SALE OF RAW SILK IS REPORTED UNDER EXEMPTED OR 0% RATED IN WHILE FILING GST RETURNS.
0% RATED GOODS MEANS INPUT CLAIMABLE OR NOT, PURCHASE AND RESALE OF RAW SILK SHOULD BE REPORTED IN EXEMPT SUPPLIES OR NIL RATED OR 0% RATED.
ONE OF MY CLIENT PURCHASE RAW SILK FROM SILK EXCHANGE AND RESALE TO SUPPLIERS NOW WE SHOULD REPORT AS EXEMPT SUPPLIES OR 0% RATED SUPPLIES
I have received GST ASMT 10 notice for FY 19-20. Notice mentioned excess ITC claimed.
So what happened is i have received debit notes which should be claimed by deducting from sale figure in 3b but i have claimed those in ITC.
Should i submit those credit notes as reply or pay amount mentioned in notice?
We have been issued a notice U/s 74(1) for violation of Section 16(4) for the FY 2018-2019.
The due date of availing ITC for the FY 2018-2019 was 20-10-2019 but our March 2019 GSTR-3B was filed on 22-10-2019
The department has imposed a Tax of Rs. 414816.33 and also the additional penalty of Rs. 414816.33 which makes it total of Rs. 829633.
Now we have 2 questions :
1. Can notice be issued U/s 74(1) for merely violation of Section 16(4) because in my opinion it is not a willful evade of taxes.
2. Can Notification No. 18/2022 dated 28-09-2022 which increase the time limit to avail ITC to 30th of November used to avail ITC of FY 2018-2019
does anyone have an idea about GST Rate & HSN Code for braille signages for bline people made up of acrylic sheets
Query mention as below :-
Capital Assets/ goods input is completely taken during the combined service and reversed within the next 60 months. Currently providing services that are fully taxable, so it's important to determine whether the capital input credit needs to be reversed throughout the reaming period.
Kindly give advice and suggestions regarding the right way of reversal input credit.
For example, capital assets purchased in 2018–2019, input took in full, and reversal credit in the next 60 months .we are offering combination services until FY 2022–2023 and completely taxable services starting in FY 2023–2024. Can we liable for input credit reversals for capital assets during the Remain period?
Thanks in advance for your valuable suggestion
The General Body of Housing Society decided to replace 52 year old Otis lift with new lifts of Schindler, which will last for 25 years or so. Is it correct to treat the expense of 2.50 Crores as capital expense , which is liable to depreciation. GST is charged by Schindler on machinery and service to make it operational.
The Society is billing these capital expenses as repair and maintainance cost and adding it in quarterly bill and as total after such an addition is over Rs.22,500/ it is levieng Output GST of 18%. Is this correct position under accounting principals an GST Laws?
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