:

    Mr. A is a manufacturer and wholesaler and registered under GST , transfer raw material intra-state, of value less than 50000.00 and some time more than 50000.00 from my main business place to another business premises ( own workshop) or to Job work (unregistered ) within the limit of 10Km with in state .
    Q- Is e- way bill mandatory in above all cases for out going and incoming ?.
    Q- And what conditions applied?

  2. Karthik says:

    One word is there Leakage Like that in India what are the information announcing before it will be leak and in the media GST Audit Report circulating to all but in that also informing it is Proposal not final and this GST Audit Report Info leaked by Tax guru website only first.

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