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Gst sale bill missing for the month of April 2019(FY 2019-20)


PALASH RAKSHIT (PRACTICE)     01 December 2019

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One GST Sale bill ( B2B within State ) of Rs 199,000/- was totally missing ( both GSTR 3B & GSTR 1 ) for the month of April 2019 ( FY 2019-2020 ) , but Now i want to consider that GST missing sale bill for the month of November 2019 ( both GSTR 3B & GSTR 1 ) .

1) May i consider that missing GST sale bill for the month of NOV 2019 or NOT ? What should i do ?

2) Should i face any difficulty in future ?

 

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prasad Nilugal (Accountant GST Practitioner . )     01 December 2019

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Are you having valid  Invoice copy  with you now ?.

As  per  section 39(9) of  the  CGST act 2017  any  rectification  for the  F.Y 2019-20  is  allowed  up to  September 2019  return  or annual return  whichever is earlier  . 

However if  GSTN  portal  allowed  to  rectify  mistake ( just check on portal   )  you can  add  in the November month , also  you have pay  interest  on that , before  that  you can  consult  with  you  Assessing officer ,  Dept of GST , in  your  Jurisdiction    . 

 

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PALASH RAKSHIT (PRACTICE)     01 December 2019

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Please tell How to rectify mistakes  stepwise  at Gst portal ?  

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PALASH RAKSHIT (PRACTICE)     01 December 2019

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I mean to say how to check and how to rectify ?  

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Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner)     02 December 2019

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1. yes can report that missing bill in your current GSTR 3B by its date of Issue .

2. Need to deposit interest @ 18% 

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Pankaj Rawat (GST Practitioner)     02 December 2019

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*current GSTR1 & GSTR3B

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RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!")     02 December 2019

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Originally posted by : PALASH RAKSHIT
One GST Sale bill ( B2B within State ) of Rs 199,000/- was totally missing ( both GSTR 3B & GSTR 1 ) for the month of April 2019 ( FY 2019-2020 ) , but Now i want to consider that GST missing sale bill for the month of November 2019 ( both GSTR 3B & GSTR 1 ) .

1) May i consider that missing GST sale bill for the month of NOV 2019 or NOT ? What should i do ?

2) Should i face any difficulty in future ?

 

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1) May i consider that missing GST sale bill for the month of NOV 2019 or NOT ? 

- Yes.. You can consider the missed bill in GSTR-1 & GSTR-3B

What should i do ?

- Show the bill in Nov-19 GSTR-1 without changing Bill Date and Invoice Number.

-  Add the Values in GSTR-3B nov-19 & Pay interest @ 18%

2) Should i face any difficulty in future ?

- no... no more problems in future. Mistakes & mismatches can rectify on or before Sep-20 GST Returns for the FY2019-20
 

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PALASH RAKSHIT (PRACTICE)     02 December 2019

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Thanks a lot to all of you for your valuable reply. 

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RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!")     03 December 2019

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You are most welcome... ..

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PALASH RAKSHIT (PRACTICE)     06 December 2019

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          One more question ?

          1)  If gross turnover in a year of a trading concern is less than of rs 1 crore then GSTR 9/9A/9C is mandatory or not for FY 17-18, 18-19, 19-20 ?

          2) If i choose Qtrly return for GSTR 1 of a concern , then should i file GSTR 1 on January 2020 for this current quater Oct to Dec 2019 ?


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