The objective of this document is to summarize all the updates of GST (Notifications, Circulars, other amendments and updates) in one place. 6 Central tax notifications, 1 corrigendum for the Central tax rate notification, 5 Central tax circulars and 1 Removal of difficulty order were issued during the month Apr’19. The same are being summarized below.
Extended the due date for furnishing of FORM GSR-1 for the period March 2019 till 13.Apr.19.
Extended the due date for furnishing of FORM GSR-7 for the period March 2019 till 12.Apr.19.
Extended the due date for furnishing of FORM GSR-3B for the period March 2019 till 23.Apr.19.
1) Revocation of Cancellation -Rule 23–n–
In case of revocation of cancellations, all the returns relevant from the effective date of cancellation till the date of revocation should be filed within 30 days from the date of order of revocation.
Refer: Order No. ROD-5/2019 and Circular No. 99/18/2019
2) Returns – Rule 62 – Quarterly payment and Annual return for composition scheme:
Persons following above procedure of Quarterly FORM GST CMP-08 and annual FORM GSTR-4 shall be deemed to have complied the provision of Sec 37 & 39
(37-Stmt of outward supplies & 39 – Returns)
Rule 138E has been notified w.e.f. 21.Jun.19
138E – persons who has not filed returns for 2 consecutive tax periods shall not be allowed to issue or to be mentioned as supplier / recipient of goods in the E-way bill.
2.0 Central Tax Rate Notifications:
I. Corrigendum for Notifications No. 3/2019-CTR dated 25.04.2019:
A corrigendum has been inserted for the rate notification 3/2019-CTR (new rate for real estate), to rectify the typographical errors, such as full rate of “18%” was mentioned instead of “9%” CGST rate and “tax” was mentioned instead of “Central tax”
1) Opting for 6% the scheme – Registered persons:
2) Opting for 6% the scheme – New registrations:
3) Other points
1) Rule 88A, order of utilization of credit:
In view of frequent changes in the order f utilization of ITC, It was clarified to
2) Portal is yet to be updated with this new mechanism, till that time, follow the portal, it will not be considered as a non-compliance.
In case of revocation of reg.n cancelled due to non-compliance,
a. Before applying for revocation:
File all the returns for which the due date falls before the effective date of cancellation
b. After receiving order for revocation:
File all the returns to be filed from date of cancellation up to date of revocation within 30 days from dt. of order of revocation.
Examples were given for explaining the same.
IV. Circular No. 100/19/2019-CT dated 30.04.2019:
Sub: Exemption for the charges collected for Seed certification tags:
1) Points to note:
a. The process of the seed certification involves different steps, last step is sealing & tagging
b. The fees also collected in different stages
c. Process followed in Tamilanadu & Uttarakhand is discussed in the circular.
d. Seed certification is done as per the Seeds act,1966.
e. Entry no. 47 of 12/2017 provides exemption for “services by Central/State Governments by way of testing/certification relating to safety of consumers and public at large, required under any law”.
a. Though the fees collected at multiple stages, It should be treated as composite supplyof Seed certification.
b. Charges for certification by Govt (Seed certification Agency): exempted as per the above referred entry of 12/2017.
c. Therefore entire fee, collected at different stages, including the amount collected for the tags is also exempt.
d. Exemption shall be applicable for agencies of all the statesincluding Tamilanadu & Uttarakhand.
e. Tags used for the certification – supplied by other Govt. depts. or Manufacturers to certifying agency: Taxable
If the premium is decided upfront, but paid in instalments, Can we claim the exemption referred in Sl. 41 of 12/2017?
Exempted – Irrespective of whether such upfront amount is payable or paid in one or more instalments, provided .
Note: Entry 41 provides for the exemption on the upfront amount paid by the entities to the govt. for long-term lease.
[Upfront amount (called as premium, salami, cost, price, development charges or by any other name) payable in respect of service by way of granting of long term lease of thirty years, or more) of industrial plots or plots for development of infrastructure for financial business, provided by the State Government Industrial Development Corporations or Undertakings or by any other entity having 50 per cent. or more ownership of Central Government, State Government, Union territory to the industrial units or the developers in any industrial or financial business area.]
For any registered person, if the
Such persons can file the application for revocation of cancellation by 22.Jul.19
I. Interest for delay in payment should be calculated on the Gross liability-HC-TS:
There all the registered persons, who ever had a delay in filing the returns have to pay the interest @ 18% p.a. on their gross liability. If not, the auditors also may have to report this in their 9C.
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