The concept of returns under GST saw magnanimous launch 3 years ago in 2017 fumbled all it’s way throughout and landed on a seemingly middle ground abridged version of return filing which was originally considered only as a makeshift mechanism and unfortunately became the only functional modus.
But the moot question that came was whether this interest has to be paid on Gross liability or net liability paid in cash.
Consequent to amendment to section 34 of CGST Act,2017 through CGST (Amendment) Act, 2018 which was made effective from February 1, 2019 , one credit note can be issued against one or more relevant tax invoices.
AAR Maharashtra vide its order GST-ARA-23/2019-20/B-46 dated AUGUST 25, 2020 in the case of Tata Motors Limited rules that no GST is payable by the applicant on the nominal amounts recovered from its employees for availing transportation service for commuting to office in view of the fact that this transaction is not a supply as being covered under Schedule III of the CGST Act.
The applicant in the instant case shall not be entitled to avail input tax credit of tax paid on procuring the lift to be installed in the hotel building which in turn is intended to be used for providing taxable service, in terms of section 17(5)(d) of the CGST Act 2017.
Taxpayers who have already registered under the GST Act can apply for cancellation of GST registration any time if they think they should close their business or in case any situation arises. Once the registration is cancelled it is no longer required to pay tax or collect tax from ordinary people.
Krishna, half-year of 2020-21 is about to end. Along with the same, there are many due dates to be complied with in the same month. Please tell me which are those due dates? asks Arjuna
Any registered person who issues a credit note in relation to a supply of goods or services or both shall declare the details of such credit note in the return for the month during which such credit note has been issued
e-invoicing means the invoice shall be prepared after obtaining an Invoice Reference Number (IRN) by uploading specified particulars (in FORM GST INV-01) on the notified Invoice Registration Portals (IRP).
The interest liability for any belated remittance is an economic consequence. The tax laws are no exception to this rule. GST law provides for interest @18% on the delayed remittance of the tax after due date.