NEW DATES FOR 2 Day Web Series on GSTAM (GST Audit Manual) issued by CBIC &Various Notices & Orders received from the GST Department across India and how to prepare for or reply to such notices

Tax Guru in association with Tax Connect is Organizinga 2 Day Series for discussions on GSTAM (GST Audit Manual) issued by CBIC and the Legal Issues raised in Various Notices & Orders received from the GST Department across India and sample replies to such notices. In the series we will also discuss on how to prepare to handle Litigation under GST.

All participants who were registered earlier shall continue to be registered. However, kindly send your re-confirmation for the new dates as below on – “info@taxconnect.co.in” & “avik.ghosh@taxconnect.co.in as follows –

Kindly send a simple mail stating “Please re-register me for the 2 Day Web Series on GSTAM & Notices & Orders under GST on 29th May & 30th May

Thelink for the Webinar would be sent to you 2 days before the Webinar, Incase of any queries, you may connect to +91 99035 81757

Participants are requested to please join atleast 10 minutes before start.

We regret the inconvenience cause due to the unavoidable conditions.

The New program Schedule is as follows –

Day 1: 29th May 2020( 5PM to 6:30 PM)

Discussion on Notices received and the Issues to be addressed while replying thereto. Also how to prepare for future litigations in the matter:

Brief about the Discussion/ Notice Section/ Rule under which notice is sent or for Discussion
How to prove that Counter Party has reversed ITC for the Credit Notes Issued by a Taxpayer, so that the corresponding Output Tax can be reversed by the Tax Payer.

Already SCNs and Summons have started being issued in the matter and it is expected that this would lead to major dispute in GST in future.

Sec.16 & Sec 34 of The CGST Act
Does one need to reversal ITC on receipt of Commercial Credit Notes where the Supplier has not reversed any output Tax. What needs to be done when the ITC available is higher than the output tax liability due to the same Commercial CNs Sec 16 read with Sec 34 of The CGST Act
What to do when the Waybills expires and are not extended within the time period as per Rule 138 and the Legal Validity of the Act Rule 138 of The CGST Rules 2017
Is GST under RCM Payable on Director’s Remuneration? Section 9 of The CGST Act
Will ITC be reversed on Mismatch between the supplier and recipient? Section 16, 2 & 43 of The CGST Act
How to prepare before filing of Writ Petition before the High Court Article 263 of Indian Constitution

Day 2: 30th May 2020(11AM to 12:30 PM)

Discussion on GSTAM (GST Audit Manual) Issued by The CBIC and Notices received and the Issues to be addressed while replying thereto. Also how to prepare for future litigations in the matter:

Brief about the Discussion/ Notice Section/ Rule under which notice is sent or for Discussion
Discussion on the Key Provisions of The GST Audit Manual Issued by The CBIC and Impact on Business GSTAM
Claim of refund for the period July 2017 – Sep 2017 where higher rate of drawback was claimed Section 16 and Section 54 of The CGST Act 2017
Advisory regarding availment of excess ITC than the credit admissible under Rule 36(4) of CGST Rules 2017 notified w.e.f. 09.10.2019 Rule 36(4) of The CGST Rules 2017
Blocking of differential ITC availed Section 16 of The CGST Act read with Rule 86A of The CGST Rules 2017
Writ Petition against the interest demanded by the department where the input tax credit ledger has adequate balance. Section 50 of The CGST Act
Reply to the notice received for reversal of Input Tax Credit Section 16(4) of The CGST Act
Show cause notice u/s 73(1.) of the CGST Act 2017 & section 20 of the IGST Act 2017 read with section 73(1) of the CGST Act 2017 for issuance and reporting of credit note after the prescribed period Section 16(4), Section 34, Section 73(1) of the CGST Act 2017 & section 20 of the IGST Act 2017

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:

Vivek Jalan is a Chartered Accountant, a qualified LL.M, LL.B and CIDT(ICAI). He is the Co Chairman of The Taxation Committee of The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He is also the member of The CII- Economic Affairs & Taxation Committee. He is the Member of The Consultative Committee of The Commissioner of SGST and The regional Advisory Committee of The Chief Commissioner of CGST.He is also a visiting faculty for Taxes in The Institute Of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry, The Indian Chamber of Commerce and other Business Forums. He has also delivered Lectures at various Government Taxation Forums including the CGST & SGST Departments across the country.

He is a regular Columnist and guest expert in Economic Times, Times of India, Dalal Street Journal, Money Control, Live mint, CNBC, Hindustan Times, Zee Business, Financial Express and other dailies.

Before Consulting, he has worked as a Finance Manager in ITC Ltd. and Chief Compliance Officer with IntraSoft Technologies Ltd. He has more than 15 years of experience in the field of Indirect & Direct Taxation. He was also an All India Rank holder in CA Final Examination conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

His Books on taxation include the following –

  • SECTIONWISE COMMENTARY ON VIVAAD SE VISHWAS SCHEME
  • UNION BUDGET 2020
  • INTERIM UNION BUDGET 2019
  • HOW TO HANDLE GST ANNUAL RETURN & GST AUDIT – NOV 2018
  • SECTION WISE COMMENTARY ON GST – SEP 2018
  • A COMPENDIUM ON GST W.E.F. 1ST JULY 2017
  • COMMENTARY ON UNION BUDGET 2017
  • WITHDRAWAL OF LEGAL TENDER 2016
  • GST MODEL LAW (NOVEMBER 2016) & BUSINESS PROCESSES – A TECHNICAL COMMENTARY
  • GST MODEL LAW (JUNE 2016) & BUSINESS PROCESSES – A TECHNICAL COMMENTARY
  • “SERVICE TAX AND VAT IN WORKS CONTRACT: A COMPREHENSIVE TECHNICAL GUIDE”.

He is a regular speaker at various professional forums on the various key areas in Direct & Indirect Taxes and has delivered more than 200 lectures on various topics under Income Tax, GST, Customs, Foreign Trade Policy of India, etc.

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Mr. Vivek Jalan is a Fellow Member of the Institute Of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) & a qualified LL.B. He is the member of The CII- Economic Affairs & Taxation Committee. He is the Co Chairman of The Indirect Tax Committee of The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He is also View Full Profile

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