Vinod Babu 13 July 2018
RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!") 13 July 2018
kemparaju G 13 July 2018
Vinod Babu 14 July 2018
saroj kumar singh (PROPRIETOR) 12 January 2019
I have another query related to this topic, I have deducted igst of my credit note from total igst payable but these all igst are from inter state sales to unregistered person so i have to put all detail in INTER STATE SUPPLIES which is more than that amount which i have puted in table 3.1 of gstr3b ,than what is solution of this query
Mohit (Livestock) 12 June 2019
If I have made a sale of 1000 rs and issued a credit note of 500 rs, the amount of sale I will show in GST3B will be 500 rs. Is this correct or something else needs to be done?
Jishad T (GSTP) 12 June 2019
RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!") 12 June 2019
srividya (asst mgr fin & a/cs) 07 August 2019
is the treatment same if we have to pay only GST reverse charge for July and no sale is made in july
Rajesh (Accountant) 29 August 2019
credit note value is more than IGST of Current sales (GSTR 3B) ie if less this credit note the igst go to negative value then how report in gstr 3b
RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!") 29 August 2019
CHANDAN KUMAR 17 January 2020
if i show the negative igst value in next month then how taxable value be shown, proportionately or in full in which credit note is issued.
like for example
outward taxble value is 10000
outward igst is 2000 and outward cgst/sgst is 3000 each
and credit note issued in the same month taxable value is 7000
and credit note igst value is 3000 .
Now what is the treatment in 3B for taxable value and for igst tax
vinay (Student CA Final ) 17 May 2020
I have come across similar problem but our sales value(Rs.1000) is less than the credit note value(Rs.2000) which results net taxable value to negative(- Rs.1000).
But in Table 3.1 of GSTR3B return it is not accepting negative values . Please suggest me to avoid turnover difference between GSTR1 to GSTR3B.