With the notification 50/2018 (Central Tax) Dated 13.09.2018, TDS under section 51 of the CGST Act is coming into force from 01.10.2018. The notification provides who all are falling under this provision & the effective date of coming into force of TDS provision under GST, while the principal provisions remain same till date. Accordingly, let us look back & see what are the related provisions related to TDS under GST. The provisions are briefed up below for easy reading purpose, so sit back relax & enjoy the write up!

Governing provisions of TDS under GST:-

Some pointers about TDS under GST:-

  1. 1% CGST (and 1% SGST) of
  2. Amount Paid or Credited to only the intra state supplier, including URD supplier
  3. Of taxable
  4. Goods or services or both
  5. If the value of such supply [Read with point 8, 9 & 10]
  6. Under a contract
  7. Exceeds 2.5 lakhs
  8. Value excludes GST and Cess mentioned in the invoice.
  9. So, Toll, other govt. fees or taxes to be included while calculating value
  10. So, TDS shall not be deducted on the GST component of invoice.
  11. So, TDS shall not be deducted for inter-state sale

GST TDS Return, Dates & GST TDS Credit :-

  • The amount deducted to be paid & return GSTR 7 to be filed by 10th of the following month
  • Details of deduction shall be made available electronically
  • To each of the supplier [Means at GSTIN level]
  • In Part C of R. 2A or R. 4A and,
  • On the common portal
  • Deductee may include the same in FORM GSTR-2. [R. 60(6)]
  • Deductee shall claim Credit in Electronic Cash ledger [Sec 51(5)]
  • TDS certificate to be furnished to the deductee by 15th of the next month as per Rule 66(3)
  • GST TDS Certificate shall be made available to the deductee, electronically on common portal in R 7A

Interest, Penalty, fees under GST TDS

  • Late fee of Rs 100/- under CGST (Similar under SGST), maximum Rs 5000/-
  • If failed to furnish TDS certificate as per Rule 66(3)
  • It means, late fees cannot be levied if GST TDS Certificate is not been issued due to portal or other issue.
  • For non-payment of GST TDS by 10th to attract 18% PA interest.

Extract of GSTR 2A, (it is unclear why IGST column is there in R7 & R7A. Is IGST col in R2A for TCS purpose?):

Part C TDS and TCS Credit under GST

Author Pralay Chakraborty can be reached at 9705941371 or [email protected] for feedback!

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  1. Amit Mishra says:

    I am a small businessman registered under regular GST dealing in fly ash bricks & i don’t have TAN no. then how can deduct TDS under gst kindly explain me terms & conditions for TDS

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