Is there any provision by which a company can pay the GST of a person who is working in that company and raising invoice to the company for billing to the company, but do not have GST registration?
JGM (Knowledge Sharer) 08 September 2021
In case of employer-employee relationship, GSY is not applicable
b (na) 08 September 2021
The query was asked for a person who is not an employee but providing service to that company. Please reply accordingly.
JGM (Knowledge Sharer) 09 September 2021
Your subject gives an impression that the query is with respect to employer-employee relationship. To determine the applicability of GST, one needs to know the turnover of the service provider, is he providing service to only this company etc.
Rama chary Rachakonda (Master in Accounts & Lawyer email ID:email@example.com voice no:9989324294) 09 September 2021
These activities are listed in the Schedule I of the CGST Act. These transactions are mostly between parties which are related or between an agent and a principal. The parties pay GST and can later claim it as input tax credit.
b (na) 09 September 2021
Is not it possible for the GST registered organization to pay the GST of that unregistered person directly to the GST department of government for the payment the organization is paying to that unregistered person who is providing service?
Thank you for the replies.
The turnover may exceed 20L. Hence GST needs to be paid to government.
Thank you for the reply.