We are traders registered (Partnership firm) in GST as regular. Purchases goods from supplier X, he delivers us Goods through a local loading vehicle (not registered, not a proper transport) without any billty. He attached a simple note with bill to pay freight say Rs. 2000.00. We paid Rs.2000.00 as freight to transporter. Is this liable for RCM.
If not, what evidence should we precure to satisfy Assessing authority that this is not liable for RCM.
Please help me on the below topic.
We have given a consultation/professional service to a client of Singapore at Durgapur, West Bengal. We are registered in West Bengal. Will it be billed as intrastate or interstate. Party is paying through Singapore dollar. Will it be treated as export or not.
i have claimed short input as input as per 2b is 10000 but i claim 1000 by mistake in 3b in 2022-2023.should i declare this amount in new provision of itc reverse and pending for reclaim?
i have not reversed this amount but i have claimed short amount
I had raised an export invoice and declared in GSTR 1 with Wong tax amount. But declared and paid correct amount in GSTR 3B. Because of which my refund is not getting processed. How can this be rectified or resolved
We are regularly hiring a lorry to transit the finished goods to supplier. Previously the freight charges were less within 5000.00. But now we are paying him above 5000 and upto 50000.00 per month. The lorry driver is the owner of the lorry and not registered. Should we have to pay gst for this. Kindly clarify.
My employer is a software company, an Indian subsidiary to a foreign company. They provide software services to the foreign company. We are hired as a consultant for a 1 year (fixed period of time) and the salary is fixed per month. It is fixed contract and there is a notice period, NDA etc as part of contract. We don't need to raise invoice. Company will pay every month after deducting 10% TDS.
In this scenario, Since we are working as consultant, Do we need to pay GST. Company says, there is no GST applicable as it is fixed term contract.
Earlier, if payment to GTA exceeds Rs. 1500 in a single carriage or exceeds Rs. 750 in a single day would be liable for RCM. Whether this provision was prevailing now?. If no, how RCM should be collected in respect of the said cases?
My turnover in FY 21-22 was Rs. 1.95 Cr (Net off sales return). But while filing GSTR-3B and GSTR-1 I forgot to reflect credit notes of sales return.
Now while filing GSTR-9, auto populated figures of GSTR-1 & 3B shown turnover of 2.02 Cr which is before effecting sales return.
Now As My actual turnover is below 2 Cr there shall not be any late fee for GSTR-9 but when I proceed to file GSTR-9 it shows late fee payable.
Please advise me whether late fee is applicable in such case or not?
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