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SUMIT BADYAL   19 July 2021

Damage goods in transportation

hi, if the goods are damaged in transportation and the buyer ask for a credit note, so if we issued a credit note with gst then we need to reverse itc or not.
or can be issued a credit note without gst if we don't want to reverse itc.


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Sourav

Sourav (Student)     19 July 2021

Yes ITC should be reversed
SUMIT BADYAL

SUMIT BADYAL   19 July 2021

But if we use itc and pay gst liability.... and we issue the credit note without gst, we don't decrease our gst liability, is this possible.
Pankaj Rawat

Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner)     19 July 2021

First of All the ITC need to be Reversed.

In term of Section 34 of CGST Act in GST the Supplier can issue credit or Debit note, yes for accounting purposes you can issue credit note .

Note : The damage goods can be returned on delivery challan.
CA. Abhilash Krishnan P

CA. Abhilash Krishnan P (Chartered Accountant)     19 July 2021

If your customer is willing to pay gst for damaged goods it can be done..but normally customers would require full credit note for damaged goods..so itc should be reversed if its a full credit note...and as per provisions itc of damaged goods are blocked
CA Rashmi Gandhi

CA Rashmi Gandhi (Chartered Accountant)     20 July 2021

Raise Credit Note and reverse the ITC.
Imthias ahamed Kormath

Imthias ahamed Kormath   20 July 2021

The damaged goods may return by the supplier,with his own invoice on the basic, that his recipients reject the above supply,for this purpose supplier generate another eway bill with delivery note.
If any advance paid by the recipients, the itc may b reversed.
SUMIT BADYAL

SUMIT BADYAL   20 July 2021

If we added gst amount in the sale amount not show gst amount separate in credit note then. ...
CA. Abhilash Krishnan P

CA. Abhilash Krishnan P (Chartered Accountant)     20 July 2021

You mean credit note inclusive of gst?
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SUMIT BADYAL

SUMIT BADYAL   20 July 2021

Yes yes
CA Akshay Hiregange

CA Akshay Hiregange (Partner - Audit & Assistance)     20 July 2021

Hi Sumit

Full value Credit note with GST is to be disclosed as reduction of GST liability and not as ITC claim. 

If Original invoice and tax was paid in previous month and credit note with GST raised in subsequent month, it can be setted off with subsequent month liability. 

The recipient would not be able to use damaged goods in his business and would not accept the tax invoice as he will not be able to take credit of the same. 

Pankaj Rawat

Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner)     21 July 2021

Yes agree with CA Akshay Ji
& in Addition to his reply, in term of section 33 , in GST it's mandatory to show tax on supply, cannot issue Including tax.
CA Rashmi Gandhi

CA Rashmi Gandhi (Chartered Accountant)     21 July 2021

You have to raise Credit Note with GST, if you will raise without GST then you have to pay tax for those goods which are not usable in business.

Raising credit note with GST will reduce your tax liability, so charge GST on credit note also.
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